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

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  • Welcome to Windsor -
    where our
    Wildcats rule!

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  • Kindergarten and Preschool Registration Open

    Registration packets can be picked up at the school office or downloaded from www.cheneysd.org/Domain/46 starting on March 21st. They cannot be returned to the school until 7:30 on the 28th. Please bring a copy of your child’s legal birth certificate and a copy of immunizations as well.  Preschool serves children ages 3 and 4, but preference for preschool enrollment/attendance will be given to children who will be at least 4 by August 31st. Kindergarteners must be 5 years old by August 31st. * Registration will also be open for grades 1-5.

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  • Windsor's Book Fair
    You’re invited to Windsor’s “Buy-One-Get-One-Free” Book Fair. Dates are April 21st to April 25th. Hours are 8:00 to 4:00, Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 to 4:00 on Friday. There will be books for all ages, at great prices. It’s a nice time to stock up for birthdays and Christmas!
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  • Windsor's Fit for Bloomsday Training

    Get ready to run Spokane’s Bloomsday race on May 4th by participating in Windsor’s Fit for Bloomsday Program.  Come and join Mr. Lungo every Tuesday and Thursday from March 18th to May 1st, from 3:00 to 4:00 pm.  All Windsor students are welcome, and parents of the younger Wildcats are urged to attend with them, as their little legs may get tired before the hour is done.  Watch your child’s folder for more information and a sign-up form.  No district transportation will be provided.

    Fit For Bloomsday

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  • 'Cat Track News
     
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  •    Berries are the "Harvest of the Month" for April.
    Berries are grown all over our state and Eastern Washington is becoming a leading producer of blueberries. Berries make a great snack and are rich in Vitamin C.
     Berries
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