Thank you K Rose for providing flowers and helping our Summer Journeys' students with their service project-bringing cheer with our hand painted cards and ribbon wrapped flowers to Winfield Nursing Home and Country Place!
2 days ago, Rebecca Moore
Summer ‘24
Congratulations, Leah Jungels, for being selected to attend the American Legion Auxiliary Alabama Girls State. Wishing you all an unforgettable experience, new friendships, and cherished memories.
7 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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Report cards will be available for pickup at the high school at 1:00 p.m. After today, students may pick up their report cards Monday-Thursday from 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
7 days ago, Adam Aldridge
WCHS students - save the date!!
8 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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Save the Date for Open House at WCHS!
8 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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Save the Date for Open House at WES!
9 days ago, Mrs. Mallory Long
Open House
Congratulations to Jack Hayden Cook for being selected to serve as the WCHS Hoby Ambassador at the Hugh O'Brian Leadership Seminar at Troy University. Sophomores from across the state attended a three day seminar and participated in hands-on leadership activities, met leaders from the state, and explored their own personal leadership skills.
16 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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Congratulations to Dekon Porter and Braxton Tilley for being selected to attend Alabama Boy's State. Wishing you all an unforgettable experience, new friendships, and cherished memories.
16 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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Congratulations to our Coach Cunningham!!! AHSAA Announces Recipients for 2024 ‘Making a Difference’ Award MONTGOMERY – Seven individuals who have made an impact as exemplary role models in their schools and communities have been selected as the 2024 Making a Difference Award recipients by the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) and the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA). One recipient from each of the AHSAA’s seven classifications was selected from approximately 90 nominations submitted by AHSAA member schools and other support organizations or individuals. Congratulations to CLASS 3A winner: Brad Cunningham, Winfield High School girls’ basketball coach and ambassador for all sports helping train all student-athletes at his school. The Making a Difference Award was established in 2011 by the AHSAA and AHSADCA to recognize individuals who go beyond their normal duties as a coach, teacher, or administrator to make a positive impact in their schools and communities. This year’s recipients include one school system superintendent, one principal, two football coaches/athletic directors, two girls’ head basketball coaches, and one bowling and golf coach. “The recipients in this 2024 Making a Difference class are excellent examples of men and women who have dedicated themselves to serving students with positive reinforcement, kindness and compassion,” said AHSAA Executive Director Alvin Briggs. “They take their positions as role models for their students, faculty, and community very seriously and have shown exceptional leadership and determination in the challenges each has faced. These individuals have had spent their entire teaching, coaching and administrative careers making a major positive impact in their communities and schools across the state and are excellent examples of what this award stands for. “ Briggs adds, “We think this award is the most important honor a professional educator in our state can receive. Qualities considered for this prestigious award include the recipient’s character, integrity, determination, and service, all of which have enabled them to have a life-changing impact on the students, school, and communities which they serve.” Briggs said this special award exemplifies what makes education-based sports so important. “This is one way we can honor our teachers, coaches and administrators for the examples they set and the life lessons they teach on a daily basis,” he said. This year’s Class brings the total recognized in the AHSAA “Making a Difference” program to 94 since the first class of recipients in 2011.
17 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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We are very thankful for our superintendent. He has a servant’s heart and always considers our students first. Winfield City Schools is blessed to have a superintendent like Randy Thomley.
19 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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Thanks to all our bus drivers for keeping our students safe each day. We appreciate everything you do. Pictured from left to right: Ashley Culp, John Benton, Chuck Mullins, Tina Mullins, Kent Nelson, Leah Ann Bowling, Don Holcomb, Susan O'Mary, Day Route Driver Erica McCaleb , Jim Harrison and Bus Mechanic Jay Cooley.
20 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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Winfield City Schools appreciates the Winfield City Police Department's commitment to serving and protecting our students.
20 days ago, Adam Aldridge
Burleson and Thompson
Pirate PreK Graduation. Great job by Mrs. Burt, Mrs. Carter and students.
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Volleyball tryouts for girls going into grades 9-12 will be on Tuesday, May 21st from 1-3 at the high school gym. You must have a current physical in order to try out.
25 days ago, Joshua Gurley
Winfield City High School Graduation will be streamed live for free tonight on NFHS. Follow the link below for the live stream. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/winfield-high-school-winfield-al/evt5bcb7ceffb
26 days ago, Derek Trimm
Congratulations to the 2nd group of skid steer certified students. Thank you ACCS Skills for Success, Bevill State Community College and Amanda Tice. Pictured from l to r: Logan Brewer, Lee Bailey, Cooper Smith, Kaden Williamson, Instructor Tim Williams, Kyle White, Mayson Tucker, Hayden Stokes, and Tyler Behel.
26 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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Next year 7th and 8th grade softball tryouts will be on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd next week. Next year 9-12 softball tryouts will be on Thursday 23rd. All tryouts at 1:00PM.
26 days ago, Joshua Gurley
We look forward to you joining us for Awards Day at WES!
27 days ago, Mrs. Mallory Long
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Due to the possibility of rain on Friday, May 17, the graduation commencement location has been moved from the football stadium to the high school gym. The start time is 7:30 p.m.
28 days ago, Adam Aldridge
WCHS Career Tech - Congratulations to our first group of Skid Steer Certified students. Seniors JD Ray, Rylee Hulsey, Blake Ballard and Paris Reedy (not shown Ross Cowart). Thank you ACCS Skills for Success, Becill State Community College and Amanda Tice.
28 days ago, Stefanie Weeks
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