Dirigo Lodge #104 A.F. & A.M. has had great success with the Bikes For Books at Windsor Elementary School for the past eight years. The 2019 program awarded 20 new bikes and helmets to very excited students. A total of 148 bikes have been awarded thus far. Dirigo Lodge #104 had planned to award an additional 20 bikes in June 2020. Windsor Elementary School was closed early in 2020 due to Covid-19 restrictions. Dirigo Lodge #104 has also had difficulty in obtaining bikes to award in 2020. Dirigo Lodge has decided to award the bikes as they become available. Bikes will be awarded for Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grades during the last week of October. Bikes for Books is a reading incentive program for students in Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth grade. Every time a student reads a book and passes an Accelerated Reader test, his or her name is entered into a drawing to win a new bicycle and helmet. One boy and one girl are chosen from each grade level. The more books a student reads, the more chances he or she has to win. The Bikes for Books program is made possible through partnerships within our local community businesses. The company's donation is matched 2:1 with a grant from the Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation. The program for 2020 was made possible by the following businesses: Hussey's General Store, J.C. Stone Inc., Mark’s Saw Shop, Norm's Small Engine, Netco Inc., Ron’s Auto Electric, Rideout's Market & Grill, Windsor Veterinary Clinic, Elmer’s Barn, Aunt Gin’s Restaurant, and Otto’s Restaurant.
Just a reminder; but 27 (Jeff's bus) has no afternoon substitute. Students who ride this bus home will need to stay at school until another bus can take them home. They will arrive home approximately one hour late. Thank you for understanding.
Lincoln County is distributing FREE food boxes starting Monday, October 26th at 6 locations around the county. These boxes contain 20+ pounds of produce, meat and dairy products. This event is funded by the USDA and any person, regardless of income or residency is encouraged to join in. The locations will be drive-through service and the boxes will be loaded into your vehicle for you. Some locations include: Monday, Oct. 26 2:30-6:00pm Waldoboro Town Office Tuesday, Oct. 27 9:00am-12:30pm Wiscasset Community Center Wednesday, Oct. 28 1:30-5:30pm Whitefield Calvary Baptist Church Please spread the word to your family, friends, neighbors of this event. There are A LOT of boxes coming, and they want to make sure they don’t go to waste! See https://www.lincolncountymaine.me/ for a full list of locations and dates for pickup.
Remote learners are welcome to come to Windsor School on Friday, October 23 from noon until 1:00 for school pictures. If you would like to order online, go to mylifetouch.com and use the Picture Day ID: EVT7KSR2N.
Reminder: Every Friday from 2:30-4pm remote learners may pick up materials in the gym lobby. If you have not signed your remote contract and/or technology use form, these will be available to you at that time. We also have food available for those who have signed up. See you tomorrow!
Students who ride bus 23 (Mr. Josh) were told that they will be picked up late tomorrow morning, October 8. We have since found a substitute driver so they will be picked up on time. In the afternoon, students who ride bus 23 will need to stay after school for approximately one hour, when another bus driver can transport them home. They will be supervised by staff until the bus can take them home. Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you
We have decided to postpone picture day, originally scheduled for Wednesday, October 7. We will let you know when the newly scheduled day is on our calendar. Thank you for your understanding.
As planned, all schools in RSU 12 will resume in-person learning starting tomorrow, Wednesday, October 7, 2020. If your student was contacted and told to quarantine, then they should continue to do so. Thank you to everyone for following the safety protocols in our schools. We look forward to resuming in-person learning tomorrow.
Our garden area needs tilling! If you have a rototiller that you would be willing to loan to us for two days next week, we would be so grateful. Help us move to phase two of our garden plan. Thanks so much!
We would like to deliver three days' worth of food to families on Monday, October 5. If you would like meals, please email Becky Wilson today at email@example.com with the following information: 1. # of children 2. Bus driver's name 3. Address Thank you!
Please read an important letter from the Superintendent about a Positive COVID-19 Case at Windsor Elementary School. You will be contacted by the school by phone if your student had direct contact with the individual. Out of an abundance of caution, all schools in RSU 12 will do remote learning starting immediately through Tuesday, October 6th. Students will return on October 7th for in-person learning if it is prudent to do so. Here is the link to a letter from the Superintendent with more information, https://www.svrsu.org/article/318636?org=district
Please read an important letter from the Superintendent about a Probable COVID-19 Case at Windsor Elementary School. A Probable Case means that the individual has symptoms associated with COVID-19 and they had direct contact with someone who tested positive. You will be contacted by the school by phone if your student had direct contact with the individual. Here is the link to a letter with more information, https://www.svrsu.org/article/317680?org=district
Our apologies, but the link in the message sent Friday afternoon was bad. Here is a corrected link. https://forms.gle/TKkJDXW5VbGpJkwe9 Here is the original message: The Maine Department of Education is gathering information about students and staff who lack access to Internet AND cellular service in their homes. Their hope is to continue to remove barriers to remote learning by advocating for improvements in infrastructure. If you have NEITHER reliable Internet NOR quality cellular service at your residence, please take a moment before September 30 to complete this brief survey so that we can help improve connectivity. https://forms.gle/TKkJDXW5VbGpJkwe9 Thank you!
The Maine Department of Education is gathering information about students and staff who lack access to Internet AND cellular service in their homes. Their hope is to continue to remove barriers to remote learning by advocating for improvements in infrastructure. If you have NEITHER reliable Internet NOR quality cellular service at your residence, please take a moment before September 30 to complete this brief survey so that we can help improve connectivity. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5596702718 Thank you!
Starting tomorrow, September 23, remote learner families who have signed up for the lunch program may pick up food in the gym lobby from 9-10 am. This will continue on Wednesdays in addition to Friday food/materials pickup from 2:30-4pm.
Our school newsletter comes out each Friday. If you do not receive it in your email, please check your Promotions tab. Here is last Friday's newsletter. https://www.smore.com/sgw74
Attention remote learners' parents: We will be having a pickup time today from 2:30-4pm in the gym. If you have materials your child's teacher should have contacted you. Also, if you asked to be part of the meal program, meals will be available for pickup today as well. Have a wonderful day!
Parents who have chosen the remote learning option, please note that we will be having pick-up days every Friday from 2:30-4pm. At this time you may come to the school's gym lobby to pick up library books, workbooks, art supplies, remote devices, etc. that you child's teacher has waiting for you. Teachers will be in communication with you if there are materials for you to pick up. We are still waiting to hear from many of you whether you need a device or if you are planning to participate in our meal pick up program. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not already spoken with a teacher about these matters. Thank you!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is extending the Summer Food Service Program through December 2020. What does this mean to RSU 12 students and families? Free School Meals (breakfast and lunch) for all students until the end of December, 2020. FREE MEALS will be available to all in-school students. FREE MEALS will be available to all remote learning students for parent/guardian pick-up. If your child is a remote learner and you would like to pick up meals for them, please contact their school next week.
Windsor Elementary School's phones are back up and running. If you need to reach the office, you can call them at 445-2356 as usual. Thank you for your patience!
Thank you for your patience this morning during drop-off! We were so happy that many of you were able to drop your children off, and realize that we need to give you more space. Tomorrow we will utilize the loop through the staff parking lot. This should make things go a bit quicker, but with the help of staff we did it all in 20 minutes today!
The phone lines at Windsor School have down this morning. We are working with the phone company to get them repaired ASAP. In the meantime, if you need to reach the school, please call RSU 12 Central Office at 549-3261, and you will be connected. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Here is the drop-off and pick-up procedures for Windsor School. Please read this carefully as several things have changed this year. If your child takes the bus, s/he will have their temperature taken upon entering the bus. S/he must wear a mask and will have an assigned seat. Upon arrival at school, the pre-k to second graders will get off first. The 3-5 kids will get off next, followed by the middle schoolers. Students will go to their classroom, where they will wash their hands before eating breakfast. Once they are seated, they may take off their masks to eat. We have extended breakfast time to 8:30 as we realize things will take more time this year. If your child is dropped off, we are asking you to wait in your car until a staff member indicates it is your child’s turn to come in. They will take your child’s temperature and then s/he will go to the classroom for breakfast. Middle school students can be dropped off at the gym entrance. All other students should be dropped off at the back main entrance. If you have multiple children, drop them off at the youngest child’s entrance. Dismissal will be at 2:00 this year, so students who ride the bus will be called out by grade level, starting with the older students. Again, there will be assigned seats on the bus, and masks must be worn. If you pick up your child, we are asking you to let us know as early in the day as possible so that we can let teachers know. Please do not arrive at pickup time and call the office. We are asking you to let us know your pickup plans before 1:30. If you know you are picking your child up every day, you can send in an email or note to that effect once. You may begin arriving to pick up your child as early as 1:50. When you arrive, we will have a cell number posted you to text with your child’s name and teacher. We will then send your child out under adult supervision. As you can imagine, this will take some patience on all fronts, so please remember that we are all doing our best.
Previously published letter to 3-5 families from Mrs. Wilson https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRHbN5Q0S9BAUNzBlsB7vIBMhRNwd14pvHg4-RwQ6kOAtfMb9aE3nxG-b_VNJRiHQJZro6jyxjl5t1l/pub
Previously published letter from Mrs. Wilson to prek-2 familieshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQEphIF1spmyTFnkoe1wkCZue-9KXstpsuQ3mdKDEefsvAsqi397bGKXi941oD80ikBaC4P1IoSwx5X/pub
Previously published letter from Mrs. Wilson https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQEphIF1spmyTFnkoe1wkCZue-9KXstpsuQ3mdKDEefsvAsqi397bGKXi941oD80ikBaC4P1IoSwx5X/pub
The school board agenda and other documents including RSU 12's proposed Reopening Plan for the August 13, 2020 Board meeting can be found here, https://www.svrsu.org/o/district/browse/158889. You can watch the board meeting streamed on the RSU 12 Youtube Channel here, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuXtnpy60EeMTRku92l7I4Q/featured
RSU 12 is pleased to announce that the Boys & Girls Club plans to offer before and after school child care at Chelsea, Whitefield, and Windsor Schools assuming there is enough interest. If you would like to sign your child up for care at any of these locations, please visit https://www.bgckv.org/signupforchildcare.html and complete the registration packet. Specific questions about the child care program can be directed to the Boys & Girls Club at 207-582-8458.
A letter about RSU 12 plans for reopening schools has been posted on our website. It is critical for parents/caregivers to read this letter and complete the survey that is linked in the letter. You can find the letter here, https://5il.co/iuzv
Tomorrow, Tuesday, July 14th is voting day. The RSU 12 School Budget is on the ballot. Please remember to vote!
We are resending the child care survey because we heard from several people that it would be helpful to know the anticipated costs in order to respond. Through a partnership with RSU 12, the Boys and Girls Club of Kennebec Valley is exploring options for providing child care in RSU 12 schools in the coming year. The weekly cost is expected to be about $90 during the school year and $125 for a vacation week. In order to inform these plans, please take a moment to complete this survey and let us know if your family is interested in childcare before or after school and on school vacations. The survey will be open until Thursday, July 16. We apologize for having to ask you to complete it again but hope the information about cost is helpful. Thank you! https://forms.gle/N723adspLGCS8FEY8
Through a partnership with RSU 12, the Boys and Girls Club of Kennebec Valley is exploring options for providing child care in RSU 12 schools in the coming year. In order to inform these plans, please take a moment to complete this survey and let us know if your family is interested in childcare before or after school and on school vacations. The survey will be open until Monday, July 13. Thank you! https://forms.gle/kPgvWPRKWnkbzXebA
Maine's Department of Education is seeking input from educators, parents, and other community members about the return to classroom instruction. The survey can be found at https://www.maine.gov/doe/fall2020survey and is open until July 12.
Summer food delivery begins on Tuesday, July 7 and continues through Friday, August 28. There will be no food delivery this week (week of June 29-July 3). Happy Fourth of July!
RSU 12 would like to remind our families that your children may be eligible for free and reduced meals in the fall. If your financial circumstances have changed recently, please consider completing the application at http://svrsu.schoollunchapp.com. This will allow us to determine whether we can provide your child meals for free or at a reduced rate in the first month of school next year.
RSU 12 is considering continuing to provide meals through the months of July and August to children living in the district. Please take a moment before the end of the day Wednesday, June 10, to complete this survey to let us know if you would like meals for your children. This will help us make the decision. Thank you! https://forms.gle/ta5hRGcnVajj6obU8
RSU 12 is able to continue providing meals through the months of July and August to children living in the district. Please take a moment before the end of the day Wednesday, June 10, to complete this survey to let us know if you would like meals for your children. Thank you! https://forms.gle/ta5hRGcnVajj6obU8
RSU 12 would like to remind our families that your children may be eligible for free and reduced meals in the fall. If your financial circumstances have changed recently, please consider completing the application at http://svrsu.schoollunchapp.com. This will allow us to determine whether we can provide your child meals for free or at a reduced rate in the first month of school next year. In the meantime, we will continue to bus meals to our students during the current school closure.
Attention: We are extending pick-up hours on Thursday, May 14. Parents will be able to pick up their child's belongings and fundraiser orders from 8am-6pm. This is for Thursday only. Friday pickup time is 8am-noon. This will be the last pickup day, so please make arrangements to come to the school if possible. Thank you
Student belongings and fundraiser items are available for pickup today between 8am-noon. Lots of items on the lost and found table as well!
Reminder: This Thursday and Friday are the first of four pickup days at Windsor School. Parents are asked to come to school between 8am-noon to pick up student belongings and items sold in the fundraiser. You may also drop off library books. Please adhere to social distancing. One person will be allowed in at a time, so we ask for your patience. The next pickup days will be on Thursday, May 14 and Friday May 15. Thank you!
Calling all 4-year-olds! RSU 12 is now accepting PreK applications for the 2020-21 school year. Please contact one the RSU 12 schools or go online at https://www.svrsu.org/documents for an application. RSU 12 has PreK classrooms at Chelsea, Somerville, Whitefield, and Windsor.
Fundraiser orders will be available for pickup in the gym on Thursday, May 7 and Friday, May 8 from 8am-noon. Some students' belongings may also be available for pickup at that time. Homeroom teachers will let you know if they are able to bag up your childs' belongings for pickup. If not, we will have pickup another time next week. You may also return library books on Thursday or Friday. Thank you
RSU 12 is excited to share this information from the Maine Department of Education. Some of our teachers are involved in this project! Many thanks to them and to all of the teachers that made this possible. Maine Public, the Maine Department of Education, and Educate Maine have joined forces to create original, educational programming for grade school students in Grades 3 to 5. Dedicated teachers from across Maine have developed original video lessons, pulling content from their own lesson plans and sources to provide exceptional learning opportunities for Maine students. The Learning Space will be broadcast on Maine Public Television at 12:30 p.m. each weekday starting on Monday, April 27. As more episodes are developed, the broadcast schedule will expand to run from Noon to 1:00. Episodes of The Learning Space will be archived for later viewing on numerous platforms online including on mainepublic.org. The Learning Space will air through the spring to mid-June.
Unless conditions change, RSU 12 classrooms will remain closed and RSU 12 students will continue distance learning until the last day of school, June 12th. Find more information about this extended classroom closure here, https://5il.co/fa08
Thank you to all of you who responded to the recent survey about remote learning in RSU 12. Please visit https://www.svrsu.org/rsu-12-s-response-to-covid-19 for a summary of the results, resources for learning, information about RSU 12's response to COVID19, and more. Stay safe, everyone! We can't wait to see our students again!
Unfortunately, we are unable to supply food today due to the widespread power outages and roads being blocked around the district. Our next food delivery will be on Monday.
Due to the snow storm tonight, food deliveries for tomorrow, April 10th, will be delivered three hours later than food deliveries are normally delivered. Please be available to receive your food. Thank you.
Hello, RSU 12 families! We would be grateful if you would please complete this brief survey. Your answers will help us better support our students and their families during this challenging time. Here is the link: https://forms.gle/1h9TEEyehqX1LKWa7. It will be available until Wednesday noon. We hope you stay safe and healthy! Thank you!
Our spring fundraiser is coming to a close. If you still have paper orders, please drop them off at school between 8-12 this week, or you can turn them to online orders at ShopFund.com. Thank you so much for your support of our school garden! We have big plans for the garden this spring and summer and can't wait to share!
We are extending the RSU 12 school closure until at least April 27, 2020. We understand the gravity of this decision and will reevaluate this decision regularly as the conditions change. Please read more detailed information about the closure in this letter, https://5il.co/e0n3
Thank you to all who responded to our parent survey about meal and continuity of learning packets for students. The survey has been closed. If you did not get a chance to fill it out or you haven't spoken to your child's school about this yet, and you want your child to receive meals or a learning packet, please reach out to the school. If you get a recording, please leave a detailed message. Thank you!
Good afternoon. In these challenging times, RSU 12 wants to be sure that ALL students have access to breakfast and lunch and will provide it free of charge if desired. Meals will be bussed to homes. In addition, we would like information to help us provide families with learning activities for students. Please take a moment to complete this survey so we know how best to support your children. https://forms.gle/vSs6pHgpo9r5eH2TA Please complete it once for EACH of your children under age 18 in the home. Thank you!
All RSU 12 schools will be closed for two weeks from March 16-March 27th in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The situation will be revisited next week. Educators will be developing plans for the continuity learning to be ready later this week.
Please read a letter from the RSU 12 Superintendent about the COVID-19 school closure. You can find the letter here, https://5il.co/dqg6
Please read a letter from the RSU 12 Superintendent with general information about the coronavirus, COVID-19, at the following link, https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/610870/Letter_about_Coronavirus.3.9.20.pdf
School Calendar Change -- March 20, 2020 will be a Student School Day in RSU 12. The RSU 12 Board of Directors will be deciding at the March 12th Board meeting to make March 20th a student day instead of a Teacher Workshop Day. This is due to the excessive amount of storm days we have had this year. We want all RSU 12 families to be notified of this likely decision, so that you can make plans for your student to attend school on March 20th.
School Calendar Change March 20, 2020 will be a Student School Day in RSU 12. The RSU 12 Board of Directors will be deciding at the March 12th Board meeting to make March 20th a student day instead of a Teacher Workshop Day. This is due to the excessive amount of storm days we have had this year. We want all RSU 12 families to be notified of this likely decision, so that you can make plans for your student to attend school on March 20th.
Our middle school semi-formal will be rescheduled for a date in March. Our varsity girls' basketball championship is now being held on Friday, February 14 at 7:30 pm.
The RSU 12 School Board meeting has been cancelled for tonight, February 13, 2020
All RSU 12 Adult Ed Classes are cancelled tonight, February 13th.
RSU 12 schools are closed today, Thursday, February 13th.
RSU 12 schools will have a two-hour delay this morning Monday, February 10th.
Come cheer our Boys' Varsity basketball team on as they begin playoffs! We play at Erskine today at 3:30!
RSU12 schools are closed today Friday, February 7, 2020 due to the predicted freezing rain all day.
Our monthly awards assembly has been rescheduled to Monday, February 10 at 1:30.
All RSU 12 schools are closed today, Thursday February 6th due to the snow and ice storm
RSU 12 schools are closed today, Thursday, January 16, 2020
All RSU 12 after school activities are cancelled today, Tuesday, December 17 due to the snow.
All RSU 12 schools are closed today, Tuesday, December 3rd due to the snowstorm.
RSU 12 has tools to help you keep track of your child's lunch account. You can use MySchoolBucks to view your child's balance and make online payments with a credit or debit card. You can also complete an online application to see if your child is eligible for free or reduced price meals. Find these resources on the school website under Menu, Parent Resources.
All after school activities in RSU 12 are cancelled this afternoon, November 18th, due to a forecast of freezing rain.
All RSU 12 schools are closed today, Tuesday November 12th, due to the snow and ice predicted today.
Two hour delay for all RSU 12 Schools today November 1, 2019
Sorry for the late notice but the boys game at Erskine has been cancelled. We will let you know the make up date and time.
RSU 12 staff spent the day Friday learning together. There were opportunities to learn about complex reasoning skills and how to teach these to students. There were also opportunities to practice strategies to address challenging student behavior and to build a sense of community in the classroom. We look forward to applying our new learning in the classroom!
RSU #12 is pleased to announce the availability of applying for Free and Reduced Price Meals online at http://svrsu.schoollunchapp.com! The process is SAFE, SECURE, PRIVATE, and AVAILABLE anytime, anywhere! Your data is transmitted to the Student Nutrition Office the same day you apply, allowing for quicker processing so you can receive benefits faster. Follow the easy to use, step-by-step screens to enter student and household information. Then click “Apply” to submit your application for meal benefits!
The Department of Education is looking to hear from students. https://mailchi.mp/maine/media-release-maine-doe-celebrates-april-as-the-month-of-the-military-child-1320381?e=c60a575204
This is just a reminder that today, Wednesday, August 28th, is the first day of school for RSU 12 and it is an early release for all schools. Students release at 1:30pm today. Thank you.
RSU 12 School Nutrition Director Mike Flynn receives accolades for statewide training. http://www.dailybulldog.com/db/health/local-and-state-partners-host-regional-school-nutrition-training/
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.