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Dig Pink! 
Wednesday, October 7th and Thursday, October 8th found all Winograd CUBS wearing pink in recognition of the fight against Breast Cancer.  Our 8th Grade Volleyball teams competed against Prairie Heights Middle School during our "Dig Pink" night on Wednesday.
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The team presented roses to Coach Flores in commemoration of her six years of remaining Cancer free.
Samantha C. and Simone C. were happy to celebrate with Coach Flores.  Proceeds from the games on Wednesday and Thursday will be donated to the NCMC Breast Center.
Our CUBS follow Harold S. Winograd's motto:  "Give until it feels good."


Winograd K-8 School kicked off their 2015 United Way Student Campaign on Thursday, October 1st.  Winograd's faculty and staff greeted the students while wearing pig noses to help generate excitement. 

Coins, (and folding money) are being gathered to help raise funds for United Way.  This will help determine which of our faculty or staff members will earn the right to kiss a pig at the end of the campaign.  
The Greeley West High School FFA Chapter brought “Dade” the pig to introduce to our students. 
We’re having a lot of fun while also sharing United Way’s good works in our community.


Thursday, September 17th the entire student body gathered in the gymnasium for our September COURAGE Assembly.  Awards
We kicked off the assembly by recognizing the students who were awarded for showing Compassion this month.
Grade levels with the Highest Daily Attendance average were awarded trophies, ribbons and treats.  Here sixth grade teacher, Mrs. Flores accepts the awards for her group.

We talked about fundraising safety by using a skit with 4th grade teacher Mrs. Douglas and 8th graders EJ, and Crystal.

ttime  song
The drawing for T-Time winners was held and we concluded our time together by singing the school song with 2nd Grade teacher Mrs. Warden. It was a great kick-off to a wonderful year!  Our CUBS celebrate the joy of learning every day!

Watch this space for pictures and info about our Student Athletes. 

Our Cross Country Team won a couple of watermelons in their opening meet at Monfort Park. 

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