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Lady Raider Basketball Camp

Lady Raider Basketball Camp is scheduled for June 1-3. The cost is $40 per camper and payment is due the first day of camp. All payments MUST be CASH ONLY. Students who will be in grade 3-9 during the 2021-2022 school-year are eligible to attend. Parents MUST complete a separate form for each participant.

Child Abuse Prevention Blue Ribbon Week (April 12th - April 16th)

Wear Blue all Week and dress up challenge every day! Monday - April 12th - Team Up Against Child Abuse & wear a team shirt or jersey! Tuesday - April 13th - Stand Together Against Child Abuse & dress alike with a friend - Twinkies Day! Wednesday - April 14th - Stomp Out Child Abuse by wearing your favorite shoes or boots! Thursday - April 15th - Peace Out to Child Abuse & wear tie-die and peace signs! Friday - April 16th - Blue Day - Wear as much Blue as You can to show support in ending Child Abuse!

Head Start, Pre-K, & Kindergarten Registration Day!

Winnsboro Elementary will have Enrollment open for Head Start & Pre-K on Thursday, April 15th and Kindergarten Enrollment will be on Friday, April 16th 2021. Both Days - 9AM to 1PM You will need the Following Items for Enrollment: Original Birth Certificate Social Security Card Parent ID Current Immunization Record Proof of Residence (Current Utility Bill or Lease Information) Proof of Income (Pre-K Only)

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Principal's Message

I am very honored to introduce myself as the new principal of the Winnsboro Elementary School and to join this great district and community. I will strive to continue the dedication WISD has, caring for our students everyday and continue building lifelong learners.  I look forward to an awesome spring semester of learning and growing with our students, teachers, parents, and community.

I have had the privilege of being an educator for ten years. For the past two and a half years, I have served as an Assistant Principal under the leadership of an outstanding administration at Atlanta ISD.  Before my time at Atlanta ISD, I  created an entrepreneurship class, taught multiple different technology classes, and coached multiple sports such as football, baseball, powerlifting, and basketball for Hughes Springs ISD.

I believe in creating an atmosphere that is conducive to learning for all children. I set high expectations for myself, faculty members, and students to ensure that every student is provided the best opportunity to learn and grow throughout their educational journey.  I will be calling on our faculty, staff, and parents to work together so we can best continue to serve our children. 

I am truly grateful to be given this opportunity and look forward to emerging myself completely in our school and community.  I believe my responsibility is to put our teachers in the best possible position to succeed, as they will then put our children in the best possible position to succeed.  I look forward to meeting you, and please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, concerns, or ideas you would like to share.

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