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Winters ISD votes to approve 4-day school week for 2022-23 school year

WINTERS, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – The Winters Independent School District (ISD) voted Monday night to approve moving to a four-day school week for the next school year.

District officials announced the idea last week.

The Winters ISD School Board voted Monday night, with the vote passing 6-0, KTAB/KRBC confirmed.

If the new schedule is implemented, each school day will be increased by 15 minutes. At the end of the term, school would end on May 25.

With this extra day off, students can attend the Winters ISD After School Center for Education, which is usually open in the summer, for five hours every Friday. The district would also provide breakfast and lunch to each student throughout the school year.

Also with the fifth day, teachers will be able to plan their lessons, grades and tutor students, according to WISD. proposal.

The vote is moving towards implementing a four-day school week for the 2022-2023 school year.


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