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  • BOE Meeting District Recognitions 1.15.19
    BOE Meeting District Recognitions 1.15.19
    Ms. Tracie Peterson, Principal of Poquonock School introduced Jennifer Harrison, Special Education Teacher. Ms. Harrison was named a winner in the Crayola National "Thank A Teacher" Contest.
  • BOE Meeting District Recognitions 1.15.19
    BOE Meeting District Recognitions 1.15.19
    Mr. Lockhart, Ms. Khan and Dr. Cooke recognized Adelisa Cecunjanin, the BOE Student Representative for the first semester of the school yera. They thanked Adelisa for her service to the Board and wished her well in her future endeavors.
Windsor's FIRST TECH Challenge Team Hosts Robotics Competition - Saturday, January 26
The Blazing Spirits, Windsor's FIRST TECH Challenge team, with students from Sage Park and WHS, will host a robotics competition on Saturday, January 26th from 9-5pm at Windsor High School. The public is welcome and admission is free. The sponsor of the event is New England FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). FIRST is an international youth program serving not for profit organizations. Twenty eight teams, most from Connecticut, will be competing in this year's game, called ROVER RUCKUS, where teams work in an alliance to go on a space adventure.
WPS Family Resource Centers Encourage Residents to Participate in Free Playgroups
The Windsor Public Schools Family Resource Centers encourage Windsor residents to participate in their free playgroups. Playgroups provide Windsor parents/caregivers and their young children (birth - five years old) with stimulating age-appropriate activities and the opportunity for positive socialization. Research has shown that children who attend programs such as playgroups develop essential social-emotional skills. These skills form the foundation that allow traditional school skills, such as literacy and numeracy, to develop.

Playgroups follow the Windsor Public Schools' calendar, and are not held during vacation, snow days, or other non-school days.

Playgroup Schedule:
Mondays at John F. Kennedy School from 10:00 - 11:00 AM
Tuesdays at Poquonock School from 9:30 - 10:30 AM
Wednesdays at LP Wilson Community Center from 9:30 - 10:30 AM
Thursdays at Oliver Ellsworth from 9:30 - 10:30 AM
Fridays at Clover Street School from 9:30 - 10:30 AM

For more information, please call
JFK Family Resource Center: 860-687-2060 x 5166
Poquonock Family Resource Center: 860-6872080 x 7131
Oliver Ellsworth Family Resource Center: 860-687-2070 x 6229
Clover Street Family Resource Center: 860-687-2050 x 4102
WPS Parent/Family Instructional Services Literacy Resources Survey
Windsor Public Schools is looking to update the Instructional Services website and would like our families input regarding satisfaction with the parent/family literacy resources currently provided on the site.

Please review the current WPS Instructional Services site:
http://www.windsorct.org/curriculum-instruction-assessment-06cccafe

Survey:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1q6fjcLpmG_n-ROEUNQjSdDV3CiqJBZcb4f8Va9xzemg/viewform?edit_requested=true

The survey will remain open until January 11, 2019. Thank you for your time!
WinCal.org -- Windsor Online Community Calendar
WinCal.org -- Windsor Online Community Calendar
Please visit WinCal.org -- Windsor’s new online community calendar where you can find everything there is to do in Windsor, all in one place!
Looking for before or after school care? Register for Tree House
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.
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
  • 12th Annual Senior Citizen Breakfast: May 4
  • 2018 Teacher Appreciation Week Proclamation
  • Asbestos Abatement Activities at LP Wilson: July 24 - Aug 4
  • Asbestos Abatement at JFK Nov. 22-24
  • Back To School Packet for Families
  • Last day of school for students (K-11): June 19
  • Board of Education Meeting 10.16.18
    Board of Education Meeting 10.16.18
  • Registration Office to Offer Evening Hours
    Registration Office to Offer Evening Hours
  • Notice of Destruction of Records 2018
    Notice of Destruction of Records 2018
  • A Message from Superintendent Dr. Craig A. Cooke
  • Kelly Services Holds Recruiting Open House: Nov 14
    Kelly Services Holds Recruiting Open House: Nov 14
  • Windsor BOE Holding Special Meeting Tuesday December 4
  • School Starts Tuesday, Sept. 4. Message from Dr. Cooke
  • Community Event: Debby Irving Workshop
    Community Event: Debby Irving Workshop
  • Changes to District and School Phone Extensions
  • Businesses Fueling Minds Through Books
    Businesses Fueling Minds Through Books
  • BOE Meeting District Recognitions 4.17.18
    BOE Meeting District Recognitions 4.17.18
  • Convocation
    Convocation
  • Windsor Chamber Cares Benefit Auction 4.6.18
    Windsor Chamber Cares Benefit Auction 4.6.18
  • BOE Meeting District Recognitions 2.21.18
    BOE Meeting District Recognitions 2.21.18
  • BOE Student Representative Fall 17
    BOE Student Representative Fall 17
  • BOE Meeting District Recognitions 11.21.17
    BOE Meeting District Recognitions 11.21.17
  • Windsor Students Receive CABE Student Leadership Awards
    Windsor Students Receive CABE Student Leadership Awards
  • Community Block Party
    Community Block Party
  • BOE Meeting District Recognitions 6.20.17
    BOE Meeting District Recognitions 6.20.17
  • Superintendent's Annual Senior Citizen Breakfast
    Superintendent's Annual Senior Citizen Breakfast
  • Board of Education Meeting Recognitions 5.15.18
    Board of Education Meeting Recognitions 5.15.18
  • McDonald's Donates $3,000 to WHS Air Force JROTC Program
    McDonald's Donates $3,000 to WHS Air Force JROTC Program
  • Windsor High School Graduation: June 13
  • Adult Learner Success Stories - Andrea Gamble
    Adult Learner Success Stories - Andrea Gamble
  • BOE Offers Community Forum on Tues. Feb. 27
  • Bullying Workshop for Community: Jan 9
  • Calling All Windsor Men - Fri. Sept. 21
  • Calling All Windsor Men Video
  • Camp Tree House Family Information - Summer 2017
  • Class of 2018, List of Graduates
  • Collaborative Conference to be Conducted by the Commission on Public Schools
  • Community Read-In Event - Thurs. Sept. 20
  • CTSAB Advisory: The Blue Whale Challenge App
  • Food Services Memo 2018-2019
  • Free Summer Meals
  • Grade K-8 Assessment Workshop for Families Oct 30
  • How to Find Your Child's Bus Route
  • Internet Safety Presentation for Families Grades 5-12 on February 22
  • Internet Safety Workshop: Wed. Oct 10
  • Joint PTO Community Budget Meeting: 4.25.18
  • Kelly Educational Staffing Hiring Event - Dec. 17
  • Kelly Educational Staffing Hiring Event: Nov. 21
  • Kelly Educational Staffing Honors Michelle Pendleton as CT Substitute Teacher of the Year
  • Kristina Wallace Recognized as 2017-18 Educator of the Year
  • Liana Jorgensen Named New Principal of Sage Park Middle School
  • List of Scholarships Awarded To The Class of 2018
  • Memo from Dr. Cooke to BOE regarding School Safety Initiatives
  • Notice of Destruction of Special Education Records 2017
  • O’phir Bullock Recognized as 2017-2018 Paraeducator of the Year
  • Steve Songs Family Concert: April 19
  • Student Forum: Dialogue with school administrators and politicians 3.29.18
  • Summer Fun Outdoor Playgroup / Activities (Deerfield Apartments Courtyard)
  • Summer Learning Book Fair for Windsor Families: May 23-25
  • Superintendent Statement Regarding Parkland FL
  • Text of Graduation 2018 Speeches - Class President, Salutatorian, and Valedictorian
  • Top Students Celebrated for Academic Excellence By John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
  • WEF Awards Grants to WPS to Fund Innovative Learning Programs
  • WHS Graduating Class of 2016
  • WHS Senior Awarded First Place in Global Film Festival
  • WHS Video Productions Program Wins National NASA HUNCH Video Challenge
  • Windsor BOE Offers Community Forum on December 12
  • Windsor High School Class of 2017
  • Windsor High welcomes two new Assistant Principals
  • Windsor Public Schools First Day of School 2017-2018
  • Windsor Public Schools Give Back This Holiday Season
  • Windsor Schools Youth Survey 2017
  • Windsor Superintendent's letter on
  • WPS Humanities Dept. Seeking Local Businesses For Industry Partnership Activity
  • WPS Receives $334,690 Grant from HFPG During Third Year of WPS Family and Community Partnership Plan
  • WPS Receives $393,100 Grant from Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • WPS Superintendent to Present 2017-2018 Budget on January 18
  • WPS Superintendent to Present 2018-2019 Budget on January 17
  • WPS Thanks Community for Providing Scholarships to Graduating Seniors
  • WPS Veterans Day Events: Fri. Nov. 10
  • WPS Veterans Day Events: Mon. Nov. 12