• Windsor Chamber of Commerce Large Employer Breakfast
    The Windsor Chamber of Commerce hosted a Large Employer Breakfast at Windsor High School. Following an opening speech by Michael Kraemer of Leipold, participants learned about cutting edge STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programming offered at WHS. Teachers and students discussed NASA HUNCH prototypes, STEAM guitars, Electrathon components, and Go Baby Go vehicles. Breakfast was also provided by the aspiring chefs of our high school culinary program.
Homework Survey Results: K-5 Families
  • Businesses Fueling Minds Through Books
    The Windsor Chamber of Commerce and Windsor Public Schools work together each year to offer businesses an opportunity to support Windsor students through the "Businesses Fueling Minds Through Books" program.

    Windsor businesses donate the cost of a book for each classroom in the elementary grades. If the company chooses to donate the cost of a book, the company's name is included on the inside cover of one book. The company also has the option of sending a volunteer to read the book to an elementary school classroom.

    This great opportunity allows Windsor businesses to join a collaborative effort to re-enforce the importance of reading!
  • WPS Announces CAPSS Student Leadership Award Recipients
    Windsor Public Schools ​is pleased to announce the recipients of the CAPSS (CT Association of Public School Superintendent's) Student Leadership Awards for Windsor High School and Sage Park Middle School. The CAPSS Superintendent's Student Leadership Awards are based on community service and service to others, academic prowess (relative to ability), and leadership service to the school community.


    Dr. Craig Cooke, Superintendent of Schools, along with Cristina Santos, Board of Education President, Windsor High School Principal Uyi Osunde and Sage Park Middle School Principal Paul Cavaliere presented the recipients with their awards on November 15, 2016 at the Windsor Town Hall. These awards recognize the following students who have served their schools and communities while maintaining good scholastic progress.


    The Sage Park Middle School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipients are Ayana Shrestha (Academic Excellence), Leonardo Sanchez (Leadership) and Maryam Choudhury (Community Service).

    The Windsor High School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipients are Jordan Tyburski (Academic Excellence), Amani Jorgensen (Leadership), and Raymond Sanderson, (Community Service).


    ​The Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) is an organization that represents all of the superintendents and leaders of public schools in Connecticut. Their mission is to lead the continuous improvement of public education for all students by advocating public policy and developing and supporting executive school leaders.
  • Sage Park Middle School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Ayana Shrestha (Academic Excellence)
  • Sage Park Middle School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Leonardo Sanchez (Leadership)
  • Sage Park Middle School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Maryam Choudhury (Community Service)
  • Windsor High School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Jordan Tyburski (Academic Excellence)
  • Windsor High School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Amani Jorgensen (Leadership)
  • Windsor High School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Raymond Sanderson (Community Service)
  • WHS Girl's Bball Team Invites All Female Students To "Girls Night Out" 12/12/16
    The Windsor High School Girl's Basketball team is honoring all the young ladies in the district by inviting them to a Girl’s Night Out! Any female student is encouraged to attend the first game of the season on December 12th at 6:45 p.m., FREE of charge.

    On this same evening, the Windsor High School Leadership Council and the Big Sister Mentoring Program will begin promoting their "I Play Like A Girl" campaign. We are learning that our female youth are dropping out of sports at an alarming rate across the country. As a district, we are encouraging our youth to continue to play sports as well as making them aware of all of the benefits that are gained from participation in sports. All female youth in attendance at the game will be recognized and will have the opportunity to meet our wonderful female athletes from Windsor High School.

    Please show your school spirit by wearing your school shirt. We hope to see you there!

    If you have any questions please feel free to contact Kendrick Moore at 860.713.9957 or via email at kemoore@windsorct.org.
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally
    The Windsor Public Schools Office of Family and Community Partnership hosted a Family PEP Rally prior to the South Windsor vs Windsor Football game on November 4th!

    Families enjoyed great food, activities and a PEP rally with the WHS Cheerleaders prior to the game.

    Thank you to everyone who attended!
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family PEP Rally
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family PEP Rally
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family PEP Rally
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family PEP Rally
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family PEP Rally
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family PEP Rally
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family PEP Rally
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family PEP Rally
10/19/16 Re: Free and Reduced Meals from Windsor Food Services
Free and reduced priced meal applications with extended carry over eligibility from last school year have expired. Students will be allowed to charge their meals until Friday, October 21, 2016. Please complete and return a free and reduced priced meal application as soon as possible. http://bit.ly/WFRlunch
WHS Class of 2016 Graduation Photos
Windsor Student Heads to White House to Represent CT In 2016 Healthy Lunchtime Challenge
Windsor Student Heads to White House to Represent CT In 2016 Healthy Lunchtime Challenge
Windsor student, Kalaya Moody, just graduated from the fifth grade at John F. Kennedy School and her next stop is the White House!

Kalaya is one of 1,200 young chefs who entered this year's "Healthy Lunchtime Challenge," a nationwide recipe challenge for kids that promotes cooking and healthy eating as part of the first lady's Let's Move! Initiative.

Kalaya won the competition with her “Springtime Lunchtime” recipe and is invited to the White House to represent Connecticut at the Kids’ “State Dinner” hosted by Mrs. Obama on Thursday, July 14, 2016!

Please click the link below to view the story that aired on FOX 61:

VIDEO: http://fox61.com/…/11-year-old-windsor-girl-ready-to-cook-…/
  • WPS Announces First-Ever Paraeducator of the Year Recipient
    Windsor Public Schools is pleased to recognize Neelam Kumar as the first-ever recipient of the Paraeducator of the Year Award for 2016-2017. Kumar was selected out of 57 nominees following an application process and an interview with a district selection committee. She was nominated by her colleagues at John F. Kennedy School based on her professionalism, care and dedication to supporting student achievement.

    Kumar is a graduate of Sagar University in Khandwa, India where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics. She also attended SCS Business & Technical Institute in New York. Neelam lives with her family in Windsor. Kumar currently serves as a paraeducator in Windsor Public Schools since 2005 after seven years as a substitute teacher.

    The Windsor Public Schools’ Paraeducator of the Year Program recognizes and honors paraprofessional excellence. This recipient serves as a visible and vocal representative of what is best in the profession. The program celebrates excellence by recognizing paraeducators who have inspired a love for learning in their students and who have distinguished themselves in the profession.

    Kumar will now serve as Windsor Public Schools’ nominee for the State of Connecticut Paraeducator of the Year. The Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) and the School Paraprofessional Advisory Council established the Anne Marie Murphy Paraeducator of the Year Program in 2013 to recognize one paraeducator across the state who has demonstrated exceptional skills and dedication in the performance of their job. The award is named in honor of Anne Marie Murphy, a paraeducator who was killed in the Sandy Hook shooting. Kumar will soon work on her State of Connecticut Paraeducator of the Year application due in mid-May.
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