March 30, 2018

Three past Windham High Graduates make Dean’s Lists


Jeremy Bennett, a 2017 Windham High School graduate, was named to the dean's list at Bates College for the fall semester ending in December 2017. This is a distinction earned by students whose cumulative grade point average is 3.71 or higher.


 Jeremy’s sister, Eliza Bennett who is a 2016 Windham High graduate, also made the dean’s list. She attends the University of Maine Orono and is studying New Media. The proud parents of both Jeremy and Eliza are Nathaniel and Nini Bennett.

Ceili Spaulding, a 2015 graduate of Windham High School, is currently a Junior studying Songwriting at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. The proud parents are David and Lisa Spaulding.

Look at what's happening around town


Windham Middle School's (WMS) Odyssey of the Mind team placed first in the Discovery Region Odyssey of the Mind Tournament on Sunday, March 17.
The WMS team chose a challenging, non-verbal long-term problem called, "Emoji: Speak for Yourself", which they will reprise in the Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament on Saturday, April 7. Wish them luck!

Left to right: Alexandra Fuller, Corynn Logan, Liam Yates, Greta Paulding, Tori Leavitt, Fiona Knott
Not pictured: Coaches Dan Knott and Jon Paulding.


Five members from the string section of the Portland Symphony Orchestra played 3 Kinderkonzerts for the Windham Primary and Raymond Elementary School students on Tuesday, March 27th in the Windham Performing Arts Center.
Concerts were funded by the Windham PTA and the Windham Primary School Cultural Arts Committee.


Field-Allen Post 148 Veterans Coffee celebrate their second anniversary gathering. for 204 consecutive weeks the Vet Coffee Social has been providing an opportunity for local veterans to gather and socialize over coffee and donuts at the Windham Veterans Center (WVC). Around the table left to right, Post Service Officer, Chuck Whynot, founder of the Vet Coffee; Richard Drapeau, the newest Post Member; and Carroll McDonald, the oldest Post vet in attendance (WWII).  In the background some of the 30 plus vets who stopped by to celebrate the 2nd Anniversary of the Coffee. All vets are invited to drop in any Wednesday at the WVC from 9 to 11 am for Coffee and donuts.