Thursday, May 21, 2015

Bailey Public Library


Thank you, Mario!!!
Mario Meucci, a senior student at Winthrop High School, gave recognition to the efforts of those involved in the expansion of the Bailey Public Library. Mario, a student in Mr. MacArthur's furniture construction class, presented his project on Thursday, May 21st with pride. In Mario's words, "Good morning. I’d like to welcome Richard Fortin from the Bailey Public Library and the trustees to Winthrop High School. I am happy to be able to present this lectern to them. When Mr. Morin first brought this project to Mr. Mac, right away, I took the lead role in production. I thought it would be cool to make something that would mean a lot to the community and be used for many years to come. I selected birch for the main wood in this lectern because you find the same birch wood at Norcross Point. I would like to give a special thanks to Mr. MacArthur for his guidance and to Mr. Fortin and the trustees who give so much of their time to the community and have helped the Town of Winthrop build the new library addition.  In closing, I sincerely hope that everyone at the library gets as much enjoyment from using it as I did from making it."

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Capital Area Technical Center Awards

On behalf of the students and staff at Winthrop High School, I would like to congratulate the following students on their recognition this evening:

Madelyn Thomas- Inducted into the National Technical Honor Society

Scholarships awarded to:
Danielle Hutchins-CNA program
Isaac Johnson- Electrical program
Ian Carr- Capital Area Technical Center

We are very proud of you and what you have accomplished this year! You have served as ambassadors of Winthrop High School and are all well deserving of these recognitions.


Sunday, May 10, 2015

Day Of Caring 2015

Good afternoon,

According to the National Weather Service the Day of Caring is best to be held tomorrow, May 11th as compared to Tuesday, May 12th. There is a 30 to 40 percent chance of showers from 2:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. tomorrow with the potential of .18 inches of rain. On Tuesday, May 12th, there is an increased chance of thunderstorms, which is unsafe for students and staff alike to be outside. We will continue as planned for tomorrow, May 11th, as scheduled. Thank you to all of the volunteers and donors, specifically Mrs. Amanda Boyce, for all of the organizational efforts to make this a success. Many thanks as well to: Hannaford of Winthrop, Northeast Charter School Bus Services, Pepsi bottling company, DR Struck, United Way of Kennebec County, EJ Prescott, G&E Roofing, Winthrop Education Corporation, Northcenter Foods, and most of all the students (8-12) for all of their hard work.

Monday, May 4, 2015

TJ Maxx

A special thanks to Mr. Stoneton and the partnership with TJ Maxx for their continued efforts in making a difference through their funds for schools drive.


Winthrop High School was recently presented a $500.00 check from TJ Maxx to be used toward athletic equipment. Many thanks to all of those that worked so hard to make this happen....and even shopped a little.

Spring!!!

Thanks to our Horticulture class, the entrance and flower garden's surrounding the HS are getting a much needed clean-up. Thanks to Mr. Fecteau and all of his students for their hard work.