Windsor Elementary Family Focus

October 2018

Windsor C-1 School District

Mission: Connecting students to their future: the Windsor Way

Vision: Inspire to achieve and succeed

Core Values:

Respect

Responsibility

Cooperation

Integrity

Kindness

Leadership

This is something we frequently tell our children here at WE.

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Windsor Elementary October Events

October 4 2nd Grade Chorister auditions

October 4 Tom Evans fundraiser pick up (times TBA)

October 5 2nd Grade Chorister auditions

October 9 4-8 WE McTeacher's Night at Pevely McDonalds

October 9 6:00 Guardian Owls PTO meeting in WE cafeteria

October 11 Furry Friend & PJ Day ($1 donation to benefit Teacher Appreciation)

October 12 Early Dismissal (12:10 for parent pick up; 12:25 for buses)

October 12 End Pennies for Ponies collection

October 18 3:30-5:00 Movie Night

October 19 Pretzel Friday

October 19 2nd Grade to Castlewood

October 22 Red Ribbon (Drug Prevention) Week

October 24 1st Grade to Sheldon Concert Hall

October 25 Early Dismissal (same as above)

October 25 Parent Teacher Conferences (by appointment only)

October 26 NO SCHOOL

October 31 1:00 Character Assembly

October 31 1:30 Costume Parade

October 31 2:00 Fall Parties

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Windsor Elementary Website

Find all the most up-to-date information on our website.

Windsor Elementary Goals

1. WE will have 85% of students reading on grade level by the end of 2018-2019.

2. WE will have 89.3% of students meeting the grade-level target for math by the end of 2018-2019.

3. WE will have 90% of students attend school 90% of the time during 2018-2019 school year.

4. WE will decrease discipline incidents by 7 to 134 incidents for 2018-2019.

Character Word of the Month: Responsibility

Responsibility is doing the things you are expected or asked to do and accepting the consequences of your actions.


Check the Windsor Elementary website for articles on responsibility, as well as the link below. This is a great article on balancing the roles of parenting while teaching your child responsibility.

https://centerforparentingeducation.org/library-of-articles/responsibility-and-chores/developing-responsibility-in-your-children/

The video below gives a good explanation of how rules are different at home and school.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9_LOwDeMBA&index=10&list=PLDHWyNDXAfCXqG54Up1N00twBTVyOoCDD