Elementary & Intermediate Education PK-6

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    Building a Solid Foundation

    Winchester Public Schools is extremely proud of its four elementary schools, which serve grades Pre-K-4 students, and one intermediate school, which serves grades 5-6 students. These schools provide a wide variety of experiences and opportunities to prepare students for middle school, high school-- and beyond.

    Our Pre-K to grade 6 programs are designed to build a solid academic foundation while developing each student’s unique interests and strengths. With extraordinary fine arts, innovative STEM technologies, computing devices for every student, and more, we are equipped to provide a 21st Century education. Each elementary school has a dynamic school theme including:

    Frederick Douglass Douglass Elementary School
    Growing Global Leaders in Language and Literacy

    Garland Quarles Elementary School
    A Thriving Literacy Community in a STEM School

    John Kerr Elementary School
    Destination Greatness: Full STEAM Ahead!

    Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart
    Global Leadership: Local leaders today! Global leaders tomorrow!

    Daniel Morgan Intermediate School
    Where there is a strong focus on the inter-connectedness of global learning and STEM education with the four core subjects of English, mathematics, science and history. Additionally, students are provided exceptional opportunities in the fine arts, education, technology and world cultures.


    Our Teachers

    Our teachers are trained to address the multiple learning styles of young, active minds and to foster complex, creative thinking. The Pre-K to grade 6 years are a time of growth and exploration. Winchester Public schools provide programs and activities that incorporate the 5 C’s of relevant, project-based learning—Creativity, Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Communication, and Citizenship–into all subject areas so that students are actively engaged in learning and applying information.

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