Dec 17
Season's Greetings


As we approach our Winter Break, I wanted to express my heartfelt wishes to all of you this Holiday Season.  I know this will not be an easy break for many, but I hope you will find some joy and com​fort from your family and friends.  This will be an unusual Winter Break in many respects; however, we should remain thankful for the little things that we so often take for granted. 
On behalf of the Staff of Sir Winston Churchill High School – Best of the Season to you all.  We hope you all keep well and enjoy some well-deserved rest.
Sincerely,
Mr. A. Rajan

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