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Mike Canales Receives “Service Above Self” Award

WSSA Interact Sponsor and Rotarian, Mike Canales, was presented with the “Service Above Self” Award on Saturday, May 6th. The Rotary International (RI) Service Above Self Award is given to individual Rotarians who have rendered exemplary humanitarian Rotary service that embodies Rotary’s motto of Service Above Self. The award recognizes outstanding efforts in the promotion of RI objectives in any avenue of service and is Rotary’s highest honor for a Rotarian. The award is internationally competitive and is granted to no more than 150 Rotarians worldwide, and no more than one from each district, each year. The award is based on continuous service. Mr. Canales was nominated by the Rotary District 5840 District Governor, Judy...

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King Antonio Visits Winston

On April 26th, King Antonio and his Cavaliers visited Winston. Our students welcomed the king with a parade of floats, mariachi music, and a special Fiesta song. While here, King Antonio honored two outstanding students (Jacqueline S.and Mason G.), an outstanding teacher (Ms. Bos), and a student who performed a special act of kindness (Angelika B.). This year, the Texas Cavaliers honored us by making Winston their River Parade Charitable Honoree. To-date, they have donated $288,000 to the school to support our on-going Capital Campaign. Thank you, King Antonio, and Viva...

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Winston students helped support “Kitchen on the Street”!

Penny Wars   Between March 27 – March 31, Winston students raised over $2,100 to support Kitchen on the Street! The funds raised will help feed hungry children in our community.     To raise the funds, Winston students participated in “Penny Wars” for the second year in a row. For one full week, students in every core and advisory filled a “class jar” with pennies and all other coins, with the goal of raising the highest amount of money in coins. However, students from other cores and advisories could “sabotage” their competition by putting dollar bills in other class jars. In the end, the winning class was determined by having the highest value of coins MINUS the value of the bills in their jar.   This exciting project raises funds for a worthy cause, while helping students, especially those in lower school, improve their math skills.   Thank you to all who participated!     Results: Upper School Winning Class: Mrs. Hill’s Advisory Middle School Winning Class: Mrs. Lane’s Advisory Lower School Winning Class: Ms. Jaramillo’s Core   Congratulations to Ms. Jaramillo’s Core for being the overall school...

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One-act play, Will & Whimsy

Congratulations to all students, faculty, and parents involved in Winston’s one-act play! From April 5 – April 8, Winston students attended the ISAS Arts Festival in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where they showcased their artwork and performed their one-act play, Will & Whimsy. Winston students received commendations from the judges for their talent, creative vision, use of medium and space, and their performance technique and adaptability.     Students from across the country participated in the festival, and all mediums were showcased and celebrated–from graphic arts to musical talents, and everything in between. Winston is proud to have been represented by a group of talented, dedicated students, and we look forward to seeing each of them continue down their creative paths! Will & Whimsy will be performed in the Winston Gymnasium on Thursday, April 13th at 6...

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Beta Club and National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

On Thursday, January 12th, Winston students, parents, faculty, and administration celebrated the achievements of our students at our National Jr. Beta Club, National Beta Club, and National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. 12 Middle School students were inducted into the National Jr. Beta Club, 8 Upper School students were inducted into National Beta Club, and 4 Upper School students were inducted into the National Honor Society.     Congratulations to our students on their many accomplishments!...

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Winston Eagles football team is going to the State Playoffs!

The Winston Eagles football team is going to the State Playoffs for only the second time in the school’s history! The Eagles finished the regular season with a 67-22 victory over Atonement. This win gave the Eagles the best regular season record in school history with a mark of 8-2. Now the fun begins: The Eagles have earned the number one seed in the playoffs and will next play on November 19th at 10am at Wheatley Heights in San Antonio. A victory on the 19th will vault the Mighty Eagles into their first-ever state championship game, set for November 26th at Houston Baptist University. Contact WSSA for ticket information. Go Eagles!...

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