100 St. Mary's Street
Windthorst, TX 76389


(940) 423-6688


(940) 423-6505



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Windthorst ISD

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“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination”. –Jimmy Dean

Congratulations Windthorst Trojans on your State Championship!

School Hours

M-F: 7:45 to 3:30
Weekends: Closed

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Reminder from Cafeteria

Starting the week of Feb 15th the cafeteria will NOT offer the "to go boxes" for students AT school. They will still get the option of the sandwich on the menu, but they will get to choose their sides on the line. I will continue to make boxes for any remote learners...

This Week in Basketball 1/18/21

Tuesday: HS teams vs Olney. Games begin at 5:30. JV teams in PE gym and varsity in main gym. Thursday: JH girls vs Petrolia. Start time 5:00. 7A followed by 8A. JH Boys at Petrolia games start at 5pm. Friday: HS @ Archer City.  Games begin at 5:30. JV in back gym and...

Upcoming Events

Thu 25

HS Track Meet @ Windthorst

February 25 @ 3:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Fri 26

Band Fish Fry

February 26 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Mar 01

JH Track @ Seymour

March 1 @ 3:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Mar 04
Mar 04

Free Lunch and Breakfast

Windthorst ISD has been approved by the USDA to offer free breakfast and lunch meals to all children, ages 18 and under, through December 31, 2020.  The basic meal will be free but any add-ons or extras will be paid for by the student. (example: extra milk)

The meals will be available for non-school age (1-5) children beginning 10-20-2020 as a grab and go option, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9:00 AM to 11:00 am, (Please order meals the day before or before 8:00 AM that morning @ 940-423-6644).

If you owe a balance, please clear these up as soon as possible.  All money in accounts currently will be left in the students account until January for use when this Cares Program discontinues.

Please contact Sydni Humpert at  or  940-423-6644 for more information.

Thank you,

Lonnie Hise

Return to School Plan

Click on link below to view the view the Return to School Plan for the 2020-2021 school year.

Return To School Plan

Season Ticket on Sale

Due to the Covid-19 situation sports venues around the state and here at Windthorst have been required to limit the attendance to 50 percent of the maximum capacity in the bleachers. In an effort to make sure you are allowed to attend football games we will be selling season passes for the 5 home varsity football games. The price for the passes will be $25 for the season. We will sell the tickets at the gate for the normal price of $6 for adult and $4 for students. We will set back 2 passes, to purchase, for varsity football players, band members, and cheerleaders parents. There will be a maximum of 2 passes reserved per family. This will guarantee parents the opportunity to attend the games if they purchase tickets. These passes can be purchased in the Superintendent’s Office prior to the 1st home ball game. They will not be sold at the gate. The Superintendent’s Office hours are 8:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m., Monday – Friday.

Please call the Superintendent’s Office if you have any questions.

School Supply List

Click on link below to go to the 2020-2021 School Supply List for all grades.

2020-2021 School Supply List

HRS Certification

Windthorst ISD has been working hard to achieve Marzano Resources HRS Certifications for the last two years. Here is the different levels of certification a district can achieve. Windthorst Elementary has received their Level 2 Certification and the Windthorst Junior High & High School has received their Level 1 Certification! Great things are happening at WISD! Congratulations goes out to our staff for all their hard work achieving these certifications!

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About Us

Windthorst High School is among the State’s most dominant programs in Volleyball. The Trojanettes participated in the UIL state final four every year since 1991 (until 2009 when the streak finally ended) and were in the Class A championship game in all but two of those years, including a 12 year stretch from 1997-2008. The school has 13 state titles in Volleyball, the most of any Class A program and tied with East Bernard for the most in any classification.

In addition, Windthorst also won the 1996 and 2003 Class A State Football championships.

The Softball Program has won two Class A State Softball Championships in 2004, 2005.

The Trojans Baseball Team won the school’s first Class A State Championship in 2010.

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Windthorst FFA also has 2 State Championships in Dairy Judging.

The first was won in 1990 and the other in 2011.

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School Nurse

Susan Veitenheimer, RN
Phone: (940) 423-6679
Fax: (940) 423-6505

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Our Cafeteria Manager:

Syndi Humpert
Phone: 940-423-6644

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Windthorst Independent School District is a public school district based in Windthorst, Texas, USA.

Located in Archer County , the district extends into a portion of Clay County.

Our Mission & Vision

Our goal at Windthorst Independent School District is to ensure that all students succeed at every grade level and graduate from high school fully prepared and equipped for the next level of their educational journey.  Every staff member in the Windthorst Independent School District is committed to providing our students with the tools to explore and achieve their potential, to take responsibility for their own learning, and to recognize that learning is a lifelong process. We provide a stimulating, secure, and imaginative environment which fosters learning, self-esteem, and independent thinking. At Windthorst ISD, our kids genuinely come first.

The Windthorst Independent School Distrist has a proud tradition of educational achievement, receiving an “A” rating in the newly formed Accountably System in 2017-2018.









Our Superintendent

Parents, Staff, Community,
I know all of you are following the ever changing situation and responses surrounding the COVID-19 virus. I understand this is a challenging time for all of us.
Through all of this, Windthorst ISD is continuing to place the educational needs and safety of the students and staff at the forefront. All of our work environments have changed but our dedication to the students remains steadfast. I am very proud of our staff for their diligence in continuing as they prepare for the upcoming school year and ways to meet all of students educational needs
Our maintenance staff is continuing to keep our grounds and buildings well maintained as well as updated procedures for cleaning and sanitizing. The business office is adapting to changing regulations and still keeping the day to day business running smoothly. As TEA continues to update, we are working to ensure that we are following guidelines to ensure the safety of all students and staff. We will be updating parents and community through website, social media, and emails when necessary.
Please discuss with your students that there may be some changes in the upcoming year. Help us set the tone for a great year by preparing your child that there maybe a few changes but are needed for their safety. Encourage your students to be willing to work with teachers and to have a positive attitude. The staff will be understanding of how hard the changes may be for some and will continue to be positive, encouraging and compassionate with your children.
We are looking forward to this coming year, ready to meet the challenges that lay ahead and continue the high level of education that you have come to know here at Windthorst ISD.

Lonnie Hise

Lonnie Hise

Superintendent, Windthorst ISD