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At a Glance




Character-building Monthly Virtues


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Free and Reduced Lunch

Free and Reduced Lunch

We will offer healthy, balanced meals to all students, including hot lunch each full school day. Our free and reduced program will be available to families that qualify.

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Before and After School Care

Before and After School Care

We have partnered with PTAA to provide before and after school care for our families.

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Busing will not be provided, so parents will be expected to provide the means for children to get to and from our school.

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Dress Code

Dress Code

We will have a dress code designed to reduce distractions so children can focus on academic success. Our dress code will be flexible and cost effective.

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Spotlight: Winterville's First Day Back to School

Stacey Ryan, principal at Winterville, shared that her favorite part about being back in the building with students was seeing their shining faces, even if behind a mask, and observing their excitement in returning to school. “When students feel safe and receive heartfelt greetings from their teachers, the enthusiasm they project as they interact with each other is contagious."
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Activities & More

In addition to our academics and moral focus, we will support our students with a variety of extracurricular programs.

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We look forward to offering a variety of sports for our students to participate in.



We will offer music class (specials), Band, Choir

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Visual Arts

We will offer art classes

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We look forward to offering different extra-curricular activities and clubs for our students.

Principal Ortiz
Ms. Amanda Ortiz-Torres began her educational career as a math teacher in Hawaii. She then taught second grade, then first grade before relocating back to Colorado Springs to teach English as a second language (ESL) to grades K-6.
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