Windom Schools Community Newsletter
By Superintendent Jamie Frank
- September 6 - First Day of School for Grades 6-12
- September 6 & 7 - Entrance Conferences for Grades PreK-5
- September 8 - First Day of School for Grades PreK- 5
Welcome to the 2022-2023 School Year!
It is an absolute privilege to be serving you as the new Superintendent of Windom Schools. I look forward to working with each of you as we continue to SOAR like Eagles!
Through transparent communication, collaboration among all stakeholders, highly-effective instruction, and belief in our students, this district will continue to serve students with excellence. This year we are going to focus on continuously improving the initiatives that we have in place including AVID(creating engaging lessons), Top 20 (social/emotional learning), and Trauma-Informed Schools (responding to our student's needs).
Later this school year, the community will be asked to participate in a strategic planning process. Through this, we will develop a vision, mission, and core values as well as goals and action steps for our district. Your input will be extremely valuable as we shape and plan for the future of Windom Schools.
The first day of school for grades 6-12 is September 6 and for grades PreK- 5, the first day is September 8. Entrance conferences are scheduled for grades PreK-5 on September 6 & 7. PreK and Elementary families received a packet in the mail including the date and time of the conference. Middle High School Students can find their schedule on Skyward to prepare for the first day! If there are any questions, please call the school at 831-6925(Elementary) or 831-6910 (Middle High).
As we enter the new school year, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 831-6910 ext. 502 with questions, concerns, or feedback.
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