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Welcome

The Winters Joint Unified School District serves approximately 1500 students in the city of Winters and surrounding unincorporated areas of Yolo and Solano counties.  The District currently operates a state preschool program, Waggoner Elementary School (K-3), Shirley Rominger Intermediate School (4-5), Winters Middle School (6-8), Winters High School (9-12), and Wolfskill Continuation High School. 

The School District also enjoys a strong, positive working relationship with surrounding public entities in an effort to maximize resources and provide the best educational environment for its students.  This is evidenced by the construction of a new swimming pool in partnership with the City of Winters that opened in 2007 and a new library that was a joint venture with the City of Winters, Yolo County, and the School District and opened in November 2009. 

The District employs approximately 78 highly qualified certificated staff, 8 Pupil Services, 7 administrators, 78 classified staff, 7 supervisory/confidential employees, a chief business officer, and a superintendent.  Using the interest-based approach, employee groups and the District have a positive working relationship.  The student population is approximately 62% Hispanic, 35% Caucasian, 3% other include Asian and African American. 

The District offers a variety of resources to aid the teaching staff in reaching the goal of quality education for every students.  Resources include psychologists, counselors, nurses, special education teachers, and resource specialists.  The District receives state and federal funding for a number of programs including Economic Impact aid, IASA, and Title I.  There are also excellent programs in visual/performing arts and athletics complement core academic offerings.  The Winters community has a rich history of involvement in its schools, enthusiastically supporting a wide variety of co-curricular activities for its children.  The District welcomes parent involvement with parental participation high at all grade levels.

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Winters Joint Unified School District is to provide a quality education to all our students, insuring that all students and the entire educational community actively participate and are valuable contributors to our changing society.

We will accomplish this through the development of skills, concepts and processes that build knowledge, foster critical thinking, and enhance positive social interaction in a supportive, safe environment that fosters the uniqueness and diversity of the individual learner.

Beliefs:

  • Students and adults are accountable for their performance
  • Every student and adult interaction fosters dignity and respect
  • Students and adults are committed to learning
  • Students and adults work collaboratively
  • Students and adults have the highest expectations for their personal and academic performance and the performance of others
  • Student and adult decision making will focus on the best interests of students
  • Students and adults will demonstrate curiosity and the desire to learn
  • Students should be encouraged to excel in all academic areas, in the arts, activities, and athletics
  • Students should be college or career ready

 

Key Messages:

Education = Opportunity

Educación = Oportunidad

United in Improving Achievement

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Non-Discrimination Statement: It is the policy of the Winters Joint Unified School District not to discriminate on the basis of ethnic group identification, religion, age, sex, color, or physical or mental disability, in its educational programs, activities or employment policies as required by Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendment.
“All vocational opportunities are offered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex or handicap.”
Inquiries regarding compliance with Title IX and Section 504 may be directed to Brent Cushenbery, Title IX Coordinator, Winters Joint Unified School District, 909 W. Grant Ave., Winters CA 95694, (530) 795-6100; or the Director of the Office of Civil Rights, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington D.C.

DRAFT MASTER PLAN FOR SERVICES TO ENGLISH LEARNERS

Winters Joint Unified School District announces that our DRAFT Master Plan for Services to English Learners is available for staff and community review and input. To download the Draft EL Master ...more

BORRADOR DEL PLAN MAESTRO PARA LOS APRENDICES DE INGLES

El Winters Joint Unified School District anuncia que nuestro BORRADOR del Plan maestro para los aprendices de inglés está disponible para que el personal y la comunidad lo revisen y aporten sus ...more