Contact Info

5504 W. Hallett Rd.
Spokane, WA 99224
Office Hours:
7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Office: 509-559-4200
Attendance: 509-559-4202
FAX: 509-624-9107
        Vince Songaylo
        Charmaine Gural
PTO President:
        Natalie Krumbah
Safe Schools Alert




  • Welcome to Windsor Elementary
    Home of the Wildcats

    Pride, Excellence, Respect in Everything We Do!


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  • Windsor Literacy Night
    Windsor’s Family Literacy Night is January 29
    th, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.  You can play bingo for books, meet an author and guest readers or win books at the book walk.  You can read recipes and build a healthy snack, solve mysteries and meet the crime fighters.  Come check out all these fun literacy activities!  For ages 4 and under, there will be fun and games in the preschool room.  More information soon. Stay tuned!
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  • “’PAWS’ to Read”

    Remember to ‘PAWS’ each evening to read! 

    Return your ‘PAWS’ Calendar at the end of the month!

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  • Windsor Annual Sock Drive!
    This is Windsor’s 21st annual sock drive.  We'll collect new socks (tube style preferred) from December 8th-19th. An anonymous donor matches our sock gifts, so when you give, it’s doubled.  Through this longtime Windsor project, we have collected over 15,000 pairs of socks! The socks go to local feet in need of warmth this winter.
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  • Winter Weather Clothing Expectations
    Parents, please send your student to school prepared for winter weather conditions: warm coat, hat, gloves/mittens, snow boots and snow pants. If your student is in need of winter items please contact our school counselor, Ms. McGregor @ 559-4239 for assistance. Likewise if you have new or gently used winter clothing to donate, Ms. McGregor would be happy to distribute items to students in need. Also, please remember appropriate gym shoes are needed for days students participate in physical education.
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  • Harvest of the Month
    December features Potatoes
    Washington state potatoes come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors with names like Russets, Reds, Whites, Yellows/Golds, Blue/Purples and Fingerlings. Most potato crops are planted in spring, and harvested in the fall. The part of the plant we call a "potato" grows underground and is a "tuber". If stored in a dark, dry and cool environment, some potatoes can be stored for up to 12 months.
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  •  ‘Cat Tracks – Windsor Newsletter
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