High school to hold open house

From left to right: Liberty Steele, Angeles Valadez, Isabella Rougeau and Jackie Ayala prepare for the open house. Courtesy Photo

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The entire community is invited to Winters High School’s annual open house on Wednesday, April 18, 6–7:30 p.m.

While on campus, visitors will encounter a variety of events including demonstrations by the award-winning robotics team, an art show in the Margaret Parsons room of Winters Community Library, and a scavenger hunt in the library where parents have the opportunity to earn extra credit for their sons/daughters by locating various items in the library.

“This is a fun way parents can help students in one of their classes and to see the excellent resource the dual use library is for the high school students and community,” says coordinator Liz Coman.

For the second year, an awards ceremony for students in grades 9–11 begins at 6 p.m. in the gym. Teachers will recognize students for outstanding contributions in their classes. These awards range from academic excellence to most-improved-attitude.

“Please join us for this part of the evening honoring students’ efforts,” says Coman.

Weather permitting, WHS clubs and organizations will set up informational booths in the new quad area for visitors to peruse, and there may be some booths with merchandise for sale. If the weather is inclement, the booths will be located in the main hallway.

At 6:45 p.m., teachers will open their classroom doors for visitors to view the products of students’ labors since August. Classrooms will remain open until 7:30 p.m.

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