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Needles Eye Front: Halle Brogren, Sophie Milenkovich, Ellie Jaeger, Kelly Tweedy, Jami Jaeger, Taylor Anson, Marlowe Kampa Back: Keith Mundil, Marcos Escalera, and Colby Ericksen

Winside Biology Students Tour Blackhills and Western Nebraska

Eleven Winside students, Kelly Tweedy, Ellie Jaeger, Jayden Prince, Halle Brogren, Sophie Milenkovich, Jami Jaeger, Taylor Anson, Marcos Escalera, Colby Ericksen, Keith Mundil, and Marlowe Kampa along with instructors Paul Sok and Mark Tonniges recently completed a five day tour out west. The group departed Winside High School on June 7 th  at 3:45 in the morning in the school vans. First stop for the day was at the South Dakota Original 1880’s Town along Interstate 90. The group had a chance to tour an authentic mockup of an 1800’s western town and view a number of movie sets from the academy award winning . . . read more

Important Information Concerning Physicals

Please note the following changes to our requirement for Physicals.  We will now require the entire physical form be turned in - not just a note from the physician stating the student is cleared to participate. Click Here for Form Also the new State requirement for K-12 students is that they all must have documentation of 2 chickenpox shots or documentation of having the disease prior to starting school in the fall.   Those forms may be turned in at the office through the summer or must be turned in on . . . read more

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Why is filling out your Free/Reduced Lunch Form is so Important to Winside Public Schools???

WINSIDE PUBLIC SCHOOL NEEDS K-12 TITLE 1 WHY FILL OUT A FREE/REDUCED LUNCH FORM? IF YOU BELIEVE YOU MIGHT QUALIFY, PLEASE DO SO! IT HELPS OUR SCHOOL AND STUDENTS Title 1 funds aim to bridge the gap between low-income students and other students. The U.S. Department of Education provides supplemental funding to local school districts to meet the needs of at-risk and low-income students. What's it all About? Most educators, parents and community members have heard the . . . read more


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