March 2017

Maguire speaking at rambler town meeting.

Maguire filled in for Kelly as the moderator of the Town Meeting. He shared that the middle school students donated 196 pounds of food during the March Madness food drive. The high school donated 693.6 pounds of food which brought in a total of 898.6 pounds of food. The dollar amount translates into $1299.69 worth of food.

Mrs. Anuszewski and Mrs. White reminded students that the yearbook sales will END on Friday, March 24th. They also introduced the idea of NEASC and the accreditation process. They will be sharing information about a survey and a drawing that will be taking place in the near future. The links to the surveys are on the website under the top toolbar on the NEASC tab. We are currently seeking parents survey results. We will be seeking student feedback on surveys before the survey ends on April 7th.

Two students were awarded student of the month awards.

Mr. Van Tassle speaking at rambler town meeting.
WHS Student Jasper Williams.

Jasper Williams was nominated by Mr. VanTassle.

Mrs. Boyce speaking at rambler town meeting.
WHS Student Antonio Meucci.

Antonio Meucci was nominated by Mrs. Boyce.

Mr. Price speaking at rambler town meeting.
WHS Students onstage.

Mr. Price shared the results from the One-Act Festival. WHS came in 3rd in Class B and several students were recognized for their performances and tech work: All Cast recipients: Connor Gay, Pearl Bechard, and Maguire Anuszewski.

Mrs. Drew shared that the NHS will be presenting Mr. Rambler Pageant this spring. They will also sponsor Relay for Life.

Miss Shaw encouraged more students to enter the WBUS logo competition. She also shared that the Robotics Club WHiRR will be competing in Lewiston this weekend at the Collisee. It is a FREE event on Friday and Saturday with AM qualifiers and PM playoffs. She would love all to stop by the pit and meet the robot.