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Welcome to Windham Elementary School!

The Windham Elementary School offers an inclusive, educational environment serving students in grades K-6. There are two classroom teachers; Sally Newton K-3, and Mickey Parker-Jennings, 4-6. Currently, we have 13 students enrolled K-6.  Mickey Parker-Jennings is the school principal and full time teacher.

The school’s academic programs are closely aligned with Vermont’s Framework of Standards, the Common Core State Standards, and Next Generation Science Standards. These programs are supported by numerous activities and learning opportunities. In addition, the multi-age groupings provide frequent occasions to learn from peers, both older and younger. The small student body allows for more personal attention and academic support for the students.

 As a school community, we strive to create an atmosphere which encourages acceptance, respect, and caring, while teaching students to become responsible citizens in today’s world.   

Windham Updates

  • December 8, 2017

    Windham Elementary School Newsletter


    December 8, 2017

    Habits of Mind: “Safe, Responsible, Respectful, Ready to Learn”

    Susan Persa has gifted us with her usual beautiful homemade wreath on the front of the school. It is here just in time for our concert on Monday evening. Check it out. Thank you Susan.

    Windham Elementary Winter Concert will be on Monday, December 11th at 6:30. Kids should be here by 6:15.

    Holiday Chorus at Leland and Gray on Wednesday, December 13 at 7PM.

    Leland and Gray will be performing their Winter Concert for the elementary schools next Wednesday, December 13th from 9:45 to 10:45am.  The high school and middle school choirs and bands will be performing. We will leave by bus at 9:15 to watch this.

    Windham Congregational Church event on Sunday, December 17th at 6:00.

    We will be singing at Valley Cares on the afternoon of the 15th.  This is one of our bigger events of the year.  Everyone sings and smiles, the kids, the old folks, the help at the home. The kids with their smiles, singing and swinging bodies, and enthusiasm pretty much brings the whole residence to a standstill.  Remember: Second bus kids will be early getting home coming up with high school kids. (Oh, and Warren Patrick is there every year in the front row. He is 106 years old). You can look him up online.  

    Crafts on Tuesday, the 19th in the afternoon.  Mrs. Kehoe is in charge of coordinating it and would like the crafters to let her know by Friday the 15th what they will be creating. We will set tables up Monday afternoon so it is not quite so hectic on Tuesday. Then crafters would be set up and not have to rush…giving them time to make sure they have everything.

    Gift exchange will be Wednesday, December 20. We will have an All School meeting around 11:00 and the gift exchange at 11:15. Names were picked this week. We sent home an email telling whose name your child drew.

    Skating at Vermont Academy on the 21st. This is the last day before the holiday begins and it is a half day. We will be going by car, and need volunteer drivers. The plan is to deliver the kids home on the way back at noon time.  We are getting the extra skates down this week for the kids to try on. We have sent a sheet home with each child to let us know what they have or what they will need.The most important item to remember is that everyone has to wear a helmet.

    Posted Dec 8, 2017, 11:42 AM by Admin Windham
  • December 1, 2017

    Windham Elementary School Newsletter


    December 1, 2017

    Habits of Mind: “Safe, Responsible, Respectful, Ready to Learn”


    Three events to keep track of: Windham Elementary Winter Concert will be on Monday, December 11th at 6:30.

    Holiday Chorus at Leland and Gray on Wednesday, December 13.

    Windham Congregational Church event on Sunday, December 17th at 6:00.

     Same old same old: We still have kids that show up with no mittens or hats. Then they are cold on the playground. We are trying to help kids be organized at the end of the day, and bring their things back home. It will help them keep track of hats, mittens and snow pants if you can mark them by sewing colored buttons or colored thread on their outdoor wear, putting identifying patches on their clothes or marking  with a black marker makes easier for them us to identify.

    Important: Since we are doing painting Monday afternoons with acrylic paints in December, it will help if you dress your child in an old shirt or blouse, so it does not get ruined. Even though they wear paint shirts that does not keep the shirt sleeves from getting paint on them. Thank you.

    The kids have had a fun active week outside. A couple of the days were perfect for playing hide and seek. This involved hiding in all sorts of out of the way places and racing back to get home before the “IT” person. Lots of laughter and rosy red cheeks.

    The week before vacation they made snowmen.  Very changeable weather here.

     Everyone have a good weekend.

    Posted Dec 5, 2017, 7:28 AM by Admin Windham
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5940 Windham Hill Road     Windham, VT 05359    Phone: 802-874-4159   Fax:802-874-4929