Our WDHS Life Skill students have begin making Melt & Pour Soaps as a fundraiser. The proceeds earned from the soap sales will be used to support the Life Skills Program (field trips, cooking, and classroom materials).
There are currently 14 scentastic soaps to choose from!
The bars come in 2 oz or 4 oz.
2 oz bars are $1
4 oz bars are $2
Contact WDHS if you have any questions.
Wow! Time sure flies!
We hope everyone had a restful and festive winter break and look forward to seeing you all this Monday, Jan. 4th.
Do you know the Muffin Man?
The Beavers take on SAHS tonight!
Girls play at 5:30 PM
Boys play at 7:00 PM
The GT students will be raffling off two gift baskets to help fund their trip to Boston. Tickets are available for either the men’s basket or the woman’s basket at the price of $1 a ticket or 6 tickets for $5. The drawing will take place December 22nd. Tickets are available from Mrs. Molton, Macey Barker, Meagan Farley, Brianna Jernigan and in the front office!
Thank you for supporting our GT Students!
The faculty, staff, and students of MSAD 45 would like to invite our community to join us in song and music this holiday season.
DECEMBER 10th @ 6:30 PM
IN THE WDES GYM
Due to the potential storm all practices have been cancelled.
The away game has been cancelled.
The After School Program will not be in session.
Please drive safe and enjoy the snow!
The Class of 2017 would like to thank those of you that came to our stew supper. We hope you left with smiles and a full belly!
Thank you for your support!
The Washburn Varsity Club would like to thank the attendees, donators, students and staff that made the Supper Auction possible.
These events take time, coordination, and the spirit of giving. Many of you have gone above and beyond for our district and its students and their success is a direct result of that.
We thank you and appreciate your continued support!
“Making Friends with the IEP”
Presented by the Maine Parent Federation
Tuesday, November 24 at 3:00PM
David J. Lyon Washburn District Elementary School IEP meetings, IEP Teams, the IEP, timeframes, notices, and evaluations can be confusing and overwhelming. Join us as we follow the IEP process and review common terms and definitions.
Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and will receive a copy of the Maine Unified Special Education Regulations. This workshop is designed for parents, foster parents, or anyone who has, or works with, a child between the ages of 2 and 20 years old who has an IEP or 504 Plan.
This presentation will be approximately one hour.