In Every Classroom
Community members are invited to ask questions, participate in conversation, and learn how the budget supports the goals of Windham Public Schools.
To prevent widespread flu in our schools, please keep your child home from school if they are experiencing flu-like symptoms.
Every classroom at Natchaug School will be competing to raise the most coins. All profits will go towards Natchaug School PTO who help fund Field trips, Field Day T-shirts, and much more. The classroom with the most coins will win a pizza party! If willing, please send coins to school with your child to donate to their classroom's collection!" The Contest begins Feb 1st, 2018 and ends Feb 28th, 2018.
We are inviting you and your child to join us for Mother's group Tuesday February 27th 6:00pm-7:30pm. Dinner will be provided.
See what's new across the district in the Winter 2018 issue.
Donation is highest total of any year from this fundraiser. Bowls are still for sale at the Windham High School Main Office.
A letter from Supt. Patricia Garcia about the vote on the referendum November 7
Time: 6 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: Natchaug School
Time: 8 AM – 8:30 AM
Location: Family Resource Center
Time: 8:35 AM – 11 AM
Location: Windham Technical High School
The presenter gave a motivational speech about never giving up, encouraging others and trying your best (NED). She used jokes, stories and yo-yo tricks to engage students about listening to her message.
The students at Natchaug School presented a Holiday Concert for families, friends, and staff. They have been practicing songs and playing instruments to prepare for the program. This event took place December 20th, 2017 from 2pm-2:45pm.
The students at Natchaug School presented a Holiday Concert for families, friends, and staff. They have been practicing songs and playing instruments to prepare for the program. This event took place on December 20th from 9am-9:45am.
On Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 from 6:00pm-7:30pm Natchaug School hosted Winter Family Night Event. The families had the opportunity to do Arts-N-Crafts and the students also had the chance to take pictures with Santa!
On Saturday December 9th, PTO hosted an Applebee's Fundraiser at the Mansfield Applebee's by the Eastbrook Mall. It was a successful event and it was amazing to have the students as our waitress. We had some 5th graders and some 4th graders taking orders as well as serving the people. They had such a great time and a great experience doing it. Such a fun way to get the School and the Community involved.
As many of you know, October is Bullying Awareness Month. In our after school program, we decided to host mini group discussions throughout a whole week, talking about what is bullying and what can we do to prevent it. We also gave students the opportunity to express their own testimonials about hard times that they have went through, having them connect on a whole other level. We concluded our Anti-Bullying Discussion by making a banner with our hand prints to give a sign saying that we rise up against bullying. The students also signed a card where they took a pledge to not be a bully and to stand up for those we see getting bullied. Attached you will find some pictures. I hope that you enjoy them. Have a blessed weekend,
Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Sager class had the opportunity to visit the Eric Carle Museum.At the Eric Carle Musuem of Picture Book Art, the 3rd grade was able to browse the art collections of Eric Carle, David Wiesner and other modern picture book artists. Students learned about different types of art including collage and watercolor painting. They also participated in a workshop where they were able to use the concept of collage to create their own puppets.