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Spring Musical - Rock of Ages (Youth) - April 27th (7pm) & April 28th (2pm).
WHS Car Show Sponsored By Isibindi - April 27th from 10am to 2pm.
Student Council Blood Drive - April 24th from 9am to 2pm.
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Winchester Schools

Due to snow days used we are now in session on 4/19/24 and 5/3/24 (Noon Dismissal).
Wednesdays are 2:15pm Dismissals.
Reminder to keep your child(ren) phone number and address up to date with your student(s) school office.

Building Project Letter

        Winchester Community Building Project Letter.pdf           

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WHS Student Council - Blood Drive

  Attention Winchester! Every two seconds someone will need blood. Here is your chance to give locally! WHS Student Council is hosting the annual blood drive on Wednesday, April 24th. We welcome the public to sign up at this time using the link below: https://login.bloodcenter.org/.../drive_schedule/128626 Sign up and help save lives! 

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Morgan Scott CEO - Trade Show

           Just Made Deliciousness - Facebook (Jaylyn Dolen)   Kaityln's Cheesecakes - Facebook (Kaitlyn Frost)   Go the Distance - Facebook (Sadie Fundel)   AP Tanning - Facebook (Alli Peterson)    

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IAR Assembly 2024

    Hear ye! Hear ye! “The Courageous Cougars Will Slay the Test”. The kickoff assembly for the IAR held Friday, April 5th was a “Medieval Madrigal Show” where students from grades 3-8 performed skits and some were recognized for their last year's achievement of earning the highest score (5) on either their math or ELA IAR tests last year. There was only one student in all grades . . .

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      Eclipse 2024           

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March 2024 Students of the Month

            WGS Students of the Month -  For the month of March, students focused on the meaning of courage. Students reflected on how having courage means to do or attempt something new, unknown, or something that might be out of their comfort zone. Being courageous for students meant they were trying to overcome something that they felt was a challenge. One special nomination . . .

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