Week at Windsor 4.26.20

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

Dear Windsor Families,

We hope this message finds you well. The Sunday sunshine was a welcomed addition to the weekend!

We sent this week's Windsor Remote Learning Plans via email Sunday evening.

During the upcoming days/weeks we will be working on the following to share with families:

  • Alternative Virtual 20-21 Kindergarten Orientation for Incoming Families,
  • Student Materials Pick Up Plans,
  • Windsor 5th to 6th Grade Transition Activities (w/South and Thomas Middle School Staff/Administration),
  • Alternative Virtual 5th Grade Celebration Activities and Events,
  • 20-21 Windsor Registration for All Families,
  • And, more all school activities to keep us connected!

This is just to name a few key projects and focus areas, as spring is always a busy time, when we are wrapping up this school year and looking ahead to next year. More to come.

Wishing you all the best.

Piper Boston, Principal @PrincipalBoston

Lindsay Anastacio, Assistant Principal @lindzana

COVI19 Communications

Here is a link to all previous COVID19 District communications from Dr. Bein and Dr. Fitzpatrick. https://www.sd25.org/domain/45
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PTA Green Team

We are no longer accepting plastic recycling bags this school year. Thanks to all of you who have been helping by saving and turning in your plastic bags. Local stores are still collecting them throughout the year.


440 E Rand Rd Arlington Heights, IL


122 N Vail Arlington Heights, IL


802 E Northwest Hwy Arlington Heights, IL


333 E Euclid Mount Prospect, IL

Field Trip Return Monies

Both 2nd and 3rd grade parents/guardians have monies that will be returned in either cash or original check form from their canceled field trips. We will soon reach out with plans. However, feel free to contact Ms. Boston pboston@sd25.org before then, if needed.

Arlington Heights School District 25 Food Service Program

This is just a reminder that District 25 is offering COVID19 meal pick up and delivery services to ANY families in need of assistance during this time of crisis and school closings. More can be found at this link. https://www.sd25.org/COVIDFood

PLEASE CALL OR COME BY AS NEEDED. Additions are being made each week.


Day: Every Wednesday

Time: 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm

Where: South Middle School (400 S. Highland Avenue)

Thomas Middle School (1430 N. Belmont Avenue)

Who: Any family with a student 18 years or younger is eligible to come pick up meals.

District 25 COVID-19 Resources Page

This page features many different resources for parents to help deal with the COVID-19 crisis.


As the Illinois stay at home and school closing order came through on Friday, we just want to highlight the above page once more for families. It contains a number of different local and state resources.

Additionally, the Illinois Department of Human Services launched a free emotional support text line for Illinoisans experiencing stress related to COVID-19: Call4Calm. This isn’t a crisis hotline, but a source of support. If you want to speak to a counselor, text TALK to 552020, or HABLAR for Spanish speakers.

You can also access a wider array of supports using the same number on your mobile phone. Text 552020 with keywords such as “unemployment” or “food” or “shelter” to receive information to help you navigate getting assistance.

Remote Learning Pages

Here is the Windsor Remote Learning Plans for this coming week. You will also always find this link on our main website under Families and Windsor Remote Learning.

School Event Cancelations

All in person events have been canceled as a result of the Illinois School Closing order. More information will be coming out in the upcoming days/weeks around which events we will attempt to still hold virtually for students/or parents.

Keep Calm and Go Outside T-Shirts

D25 families are invited to support the Arlington Heights Council of PTAs Scholarship Fund by purchasing a Keep Calm and Go Outside T-shirt (Winning Design by Sofia Fraser-2nd grader at Dryden Elementary). Now more than ever we can all use the reminder to Keep Calm and Go Outside! Profits from t-shirt sales will go toward the 2021 D25 Scholarship Fund that benefits current D25 students as well as graduating high school seniors. T-shirts will be shipped to Scholarship Coordinator and distributed in May. May is Mental Healthy Awareness Month. Watch for future notifications on sharing how you Keep Calm and Go Outside!
BUY NOW: https://ah25keepcalm.itemorder.com/sale

Extraordinary Staff Recognition

We are proud of the Windsor team, as they are all committed and dedicated to their work here at school. If there is a staff member you feel deserves some extraordinary recognition for something he or she has done for our school to make a difference for others, please fill out this form to have this staff member more formally recognized for her or his extraordinary accomplishment.
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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.

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.

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.