Dr. Teresa Jackson, Superintendent
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SB 2495, MS Code § 37-7-104.4 requires the administrative consolidation of the Montgomery County School District and the Winona Public School District into the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District on July 1, 2018. Conditioned on the consolidation going forward, students residing in Montgomery County in grades 7-12 will attend Winona Secondary School when school begins in August. Winona Secondary School staff will host a meeting for students in grades 6 – 11 who are not currently attending Winona School District and their parents to choose classes and receive information about extracurricular activities, such as: baseball, basketball, cheerleading, football, fast- and slow-pitch softball, soccer, tennis, track, band, choir, and clubs.
Meetings will be held Monday, May 7th in the Winona Secondary School auditorium at the following times:
- Students entering grades 7, 8, and 9 will meet at 6:00pm
- Students entering grade 10, 11, and 12 will meet at 7:00pm
Winona Secondary School counselor, Mrs. Tracy Carter, will discuss course selection with students and parents. WSS coaches will be on hand to meet students and parents and will have team schedules, athletic physical permission forms, and tryout information and dates available.
We are excited to announce the formation of the WMCSD Advisory Council. Click here to download the Handbook and Application or here for the Advisory Council Application only
We invite parents of WMCSD students to complete the WMCSD Federal Program Comprehensive Needs Assessment. Directions can be found by clicking Federal Programs Survey Directions for Parents.
Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District’s new superintendent, Dr. Teresa Jackson, hosted a meeting for parents of students attending schools of Montgomery County School District on Thursday, February 22 at 6:00 at the MCHS Auditorium. Her goal for the meeting was to hear ideas and thoughts from the parents who are valued partners and stakeholders in the education of students.
Dr. Jackson believes it is important to consider all perspectives as she works with faculty, staff, parents, students, and community members from both districts and the county to develop the plan for the new district. She would like to gain information regarding the current status of education in MCSD and the challenges and opportunities that should be addressed in strategic planning for the creation of a new successful district.
This meeting and others will allow Dr. Jackson to listen to as many voices as possible to aid in the development of a shared vision for the future of the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District and the plan of action that will bring it to life.