The Winston School San Antonio is proud to announce that we are working on raising funds for a new building, we are very close to achieving our fundraising goal but we still need your help.
This new multi-purpose facility will be comprised of a Dining & Assembly Hall, black box theater, music studios, several art studios, an expanded media lab, and many other features.
If you would like more information on Winston's campus expansion, please contact Cassandra Nicole Wright at (210) 615-7485 or email@example.com
The Winston School Interact Club was recognized at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Annual Meeting on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, for their many years of support to the JDRF Walk.
Header Picture: Bob McCullough, JDRF Board Chair, Mike Canales, and Kristina Cardenas, JDRF Development Manager.
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 performed in the Winston Gymnasium on Thursday, April 13th.
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!
- 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 winner!