The Winters High School Glacier staff will host their annual Glacier Ceremony on Monday, February 18, 2019. The morning ceremony will begin at 9:00 AM in the WHS Auditorium. The evening ceremony and coronation will start at 6PM, also in the auditorium. The Glacier candidates will be presented to the school in the morning ceremony, class favorites will be recognized, and the Glacier Dedication will be announced. The evening ceremony will include the presentation of the candidates and class favorites, plus the recognition of senior class honors and the crowning of the Glacier King and Queen. Student talent will be presented throughout the morning and evening ceremony. The community is encouraged to attend this Winters High School tradition. Admission is free. The 2018-2019 Glacier annual will be on sale at a special pre-sale price that night and throughout the month of February. Past annuals will also be available at a discounted price.
Dear Parent/Guardian of an 8th Grader, Congratulations! Your student is in the 8th grade and, upon successful completion of this school year, will move on to high school! To prepare for that event, all 8th graders must develop a Four Year Plan for their high school career with an emphasis on their post-secondary goals. Please attend one of the following meetings with your student to complete your student’s Four Year Plan and to ask any questions you might have about high school. We have divided the 8th grade into four groups to allow each student/parent pair more individual attention. If you cannot attend on your “assigned” night, please let me know and attend when you can.
You are invited to an Educational Summit to help shape the future of Winters ISD. We will discuss the state of the district, the state of education in America, and invite you to provide your input about learning in Winters ISD.
On Friday, January 18th, Baylor Barbee is a bestselling author, award-winning speaker, triathlete and a former football player for Baylor University. This was a great event celebrating perfect attendance and A – AB Honor Roll for the 3rd six weeks. Drawing for door prizes gave 2 students a great gift for their attendance and grades.
Winters High School and Winters Junior High took 14 students to the TCEA Area Robotics Contest in San Angelo on Saturday January 19, 2019.
Jenessa Wade is a finalist in the Take Care of Texas Video Contest! Video entries were submitted across Texas and Jenessa’s video was selected as one of the top six for high school submissions. JENESSA NEEDS YOUR VOTE! We need as much participation as possible! The top three videos receiving the most votes will go on to the final round of judging. During the final round, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality commissioners and executive staff, as well as representatives from Waste Management Texas, Inc., will award 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each category. Winners will be announced by February 28th. THE WINNERS RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS! See the forwarded message below: Click the red “Vote Now” box (in the message below). The Take Care of Texas Video Contest Web page will come up – scroll down to find the video thumbnail with Jenessa’s name on it. PLEASE VOTE FOR HER VIDEO!