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CROWN POINT | Trent Josleyn and Sage Dorsey won the privilege of assisting Winfield principal Mrs. Jillian Alonzo for an entire school day.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary School is proud to announce their February Students of the Month. They include Kason M., Neveah R., Robbie O., Mason I., Braden P., Paikea S., Leah F., Isaac F., Emily E., Marijana G., Niko P., Seth A., Ellie P., Ameen A., Addyson W., Ava F., Rylin S., Jude …
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary School first graders and their teacher Ms. Miller recently celebrated their 100th day of school.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary School students recently participated in a 100 book challenge.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary School announced their January students of the month, which include Isabella D., Hudson V., Kenna F., Christian L., Breeyana P., Addison B., Kolby H., Celia B., Josh E., Liam B., Ryan L., Mackenzie S., Jared P., Samara F., Tanner P., Nicholas S., Gabriella S…
CROWN POINT | The Winfield Bucket Filling club was designed to get students on the path of being a good friend and a bucket filler. A “Bucket Filler” cares deeply about others and is able to show it through daily activities. This week they made name bracelets. They learned that we are all sp…
CROWN POINT | Recently, Winfield Elementary School's Miss Miller’s First Grade students made Thanksgiving placemats for the VNA Hospice residents.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary students donated 1,594 items to be sent to our troops overseas. Students also “posted” their thank you notes to soldiers.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary School Ms. Cholodinski’s second grade class learned why we wear poppies on Veterans Day. Following their learning experience, they made their own paper poppies.
CROWN POINT | Recently, Winfield Elementary School students and staff donned crazy socks to “Sock it to Drugs” during Red Ribbon Week.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary students raised money by selling Smencils. A check for $450.00 was given to the director of the shelter by Principal Jillian Alonzo and second grade teacher Miss Cholodinski.
CROWN POINT | Mrs. King's second grade reading class has been learning about character traits. Students took what they learned and created a pumpkin to resemble a character in a book that they have read. They had to find at least two character traits along with finding evidence in the story …
CROWN POINT | Recently, Winfield Elementary School was visited by Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District representative Betty Huseman.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary School announces their October Students of the Month. The following students were recognized: Gabriel M., Sofija B., Corbin L., Juliana R., Jennifer K., Carter P., Jacob S., Ava H., Aubrey F., Allison H., Tommy G., Anthony A., Heather M., Kaylan W., Madysan …
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary School students raised $450 for the Humane Society by selling 1,000 Smencils in three days.
CROWN POINT | Last month, eighteen teachers from Winfield Elementary received literacy training from Don Sugg of The Great Books Foundation. The model lessons focused on Shared Inquiry, which is a discussion method, a teaching and learning environment, and a way for individuals to achieve a …
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary students participated in the Lakes Of The Four Seasons Fire Department’s coloring contest. Caden D. (Kindergarten) Jori S. (First Grade) and Jackson V. (second grade) were the winners. They were treated to a pancake breakfast at the firehouse.
CROWN POINT | Midwest Gymnastics visited Winfield to teach some basic gymnastic skills to our students. They brought some equipment (flat beam, incline, blocks, spring board, panel mats, low bar and a barrel for different stations) along with a few coaches.
CROWN POINT | September student of the month quality was...Perseverance: You continue with, or finish something in spite of difficulty.
CROWN POINT | Miss Cholodinski's second grade class visited the Tri-Town Safety Village in Schererville, Indiana.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary School teachers and staff work hard to promote safety in their school. They recently practiced bus evacuation drills to ensure student safety.
The second grader students at Winfield Elementary recently celebrated Grinch Day. Everyone wore green and read "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary has recognized students in the month of November for their display of Gratitude. These students include:
Nicole Szypczak, a second-grade teacher at Winfield Elementary School, organized an election to allow kindergarten, first- and second-grade students to experience the democratic process. Students read two books, "Duck For President" and "Otto Runs For President," then voted for their favorit…
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary School students collected many boxes of toiletries and treats for our servicemen and women. Mrs. Ostrozovich’s class is pictured with letters the Kindergarten class wrote to our GI’s Serving overseas.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary Students collected food items so that their neighbors in need could have a Happy Thanksgiving!
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary kindergarteners discussed what it means to be a Veteran. The students decided they wanted to make something for our veterans to say thank you for their service. We decided to make a big sign to display at the local Veteran's Hospital to hopefully show them h…
CROWN POINT | Mrs. Szypczak, a second grade teacher at Winfield Elementary School, organized an election so that kindergarten, first and second grade students could experience the democratic process.
CROWN POINT | Winfield Elementary recently recognized their October Students of the Month Recognized for Self-control.
CROWN POINT | Mrs. King's second grade reading class has been learning about character traits. Students took what they learned and created a pumpkin to resemble a character in a book that they have read. They had to find at least two character traits. They did an amazing job!
CROWN POINT | The Lakes Of The Four Seasons Fire Department came to Winfield Elementary for Fire Prevention Week. The Kindergarten students got a personal tour of the fire truck.
CROWN POINT | Congratulations to the following "Winfield Elementary Students of the Month" for September who have been recognized for their display of perseverance.
CRONW POINT | Every year Winfield Elementary School Kindergarten classes have their own version of the Indianapolis 500 called the “Kindy 500.”
CROWN POINT | The Winfield/Jerry Ross Elementary School PTO has announced the Winfield Elementary Students of the Month. Each month, students are nominated by their teachers based on the Crown Point Life Skills Program.
CROWN POINT | There is something about school spirit that is pure magic. It is hard to explain to others outside of the school environment but the feeling of a united and spirited school community is simply amazing.
CROWN POINT | The Winfield-Jerry Ross Elementary PTO recently announced the Winfield Elementary "Students of the Month" for December.
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