Winter sport season will be opening up next week on Friday December 9th! Check the calendar on our athletic website for the schedule of weekly events. For our Boys and Girls basketball games there will be a charge of $4 for adults. Students and senior citizens are free. Entrance to the basketball games will be in the front circle by the flagpole. Parking in the teacher lot.
1 day ago, Beth Murphy
GIVING THANKS TO OUR STUDENTS AND STAFF... On Tuesday, the WRVC Culinary Arts program hosted and prepared a Harvest Extravaganza Meal for all Tech I and Tech II students and staff to enjoy! The feast was absolutely SCRUMPTIOUS!! We are all deeply grateful to Chef Ogden and his students for this incredibly thoughtful and delicious act of kindness. Please check out the pictures attached! Happy Thanksgiving!
10 days ago, Gloria Noyes
Chef/Culinary Arts Serving Harvest Meal to WRVC Students
WRVC Harvest Extravaganza Meal in the Dining Room
Reminder... There is no school in Westbrook on Wednesday, November 23, Thursday, November 24, and Friday, November 25. Happy Thanksgiving!
13 days ago, Dr. Peter Lancia
Thanksgiving
Congratulations, Westbrook Middle School Art students, on completing a beautiful community artwork for your school. Each grade contributed to this collaborative collage mural through an individual Zentangle art assignment in Ms. Goan and Ms. Jacob's art classrooms. Students and staff worked hard to create this meaningful and positive message for all to enjoy!
15 days ago, Rachel Somerville
A mural of two hands holding a WMS heart icon.
Join us for Mad Science at the WPAC! Exciting night for our students! Show starts at 6:00!!!!
16 days ago, Dr. Kim O'Donnell
science at home
See you at the Mad Science Holiday Spectacular this evening at 6pm at WPAC!
16 days ago, Dr. Peter Lancia
Mad Science Flyer
Just received official word from Maine Department of Education that the reports of school violence this morning are believed to a hoax.
19 days ago, Dr. Peter Lancia
From Maine DOE
Good morning, We are aware of several regional threats to area schools. I was in communication with the Westbrook Police Department and area schools immediately. There were no reports or threats to any of the schools in Westbrook.  As a precaution, Westbrook Police provided additional officers at all of our schools and staff ensured that all exterior doors were locked and attended. If information changes or a different response is necessary, we will be in touch. Take care, and be strong! Peter Lancia, Superintendent of Schools
19 days ago, Dr. Peter Lancia
WRVC AUTO TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM VISITS MERCEDES-BENZ of SCARBOROUGH... The WRVC Automotive Technology students visited Mercedes-Benz of Scarborough to learn about career opportunities, see the amazing facility/shop, and learn about the newest vehicles Mercedes has created. The students and staff were spoiled with swag bags filled with a variety of great Mercedes-Benz accessories and each student received an awesome hat! THANK YOU for your ongoing support of our Automotive Technology students, Mercedes Benz of Scarborough!
19 days ago, Gloria Noyes
Mercedes-Benz of Scarborough Welcome Sign to WRVC Auto Tech Program
WRVC Auto Tech Crew at Mercedes-Benz Scarboro
Happy Veterans' Day!
23 days ago, Dr. Peter Lancia
Veterans Day
It was an awesome day at Congin School yesterday with the first Fall Fun Fest Field Day! Thanks to everyone who helped may it possible. Our students had the best time!
24 days ago, Dr. Peter Lancia
Students
CONGRATULATIONS to the Westbrook High School Math Team A. Our students scored in 1st place out of 13 teams in the greater Portland region! Congratulations! Go Blue!
24 days ago, Dr. Peter Lancia
We Love Math
MORE AMAZING THINGS HAPPENING AT WRVC!!! Our Fire Fighting students taught our Early Childhood Education Occupations' You 'n Me nursery school students (AKA our Littles) about fire fighting gear, the fire truck, and the program's ambulance.. The Fire Fighting students also modeled how to "Stop, Drop, and Roll"! The Culinary Arts program had the pleasure of meeting with two University of Maine chefs who received a grant to educate CTE students about the benefits of using locally sourced ingredients when preparing dishes that may require dietary restrictions. The students were shown a variety of locally sourced ingredients, then received a dietary restriction such as pescatarian, dairy-free, gluten-free to then create a meal of the student's choice. The students did a spectacular job and taste-tested each other's creations. We are grateful that our students had this rich learning opportunity! Thank you to all who helped make this experience so special!
24 days ago, Gloria Noyes
Fire Fighting Students Helping the Littles in ECOE
Chef Dumas from UMaine coaches a Culinary Arts student
Culinary Arts- Local Food Options/Restricted Dietary Learning  w/UMaine Chefs
SO MANY WONDERFUL THINGS HAPPENING AT WRVC!!! Our Criminal Justice Tech I & Tech II students experienced an all encompassing guided tour of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. The students learned about criminal justice history, day-to-day operations, and experienced hands-on learning activities. A huge thank you to the Criminal Justice Academy, Officer Kopp, and Mrs. O'Toole for providing this exceptional learning experience! :)
25 days ago, Gloria Noyes
Criminal Justice Field Trip to the Maine Criminal Justice Academy
Join us tonight at the Westbrook Performing Arts Center for the High School Band & Chorus concert. This promises to be a fantastic show! The concert begins at 7:00pm.
26 days ago, Dr. Kim O'Donnell
Music Note
Reminder... Thursday, November 10 is a half day of school for students. Dismissal times are as follows: WMS: 10:15am; WHS: 10:25am; Canal, Congin, Saccarappa: 11:30am. We look for ward to seeing everyone at Family School Conferences!
27 days ago, Dr. Peter Lancia
Welcome
CONGRATULATIONS to the WHS Blue Blazes Marching Band and Color Guard - a Gold Medal in the State Finals and Second Place in New England! BRAVO!
about 1 month ago, Dr. Peter Lancia
Band
From our Director of Bands: "We are proud to announce results of the championship performances of the year for the 60 students of the Marching Band and Color Guard! Saturday evening in the Maine Finals Westbrook earned a Gold Medal with a score of 4.93 (out of 5.0 possible). On Sunday they performed at the New England Championships in Reading,MA and scores a 94.8-earning 2nd place! Thanks for the support throughout the fall - we are all a bit tired but was a nice ending to a season where they worked really hard to achieve at a high level as a team. We are very proud of their efforts!" Kyle Smith, Director of Bands
about 1 month ago, Sue Proulx, k-12 Director of Music
On behalf of the Marching Band and Color Guard, I want to thank all of who came out to see the Championship Preview last night on Olmstead Field.    Over this season, the show has evolved to a point of complete symbiosis. The synchrony, the musicianship and dance, the accuracy, and the "flow" and the elegance of movement make it difficult for the audience to see where the various elements of Marching Band and Color Guard begin or end.  The drill delivers moments throughout that are truly breathtaking. What an exceptional and hardworking group of performers!!! If you want to witness this work at the Championship level, please come out to Waterhouse Field in Biddeford for the FINALS tomorrow, Saturday,at 5:45 pm (arrive early to find parking and to find a place in the stands).  They will take the show one last time to Reading MA on Sunday for the New England finals!!   If you see Kyle Smith, Joey Hendricks, or any of the Marching Band/Color Guard Students in school today, please give them a well-deserved high 5!!  Sincerely, Sue Proulx
about 1 month ago, Sue Proulx, k-12 Director of Music
Shaelie performs on Mellophone while Madie executes a leap in the background.
Part of the final scene:  OASIS
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about 1 month ago, Dr. Kim O'Donnell