*WCSD Anonymous Tips Click Here
*24-Hour Crisis Line - 844-258-8858
*Teen Line - 800-443-8336
*Crossroads Behavioral Health Emergency - (641) 343-2914
*United Way Helpline - 211
*Texting Crisis Hotline-text “HOME” to “741741”
Those of us involved in the Winterset School District want the very best for our students and the educational system. As such, we are gathering our parents’ perspectives on what we are doing well and areas in which we could improve. Our goal of 80% completion rate can be realized by your willingness to participate. As you complete the survey, think about your experiences during the 2019-2020 school year. There is a different link for each building. We ask that you take the survey for each building you have children attending. Thank you very much for taking the time to help us gather this very important information.
Who doesn't love a great book? We do!! Our WHS students and Mr. Henry jumped at the chance to share with you some of their favorite picture books that teach about the importance of caring and kindness. Caring for people and being kind to one another is something we believe in and work on daily in our school district. Enjoy Huskies!
Say Something - read by Jack West
Be Kind - read by Josh Henry
Emannual's Dream - read by Sydnee Nicholl
I Wish You More - read by Christian Barker
We're All Wonders - read by Easton Darling
The Invisible Boy - read by Jaden Sweeney
Spaghetti In A Hot Dog Bun - read by Mikaela Engnell
Videos by W. Pothoven, WHS Sophomore
2019-20 NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION
This is for families that are brand new to the Winterset Community School District or for families that were not enrolled this past year.
Click HERE if you are registering a NEW STUDENT(S)!
PLEASE CALL STACY IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE REGISTRATION PROCESS.
Here is a story written by our own Dr. Meade and published by the Greater Des Moines Partnership about Winterset CSD's response and plan to support our students, family and community.
"What impressed us the most about Clint was his ability to connect with people, his passion for student success and his true love of the work of an elementary educator,” notes Dr. Susie Meade, Superintendent.