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The end of the school year is fast approaching, and with it, a number of important events. We would like to invite the families and community to join us in celebrating the WDHS Class of 2015.

 

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Last Chapel

June 12, 2015

1 PM

WDHS Gym

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Graduation

June 12, 2015

7 PM

WDHS 

Gym

Last Updated (Monday, 08 June 2015 08:02)

 

The Washburn 21st Century Summer Program is open for WDES students entering grades 1 to 8 in the fall and is free of charge. We will run the program four days a week: Monday through Thursday, from 7:45 to 12:45 starting July 6th. Our last day will be Thursday, July 30th.

 

Students enrolled in the Program will be supervised ONLY during those hours.

 

Bus transportation will be available if needed.

 

We would also like to make our garden a big part of our summer learning. We are looking for new soil for our regular garden and also our box garden. We have started seedlings in the spring and they are ready to be planted. Please let us know if you would be able to help with this.

 

As always we greatly appreciate any help from our families: your time, materials, supplies, and money will help to provide a better program for our students.

We will focus on project based learning while students learn by playing, participating and cooperating with each other.

 

Please fill out ALL the forms and return them to school no later than June 5th, 2015.

 

Summer Program Form

 

Photo Release

Last Updated (Wednesday, 03 June 2015 08:18)

 
 The WDHS Destination Imagination Team worked hard fundraising and through some generous donations from area businesses and community members they were able to travel to Knoxville, TN where they competed against 69 teams from around the world. They had an amazing experience meeting with and experiencing other cultures, as well as sharing ideas and solutions to the challenges set forth through this program. 
 
While traveling they were able to observe glass blowing demonstrations, the process of making kettle cooked potato chips, and experienced the Luray Caverns in Virginia. They interacted with and shared this experience with 1468 teams, with more than 12,000 attendees.
 
The DI program introduces youth to science, technology, engineering and math, while performing and displaying creativity and fine arts. 
 (For a full description of the program go to idodi.org)
 
 Team members are Justin Davis, Bryce Roix, Valerie Flood, Jessica Aube, Mariah Davis, and Jillian Mandeville (whom was unable to attend).

 

 
The team wants to thank the communty, area businesses, the school and family members for making it possible to attend this event. They would also like to give a special thank you to Mr. Reed for taking the time to drive the team to and from Knoxville.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 03 June 2015 08:03)

 

 The Washburn NHS helped TAMC with their "Hospitals Against Hunger" food drive with donations brought in from each of the High School's classes.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 26 May 2015 08:07)

 
The Washburn School District would like to wish the High School Destination Imagination team good luck as they head into the Global Compitition in Knoxville, Tennessee!
 
They will be competing against all the states in our country as well as 30 other countries throughout the world. This is an amazing accomplishment and a wonderful opportunity for our students. Our students were chosen to march in with the Maine representative to represent Team Maine at the opening ceremonies! 
 
We are so proud of you! We could learn a lot from your hard work, dedication and teamwork! Keep it up! GO WASHBURN!
 
 

 

 
If you would like to help you can donate here
 
 
 
 
 

 

Last Updated (Tuesday, 12 May 2015 08:28)

 
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