Winfield Elementary



School History:
Winfield Elementary was built in 2007. Its unique architecture and vast grounds extend a warm welcome. There are 31 classrooms, an administration building, a library, a cafeteria, and a County Special Education building. The grounds boast 11 acres of grass and asphalt play area including 4 play structures, basketball courts, soccer fields, a baseball field, and a track. The campus is beautiful thanks to our MOT staff.
 
Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year Wildcats! I am honored to be a part of the Winfield family. Our staff is dedicated to helping shape the future through rigorous academic standards, positive character traits, and a sense of pride in our Winton community. We may be a small community, but we are big on education! Winfield is a place where students can grow beyond just academics. Technology, art, music, drama, and athletics are also priorities. In order for students to excel, it is important to instill positive character traits and good attendance habits. Students are recognized monthly as well as quarterly with ROAR awards and perfect attendance luncheons.

R-responsibility
O-ownership
A-attitude
R-respect

Parent and community involvement is encouraged. Please join us throughout the year at our various events such as Back to School Night, Open House, parent conferences, performances, awards assemblies, track meets, and the Winfield Walk-a-thon, just to name a few. We also have a School Site Council which meets several times during the school year. This is a great opportunity for parents to find out about all of our exciting events, learn more about our school, and offer suggestions/feedback. We value your input and invite you to call or come by any time. You are an integral part of the Winfield family and community.

I am looking forward to another positive, rewarding, and productive school year. Go Wildcats!

Kristi Boesch


Mission and Vision:
At Winfield Elementary, it is our vision to provide students with the best education. We will provide the school community with the tools to become lifelong learners. Our students are expected to be respectful, responsible, and ready to learn.

This mission focuses on the following principles:

Effective skills and strategies
Self-discipline and respect for others
High expectations for our futures
Acquisition of English language
Parent and community involvement
A positive learning and working environment