Winton School District
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A Message to our Students - Video
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Contact Information
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District Office
Telephone: (209) 357-6175
Fax: (209) 357-1994
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 8 Winton, CA 95388
Address: 7000 N. Center St., Winton, CA 95388

Board of Trustees
Bob Boesch - President
Kelly Thomas - Clerk
Corine Dusin - Member
Susan Ochoa - Member
Sam Spangler - Member

  Winfield Elementary School  
Sybil Crookham Elementary School   Frank Sparkes Elementary School
  Winton Middle School  
Welcome to the Winton School District website! In this website you will find valuable information regarding our district. It is part of our ongoing effort to keep the members of our school community informed of what is going on at our schools.

This website is an addition to our district calendar which is sent home with students the first week of school. As you browse through the site you will find some of the following information: policies, registration information, attendance, rules and expectations, lunch menus, different departments in our school district, forms that can be printed and much, much more. Please take a moment to explore what is inside.

We hope that you find this an exciting way to keep you informed of what is happening at our schools. Your comments and suggestions to make our website even better are always welcome. Feel free to contact us. Together we can make a difference.

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Message from the Superintendent:
Winton School District students, staff, families and community,

The first month of 2020/2021 school is well underway and I am thrilled to welcome back our students to this new, virtual way of learning. This is a different kind of excitement, but nonetheless, it marked the start of what Im sure will be a great year. The month of August brought challenges and the district continues to work to remedy issues with Zoom as well as other software and laptop issues. Know that school leaders, staff and teachers anticipate unforeseen issues and have been asked to meet these circumstances with flexibility, patience and partnership. These are unchartered waters for all of us. If we can steer each student through these obstacles with the same understanding, these next few months of online learning will provide valuable learning and skills to students. There is no better time than now to remind ourselves and each other that this year will be unlike any other. However, I believe this year will prove to be our finest hour, an example of what the Winton community can truly be.

As always, reach out to teachers, principals and each other during these first few weeks of school to problem solve and overcome the unpredicted. Together, we will get through this crisis and come out stronger when distance learning concludes.

Randall W. Heller

No Discrimination
No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
- Public Hearing of the Winton School District Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan for the 2020-2021 school year - 5pm
- Parent Information Night 5-6pm via Zoom
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- Board Adoption of the Winton School District Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan for the 2020-2021 school year - 4pm
- Parent Information Night 5-6pm via Zoom
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