Welcome to Winters ISD

The Winters I.S.D. mission is to ensure that every student will develop a work ethic along with the knowledge and skills to become a productive, contributing, and responsible citizen.

coping with winter 2021

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The boys basketball team playing at 6:00 in Monahans. We will have  a 2:30 early dismissal to allow those going to the game, travel time! Students who go to Ace will go as normal just earlier.  Go Blue!



In addition, hot meals will be available for pickup at the Methodist church in Winters beginning at 11:30 today, Friday, February 19th.


Due to the weather conditions, WISD will be remote learning for the remainder of the week. Please use the above link and fill out the remote/virtual form each day.  

We hope to see you all back here on Monday!
Stay safe and stay warm!

2021 WHS Glacier ceremony

Junior High Targeted Improvement Plan

Below is a link to the Winters Junior High Targeted Improvement Plan (TIP).  This plan will be available on the website for 15 days for public review and comment.  There will be a school board meeting held on November 9th during which public comments are welcome.  

Junior High TIP 2020-2021

Please click on the COMMENT link to leave your feedback after reviewing the plan.


Please join Bryan Green (Secondary Principal), Amy Flippin (Assistant Principal) and Kathy Horner (Director of Curriculum & Federal Programs, District Coordinator for School Improvement) for a public meeting as we invite the community of Winters to a public zoom meeting for our Junior High Targeted Improvement Plan. This is a required meeting as per Texas Education Agency. Please see the detailed meeting information below and contact us at 325-754-5516 if you have questions.

Junior High Targeted Improvement Plan for Public Comments
Time: Nov 2, 2020 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 815 1074 3587

Passcode: U8XChP

*8:00am - 8:45am - Veteran Pancake and coffee breakfast in the Special Events Center
*8;45am - All veterans will be asked to go to their vehicles.
The Winters Volunteer Fire Department will escort the Veterans with the firetrucks in a parade around the Elementary, Junior High, and High School campuses.
The parade will continue from the WISD campuses through downtown and ending at The Crossing Travel Market - we want to share with the community the opportunity to come and show our support and recognize what you have done for our freedom and serving our country!  God Bless America!!!!

Winters blizzards on youtube

Be sure to check out our new Youtube channel for all the latest uploads and livestreams of the Winters Blizzards!

WISD Broadcast Channel

We will be embedding the game here and on Facebook.  Follow our channel linked above to be notified when we go live or check back here closer to game time!
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Local Students Attend Virtual STEM Camp at Rice University

Two students from Winters ISD, Connor Garcia and Ashlyn Richards, were among a select group from around the state to receive a scholarship from ExxonMobil to attend unique virtual workshops hosted by the Tapia Center for Excellence and Equity at Rice University this summer.

Students experienced a five-day online STEM Camp led by Rice professors and experienced facilitators that builds problem solving and communications skills. Each camper was challenged to design their own heatsink, simulating the process through which heat is transferred away from the processor in a computer to keep the device from overheating.

Connor Garcia Ashlyn Richards

Above: Connor Garcia (top) from Winters High School and Ashlyn Richards (bottom) from Winters Secondary School start the day’s STEM-focused agenda by introducing themselves in their camp shirts during the Tapia Center’s virtual summer workshops.

About the Tapia Center

The Richard Tapia Center for Excellence and Equity at Rice University was founded in 1995 to promote greater participation of underrepresented minorities and women in the sciences and engineering and empower them to be future leaders. The Center’s founder, Dr. Richard Tapia, is internationally known for his research in the computational and mathematical sciences and is a national leader in education and outreach.

Since inception, the Tapia Center has provided direct training and guidance to more than 6,000 students and 2,500 teachers and educated nearly 250,000 students and professionals about the importance of diversity and representation.



Who is Jessica Jacob?  Take a minute to watch this short intro video!

If you would like to take advantage of this fantastic resource,

Step ONE:  Click this link to fill out the self-referral form:

                               Self-Referral Google Form

Step TWO:  Download and print the following consent pack and return it to the Elementary or Secondary Counseling offices in a sealed envelope.  Mr. Williams, Mrs. England, or Mrs. Leamon will make sure Jessica Jacob receives them promptly.  If you need a paper copy, ask us and we will get one for you!

                               Jessica Jacob Parent Referral Packet 2020-2021


Winters ISD Back-To-School Plan

Winters ISD Back-To-School Plan
Remote Instruction Registration
Transportation Registration


July 22, 2020

As summer is rapidly winding down, many of you have concerns about the re-opening of our schools in mid-August. We are working on the back-to-school plan for Winters ISD that will provide the safest environment we can offer for all staff and students. I have been working with our administrative team to make sure we provide a safe environment for students, staff, and parents. To implement the plan, it is going to take cooperation and understanding from everyone because this is a fluid situation that can and probably will change.

Plans are being made for a remote learning option (synchronous and/or asynchronous) as well as in-person classes, in accordance with the guidance recently released by the Texas Education Agency. Parents can choose the option they determine to be best for their child. Both options will have new guidelines, expectations for daily attendance, and will operate with the same types of work and grading system (numeric grade scale) for the students. The best option is the high-quality instruction provided by our outstanding teachers while our students are in class, but these challenging times may require us to do things a little differently.

Our plans regarding a safe school environment will follow the requirements from the Centers for Diseases Control (CDC), State Health Department (DSHS), the Texas Education Agency (TEA), University Interscholastic League (UIL), and other local agencies. We are ordering safety supplies and materials that we need to keep everyone safe. Our goal is to make the buses, our cafeteria, classrooms, hallways, and entrances as safe as we can. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time that we are all having to face.

Please be watching our website and Winters ISD Facebook page for more information and details about our back-to-school plan on July 29, 2020.

Sean Leamon
Superintendent, Winters ISD



Winters ISD Parents and Guardians,

Please find attached a very short survey for all parents/guardians of school-aged children to complete by July 29th.  The survey responses will be used to better help us serve your child(ren) for the 2020-2021 school year.  There are questions on the survey about your internet, your thoughts for the upcoming school year, and what you’d like to see from Winters ISD.  During this time of uncertainty, we want to make things as good as we can for our students (and parents).  We know that the spring was rough for many and we are diligently working to make everyone’s return to school great!  We are ready to see the kids and get the Blizzards back together! 

Back to School Survey Link

Survey Letter


Information to Apply for Benefits

June 29, 2020 COVID P-EBT Extension.docx

PEBT June Letter to Families - English

PEBT June Letter to Families - Spanish


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