The Winona Community Birth to Grade Three Committee is made up of providers and community members working to ensure that all children are ready for Kindergarten. As the committee begins strategic planning, we are hoping to identify gaps and resources for families with young children. To accomplish this we are asking for your help and would appreciate you providing us with feedback on a short survey.Please complete the survey by April 22, 2014 by using this link. Thank you in advance for your feedback.
Parent Network Night Scheduled
The Help Me Grow Committee of the Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) invites parents of students, birth through Grade 6 who are receiving WAPS special education services, to participate in a new group: Parent Network Night. The third of three meetings will be held on
Thursday, April 24 from 5:30-7:15 pm at Goodview School. Registration is requested-please call 494-0900. Click here for full information.
GED Preparation Classes Begin New Session
Community Education’s Adult Literacy Program offers GED preparation classes and basic skills classes for adults in 6 week sessions.
The next session begins Monday, April 28. Registration is required and orientation takes place on this day at the
WALC, 1299 W. 3rd St.
Call 494-0900 for more information.
KEY KIDS ROCKS FOR SUMMER
Key Kids Rocks (Really Outrageous Camps for Kids) this summer for students completing grades K-5. The program will be held from June 9-August 22 at Winona Middle School and Goodview Elementary School from 6:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
Register now--don't delay. Full information & Registration Forms at this link or call 494-0910.
Ready School Applications Available Now
Applications for vouchers to purchase back to school supplies and clothing are available now. You can apply online at this link. Applications are available at each school and the Community Education office at Central School.
"ONCE IN A LIFETIME"
Friday, April 25 & Saturday, April 26
Tickets $7 for adults and $5 for students
A satiric tale of 3 on the skids vaudeville troupers who decide to head to Hollywood and try their luck at the newest craze: talkies. This fast-paced wild romp offers marvelous characters while spoofing the absurdities of Tinsel Town.
WSHS Yale Book Award Winner Announced
Each year at WSHS one junior who has demonstrated outstanding personal character and intellectual promise is selected as the Yale Book Award winner by WSHS principals and counselors.On behalf of the Yale Alumni Association of the Northwest and Winona Senior High School, we are proud to present this years distinguished award to Yarely Porras. Yarely is the daughter of Luis Porras and Alma Onate. Congratulations to Yarely and all of her hard work!
Yarely will offiicially be presented with this award at the WSHS Award Night scheduled for Wednesday, May 21st at 7 pm.