Winship Elementary School

Spring Independent School District

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  • Todd M. Armelin - PrincipalTodd M. Armelin - Principal

    Welcome to our school! The staff is thrilled that each parent has entrusted his/her child’s education to us. We will make every effort to help your child achieve academically and socially. It is our goal to create an enriched, learning environment that engages each student. Of course, we need and welcome your support and cooperation. You play a key role in the academic success of our students; therefore, school/parent communication is vital.

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    Welcome Back Letter 2021

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  • Red Ribbon Week

    National Red Ribbon Week is Oct. 25-29th. During this week we will be
    discussing the importance of making positive, healthy choices and
    staying drug free. We will celebrate the week with special dress days.

    Monday, Oct. 25th  

     “I'm Red-y to be drug free

    Wear red 

     Tuesday, Oct 26th

    “It’s Crazy To Do Drugs!”

    Wear Crazy Hair or Socks

    Wednesday, Oct. 27th

    “Let's Shade Out Drugs”

    Wear Sunglasses or Hats

    Thursday, Oct. 28th

    “Drugs Are Not A Game

    Wear Your Favorite Sports Team Shirt

    Friday, Oct. 29th

    "We Are To Smart To Do Drugs"

    Literature Day: Dress Up Like Your Favorite Storybook Character

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  • School supply list

    School Supplies: 2021-22 Winship School Supply List

    If you have any questions, please contact Winship at 281-891-8210. Thank you!

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  • registration

    2021-22 New Student Online Registration 

    If your family is new to the district and needs to register a pre-kindergartener through 5th grade student please see the Spring ISD District Registration Webpage for information.  

    New Student Online Registration 

    Need help?
    District staff will be available to assist parents in both English and Spanish with online registration, if needed, by calling 281-891-6337.

    Email dmacias@springisd.org  for Winship Elementary registration information.   Please call the school at 281-891-8210 for any other assistance.


    Items needed to Register:

    • Certified copy of birth certificate or passport.
    • Current immunization record signed by a physician or physician’s designee.
    • Proof of residence in the Spring ISD attendance zone. An original lease/mortgage agreement, and water, natural gas, or electric bills are acceptable.
    • Social Security card. If not available, the student will be assigned a State ID number.
    • Legal guardian’s Texas driver’s license or Texas Department of Transportation identification card. If the parent or guardian does not have a Texas driver’s license or a TxDOT ID card, other photo ID will be considered in combination with a birth certificate.
    • Most recent report card and withdrawal form from previous school, if applicable.

    **Kindergarten students must be 5 years of age or older on or before Sept. 1st to register and PK students must be 4 or older on or before Sept. 1st.

    ** PK ONLY - Please provide proof of income for every

    household member (adult)

     

    The online system for Returning students will open July 19th. 

    Annual Update for Returning Students

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  • Boy in Mask   Help Us Stay Safe girl in mask

    Safety First In-Person School at Spring ISD, Elementary Campuses

    https://youtu.be/IsWmKvSCSqU

     

    Seguridad primero, escuela en persona en Spring ISD - Escuelas Primarias

    https://youtu.be/1w4yQSERkec

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  • COVID-19 Mental & Behavioral Health Resources

    COVID-19 Mental & Behavioral Health Grief & Trauma Informed Virtual Support and Statewide Resources List April 3, 2020

    As Texas schools continue to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak, it is important for Local Education Agencies (LEAs) to recognize students and families may be struggling with stress, anxiety, grief, and loss. Schools can support the mental health, wellness, and resiliency of students through trauma informed approaches. Below is the link to a list of statewide resources that can help schools connect families with specific resources as needs are identified.

    COVID-19 Mental & Behavioral Health Resources

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