Bond and Levy Facts

2015 BOND Fact:

Due to high demand for athletics
programs, high school athletes

must be bussed off-site for practice.

2015 LEVY Fact:

Approximately 4300 students and 600 staff members are directly affected by the levy. Class size, counselors, nurses, sports, leadership, textbooks, school and teacher supplies, transportation, special education, nutrition services program, Highly Capable education, computer replacement and repair, software, substitute teachers, and facilities maintenance are all supported in whole or part by local levy funds.

 

Contact Info

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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  • Mobile Food Bank Distribution
    Join us at Windsor Elementary School on January 28th from 4:30-6:30pm in the Community Room to receive delicious and nutritious groceries from the Food Bank.  Mobile Food Bank Flier
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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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  • 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 features Beef
    Beef is an excellent source of protein, a powerful nutrient that helps strengthen and sustain bodies and hearts. Research shows protein can help in maintaining a healthy weight, building muscle and fueling physical activity - all which play an important role in a healthful lifestyle and disease prevention. Educator Newsletter Beef
     
     
     
     
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