The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented effect on schools around the country. Just as other schools are doing, Winston is making every effort to ensure that our students have all of the tools they need to find success, despite the fact that they are completing work from home.
Teachers are available to answer any questions parents or students have. Winston's administration is encouraging families to be proactive if they have questions about school work--our teachers are more than happy to explain any assignments--we are here to help you!
We are also providing tips that can be used at home. Please visit Winston's COVID page here for more information. You can also view tips for distance learning from Mrs. Schexnyder, College & Career Counselor, by clicking here.
These are uncertain times for all involved, and we appreciate the patience from our parents, students, and community as we navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic. From all of us at Winston, stay safe and healthy, and we can't wait to see you back on campus soon!
Despite the current situation related to the COVID-19 outbreak, construction on Winston's new facility is continuing! Every day, we see new, exciting updates to the building. Just this week, the construction crew began placing the exterior brick on the walls. Additionally, our teachers and administrators will be working in the coming weeks to make final decisions on the furniture we will need in the new rooms. It has been an amazing experience to see this facility take shape before our eyes.
In light of the current pandemic, we do not know what these next few weeks will bring in terms of the school schedule. However, our hard-working construction crew plans to continue working on the new facility to keep us on schedule for the building's doors to open over Summer 2020.
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 Ottmer 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.