Message from Child Nutrition Director: Seniors and parents should stop all automatic payments through Paypams. Please complete the following form for reimbursement: https://forms.gle/gkEWZzXZuWpPxQXK8
If you ordered clothes from the track team they can be picked up at the high school office. It will be open from 9-12. Call ahead to pick up at the window.
As I am sure you have heard by now the the governor announced we will not return to the regular school setting this school year. Winfield adminstrators will meet Monday after Mr. Cook meets on Friday with Dr. Mackey and we will then disperse more details. Stay safe and informed.
TumbleBooks is offering free resources for public libraries till August 31, 2020. TumbleBooks’ databases are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home! You can read as many books as you want, when you want, and on any device. There are no check-outs, holds, or bulky downloads. Books are available instantly. You can find the links at www.winfieldpubliclibrary.com on front page.
Schools may be closed, but locations are open right now to feed Alabama’s children. We encourage all Alabamians to bring their children 18 and younger for FREE healthy breakfast and lunch through Break for a Plate. http://www.breakforaplate.com #SchoolClosureMeals #kidseatfree #breakforaplate #ALSDE
If your family’s income has been affected by COVID-19, you may apply for free/reduced meals online by going to www.winfield.k12.al.us/applynow or by printing off an application at www.winfield.k12.al.us for when school returns. We will be processing online applications while school is not in session. For more information email email@example.com.
You can complete your Census 2020 online when you receive your packet in the mail. We need you to be counted. https://2020census.gov/en.html?utm_campaign=20200318pmc20s1ccedurs&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
Break for a Plate is a Summer Feeding Program created to ensure all Alabama children can continue to receive nutritious meals during summer vacation. Break for a Plate offers 2 free meals each day to kids and teens up to 18 years of age. https://www.breakforaplate.com/index.php
We have added several important links about Covid-19 and many different E-Learning opportunities on our website. Please encourage and help your child with some of these different learning options. The link is located on our home page at www.winfield.k12.al.us.
We will be serving 3 breakfast and 3 lunch at Winfield Middle School from 11:00 am to 12 noon today. It is a drive thru pickup. Please do not get out of your cars. Students age 18 years and below must be in the car.
First Class Pre-K Drawing will take place on Friday, March 20, at the Winfield Board of Education at 11:00. Parents will receive a call following the drawing if their child’s name is drawn.
Mrs. Bookout’s Bunt Cake Pickup will be rescheduled for after our return to school from the break.
Updated letter from the Alabama Department of Public Health http://www.winfield.k12.al.us/article/202267?org=winfield
Softball Schedule change for tomorrow (March 5) game. The Lady Pirates will play two varsity games starting at 5 p.m. against Fayette County followed by Winfield vs. Sulligent at 6:30.
March Events at Winfield Public Library Tuesday, March 10th @ 12 pm - 1 pm Grief Support Group hosted by Amedisys Hospice - Meet others who are grieving the loss of a loved one, share experience, and learn positive coping strategies. Free to anyone who would like to join, at any time. Contact Joshua at Amedisys Hospice if you would like more information 256-760-7877. Thursday, March 12th @ 10 am - 11 am Medicare Classes - Medicare can be overwhelming with flooded information. Medicare Classes will help you make an informed decision. You'll have a chance to ask specific questions based on your individual needs. Thursday, March 12th @ 3:30 pm Story Hour Ages 4 - 7 years - Join us for fun activities with stories and crafts. Saturday, March 14th @ 10 am - 2 PM Dungeons and Dragons Meet Ages 10 and up. Thursday, March 26th @ 3:30 pm Crafternoon Ages 8 - 18 years - Celebrate Michelangelo's Birthday by simulating how he painted on the ceiling in Sistine Chapel. Saturday, March 28th @ 10am - 11 am Dungeons and Dragons Meet Ages 10 and up.
Varsity softball game scheduled at home today vs. Marion County has been moved to Guin at 4:30.
There will be a letter coming home with your child today that we would like for you to take time to read closely.
Check on some of the Career Tech opportunities that we provide for students at WCHS. https://youtu.be/8mb5xvVGvus
Mr. Cook & Mr. Williams, I teach special needs bus recertification classes & for the last 3 years, I’ve taught at Winfield Elementary School. I travel around the state daily & WES has become one of my favorite schools to visit. I’ve enjoyed seeing staff & students dress for Dr. Seuss Week, staff helping students out of cars in morning drop off, and a general friendly/happy attitude. Thursday, I was teaching at WES & had the opportunity to witness the Student of the Month ceremonies; it was awesome! I loved the parent involvement, music, student excitement, & teacher participation. So many times when I’m at schools, I hear the negatives or difficulties, it was so uplifting to witness the positives being celebrated. In closing, thank you for creating an inviting environment where it truly seems that students are flourishing. Billy Hollon Education Administrator Pupil Transportation Alabama Department of Education 5308 Gordon Persons Building P.O. Box 302101 Montgomery, AL 36130-2101 Tel: (334) 694-4549 Fax: (334)694-4975
High School Parents, If your child is attending prom, there is a PowerPoint on the high school webpage that covers dress code. The PowerPoint is found under the news section on the left side of the screen.
Shout out to Hallmark Furniture and Decor for sponsoring our SOTM this month at WES. We appreciate Myra Hallmark for supporting our school!
Tickets for the AHSAA Basketball Regional Tournament are currently available for purchase online on GoFan. (fans that purchase tickets online do not have to wait in the long ticket lines and can just walk up to the door at the venue for entry) https://gofan.co/app/events/79092
Valentine parties will begin at 1:30 on Thursday and you can check students out after the party. Also just a reminder that Valentine deliveries to the school are not allowed.
Due to the possibility of severe weather, Winfield City Schools will dismiss students at 1:30 pm today. Buses will leave the Middle School at 1:30, Elem. School at 1:40 and High School at 1:50.
Substitute Bus Drivers The Winfield City School System is looking for qualified substitute bus drivers or individuals interested in becoming a certified driver. Interested applicants can contact Randy Thomley (Assistant Superintendent) @ (205) 395-1257 or Randy Bozeman (Bus Mechanic) @ (205) 395-1538.
Basketball has added two games to the end of the season. The Pirates will travel to Cordova on Thursday, Jan. 30, for three games starting at 4:30 and will travel to Brilliant on Saturday Feb. 1, for two games starting at 2 pm.
Thank you Cole Auto Sales in Hamilton Alabama for your generous donation of fleece pullovers. Our students greatly appreciate them!!
It was a great night of basketball for Winfield! All Pirate teams won against Carbon Hill last night. The JV Girls won on a last 2nd shot 21-20, B Team Boys won 42-28, the Varsity Girls won 55-42, and the Varsity Boys won 44-32. The 9th grade Boys cruised to victory as well.
The Varsity Boy Pirates are off to a great start in the Christmas Tournament. They beat Addison in their first game and then beat Hatton. #PirateProud
School will dismiss tomorrow at 11:30 for Pre-K and K for those who are here and 11:50 for grades 1-4. Buses will reach destinations quickly due to few students riding tomorrow.
WAC Basketball Tournament begins today in Vernon. B Team Boys play Thursday, December 19 vs Lamar County at 3:00 Finals Saturday at 3:00 Varsity Girls Play Friday, December 20 at 4:30 vs Lamar County Finals Saturday at 5:00 Varsity Boys play Friday, December 20 at 6:00 vs Fayette Finals Saturday at 7:00 All games are played at Lamar County High School.
HOW BOUT THOSE PIRATES!!! Big sweep tonight of Oakman High. The B team boys, Varsity girls, and Varsity boys win tonight at home. Great job!!!
Rainey's K class reciting pledge
Basketball games scheduled for tonight in Hamilton have been cancelled due to threat of wintry precipitation. Games will be rescheduled at a later date.
Logan Samuels signed a baseball scholarship with Montevallo University, pictured from left to right, assistant coach Alex Rodriguez, Athletic Director Randy Thomley, Head Baseball coach Alan Smith, Logan’s mother Andrea Samuels , Father Terry Samuels , Superintendent Chris Cook, Former Principal Winfield high school Benji Parrish
WMS doors will open at 6:00 tomorrow night for the Diana W. Holbrook Living Wax Museum. Queen Elizabeth, Jennifer Anniston, Duck Dynasty, Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant, Joey from FRIENDS, Mark Ingram, Marylyn Monroe, and many more are all excited to be visiting Winfield, Alabama and look forward to seeing you at 6:00pm when the doors open to one of the most exciting events of the year. Don’t miss it! ....bring your change/donation to make these iconic figures come to life and share with you their life stories. See you there!!!
The WMS annual sixth grade Diana W. Holbrook Living Wax Museum will be this Thursday. Doors will open at 6:00pm. Come see historical figures come to life. We look forward to seeing you!
Varsity Boys, Girls, and B-Team basketball games for Tuesday against Sulligent have been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.
Winfield Park League Youth Basketball Registration will end today, Nov. 18, 2019. Children ages 4-12 on or before September 1, 2019 are eligible to play. Registration fee for basketball is $65 and includes the uniform. Birth certificates are required at time of registration.
Winfield City High School will open the 2019-2020 home basketball season with games against Danville on Friday, November 15. There will be 3 games (B, VG, VB) starting at 5:00. Come out and support the Pirates!
Santa pictures tomorrow. If you want to purchase please send pre-paid envelope back tomorrow.
WCS always welcomes our alumni to visit and earn college hours for their classes. Merritt Muck, a UNA Elementary Education Major, did an excellent job helping sixth grade ELA students stay engaged while working on their iXL lessons. (Miss Muck also helped with first grade, earlier today, at WES, in Mrs. Garner’s classroom)
Senior/Parent Financial Aid Meeting Tuesday, November 5 @ 6pm in the library. Bring 2018 tax information and W2s if you plan to stay and complete the FAFSA.
The Volleyball Region Tourney starts at 3 PM on Monday, 10-21-19, at Carbon Hill. We will allow any WCHS students who want to attend the tournament to check out through the main office at 2:15 PM. Students will need to sign in with Mr. Thomley once they arrive at the tournament for the absence not to be counted. Any student who doesn’t sign in will have their checkout voided and they will be assigned ISS for 2 days. They will also receive an unexcused absence. We will treat this the same as skipping class/school. Have a restful weekend and GO PIRATES!!!
WCHS will providing a bus to take students to Hamilton BSCC to take these classes. This is for 2nd semeseter. I will be happy to help you complete the scholarship application if you are interested. We would have to change your schedule 2nd semester to free up 1st & 2nd period. Here is the link to apply for the dual enrollment career tech scholarship for 2nd semester (starting in January). See a description of the programs below. https://bevillstatecommunitycollege.formstack.com/forms/careertechdescholarship_spring The deadline to apply is October 31.
If you plan on attending the football game at Greene County, the address for the field is at their middle school. Robert Brown Middle School 623 Mesopotamia Street; Eutaw, Alabama 35462.
At the end of the first, the Pirates are up 14-0
Senior Financial Aid Night @ 6pm in library October 15.
All WCHS students will see the play, Macbeth, tomorrow at the Pastime Theatre. Please send $5 for your student’s ticket. If you do not wish for your student to attend, please email Mr. Jackson before 8AM at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dual Enrollment History Students: Your class will not meet this morning. Dr. Schroeder is out sick.
WES Money Drop raised $4500.00. We eclipsed our goal by $2000.00. Great job it was a fun 2 weeks!
The WMS football game scheduled for Tuesday at home has been moved to Fayette. The 8th grade will play at 5:30 with a 7th grade game to follow shortly after.
Tomorrow is Rock Your School Day!! Wear your rock or concert attire and get ready to rock out with STEM and rockin' learning activities. Note: Sorry parents, this is for students only. It's a sold out show!
Parents you can still sign your child up for the FLU VACCINE at WES. Contact Mandi Ballard at WES no later than 9/16 and she can get your child signed up.
Thanks to parents and students for keeping area by handicapped ramp clear last Friday night at the game. Many positive comments. Please remember to do the same this Friday night as you come out to support the Pirates!
Fall pictures tomorrow at WES.
Both yesterday and today over 700 dollars was raised in Money Drop. Total in 3 days is 1965.00. Absolutely amazing!!
Winfield Middle School football wins 58-0 over Hamilton.
484.00 dollars for our first day of Money Drop. Most ever on the first day. Awesome start!! Parents remember Fall Pictures will be this coming Friday.
Parents just a reminder that High School has ask that we help with stadium traffic and access for all who may attend tonight's game. Please do not allow your elementary students to play on the handicapped walkway throw footballs where stadium traffic is disrupted or walk among the shubbery. We have spoken to the students at school and have reminded them that athletic events are an extension of school activities. Thank you for your help and cooperation. GO PIRATES!!
Winfield Middle School football defeats South Lamar 22-8
On Tuesday September 10 WES will begin it's annual money drop. This will take place each day until Friday Sept. 20. Teachers whose jar has most will have to dress up next day and their will be special prizes for classes and teachers that raise the most. We are shooting for 2500.
To WES students and faculty reminder to wear green Tuesday to unite with Wyatt Spann in his battle with cancer.
On Tuesday, September 3rd, we are asking all students and faculty to wear green as we unite with neighboring towns in “Going Green for Wyatt” to show our support for Wyatt Spann, a 3 year-old boy from our city who is currently battling cancer.
Varsity Pirates Volleyball Makes it a Sweep against Brilliant with 3 set to 0 victory.
Order your online tickets today for the Winfield vs. Fayette County game https://gofan.co/app/events/65408
The Winfield Middle School football game against Lamar County scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 29th at home, has been moved to Tuesday, Aug. 27th. at 6 pm in Vernon.