September 29, 2023
What is Title I?
Windham Central Supervisory Union (WCSU) receives federal funding to support schools throughout our SU, including Windham School. Title I funds are used to promote improved instruction for all students in our schools. For example, funding is used to provide professional development to all teachers, behavioral support for students, to provide academics and intervention programs, and for community and family engagement.
Find your twin, break out your neon and dust off your beach hat… Pepetober week is next week! Student Council can’t wait to see everyone’s Pep Rally Participation!
Let’s Glo Pep Rally/Rocktoberfest
Friday, October 6th will be a fun day with the Let’s Glo Pep Rally (wear your neon & white!) and Rocktoberfest in the evening.
Notes from the Nurse
Starting September 25, you can order four free test kits per household through COVIDtests.gov. The tests will detect the currently circulating COVID-19 variants and are intended for use through the end of 2023. The kits will include instructions on how to verify extended expiration dates
October Middleschool RTU meetings are set. RTU Students should go to their own grade level meeting. If a middle school RTU student CAN'T make their grade level meeting, they can go to another middle school grade level meeting or to the middle school make-up meeting.
STUDENTS MUST LET THEIR REP KNOW AT LEAST 48 HRS IN ADVANCE ABOUT THEIR PLANS.
Your Input is Valuable!
Thrives currently has two open surveys, and we invite you to please provide your feedback. Thank you!
Summer Meal Program (Food Bags) Feedback
Did you pick up food bags this summer from L&G, NewBrook, or the Jamaica church? We want to know what you think about the program. Your input will help ensure the success & continuation of the program, as well as assist with making improvements in the future. Survey: https://forms.gle/5v3S8YjJ2A8Jd7DN6
Parent & Caring Adult Community Survey
Are you looking for more activities and connection opportunities for you and your kids? This is your chance to let us know what kinds of activities you would like! The West River Valley libraries of Newfane, Townshend, and Jamaica, along with West River Valley Thrives are working together to create new programming for families, parents/guardians, and kids. Please complete our community survey to help us design the best programming possible for your interests and schedule. Your input is greatly appreciated and can be anonymous if you choose >>> survey link.
Friday, October 6th - Rocktoberfest, 7pm - 10pm
Monday, October 9th - No School - Indigenous Peoples’ Day - NO SCHOOL
Thursday, October 12th - Progress Reports
Thursday, October 12th, 12:30pm-7pm - Parent/Teacher Conferences
Friday, October 13th - Parent Conferences
Saturday, October 14th - Pumpkin Festival,10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday, October 20th - Picture Day
Friday, October 20th - Music Night, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
October Lunch Menu
Bromley Ski Area is looking for Winter Shoveling Help!
We offer very competitive wages, a free ski pass and food & retail discounts.
Have a snow day off, time after school/work or time available on weekends, we would like to meet you.
Ages 14 and up are eligible for hire
Assist in clearing snow via a company provided shovel
Conduct themselves in a safe manner at all times
Keep a good daily record of all work performed
Maintains quality standards that are set by the company
Please call Brian Sullivan @ (802) 856 – 2235 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions