District News

Winton Woods High School Senior Receives Full Ride to the University of Notre Dame Eric

He had been waiting all month for the email. It was minutes before the last school bell rang for the end of day. “Ping”. An email appeared in his school inbox from Questbridge. He moved quickly to his high school guidance counselor John Beischel’s office, who he promised he would open the email with. When he opened it, it read he had been selected as a Questbridge Scholarship finalist and matched with the University of Notre Dame. Winton Woods High School senior Eric Durazno could not believe it. His joy and emotion were unmatched as he celebrated.

Winton Woods Annual Staff Health Fair Has Great Turnout fair

 

Over 20 vendors were present for Winton Woods City Schools’ annual staff health fair during the professional development day on November 4. Teachers, principals, administrators, and community members were encouraged to put their health first. One vendor made the journey from Denver, Colorado to provide top-tier health information to attendees. There were giveaways, a massage station, and raffles for biometric health screenings as well as flu vaccines to encourage full participation. 

WWCS Instructional Technology Coach Jennifer Haller Selected as Presenter for Adobe’s National and International Educational Conference Board Meeting

Winton Woods City Schools honored Winton Woods High School technology instructor Jennifer Haller for being selected as a presenter for the 2022 Adobe MAX virtual education conference. The tech giant Adobe is a computer software company that is the creator of software including Premiere Pro, Lightroom, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign. Haller’s presentation “More Than a Slideshow: Using Digital Artifacts in Your Class” was prerecorded and premiered on October 19.

Updated COVID-19 Protocols

At Winton Woods City Schools, safety is a top priority. To ensure we are creating a proactive and safe environment for our students and staff, please read the updated COVID-19 protocols. Stay safe Warriors!

Trailblazer and Winton Woods Alumni Robyne Walker Murphy Honored by New York Metropolitan Art Museum Robyne Murphy

Winton Woods Alumni Robyne Walker Murphy is making her mark in New York City. Along with three other exemplary women leaders, Murphy was honored by the infamous Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) for contributing significantly to social change. The Met said, “From championing collaboration, leadership, and representation for women, to promoting healthy communities through advocacy and legislation, The Met's 2022 honorees are three remarkable women working across the arts, through philanthropic, and government awareness.”