• D6 Athletics and Activities
    All CHSAA activities and practices, this includes middle school athletics and activities, field trips, and all District 6 gatherings of potentially 100 or more guests are canceled until at least April 6, 2020. This includes school performances, competitions and other large school functions. A decision about high school proms will be made the week of March 23rd.

    All extra-curricular and co-curricular afterschool activities and events at district sites that do not involve visitors or other students from outside the school will still be held. Examples of these types of activities include elementary honor choir, MLO/21st Century funded after school programming, musical rehearsal, and club meetings. Staff with questions about their events should go to their principal, and principals will go to their supervisor if needed.

    If any question please contact Athletic Director Mrs. Bishop at 970-348-2610 or by email jbishop3@greeleyschools.org.  We here at Winograd thank you for your understanding in this matter.

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  • Welcome To Winograd Athletics

    Hello and welcome to Winograd Athletic page! The most importent people to know is Mrs. Bishop, Ms. Kunkel and your Coaches. Please feel free to check out what we offer along the left hand side bar. If there are any question please feel free to contact Ms. Kunkel at akunkel@greeleyschools.org (970) 348-2692 or Mrs. Bishop at  jbishop3@greeleyschools.org.

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  • Schedules

    Updated schedules have been posted. Please visit sport specific pages for more information.

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  • ATTENTION PARENTS

    Want to get involved? 

    We are looking for any pictures at any sporting event that your student athlete is in.

     click here to send them! We appreciate all you do! 

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  • Parent's Playbook Video

    Playing sports is about much more than learning the physical skills of the game and winning championships. For students, playing high school sports is about having fun, building lifelong friendships, preparing to take on future challenges, learning how to be a good teammate, and simply enjoying the game.

    So how can we as parents and coaches show up and support the student-athletes in our lives, regardless of performance or the outcome of the game? We sat down with high school students and asked them—why they play, how they feel about parental pressure, and what kind of support they need before, during and after the game.