The Winthrop Public Schools are happy to be a part of the celebration. Students at the grade school, middle school and high school have been reading A Handful of Stars by Cynthia Lord which is Winthrop's Community Read. There are several events that have been planned around this book to help Bailey celebrate its 100th birthday. To get more information on how you, too, can get involved, please click the link HERE. Happy birthday, Bailey Public Library from all of your friends at Winthrop Public Schools!
IMPORTANT HEALTH NOTICE...
To learn more about Pertussis/Whooping Cough from Nurse Rachael, please click on the image to the left and to view the fact sheet from the State of Maine, please click the image below.
Thanks to our Winthrop PTA for Teacher Appreciation Lunch
During Teacher Appreciation Week, our PTA members prepared delicious meals for all faculty and staff at the Winthrop Grade School, Winthrop Middle School, and Winthrop High School. We were treated to some amazing dishes, some sweet desserts, and even some door prizes. The time and thought that went into this delicious luncheon are so appreciated. We are so happy to be Ramblers-- and our PTA gives us, yet, one more reason to say: "We are proud to be Ramblers. Yes, we are."
School Budget 2017
To view the Fiscal Year 2017 School Budget information, please go to the
budget information page by clicking the image to the left. Thank you for
supporting the Winthrop Public Schools.
WMS End of the School Year Celebration--Academic and Award Recognition Event will be on Wednesday, June 15, at 6:30pm.
Words of Wisdom... If you would like to contribute to the "Words of Wisdom" booklet which will be given to seniors the day before graduation, please write your advice to the graduating class and send to Meg Antonucci on or before June 3, 2016. You can send your attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207.377.6848.
2017 Day of Caring... Winthrop students in grades 8 through 12
spent the day on Tuesday, May 10, working in our community and helping our neighbors. We thank all of our generous sponsors for a great day!
Congratulations WHS Top Ten Graduating Seniors Class of 2016
Left to right: Julie McConnell, Alison Berube, Jess Tozer, Kennedy Connor, Tyler Nussinow (Valedictorian),
Emma Conrad (Salutatorian), Jada Choate, Olivia Audet, Celeste Hannum, and Dustin Tripp
Winthrop Public Schools' Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model
Winthrop Outscores the Competition in a
Big Way on the 2015 SBAC Test
Note: because of the high opt-out rate for this test and the limited number of people achieving by category, the state will not post public figures for these tests.
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.
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.
Superintendent Gary Rosenthal
17A Highland Avenue
Winthrop, Maine 04364
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