See Inside for a building-by-building guide to our summer reading program!
Summer reading fun begins at Windsor Public Library with kick-off events on 6/15 (teens) and 6/22 (children). Attend programs, read books, and take part in activities all summer. Visit the website : www.windsorlibrary.com.
Windsor Public Schools
Director of Arts and Humanities
(860) 687-2000, ext. 1285
WPS SUMMER READING EVENTS
Reading Rocks! Rock Hunt and Book Giveaway
6/22- 10:30am at The Windsor Public Library
Summer Reading Read-In and Family Cookout
7/22- 6pm at Northwest Park
Book Bike Book Giveaways Thursdays- 6pm on the Windsor Town Green (July & August)
Contact Principal Michelle Williams with questions: email@example.com
Students should read from a "We Are Windsor" book list, which features diverse characters. Clover Street honors its summer readers by awarding them Clover Cash for every 5 books they read. The Cash can be used at the school store throughout the school year.
Contact Principal Tracie Peterson with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students entering grades 1 & 2 receive a bag of 10 leveled books. The school will provide an electronic link to help families document student reading and to enter students into a drawing for summer reading prizes that will be awarded at the start of the 2019-20 school year.
Contact Principal Mary Kay Ravenola with questions: email@example.com
Students should read from a "We Are Windsor" book list, which features diverse characters. JFK summer readers earn coupons for every 5 books they read. They can use the coupons throughout the school year at the school store, or to buy ice cream on Fridays.
John F. Kennedy
Contact Bonnie Fineman with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are invited to play Summer Reading Bingo to earn rewards for reading and attending events at Windsor Public Library. OE will celebrate summer reading at an assembly in Sept. The school is providing families with a recommended book list.
K-2 students should read or be read to for a minimum of 20 minutes daily.
3-5 students should read for a minimum of 30 minutes a day, at least 5 days a week.
2019 Summer Reading Program
Contact English Dept. Chair India Monroe with questions: email@example.com
WHS is providing a recommended book list. Summer reading "kicks off" in advisory with a book talk and raffle. Students are also invited to attend the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival in August where one of the authors on the recommended book list will be reading. Summer readers are invited to a celebration in Sept.
See below for the summer reading program at each school. Book lists are available on our website.
J. F. Kennedy
6-12 Students should read for a minimum of 35 minutes a day, at least 5 days a week.
Contact Humanities Coach Lillie Stuart with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are engaging in an author study, with each grade reading a different book by student-selected author, Jason Reynolds. SPMS is providing families with a reading list. Summer reading participants earn prizes and certificates, and are entered in a raffle for additional gifts.