The next senior in the spotlight is Reed Plummer. He is the son of Trina Farley & Mitchell Knight and William Plummer. Reed has a love for technology. When not playing video games, he spends his time trying to "hack stuff" and his favorite class has been 3D printing. With this in mind, it is no surprise that Reed's plans are to attend the University of Maine at Presque Isle in the fall concentrating in cyber security. Reed leaves WDHS with this quote from Steve Carell, "In the words of John Lennon, 'You may say I'm a dreamer,' but I'm not." WDHS is proud of you Reed! #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Cameo McHenan is our next senior in the spotlight. She is the daughter of Alanna and Donald Rideout. Cameo was a past member of the woodworking club and has been an active member of the school's Civil Rights team. When not hanging out with Liddia and listening to music, Cameo enjoys working on diamond art projects. She attended the CNA program through the Caribou Regional Career and Tech. School where she obtained her CNA certification. She plans to put that certification to use as soon as possible. Cameo leaves WDHS with this quote, "The saddest thing in life is wasted talent." WDHS is proud of you Cameo, and wishes you a bright future! #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Band Concert Tonight!
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Our spotlight shines on Dawson McCoy. He is the son of Chris and Kendra McCoy. Dawson has been a long time member of the Woodworking Club. He has been a part of many projects the club has done at the town library and around the school grounds. Dawson's favorite hobby is fishing. He is most proud of joining the Washburn Fire Department and serving his community. Dawson leaves WDHS with this quote, "Even though there are days, I wish I could change some things that happened in the past, there's a reason the rear view mirror is so small and the windshield is so big. Where you're headed is much more important that what you've left behind." Congratulations Dawson! WDHS wishes you all the best!
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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The spotlight now shines on Jacob Maynard. He is the son of Jennie Bouchard. Jacob has been a member of the Varsity club as well as the XC, Soccer and Track teams. His favorite memory during high school is scoring his first goal during the soccer season of his sophomore year. Jacob will be attending the University of Maine at Presque Isle in the fall. He hopes to one day become a wildfire rehabilitator. Jacob leaves WDHS with this quote from C.S. Lewis, "You can't go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending." WDHS is proud of you Jacob! Best wishes for you future. #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Our next spotlight shines on Chauntelle Kelley. She is the daughter of Travis and Lacie Kelley. During her freshman year, Chauntelle was a member of the softball team. She enjoys hanging out with her friends when she's not enjoying her favorite hobby, sleeping. Chauntelle's favorite subject is Science. In the future, Chauntelle, would like to become a Social Worker for DHS. She's leaves WDHS with this quote, "Be who you want to be, not what others choose to see." WDHS wishes you a bright future Chauntelle!
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Emma Johnston is the next senior in the spotlight. She is the daughter of Amanda Umphrey and Joshua Johnston. Emma has been on the XC teams as well as Soccer, Basketball, and Softball teams. She is a member of the Varsity Club as well as the NHS. Emma has received many awards including All-Aroostook in basketball, but her proudest moment is making honor roll ever year of high school. This year, Emma took the nursing program at the Caribou Regional Career and Technical Center, where she has obtained her CNA certification. She intends to continue on this path at the University of Maine at Presque Isle majoring in nursing. Emma leaves WDHS with this quote from Winnie the Pooh, "Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart." Congratulations Emma! WDHS wishes you all the best
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Joshua Jackson is the next senior in the spotlight. He is the son of Brandi Saucier and Peter Saucier. Josh has been a member of the basketball and soccer teams at WDHS along with the baseball team. His favorite subject in school has been History. Josh, enjoys the outdoors, so it's no surprise his favorite hobby is camping. Upon graduation, Josh plans to move to Pennsylvania and attend school to obtain is commercial driver's license. He leaves WDHS with this quote, "You only live once, so do what makes you happy and live a little." WDHS wishes you a bright and happy future Josh! #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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This senior spotlight is on Charlie Hobbs. She is the daughter of Craig and Crystal Hobbs. Charlie is the Valedictorian of the Class of 2021. She is a member of the Varsity Club, Soccer, and Softball teams as well as a manager for the XC, Basketball, and Track teams. She is also a member of the NHS and has been involved in student government. Looking through her high school career, Charlie is most proud of her accomplishment of completing 41 college credits before graduation. Where she had time to fit in sports or her favorite hobby of traveling is a mystery. Charlie will be attending the University of Maine at Presque Isle for Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. She leaves WDHS with this quote from former President Donald Trump, "Treat the word impossible as nothing more than motivation." From everyone at WDHS, congratulations! We wish you all the best! #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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8th grade parents, more details to follow soon!
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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The senior spotlight shines on Ashton Henry. He is the son of Amy & Lucas LaCombe and Joshua Henry. Ashton has been a very active member on the school's Civil Rights Team serving as President and during his senior year was elected President of the senior class. He has also been a part of the Gifted and Talented program. Ashton enjoys helping others. He has been a volunteer and huge help to the after school program at the Elementary School. Ashton enjoys music, he has spent his high school career participating in chorus and band. He could be seen at all of the basketball games rocking out on the drums. Before leaving WDHS to attend the University of Maine at Presque Isle, Ashton leaves us with this quote from Ms. Jones, "Dude, relax and you won't die." Good Luck Ashton! WDHS is proud of you. #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Shawn Helton is our next senior in the spotlight. He is the son of Brenda and Mike McCoy. Shawn has been a member of the soccer, XC, and basketball teams during is time at WDHS. He has also been an active member of the Civil Rights Team. He enjoys playing sports, but his favorite hobbies are gaming, paintball and target practice. Directly after graduation, Shawn will be leaving for Basic Training to serve his country in the United States Marine Corps. He leaves WDHS with this quote, "Have confidence in yourself and you will succeed." WDHS wishes you all the success as you head out to basic, Shawn! #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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We now shine the spotlight on Mya Haines. She is the daughter of April and David Belanger. Mya has been an active member in the school's Civil Rights Club. During her junior year, Mya attended the nursing program at the Caribou Regional Career and Tech. Center where she obtained her CNA certificate. She has hopes of one day becoming an OBGYN. Mya leaves WDHS with this quote, "Live life to your fullest." Congratulations Mya, WDHS wishes you all the best! #seniorspotlight #classof2021 #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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The next senior in the spotlight is Russell Farley III. He is the son of Russell Jr and Freda Farley. During his high school career, Russell has been a part of the Woodworking Club, Varsity Club, Soccer, and Baseball teams. Russell is often the first student at school in the morning, equipped with a "good morning" and a friendly smile and wave. Directly after graduation, Russell will be heading off to Basic Training to serve his country in the United States Marine Corps. The Marine motto Semper Fidelis means "always faithful" or "always loyal." Russell's hard work and dedication already embody this core value. WDHS is proud of you Russell and wish you well on your journey to becoming a Marine. #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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This senior spotlight shines on Kyli Farley. She is the daughter of Mike and Angela Farley. Kyli is a member of the Varsity Club, and NHS. It is no surprise that playing sports is Kyli's favorite hobby. During her four years she has been a member of the Soccer, Basketball, Softball, XC and Track n' Field teams. Playing sports has not been her defining moment, Kyli is most proud of her academic accomplishment of being inducted into the National Honor Society. Kyli will be attending the University of Maine at Presque Isle majoring in Accounting. She leaves WDHS with this quote from Wilson Kanadi, "To be the best, you must be able to handle the worst." WDHS wishes you a bright future, Kyli! #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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The spotlight now shines on Arianna Elliott. She is the daughter of James and Hannah Elliott. Arianna has been an active member of the school's Civil Rights Club, FFA, and a member of the Softball team. She is a gifted artist, and is involved in the Gifted and Talented Visual Arts program. In her down time here at school, Arianna can often be found in the Art room working on a new masterpiece or learning new techniques. Arianna plans to attend UMPI, however in her words, "I'm taking a gap year so I can build my house." If you know Arianna, you know she will accomplish all she put her mind to! She leave WDHS with this quote, "High school was easy. It was like riding a bike. Except the bike was on fire and the ground was on fire and everything was on fire. HELP!" Arianna, WDHS is proud of you and excited to see what the future has in store for you! #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Just a reminder, this Friday, May 21, 2021 is an early release for teacher in-service.
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Julian Echeverria is our next senior in the spotlight. Julian is the son of Trina Farley and Mitchel Knight. Julian is a member of the Baseball team, XC teams as well as Track n' Field. He is also a member of the Varsity Club and Woodworking Club. Julian has shown grit and determination through the years not only for the teams he has played on, but in the classroom and community as well. Recently he has joined the Washburn Fire Department as a Junior Firefighter and completed the EMT-Basic Course through NMCC. Julian will be attending Southern Maine Community College in the fall. He leaves WDHS with this quote, "Just Do It!" Congratulations, Julian, from all of us at WDHS
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Principal Worcester along with the staff of Washburn District High School are proud to announce Liddia Collins and Arianna Elliott as Co-Students of the Month for April. Both ladies are seniors at Washburn District High school. Liddia is the daughter of David and Dawn Collins. She is described by Ms. Jones as “…so thoughtful. Her writing in English shows how kind-hearted and family oriented she is.” Liddia is a member of Civil Rights, the National Honor Society and a member of the GT Visual Arts Program. Arianna is the daughter of James and Hannah Elliott. Ms. Jones comments “…how brilliant she is. She’ll make a great educator of young minds someday when she shares that knowledge and passion of hers.” In her free time, Arianna can often be found in the art room teaching herself new techniques. She is also a member of Civil Rights and the GT Visual Arts Program. Arianna is also a member of the school’s Softball team. Of both girls Mrs. Hemphill states, “they are pleasant young ladies who are joys to have in class.” Congratulations Liddia and Arianna and best wishes upon your graduation!
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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Our spotlight shines on Gavin Dunagan. Gavin is the son of Candice & Liam Streeter and Dwight Dunagan. Gavin is a member of the Varsity club and played on the Soccer and Baseball teams as well as XC and Track n' field. His most memorable high school moment is from the XC season where he qualified for States reaching a personal record of 19:00 minutes. Gavin's favorite hobbies are running and listening to music and his favorite subject is Chemistry. Gavin plans to attend either the University of New England for Bio Engineering or the University of California at Irvine for Neural Engineering. Gavin leaves WDHS with this quote, "There's always a better future around a dark past, sometimes you just need the right person with you, to guide the way." WDHS is excited to see what the future holds for you Gavin! #seniorspotlight #classof2021
almost 3 years ago, Crystal Hobbs
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