As part of the NEASC accreditation process, WHTV creates a documentary that looked at Winnacunnet both past and present. With four towns meeting at WHS for the first time in ninth grade, what is it that seems to bring them all close together by graduation? And what seems to drive [...]
For the past two years there has been a unique course offered to Winnacunnet High School students. Beginner and intermediate...
On St. Patrick’s Day, about 20 brave souls decided to make the greater good a higher priority than their own comfort. The...
Here are brief bios of each of the candidates as well as question and answers on the major topics. (Note: all answers...
This article was written by contributor Lillian Jones, as part of Freshman Seminar. Students interview someone in the WHS community and write a feature based on that interview. Cindy Fagan is a well known faculty member in the business department here at Winnacunnet High School. Not only does she teach, she is [...]Read more ›
Imagine this. You are looking at the computer screen in awe, eyes sore, and fingers heavy, you continue to blog about your personal life on Facebook from the comfort of your home. Suddenly the screen stalls, your account is locked, and everything is frozen. You’ve been suspected of cyber bullying [...]Read more ›
The IT department has seen many changes in the last few months. Almost everything students and teachers do at Winnacunnet is controlled and monitored by the IT department. From phones, to the Internet, and printers and T.V., the guys at IT make sure that it’s all working. About a month [...]Read more ›
One of the courses offered here at Winnacunnet is Child Growth and Development. While students learn about many aspects of caring for a young child, no classroom experience can prepare you for the reality of a full time baby. Frank Duran and Faith Matejik test the waters of parenting by [...]Read more ›
As summer is drawing closer, Bill McGowan’s first year as principal is drawing to a close. And what a first year it has been. From poor NECAP scores to the unplanned walkout, this year has been packed with many complicated events, especially for a new principal. So how was McGowan’s [...]Read more ›
Assistant Principal Kathy Newcomb became a new face to the Winnacunnet community at the beginning of the 2010-2011 school year. As she was assigned the incoming freshman class and the math department, Newcomb feels as though she got off to a smooth, successful start with her pupils and colleagues. “It [...]Read more ›