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WPS Families: If you are looking for before or after school care for your elementary school-aged child, please call the Tree House office (687.2000 x 237) for more information. Registration is ongoing. However, families must register by August 22nd in order to be enrolled on the first day of school.

Our Tree House before and after school care program is conveniently located at each school for children in grades PreK-5 enrolled in Windsor Public Schools. Open Monday- Friday from 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

The mission is to provide a high quality, recreational enrichment program that supports social, emotional and cognitive development.
Community Block Party
Community Block Party
The Windsor Youth Services Bureau and Windsor Police Department Presents Community Block Party!
  • BOE Meeting District Recognitions 6.20.17
    BOE Meeting District Recognitions 6.20.17
    Emily Bernstein (Board of Education Purchase Prize)

    This year, the Board of Education Purchase Prize goes to Emily Bernstein for her pen & ink drawing of First Church on Palisado Ave. This was Emily's first formal project in the Pre-AP Art Class that she took her junior year. Emily was challenged to create a landscape that spoke to her experiences within our community and she selected this historic landmark. This piece served as a foundation for Emily to begin her formal AP Art investigation in her senior year where she posed the question: How are we influenced byplace? Emily spent much of this year interviewing friends and family as she composed pen and ink works that depicted their experiences and the places they felt shaped them the most. Emily's artist statement concludes with these thoughts: "Sometimes it takes time and reflection to see the impact that an environment has had on aperson. ..As I leave this town, I have a better awareness of how Windsor has shaped mypersonal values, interests, and beliefs. My hope is that viewers walk awayfrom my artwork thinking about what defines them, and whatplaces and experiences are linked to that aspect of their identity." This fall, Emily will head to Marist College to pursue a degree in Communications with a focus on Public Relations.
  • BOE Meeting District Recognitions 6.20.17
    BOE Meeting District Recognitions 6.20.17
    Jennifer Wolf (Superintendent's Choice Purchase Prize)

    This year, the Superintendent's Purchase Prize goes to Jennifer Wolf for her watercolor painting titled "School Spirit". This piece was part of Jennifer's formal investigation during her AP Art class where she posed the question: How does thefashion industry impact those around me? In preparations for her own career in Fashion, Jennifer spent this year examining the role of fashion as an outlet for individual expression versus a unifier for groups. In her artist statement, Jennifer shares: "WhenI wear ajersey in one of myfield hockey games, it represents me as a teamplayer that has ajob on thefield ...The uniforms represent unity between our team, connecting us
    all. " Her painting "School Spirit" evokes a sense of pride and community simply from the image of the back of a varsity jacket. Jennifer has taken something many of us overlook each day, the simple act of picking out what we are going to wear, and revealed its powerful and subliminal impacts. In the fall, Jennifer will attend Massachusetts College of Art & Design where she plans to major in Fashion Design.
  • BOE Meeting District Recognitions 6.20.17
    BOE Meeting District Recognitions 6.20.17
    Vanessa Munley (Windsor High School Purchase Prize)

    This year's Windsor High School Purchase Prize goes to Vanessa Munley for her acrylic painting titled "Adolescence." This piece was her final project in her honors Painting class this spring, where she was challenged to explore mark-making using non-traditional tools and techniques. Inthis self-portrait, Vanessa chose a young image of herself in a butterfly garden
    while on a family vacation. Knowing that graduation was just around the comer, it gave her time to reflect back on her childhood. The expressive marks and values of pink are symbolic of the innocence of a child. In the fall, Vanessa will study Mathematics at Drexel University.
  • Windsor Students Receive CABE Student Leadership Awards
    Windsor High School students Gianna Wood, Kris Varholak and Sage Park Middle School students Anahilee Cauley, Evan Petkis were recently recognized by the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) with Student Leadership Awards.

    Students are nominated to receive this award by their school principal. Students nominated should exhibit the following leadership skills:
    · Willingness to take on challenges
    · Capability to make difficult decisions
    · Concern for others
    · Ability to work with others
    · Willingness to commit to a project
    · Diplomacy
    · Ability to understand issues clearly
    · Ability to honor a commitment

    Superintendent Dr. Craig Cooke, BOE Vice President Leonard Lockhart, Windsor High School Principal Uyi Osunde, and Sage Park Middle School Principal Paul Cavaliere posed with each student along with their families at the May 16th Board of Education meeting.
  • Anahilee Cauley
  • Evan Petkis
  • Gianna Wood
  • Kris Varholak
Archived News
  • 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
  • Interested in substitute teaching this fall?
  • Dr. Santosha Oliver Named Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services
  • Legal Opinion on Release of Directory Information
  • Russell Sills Named Director of School, Family, and Community Partnerships at WPS
  • WHS Music Education Program Receives National Recognition with SupportMusic Merit Award
  • WHS Video Productions Program Wins National NASA HUNCH Video Challenge
  • Windsor High School Welcomes New Assistant Principals
  • Windsor Lions Club Donates Welch Allyn SPOT Vision Screener to School District
  • Windsor Public Schools Receives $390,000 Grant from Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • WPS Thanks Community for Providing Scholarships to Graduating Seniors
  • Windsor High School Class of 2016 Graduation
  • Businesses Fueling Minds Through Books
    Businesses Fueling Minds Through Books
  • Windsor Chamber of Commerce Large Employer Breakfast
    Windsor Chamber of Commerce Large Employer Breakfast
  • WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally
    WPS Office of Family and Community Partnership Family Pep Rally
  • Board of Education Meeting Recognitions
    Board of Education Meeting Recognitions
  • WPS Announces CAPSS Student  Leadership Award Recipients
    WPS Announces CAPSS Student Leadership Award Recipients
  • 10/19/16 Re: Free and Reduced Meals from Windsor Food Services
  • WHS Girl's Bball Team Invites All Female Students To
    WHS Girl's Bball Team Invites All Female Students To
  • Calling All Fathers -- on Monday, September 19
  • Daddy-Daughter Dance: February 11th
  • Family PEP Rally, Fri., 11/4. Register by 11/1.
  • Homework Survey Results: K-5 Families
  • How to receive text messages from your student's school
  • Jennifer Tigre Recognized as 2016-2017 Windsor Teacher of the Year Recipient
  • Joint Elementary and Middle School PTO Meeting: April 26
  • New Student Registration for WPS 2016-2017 School Year
  • Notice of Destruction of Student Records - 2016
  • Proclamation Commemorating Teacher Appreciation Week: May 1-5
  • Register For Parents Supporting Educational Excellence (PSEE)
  • Register for the 11th Annual Senior Citizen Breakfast: May 5, 2017
  • Sign up for Camp Tree House Summer 2017
  • Sign up for SBAC / STAR Night for K-2 on 10/25
  • Steve Songs Concert for Families - April 20th
  • Student Transportation for 1st Day of School, Tuesday, August 30, 2016
  • Support Windsor Food and Fuel Bank: Donations needed April 24-28
  • Take A Drum Ride: Saturday, March 11
  • Veterans Day (11/11) Schedule for Windsor Public Schools
  • Virginia Hoerle Named New Principal of Oliver Ellsworth School
  • WEF Awards Grants to WPS to Fund Innovative Learning Programs
  • WHS Alumnus Develops Math Program & Teaches Students to
  • Windsor Education Foundation Awards Grants to WPS to Help Further Student Achievement
  • WPS Elementary Schools' Family Yoga Night: April 25th
  • Superintendent's Annual Senior Citizen Breakfast
    Superintendent's Annual Senior Citizen Breakfast
  • WHS Graduating Class of 2016
  • WPS Superintendent to Present 2017-2018 Budget on January 18
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