WELCOME TO THE WINDSOR SCHOOLS
Meeting the Special Needs of Children
Every student deserves the opportunity to succeed in school. At the Windsor Schools, we understand that to succeed, some students needs a different approach to learning. Windsor Academy K - 8 and Windsor Preparatory High School are state-approved, non-profit, alternative education programs for classified, special needs students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or other behavioral concerns. Windsor's special education school programs feature a wide variety of academic strategies, along with a structured behavior modification system, counseling, and consistent parental communication, to give your child the best opportunity to succeed. Academic achievement, community service and mainstreaming are more than possibilities, they are proven realities for Windsor students.
School Violence Awareness & Week of Respect 2014
Windsor recognizes New Jersey’s "School Violence Awareness Week" and "Week of Respect".
Click on our blog page above to see how our schools support this important issue.
Winners of the October "Month of Respect" Anti-Violence T-Shirt Contest:
“BEST IN CLASS”
Blanchard: Jasmine S.
Decker: Trinity G.
Woodcock: Danasia H.
Pela: Jamiyl H.
Grand Prize Winners: Windsor Academy students Crystal B. and Yazmir C.
October Students of the Month
Congratulations to our October Students of the Month!
|Mr. Woodcock||Danasia H.|
|Ms. Decker||Jorge P.|
|Mr. Blanchard||Destiny C.|
|Ms. Bovasso||Christian D.|
|Mrs. Siesta||Terrell J.|
|Mr. Pela||Joshua J.|
|Pillar of Character - Respect|
|Mr. Blanchard||Khyle H.|
|Mr. Siesta||Krystian P.|
|Mr. Pela||Justin S.|
|Ms. Decker||Trinity G.|
|Mr. Woodcock||Mufee G.|
|Mr. Winterfield||Eginhard R.|
|Ms. Tareky||Ye'Jide C.|
|Ms. Wolfer||Aminah M.|
|Ms. Washington||Denroy G.|
|Ms. Kressaty||Tyronne A.|
|Mrs. Maida||Samar C.|
|Mr. Alonso||Wilfredo G.|
Windsor School News
Windsor Classroom Upgrades include iPads
Windsor Academy and Windsor Prep have integrated iPads into the classroom environment. Students are excited and engaged in rich learning experiences using the numerous educational apps available for this new technology.
The “REACH” Program offers a curriculum geared toward students who struggle with a traditional high school curriculum. Academic, social, language, and employment skills are addressed through a functional life skills curriculum and correlated to the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards.
For more information, download the REACH flyer.
Transition Assistance Program (TAP)
Transition Assistance Program (TAP) offers students who have completed all the state academic requirements for graduation an opportunity to continue their education in the areas of career exploration and employment skills as well as independent life skills.
For more information, download the TAP flyer.