Welcome!

WMS

400 Rambler Rd

Winthrop Me 04364

207.377.2249

Winthrop Middle School is a 6-8 school and part of the Winthrop Public Schools District. The Town of Winthrop is a small town surrounded by many lakes and taken care of by an involved and supportive community. Please contact our school for information and for any questions. Our principal is Karen Criss. Our School Counselor is Lauren McHatten. Our Athletic Director is Joel Stoneton. Our Administrative Assistant is Liz Warner.

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code for WMS : 12446519

SRP (Standard Response Protocol)

What is Chronic Absenteeism? #success4ME

2018-19 Student-Parent Handbook

Code of Conduct

Proficiently Based Education

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8th Grade Slide show 2019

Wellness Day 2019

Ms. Knowlton ready for the Rock Wall

Thank you to HS students and staff on Day of Caring for helping to make the Middle School's teachers' room a welcoming place!

Special Olympics during week of the May 13th

PickleBall Final 2 teams.

R. Feeney & G. Saucier are the winners!

T. Wagner & M. Chang runners-up.

Pacer Test

Bravo to Mrs. Warner who took part in P.E. and the pacer test today!

Practicing for


the Parade!


In honor of Pi day Mrs. Criss, Mrs. Briley, Ms. Simmons and Ms. MacKenzie all allowed the 6th graders Pi them.

A big thank you to Ms. MacKenzie for getting the Pi rolling!

Winter Carnival


Dress-Up Days


2019


Sophia Blanco's 1st place piece at L.L. Bean contest

Sophia Blanco's Scholastic Art and Writing winning pieces

"Clouds at Crystal Cove"

Silver Key Scholastic Art and Writing Winner

"Challenge Accepted"

Gold Key Scholastic Art and Writing Winner

Geography Bee

This year's Geo Bee had some good competitor's. Trevor Buck was the winner but a strong showing by all!

Did you know that plastic straws can’t be easily recycled? And Americans use around 400 million plastic straws every day. As a district, we use about 3250 straws weekly, according to Teresa Maxcy, the nutrition director. Mrs. Smith’s 7th Grade Literacy class is trying to reduce this number. A lot of that plastic is going into the ocean, harming animals like this poor turtle. Skipping one straw a day can help save marine wildlife. To read more, go to the links down below.

Look Who gave Sylvia a ride!


A big thank you to Key Bank for their donation of 100 water bottles for our wellness program!! Adequate hydration helps to keep students focused and can prevent things such as headaches, fatigue and dizziness. We are so excited to have these available at the health office - just come and ask!!