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What are the most important skills and attributes Windsor students need to develop in order to ensure success in learning, life, and work beyond school?


The Windsor Public School District is seeking your input on an important endeavor of developing A Profile of a Graduate for Windsor Public Schools. A Profile of a Graduate is a process whereby Windsor Public Schools will identify key skills, competencies, and abilities that we would want to develop in our Windsor graduates over their entire time with us. We are seeking input from many different groups including families, students, faculty, and corporate and civic partners. The results of this exchange will assist the district in creating a roadmap as to how we will develop these attributes in our students from pre-kindergarten through graduation. 


We need your input on what qualities you feel a Windsor Public Schools’ graduate should possess in order to succeed beyond high school. To gather your feedback, we’re using a tool called Thoughtexchange. All of our voices matter, so your participation is crucial and valued. 


The Thoughtexchange process has 3 steps: Share, Star and Discover

Share: share thoughts to open-ended questions, independently and confidentially

Star: read thoughts shared by you and other participants, and rate thoughts out of 5 stars

Discover: learn what matters to the group by exploring the thoughts and how they were rated 


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  • Poquonock School Special Education Teacher Jennifer Harrison was recently named one of ten winners of Crayola's National "Thank A Teacher" contest. Parent Nina Montilla (Artist) and student Xavier Montilla submitted handmade thank-you notes expressing their appreciation for the special teacher in their life.

    Crayola announced the "Thank A Teacher" Contest this summer which encouraged students to submit handmade thank-you notes for teachers with a chance to win $20,000 in prizes for their family and school. Thank-you note submissions were evaluated based on creativity, originality, inspiration and intelligibility. Crayola selected 10 finalist winners (including Harrison) to each win a prize pack including:

    $10,000 classroom makeover for the teacher
    One-year supply of Crayola products for the school
    $1,000 scholarship for the student
    $1,000 gift card for both the teacher and school
    Free CreatEd seminar for the school
    One grand prize winner, who has already been named, will also have their thank-you note featured on a box of Crayola crayons just in time for the holiday season.