May 7th Baseball & Softball games at China have been postponed. Make up dates will be announced.
Windsor third grader Landon Dubord celebrated his 9th birthday recently. Instead of receiving gifts for himself, Landon asked his guests to bring food for the Windsor School Community Closet. Landon and his mother brought the food in to school today, and we couldn't be more proud of his generosity. Thank you Landon, and Happy Birthday!
All afternoon activities have been cancelled today. April 8, 2019.
There will be no softball practice this afternoon.
One week until the Scholastic Book Fair! eWallet is a secure, cash-free way to let your child shop the fair. Create a free account, preauthorize a spending limit, and have funds immediately available. For more info go to http://www.scholastic.com/bf/windsorschool2019
The Monthly Assembly has been changed to Friday, March 8th at 1:45
2/11/19-Monday- School Colors Day- wear blue and yellow 2/12/19-Tuesday- Mismatch Day- wear the most mixed-up outfit you can think of 2/13/19-Wednesday- A Day of Caring- Complete an act of kindness. 2/14/19-Thursday- America Day- show your patriotic spirit by wearing red, white and blue 2/15/19-Friday- Comfy Day- wear the comfiest outfit you can think of!
Scholastic offers a digital payment option instead of paying in cash at the book fair. Check out ewallet at our Scholastic Book Fair page to learn more. https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairs/cptoolkit/homepage.do?method=homepage&url=windsorschool2018
We have had several people express interest in attending and are hoping to have a few more. Please RSVP to Deb Taylor if you can join us. ------------------------------------------------ RSU 12 would like to improve its communication efforts. We want to be sure that parents and community members know what is happening in our schools and that we are providing information in a way that works for them. In order for us to make improvements, we need your help. We would like to know what kinds of things you'd like to hear about and how we can best communicate. Please join me on Wednesday, October 10:00 from 5:00-6:00 pm at Windsor Elementary School for an informal discussion to provide some input about how we can improve our communication efforts. This will be an opportunity for you to share your ideas, thoughts about what you'd like to see, and positive communication experiences you've had that we can learn from. We will brainstorm topics that you want to hear about, how often you'd like to have communication, and what kinds of communication means (paper newsletters, website updates, mobile apps, etc.) you'd prefer. If you are able to join us, please RSVP to Deb Taylor at email@example.com
The Class of 2018 video is posted on https://sites.google.com/a/svrsu.org/windsor-elementary-school/
Calling community readers! Add the number of words you read this summer and help us reach next year's reading goal. Fill out the form at https://goo.gl/forms/8mm6YW0smL4OqdZ53
School team Baseball & Softball games are cancelled. Softball will have practice 3:30-5:00
There will be no after school sports today, April 25, 2018
April is National Poetry Month and April 26 is Poem in Your Pocket Day. Find a poem, write it down, and put it in your pocket to share. Find children's poetry at https://goo.gl/Z5FKKz
Thanks for your support of the Scholastic Book Fair. We were able to buy books for the library, students and classrooms. Shop online through Apr 15 at http://www.scholastic.com/bf/windsorschool2018
New for this Scholastic Book Fair is eWallet. Use a credit card to set up a spending account for your child. For info and to sign up, go to http://www.scholastic.com/bf/windsorschool2018
The Scholastic Book Fair starts today. It will be open for students during the school day and also open during Parent-Teacher conferences. Thanks for your support!
Reminder! Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 28, is a full student day. There is no early dismissal tomorrow. This is to make up time because of snow days.
The Scholastic Book Fair opens in the library next week, but you can shop online now through April 15. http://www.scholastic.com/bf/windsorschool2018
Update #2 letter about the technology breach at Windsor Elementary from a few weeks ago. Go to this link http://www.svrsu.org/article/43642?org=windsor
Calling all four year olds in RSU 12! RSU 12 and local Head Start programs are continuing their partnership to offer a free, high quality, comprehensive Pre-Kindergarten program to children in the district who turn four by October 15, 2018. Programs will be located Chelsea, Whitefield, Windsor and Somerville. Bus transportation will be provided. Pre -K programs will operate Monday through Friday and follow the school schedule. Meals will be served and a short rest period will be included. Classrooms will be staffed by a certified Early Childhood Teacher and Education Technicians to assist in the classroom. Children in the program will receive comprehensive services. All families are encouraged to apply. For more information about this Pre-K/Head Start collaboration, or to receive an application, please contact your local RSU 12 elementary school. RSU 12 serves the towns of Alna, Chelsea, Palermo, Somerville, Westport Island, Whitefield, and Windsor.
Updated information about last week's technology breach at Windsor has been posted here, https://www.svrsu.org/article/42839?org=windsor
IMPORTANT: Revised 2017-2018 School Year Calendar posted here, http://www.svrsu.org/article/41276?org=windsor
Important update! Winter sports awards have been moved to after break. Tuesday the 27th at 5:30
On February 8th, the Windsor 7th grade class was recognized by the Maine State House, as was, Saber Hanington for his first place finish on the Maine State Native American Essay Award. After the House visit, Saber was presented with his award by the Secretary of State, Matthew Dunlap. Saber's mother, Amber Michaud and his grandmother, Bev Michaud were also in attendance.
Reese Sullivan, 6th grade student at Windsor Elementary, has been named the winner of the Canines for Charity National Essay Contest for grades 6-8. The students wrote an essay about a humorous time with their pet. The national contest is run by Pam and Floyd Dunn of Canines for Charity. The Wyoming organization has raised funds for charities for over 20 years through their dog sledding events. Sullivan is the daughter of Matt and Cheryl Sullivan of Windsor. Sullivan will receive a $50 cash prize for her winning work. More information about the essay contest and the organization can be found at http://www.caninesforcharity.org or on their facebook page, Canines for Charity.
We are pleased to announce that 8th grader Hunter Johnson has placed first in the Windsor School Essay Contest of Chapman University's Holocaust Essay Contest. Eighth graders, Andrea Richardson and Xander Drolet, tied for 2nd. Their essays now go on to the International competition at Chapman University. Good Luck!
The Koussinoc Chapter of the DAR has announced that 8th grader Parker Reynolds has one first place in the DAR annual Essay contest. His essay now goes on to the State Competition. Ethan Barrett placed 2nd. Both young men will be honored at a DAR ceremony in March. Congratulations boys for a job well done and good luck at states!
Just a reminder there is no school tomorrow Friday, January 12th due to a teacher workshop, and Monday January 15th Martin Luther King Jr. Day. enjoy the 4 day weekend!
Search for a book from home or your classroom using our online catalog, Destiny Discover. See what's new or browse for a book by topic. https://search.follettsoftware.com/metasearch/ui/16952/
Due to the upcoming storm this Tuesday night, the Windsor Holiday Concert has been rescheduled to next Tuesday, December 19th.