Week at Windsor 12.22.19

Looking back and ahead at Windsor news and happenings...

Dear Windsor Families,

Hoping this weekend's message finds you well. Here is our final Week at Windsor for the year 2019!


We had such a fun and festive week here at school. We included some links but please check out our school Twitter page. It definitely captures the many different highlights!


We hope you and your children have a safe and wonderful winter break. As a reminder, students return to school on Monday, January 6, 2020.


As the year 2019 nears its end, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have contributed to the success of our school. It is a privilege to teach your children each day and to serve such a supportive community.


In this spirit, we say simply but sincerely…Thank You and Best Wishes for the New Year!


The Windsor School Staff

Piper Boston, Principal @PrincipalBoston

Lindsay Anastacio, Assistant Principal @lindzana

Windsor Twitter Feed

We will never only use Twitter to communicate happenings but this is another wonderful way to follow reminders and various Windsor happenings. We will continue to feature this link as an easy reference for families.

Worthy Wildcats

Congratulations to our latest Worthy Wildcats as nominated by their classmates!


Kindergarten: Eve H.

1st Grade: McKenzie M.

2nd Grade: Elliot D.

3rd Grade: Kari A.

4th Grade: Akif K.

5th Grade: Alex W.


https://twitter.com/PrincipalBoston/status/1208954971158396928

2020-2021 Kindergarten Pre-Registration is NOW OPEN!

If you have a child you plan to enroll in kindergarten next year, pre-registration has begun. You can click HERE to learn more. You may also pre-register 1st - 5th grade students who will be new to Windsor next year. Registration for current Windsor students will begin in the spring; you will receive an email in April/May.

If you know of someone with a kindergarten-aged child, please feel free to let him/her know to check out the District 25 website or give us a call.

Illinois 5 Essentials Survey

Here is a previously sent letter explaining the Illinois 5 Essentials. Fourth and fifth grade students will take the survey some time in January/February after we return from the Winter Break.


Please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ to take the parent survey. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact 5Essentials Customer Support at 1-866-440-1874 or 5essentials@uchicago.edu.

Windsor PTA

Many thanks to all who helped to gather and deliver food items and coats to benefit Windsor families!


Here is some exciting news about 2019-2020 "Look Within" PTA Reflections contest.

Emmerson Jones' (4th Grade, Mr. Brogni) PTA Reflection project entitled "Looking Within Emmerson" advanced to the Region stage. We are so proud of her and the hard work she put into her project and her willingness to share her talents. Our PTA Council will celebrate ALL student participants from this year at Ivy Hill on WED, JAN 29th for a district-wide program at 7:00 PM.


Please check out the PTA website for more updates!

District E-Flyers

This link features different community information for all District 25 families. It is good to regularly check out this link for various events and activities.

District 25 Food Service

We will continue to feature this link as an easy reference for families.

Windsor's Arrival and Dismissal Procedures

We will continue to feature this link as an easy reference for families.

District 25 2019-2020 Calendar Dates

We will continue to feature this link as an easy reference for families.

Windsor Website

We will continue to feature this link as an easy reference for families.

District 25 Parent-Student Handbook

Our District 25 Parent-Student Handbook is always shared as part of each year's online registration process. Typically, we will highlight sections throughout the school year. Here is a link for families to reference anytime. https://www.sd25.org/cms/lib/IL01904427/Centricity/Domain/24/2019-2020%20-%20UPDATED%207-23%20936am.pdf

Wildcat Way and Mission

We value our Windsor community that is strengthened by diversity, inclusion, and a growth mindset.


  • We believe in a kind, safe and responsible community because our students are important.
  • We believe in designing lessons that promote inquiry, academic risk taking, and flexible thinking.
  • We believe in supporting cultural, emotional, social, and academic diversity.
  • We believe in working collaboratively as a school community for continuous improvement in a trusting environment.