• Update: 8/4/20

    Middle School Families,
    While considering all the circumstances with starting the school year, district leadership, in collaboration with middle and K-8 building leaders, have made the decision to delay the start of ALL middle school sports.
    Please understand, we are not canceling sports for the year. We are simply delaying the start to focus on the academic start of the year, as well as developing new systems for our schools to successfully function in our new protocols.
    When will sports start? Because of the rapidly changing circumstances we face, we will not set a firm date at this time. We will continue to monitor all of the related factors and make the decision to begin in plenty of time to plan and communicate with all stakeholders.
    As a result of these changes, it may shorten the seasons, the number of events we can hold, and when sports will be placed into the calendar. By waiting, we also hope that we will be able to allow  spectators at events. 
    Thank you for your understanding and patience as we navigate these challenging circumstances. We will periodically update you as we continue to evaluate the situation.
    Bob Billings
    Director of Athletics & Activities
     
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  • Welcome To Winograd Athletics

    Hello and welcome to Winograd Athletic page! The most importent people to know is Mrs. Bishop 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  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.

     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.