attendance matters Sept giveaway
We’re overjoyed to share the incredible attendance achievements from August 28th to September 29th across our schools. Our students have truly exemplified what it means to be H.E.R.O’s - Here Everyday Ready On-Time!

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Some of our raffle winners enjoying some family time at the Hartford Athletic Pro soccer game. 

A massive congratulations to all the students and families who showed exemplary attendance and participated in this fantastic campaign. As pledged, these HERO families from each school received a family four-pack for the Hartford Athletic professional soccer game on October 13th!

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WPS family enjoying the game courtesy of our OFCP Coordinator Christina Morales for achieving 95% or better attendance. 

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WPS students high five pro soccer players during Friday’s Hartford athletics match. A special perk for being an #AttendanceMattersHERO (Here.Everday.Ready.On-Time)

A special shoutout to our raffle winners who not only secured tickets but also got the amazing opportunity for a meet and greet with the players! Stay tuned for emails and texts with all the exciting 
details. Let’s keep the celebration going, emphasizing the importance of attendance, punctuality, and being present every day, for every day counts. Together, we create a meaningful impact! 

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Let’s take a moment to applaud the exceptional attendance percentages per school:

Oliver Ellsworth Elementary (OE): 71% of students were Here.Everyday.Ready.On-time
Poquonock Elementary (POQ): 73% of students were Here.Everyday.Ready.On-time
Clover Street School (CLO): 78% of students were Here.Everyday.Ready.On-time
John F. Kennedy Elementary (JFK): 82% of students were Here.Everyday.Ready.On-time
Sage Park Middle School (SPMS): 82% of students were Here.Everyday.Ready.On-time
Windsor High School (WHS): 66% are Attendance Matters HERO’s

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Members of WPS district attendance leadership team, Dr. Mallery (SEL Coordinator), Christina Morales (Office of Family and Community Partnerships Coordinator), with Jessie Oram (Hartford Athletic). 

We look forward to raising awareness around the power of attendance and how it directly impacts student engagement and performance! If you need support with attendance for your WPS student(s) visit our Attendance Matters website click here for support