Teresa Jackson

Teresa Jackson , 22 days ago

A big TIGER thank you to Ms. Jackie Campbell for honoring the Winona High School Class of 2020 with the beautiful signs placed in Duck Hill, Kilmichael, and Winona. Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District is proud of each one of the 69 seniors that will be graduating on May 23 at 11:00am at the Montgomery County Coliseum. WMCSD - Working together, Moving forward, Creating opportunities for Student success and Dynamic futures.

Teresa Jackson

Teresa Jackson , about 1 month ago

We need every WMCSD parent to complete this survey

05/05/2020 Our total number of completed surveys is 184, so we have more work to do. The survey focuses on devices at home, home internet access, and the quality/reliability of that connection. Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District’s survey link is

The results of the survey will be sent to the MS Department of Education who will share the information with the Governor's office. The surveys will be due to WMCSD by Friday, May 9, 2020.

Teresa Jackson

Teresa Jackson , about 1 month ago

Winona Elementary School Medication Pick Up Wednesday, May 6th, 8:00am-11:00am. This includes daily medications, as needed medications, inhalers, nebulizer medications and equipment, diastat, and epipens.
In order to follow social distancing guidelines, parents/guardians will pull through the circle drive and staff will assist you through your car window. PreK - 1st grade: 8:00-9:00 2nd - 4th grade: 9:00-10:00 5th - 6th grade: 10:00-11:00.
In the event that parent/guardian is unable to make it during this time, you are able to give permission to another individual. Parent/guardian MUST contact the school nurse with the name of the individual prior to pick up time. Also, to make sure that the medications are given to the correct person, all parents/guardians and individuals with permission will be required to show ID in order to pick up medications.
Messages will be sent out to parents/guardians from the school nurse, but if you have any questions or would like to discuss this further, please contact Felisha Pitt at

Teresa Jackson

Teresa Jackson , about 1 month ago

WMCSD COVID-19 Update from Dr. Jackson 04.08.2020
Hello, WMCSD Students, Families, and Employees. I hope you are healthy and adjusting to the stay-at-home order. Your main goal right now should be to take care of yourself and your family. You can find guidelines for protecting your family at the Mississippi Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control.
THANK YOU to every TIGER big and small! It takes all of us to be successful in times such as these. We are up for the challenge! We are TIGERStrong!
Students, we can see that you are logging in to your accounts and working on activities assigned by your teachers. You can work in the online programs or complete the packets created by your teachers on the WMCSD website. You can print the packets or view them online and write your answers on a sheet of paper. We encourage you to read and write everyday, learn more about something you are interested in, and help your parents out around the house. Even though the work is not graded, you know how important it is for you to learn something everyday! Keep up the good work!
Parents, we appreciate you encouraging and helping your children to keep learning while at home. Thank you for responding to teachers’ texts and phone calls. We need to hear from you and your children. Don’t forget about our email hotline at and your teachers’ office hours. If we can assist you, please let us know. All of our email addresses can be found on the website.
Guideline for at-home learning:
Reading - 30 minutes for elementary to 45 minutes for secondary
Language - 30 minutes for elementary to 45 minutes for secondary
Math - 30 minutes for elementary to 45 minutes for secondary
Science - can be included with Reading. Experiments are fun! Do it, write about it!
Social Studies - can be included in Reading. Read about it, write about it!
Creative Classes - arts and crafts, music, dance, foreign language, etc.
Teachers and Staff, thank you for everything you have done to support our students and families during the school closure. Anytime we need something, you step up and take care of the need. Your dedication to our students and their education and wellbeing is evident even in these challenging circumstances. You are the best!
Frequently Asked Questions:
When will we go back to school?
We are scheduled to start back April 20th, but that could change. We will share new information as it becomes available.
Do we have to make up the days missed?
No, we are not required to make up the days.
Will we go to school in June and July?
We do not have an answer at this time. We will share information as it becomes available.
Will we have graduation?
We will do everything we can to celebrate our seniors and have a graduation ceremony. We do not know when or how at this time.
How will we know if we pass or fail?
We are working on our plan to present to the WMCSD Board at the April Board meeting, but we really need to know if we will return to school at all before we make the final decision.

Teresa Jackson

Teresa Jackson , 2 months ago

WMCSD Grab & Go Meals will be suspended during the Stay-at-Home order issued by Governor Reeves from 5:00pm this evening until April 20, 2020 at 8:00am.
Our number one goal is to keep our students and employees safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please adhere to the order, practice social distancing, and wash your hands often.
We miss our Tiger community! Stay healthy and choose joy!
Teresa Jackson, Superintendent

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