Winona Elementary School
Winona is a school of innovative thinkers that focuses on the whole child to meet their every need. We are a family-focused school. By engaging our families, we reach and teach every student. Students are offered choices in their learning and we believe that all students can learn.
Every kid, Every day!
Winona Elementary will provide a safe, purposeful learning environment focused on academic standards and social skills. This climate will enable all students to be successful while creating a commitment to the lifelong learning process.
School Spirit Day
Every Wednesday, wear your Winona gear or our school colors!
Winona Elementary School is named after Winona Washburn Taylor (1855-1945), the daughter of early Loveland settler Judge John Washburn. In late 1874, John Washburn officially platted a town site near the present-day Winona Elementary and named the town “Winona” in honor of his daughter. The settlement was short-lived and eventually became part of present-day Loveland. Ms. Washburn became a well-known Loveland pioneer and educator, and the school community is very proud to honor her legacy.