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It's time to register for Summer 2019 Camp Tree House
It's time to register for Summer 2019 Camp Tree House
Updated: July 15, 2019
PLEASE NOTE: Camp Tree House is fully enrolled for the weeks of August 5-9 and August 12-16. We will therefore no longer be accepting new registrations for those two weeks. In addition, there is very limited space available for the weeks of July 22-26 and July 29-August 2.

Please note that registrations and payments must be received by 4:00 the Monday before a camper’s first day of attendance. For example, in order for a camper to attend camp the week of July 22nd, registration (including medical forms) and tuition must be received by 4:00 on Monday, July 15th.

Please click the link to learn more about the camp program and get started.

Camp Tree House is designed for children entering grades 1-6 in September. Each week of camp is aligned to a theme and filled with exciting summer activities--arts and crafts, field trips, and enriching indoor and outdoor activities.

The Camp Tree House program is designed to keep your child energized, excited and safe throughout the summer.
Announcement Regarding Weather Closures
In the event school is closed due to weather and Tree House is open, all sites will combine and be at JFK School, 530 Park Avenue, 860.687.2060 x. 5132. Tree House will open at 8:00 am.
Teacher Home Visit Program
District Coordinators
Cyndi Deshais, Interim Director, Office of Family and Community Partnership
860.687.2000, x. 1284

Betsey Lepak, Assistant Director, Office of Family and Community Partnership
860.687.2000, x. 1272

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:00pm

Fax 860.687.2009

Birth to Five Playgroups

All playgroups are free of charge to Windsor residents. Participation guidelines are posted at each FRC. Participation guidelines are posted at each Family Resource Center. Playgroups follow the Windsor Public Schools' calendar, and are not held during vacation, snow days, or other non-school days.

Why Attend Playgroups? The playgroups offered by the Family Resource Centers of Windsor provide 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 skill form the foundation that allows traditional school skills, such as literacy and numeracy, to develop.

(Zero To Three Center for Program Excellence, 2003)

Our mission is to enhance the quality of educational outcomes of all students by creating a culture of partnerships among schools, families and community members.