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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

  • March 16, 2018

    Windham Elementary School Newsletter


    March 16, 2018

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



    Tomorrow night, Saturday, March 17th there will be a free dinner and contra/square dance at the Townshend Town Hall. The dinner is at 5PM and the dance goes from 6 to 8. Music and calling will be provided by Sally Newton and Friends. The event is organized by the Community Hope and Action Group in Townshend.

    Monday afternoon after lunch, we will be going to the Ceramic studio for art.

    Thursday the 22nd at 5:00 we will be having a pasta dinner to help raise money for this year’s Keewaydin trip. Bring as many neighbors, family and friends as you can. The trip costs about $800 for the three students.

    Next Wednesday the 21st is the last day of JISP and cross country skiing.

    On Friday, the 23rd we will be going by bus to Leland and Gray right at 8:30 for the TIGER show. I have already emailed a copy of what TIGER is about to all parents. There is much more information on the sheet than I could ever cover in our newsletter.

    Everyone enjoy St. Patrick’s Day.

    Q: What was the leprechaun’s favorite cereal?
    A: Lucky charms

    Posted Mar 16, 2018, 8:44 AM by Admin Windham
  • March 9, 2018

    Windham Elementary School Newsletter


    March 9, 2018

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


    Well, this has been a different kind on week. No school on Monday and Tuesday. Half a day on Wednesday due to snow and a snow day on Thursday.   It has been like a continuation of vacation week. Somehow it seemed appropriate to be here in pajamas today since we just could not get enough school time in.  

    Our school nurse was here this week doing ear testing.   The kids do love it when they are called out of the room.  It makes them feel special, especially the little ones.

    Ms. West wanted us to remind everyone that Jump Rope for Heart forms went home and are due back next Thursday. Thank you.

    We will be going to the art studio each Monday for the rest of this month.

    It was nice to see so many kids at Town Meeting.  They may not sit through it, but this is the beginning of their awareness of the special meeting.

    Our last day of school this year will be Monday, June 18, due to the snow day we had yesterday.

    We just placed an order for a portable net in the all-purpose room.  This was a big hit with the kids when the PE teacher left it here earlier this winter. We have some balls that are the size of beach balls and are perfect for batting back and forth over the net. They really wake up and get their blood flowing when they get here in the morning and play with it.

    Posted Mar 9, 2018, 9:34 AM by Admin Windham
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5940 Windham Hill Road     Windham, VT 05359    Phone: 802-874-4159   Fax:802-874-4929