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March is Music Month
Starting with Band-o-rama tonight and the Biggest/Shortest concert tomorrow, Waterville's talented musicians usher in a month's worth of outstanding music. Next week's musical installment ups the tempo with an All Choral presentation, and during the last week of March, the Jazz Night brings the month to a crescendo in the final installment. Don't miss a single performance.
Bandorama - 7:00 PM Tuesday 3/3 JUNIOR HIGH
Biggest/Shortest - 7:00 PM Wednesday 3/4 JUNIOR HIGH
All Choral - 7:00 PM Thursday 3/12 HIGH SCHOOL
Tonight --- Jazz Night - 7:00 PM Tuesday 3/24 HIGH SCHOOL
Science Olympiad 2nd in State
The Waterville Senior High School Science Olympiad Team competed in the state Science Olympiad tournament at University of Southern Maine, Gorham, . The lowest score wins, and we had a score of 76 for 23 events. This is the lowest score Waterville's team has ever had, but Waynefleet scored a 69, so we ended up in second place. Coach Ramgren, "I am very proud of the team's efforts, and how they conducted themselves throughout the competition. Thank you to all of you who work so hard to prepare our students for success. We improved our score by 5 points from last year."
Unified Basketball takes 4th!
Here is a picture of the Project Unify team! We came in 4th place at the Central Maine Basketball Tournament at the University of Maine at Orono on March 11th. Our students represented WSHS with respect, good sportsmanship, and pride. They all played to the best of their ability despite many absent team members. Fun was had by all!
Coach Tabatha King,
From left: Sage Turmelle, Gavin LaChance, Kayla Redman, Rasheed Parker, Lauren Anderson, and Nick Belanger.
Attendance Voice Mailbox
Parents/Guardians may call and leave a message about a student absences by calling the school at 873-2751 and then press 1 for attendance.
Can you help?
We have high school students in need of basic school supplies and our reserve is low. We could use things like 3-ring binders, filler paper, dividers, pens, pencils, pocket folders. etc. Even gently used binders and folders would be appreciated! Please drop off donations in the guidance office. Thank you!"
*Correction: Student Population as of 4/28/14 was 588 providing a 13:1 Student/Teacher ratio.
For the third year in a row, Waterville High School has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a medalist school (Bronze 2012, Silver 2013, & Bronze 2014). U.S. News starts by analyzing over 31,000 public high schools in the United States and reduces that down to their final list of schools with a "high enough 12th-grade enrollment and sufficient data from the 2011-2012 school year to be eligible for the rankings." We are proud of our selection again this year, as it confirms what we already know--Waterville High has great students and a dedicated faculty and staff.
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