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Community members are invited to ask questions, participate in conversation, and learn how the budget supports the goals of Windham Public Schools.
To prevent widespread flu in our schools, please keep your child home from school if they are experiencing flu-like symptoms.
Call 860-465-2515 to learn more about Compañeros, Windham's dual-language program, and fill an application for 2018-19.
You are invited to the 2018 Invention Convention at Charles H. Barrows STEM Academy at 141 Tuckie Road North Windham. On Thursday, March 1 grades 5-8 will be exhibiting their inventions from 1:30- 3:00. On Friday, March 2 grades K-4 will be presenting their inventions from 1:30-3:00. This event is open to all Barrows friends and families. Come and see what creative and innovative ideas our young inventors have created! We hope to see you there.
Make sure to apply online before February 23. Stop by a Walk-In Computer Center for assistance.
Time: 6 PM – 7 PM
Location: Room 258
Time: 8:45 AM – 9:45 AM
Location: Windham Early Childhood Center
322 Prospect St., Willimantic
Location: Staff Development
Time: 8:15 AM – 1:15 PM
Location: Students Dismiss at 1:15pm
Parent Teacher Conferences
Our very own Addie Wallace in grade 8 was honored on Monday, May 22, 2017 by the prestigious Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering at their annual dinner meeting at UCONN. She received the CASE Award for her invention, the Eco-Tote, which she created to do double duty as an attractive scarf and as a handy tote bag. As part of the CASE aware Addie was presented with a Certificate of Special Recognition signed by Congressman Joe Courtney and a Certificate of Achievement from the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering. Addie is a fabulous representative of our school, and we are very proud of her!!!
Eva Donnelly Hardisty, Oliver Gatti, Darien Jenkins, Dominic Mazzaia, Tobias Keldsen, Lily Norris and Addison Wallace. EXTRA congratulations to Addison Wallace and Oliver Gatti for being invited to the National Invention Convention in Washington, D.C. Only 40 students total from Connecticut were invited to the National level, and Barrows has two of them! Way to go Addie and Oliver! We are so proud of all of you
Our teaching methods, state-of-the-art technology, laboratories, classrooms and equipment provide students with the tools they need to apply effective, critical thinking skills to any challenge. Hands-on inquiry helps to motivate students as they gain confidence and develop a broader intellectual and personal understanding of the world around them.