- HyVee Scholarship
- iHelpBlog Scholarship
- FastWeb Scholarship
- Discover Scholarship
- ROVE Pest Control
- Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation
- MCC Scholarship Program
- Daughters of American Revolution
- Viterbo Health & Science
- MN Masonic Charities Scholarship
- FFA Scholarship
- Washington Crossing Foundation
- Unigo Scholarship
- Marine Credit Union
- United Educators
- GE - Reagan Foundation
- Clean Air Choice
- Great Clips Scholarship
MCIS (Minnesota Career Information System) is a comprehensive career information and planning system for high school students and adults. It includes a wealth of information on occupations, post-secondary schools of all types, scholarships, job search skills and much more. Users are able to create personal portfolios that support lifelong career planning and promote career self-reliance. MCIS includes tools that encourage self-assessment, exploration, research, goal setting, and decision-making.
By the end of 8th grade all WMS students will have set up a MCIS account with the assistance of their school counselor.
The WSHS Health Office is located on the first floor near the main office. The Health Office is open each student school day from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm.
Our School Nurse is Mitzi Girtler, RN. She is at WSHS on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Students utilize the health office daily when ill or injured and for daily treatments or medications. We also screen all sophomores each year for vision and hearing status.
Families in Housing Transition
Winona Area Public Schools participates in the F.I.T. Program. During these difficult economic times many families are struggling to keep jobs and homes, and to cover basic expenses. Also, some families are going through relationship changes that are putting stressors on the lives in that household.
Families in Transition is available to assist parents and guardians who may be in need of assistance. In the Winona Area Public Schools we can help get youngsters enrolled in a pre-school program, Community Education offerings, school-aged childcare, or a K-12 academic or athletic program. The F.I.T. program is free and is available year round to also help with information and questions about registration, immunizations, and school breakfast and lunch programs.
The Miller Mentoring program promotes and nurtures the relationship between mentor and student. When a positive relationship is created, we begin to see our students gain:
- Appropriate Social Interactions
- Emotional Maturity
- Improved Self-confidence
- Academic Success
Winona Middle School program meets Mondays, Tuesdays, or Wednesdays from 3:30 - 5:00 pm in room 280 at WMS.
Winona Senior High School program meets Mondays, Tuesdays, or Wednesdays from 3:30 - 5:00 pm in room 229 at WSHS.
The program schedule coincides with District 861 calendar.
Become a Mentor
- Must be 18 years of age
- Complete an application that includes references and background check.
- Attend a mandatory training session.
- Be dependable, consistent, respectful, understanding, patient and positive.
- Commit to one day per week for the academic school year.