Dr. Keith Davis
City of Winfield
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WINFIELD CITY SCHOOLS
Since forming its own city school system in 1955, the City of Winfield has served as the home to one of the top 10 school systems in Alabama. Whether on the field of competition or in the classroom, Winfield City Schools have served as an example for excellence in Alabama for more than 50 years.
Winfield City Schools’ “Tradition of Excellence” is recognized not only at the local and state level, but also at the national level as evidenced by U.S. News and World Report’s 2014 naming of Winfield High School as a Silver Level School and U.S. Department of Education's recognition of Winfield Elementary School as a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School.
We invite you to visit our district and see all of the innovative and creative initiatives that our teachers are implementing in the classroom. These initiatives demonstrate why Winfield City Schools has both a Tradition of Excellence and A Vision for the Future!
LEA ANNE BOWLING is an 8th grader at WMS. She is an Honor Roll student and a member of The Jr. National Honor Society. Lea Anne is on the JV softball team and is looking forward to softball season. Besides softball, she likes to spend time with friends and family and going shopping. Lea Anne has an older brother Daniel in college. She also has an older sister Hannah in the 9th grade and a little brother Will in the 6th grade. MORE
HOLLY GRUWELL is the lead nurse here at Winfield City Schools. She spends her time between Winfield High School and Winfield Middle School. She has been a registered nurse here for nine years, and she truly loves her job. This year Holly also took on the role as the JV Cheer Sponsor which she is also enjoying. MORE
JORDAN HUNT was recently recognized as the ABC 33/40 Player of the Week for his outstanding performance against Hamilton on September 24th. The Pirates soundly defeated Hamilton 56-35. Jordan had 9 completions on 11 attempts for 243 yards and 3 TD's. He also rushed for 3 TD'S and 163 yards. Great job Jordan!
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Jordan Hunt ABC 33/40 Player of the Week
Pirate Tales looks at the effect of exercise on the brain and the programs used at Winfield Elementary School to promote physical fitness and stimulate learning.
Pirate Tales visits Mr. Tidwell's Auto Tech class and learns how the Simulated Classroom initiative is teaching students that punctuality and attendance affects their pay check.
A View from the Crow's Nest gives a preview of the NextGenCTE Greenhouse program and its application to the science calssroom.
Pirate Tales shows how song and dance helps Mrs. Garner's students remember the Order of Operations in math.
Pirate Point of View is produced by the Multi-Media Design students at Winfield High School. This program covers a variety of topics. Enjoy their first production for the 2015-16 year!
Pirate Tales highlights the 2015 Winfield High School Career Day which recently took place. WHS counselor, Stefanie Weeks, talks about the purpose of the program.
The mission of the Winfield City School System is to provide educational opportunities that guide all students toward their maximum educational potential and abilities in order to prepare them for a lifelong pattern of responsible citizenship.
The Winfield City Schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person(s) has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Deborah Box, 504 Coordinator and Title IX Coordinator, P.O. Box 70, Winfield, AL 35594, 205-487-4255. Randy Thomley, Title II Coordinator, P.O. Box 70, Winfield, AL 35594, 205-487-2305.
P. O. Box 70
Winfield, AL 35594
Phone: (205) 487-4255
Fax: (205) 487-4603
Dr. Keith Davis - Superintendent
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