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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  • Meet the Teacher

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  • School supplies

    School Supplies: 2022-2023 WES School Supply List

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

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    PK-K Roundup

    Pre-K Round-Up for the 2022-2023 School Year

    Visit  Prekindergarten & Kindergarten Information to enroll your child in full-day Pre-K or Kindergarten! 

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    Counselor Requests

    Your counselor is here to help, and available to speak with students and parents. Please click the link below for assistance.  Thank you!     Cassie Richard, Counselor

    Click Here for Counselor Request Form

     

    Help Build Social Emotional Character Traits with Students

    Counselor Corner: Character Kids Save The Day

     

     

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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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