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Winston County Schools will provide basic school supplies for the 2023-24 school year for all students! We are pleased to provide this service for our families for another school year. Supplies will be available at your students' school on Thursday, August 3rd during Open House or during other back-to-school events.
We have BIG NEWS! All students will eat free breakfast and lunch for the 2023-24 school year! This is made possible through the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) which allows for free meals for all students based on overall economic status of our regional area. All students are encouraged to dine with us! There is nothing for parents and guardians to do! No application or additional information is required. Skip the lunchbox this year and save time and money! Additionally, studies show that children who eat breakfast and lunch have fewer tardies, higher test scores, and fewer behavioral issues.
We are proud to provide this service to our students and families for the 2023-24 school year. While there is nothing to do or complete, if you have any questions, please reach out to your local cafeteria manager.
Buffy Coleman, former professional basketball player with the Harlem Wizards, visited Winston County Schools May 2nd-3rd. His motivational and entertaining program was enjoyed by students and their teachers, and his message was filled with themes of hard work, good attitude, and self-confidence.
To learn more about Buffy Coleman, visit his website or follow him on his social media accounts. Many thanks to Mr. Coleman for an entertaining and uplifting experience!
Winston County's second graders took part in their annual Liberty's Legacy, a program meant to encourage good citizenship by honoring community members who are good examples. This year's honorees are Sylvia Morgan, Addison; Ashley Swindle, Meek; Judy Sartin, Lynn; and Paula Martin, Erica Taylor, Heather Tucker, and Josh Tucker for Double Springs Elementary. All honorees are important to their communities, but one is one of our very own cafeteria managers. Lynn Elementary chose to honor Judy Sartin, and they explained why they honored her in their hero essay.
We are proud of our second graders and all those who make this experience a positive one!
- Addison Elementary School
- Addison High School
- Double Springs Elementary School
- Double Springs Middle School
- Lynn Elementary School
- Lynn High School
- Meek Elementary School
- Meek High School
- Winston Career Academy
- Winston County High School
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