Winston County Schools

Winston County Schools preparing for food supply shortage possiblities


Crystal Parrish, far right, manager of the Double Springs Elementary School Cafeteria, is shown with employees Crystal Colburn and Debra Sutherland inside the new freezer, where they are storing perishable items ahead of possible food shortages..
WINSTON COUNTY - The goal of Winston County Schools is to provide students with the most nutritious lunch, even if it means pulling from additional resources.

Military voting begins for Nov. 9, special election


Winston County Probate Judge Sheila Moore holds up a sample ballot for the Nov. 9, election.
WINSTON COUNTY - The process of absentee voting for military personnel started today in preparation for the Nov. 9, special election, which will ask voters to decide whether to renew five mills of property tax benefiting both Winston County and Haleyville City school systems.

Special election November 9

WINSTON COUNTY - A resolution passed by the Winston County Commission Monday morning, Aug. 9, means renewing five mills of property tax benefiting both Haleyville City and Winston County schools will now go before county voters to decide in a special election Tuesday, Nov. 9.

Lynn Elementary, Lynn High and Meek High principals coming to Winston County Schools' Central Office


The new district administrators for Winston County Schools, from l-r: Jennifer Baker, who was serving as Lynn Elementary School’s principal; Marla Murrah, who was serving as Meek High School’s principal and Todd Tittle, who was serving as Lynn High School’s principal.
WINSTON COUNTY - Windfall funding to the Winston County Board of Education is being used to offset the costs of creating three new positions at the central office, with the filling of those positions causing a complete turnover at schools in Meek and Lynn.