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SSDA Today article - Growing the Future in Winters

Recently the Small School District's Association published its Fall/Winter 2017 "SSDA Today.  Below is just a small sample of the article.  Please click on the following link to see the article in its entirety. 

In just a few short years, the Winters Joint Unified School District has embraced a new vision for student success and launched a series of initiatives designed to prepare students to be future-ready.

For the Winters Joint Unified School District, our motto says it all.  Simply put, we are “Rooted in Excellence.”  As a small school district, located in the heart of California’s Central Valley, Winters is a farming community and being “rooted” takes on special significance.

In Winters, we celebrate and recognize our community roots. The adults in our town go above and beyond to support our youth, and so do the staff members in the Winters Joint Unified School District.  As it is in many small districts, every staff member knows every student and every school plays a vital role in connecting the community.

Over the past few years, amidst much change in education, it has been important for us in the Winters JUSD to return to our roots as we set a focus for the future.  In reflecting on the work we have done, and where we still want to go, the following principles have guided our efforts in implementing our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and other district initiatives.

1. Have a Clear Vision

2. Align All Goals

3. Embrace a Mindset for Growth

4. Be Strengths-based

Like the farmers in our community, we’ve cultivated the soil, planted the seeds, and are eagerly awaiting harvest. For the students and staff in the Winters Joint Unified School District, there is daily excitement as we work together to grow the future.

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