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WINDSOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
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
 
Principal:
        Vince Songaylo
 
Secretary:
        Charmaine Gural
 
PTO President:
        Natalie Krumbah
 
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  • Welcome to Windsor Elementary
    Home of the Wildcats

    Pride, Excellence, Respect in Everything We Do!

    Wildcats

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  • PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH 27 at 7:30 AM

    For some of the registration materials which can be completed before going to your local school, please see "Student Registration" under the "Parent Resources" tab on this district website.  Please bring a copy of the child’s legal birth certificate and current shot records.  Preference will be given to children who will be 4 years old by August 31st. 

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  •   REGISTER NOW FOR KINDERGARTEN
    For some of the registration materials which can be completed before going to your local school, please see "Student Registration" under the "Parent Resources" tab on this district website. Please bring a copy of the child’s legal birth certificate and current shot records. Children must be 5 years old by August 31st.

     

     
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  • Mobile Food Bank Distribution
    Join us at Windsor Elementary School on April 29, May 26, and June 9 from 3-5pm in the Community Room to receive delicious and nutritious groceries from the Food Bank.  Mobile Food Bank Flier
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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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  • Harvest of the month features PEAS
    Fresh pea pods are an excellent source of folic acid. Garden peas are also good in vitamin K. The pea is one of the oldest cultivated vegetables in the world. Washington State produces 31% of all dry peas grown in the United States. In fact, until recently, the Eastern Washington's Palouse region was the largest producer of dry peas in the country.
    Peas
     
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  •  ‘Cat Tracks – Windsor Newsletter
     
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