Sunday, October 19, 2014

Making a Difference

What a great week for Winthrop High School!

- Members of our Student Council continue to impress us with their efforts in organizing our annual food drive for Make a Difference Day, October 24th. Our students were able to listen to members of our student body and faculty this week in their involvement in volunteerism. Mr. Stoneton has organized a food drive at the last three home Football games and we are well on our way of collecting our goal of 2,000 pounds of food to donate to the Winthrop Food Pantry. We appreciate the help of our community in supporting our efforts to give back to the local community.

-As we continue our transition to Proficiency Based Education at Winthrop High School, members of Gray/New Gloucester High School and their Board of Education were able to meet with us this past week. Much of our discussion focused on elements that we were proud of as a school and district. As we continue our venture, I will be holding quarterly meetings with our parents and the community with additional updates surrounding our transition. Please stay tuned….

-As we wrap up our fall seasons in athletics, we recognize how important it is to thank and honor our athletes and their coaches for all of the hard work that they dedicate to their respective sports. We appreciate your efforts and know that as our Ramblers step on any playing surface they not only represent Winthrop, but also are ambassadors of our fantastic High School. We are fortunate to have parents and community members that continue to support us in our endeavors and thank you! Best of luck to our lady Ramblers in participating in the Field Hockey Championships this Tuesday, October 21st. Congratulations to the members of our golf team and Coach Steeves on winning the State Class C title!

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