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New budget information for the 2016 Fiscal Year has been reviewed and is now available.  It can be found in the "Resources" tab. To access, click the image to the leftThank you for supporting our schools.


Winthrop Students Earn Awards at Spring Special Olympics... Last month, students from Winthrop attended Special Olympics where they earned accolades and a lot of cheering and support from their adoring fans.  To see some of the images from those events, please click HERE.  
"Are we proud to be Ramblers? YES, we are!"


Winthrop High School's graduation ceremony 
will be held on Sunday, June 7th at 2pm at the WHS gymnasium.

Winthrop Student Artists present and perform in May

Congratulations to all the students who showed their artwork at the Annual Art Show. The exhibits were creative, interesting and truly beautiful.

The band performed for parents, staff and community members at the high school on May 12th. The district's chorus students will perform on May 28th at 6:30pm at the WHS PAC, and the band will play again to honor the WHS Class of 2015 at graduation on Sunday, June 7.

Thank you for supporting and enjoying the arts in Winthrop.


Day of Caring at Winthrop Schools..."Many hands really DO make light work..."
WHS students were ready to get to work. Owen, Kayleigh, Michael and Jack scraped and painted a fence at the Winthrop cemetery at the corner of Metcalf and Bearce Roads. 
Thanks to Mrs. Boyce, Mrs. Doucette, and WHS student council members who arrived at school at 5:30am on Monday to get equipment to the assigned job sites so that students would be able to complete their work for Day of Caring.  


Full Supplemental Program Guide for Winthrop Summer Recreation
To learn more about the summer meal program and the NEW S.T.E.M. day camp for science, technology and math, please click the above image.  Or visit Winthrop YMCA for more information on registering for some exciting, summer opportunities!

Winthrop Public Schools' Strategic Plan 


On December 3, 2014, the Winthrop Board of Education approved the final draft of the 2014-2017 Strategic Plan. On January 5, 2015, the Plan was presented to the Winthrop Town Council for their review. A copy of The Plan follows and will be used as a framework for the development of our upcoming FY16 budget.

 

Strategic Plan – Parts I and II

                                                          Strategic Plan – Appendices A-D


Mission Statement:

The Winthrop Public School Communities’ mission is to create a solid foundation for students that allows them the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary to achieve success in a global world.




Winthrop Schools' Newsletter

Attached below is the new version of our WPS Newsletter which we will also send by BLI e-mail to all staff members and families in our district. In addition, we will distribute hard copies to local businesses in the Winthrop community.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8Fdpv4sTWoVUVRQTWpwbkhpMjIwWS1VUmh3SncwSFdQbFJj/view?usp=sharing

Click on the image to view the newsletter.

District Calendar of Events


DOE Dispatches


 
 
 
 
 
Employee Intranet (login required) 

Superintendent Gary Rosenthal
17A Highland Ave
Winthrop, Maine 04364
207-377-2296 


Newsweek's 2014 Top HS List
It is with a great deal of pleasure and excitement that I am able to announce that Winthrop High School has been named by Newsweek Magazine as one of America's Top High Schools for 2014. 

This is a terrific honor for Principal Morin, his staff, as well as for the staff members of the Grade School and Middle School, all of whom had a strong hand in the preparation process of the students at our high school. 

This is the second recognition for the high school, having been named one of America's Best High 
                                                       Schools in 2012 by US News and World Report.  
                                                 --Mr. Gary Rosenthal, Winthrop Schools Superintendent

Crosby, Craig. "Winthrop High School Wins Praise". Kennebec Journal 21 Sept. 2014: 1.






                              
" . . . the two towns in AOS97...Winthrop and Fayette . . . had the highest-performing schools in central Maine . . . "
 
- Kennebec Journal, May 2, 2013