Winship Elementary Announcements

  • A Reopening Update from Principal Radley

    Click on the headline above for the full text of Principal Radley's update letter on reopening the Winship for the 2020-2021 school year.

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  • Mr. Radley wants to MEET YOU!

    Mr. Radley wants to . . . MEET YOU! LEARN WHAT YOU LOVE about the Winship School! HEAR YOUR HOPES for our community! Click here for more information and how to sign up.

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  • The Winship Welcomes a New Principal

    Dear Winship Students and Families, I hope this message finds you well and that you are enjoying a safe and restful summer! My name is Brian Radley and I am honored to have been named the next Principal of the wonderful Winship School! This past Wednesday was my first official day at the Winship School. I just recently wrapped up my responsibilities in Chelsea, where I was an Assistant Principal. I wanted to share how excited, inspired, and humbled I am to begin working with you and your amazing children. I love the Winship School! I had the privilege of working with Mrs. Ford Walker as the Principal Intern in 2019. During that time, I came to love the many people, qualities, and experiences that make the Winship so special. And, I’m eager to keep learning about the community!...

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  • A Special Message from Mrs. Ford Walker (Transition Letter)

    Mrs. Ford Walker will be transitioning from the Winship School at the end of this school year in order to pursue a Doctoral degree at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. Please click here to read Mrs. Ford Walker's letter.

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  • Winship Family Needs Survey

    It's important for Boston Public Schools to learn how to support our community more during this difficult time of school closure. BPS is asking families to complete a short survey to let them know what they may need. Families that did not receive the survey in their email, can click here. (available in 10 languages). Please note, this information will be shared with the school community in order to better support all families.

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  • Resources for Families

    Click here for a list of supportive family resources on mental health/safety, food and shelter, employment/income, legal services, internet access/technology, home learning/academics, and coronavirus information.

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  • Winship Virtual Learning

    Winship teachers have been in contact with families, providing materials for learning at home. If you'd like additional learning materials or activities, you can visit bostonpublicschools.org/learning to find information for each grade level. Click here more information on virtual learning at the Winship.

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  • COVID-19 Text Updates from the City of Boston

    Mayor Walsh launched a new daily text service with updates and information regarding the coronavirus. This is a free service with the latest developments and info. Available in 6 languages. Text keyword BOSCOVID to 99411 to opt in.

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  • Online Safety Tips for BPS Students and Families

    This month, BPS launched a web page with online safety tips and resources for students and families. Click here to learn more about how to stay safe online and on social media.

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  • BPS Translation Services

    Do you need to talk to your child's teacher in one of these languages? Arabic, Cape Verdean, French, Portuguese, Haitian, Chinese, Somali, Spanish, or Vietnamese? If yes, please click here to learn more about using translation rights and services provided to all BPS families.

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  • Stay up-to-date with what's happening at the Winship School. Follow us on Twitter @winship_bps

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  • Red Paint Hospitality Donates $21,000 to the Winship

    Doug Bacon of Red Paint Hospitality Group recently donated more than $21,000 to the Winship School following a recent fundraising campaign in his several Brighton-area restaurants. This is the second consecutive year Mr. Bacon has given such a generous donation to the school. Last year, around $15,000 was donated to the Winship School Library for the purchase of new computers and books. This year's grant will be used to fund improvements in the Winship's Makerspace and in classroom libraries and supplies. Thank you, Mr. Bacon and Red Paint Hospitality!

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  • Mayor Walsh's Letter on BuildBPS

    Please click on the logo to the left to read Mayor Walsh's letter to BPS families on BuildBPS.

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  • Winship School Uniform Policy

    Click on the picture to the left to view a graphic representation of the 2018-2019 uniform policy at the Winship.

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