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ONLINE Registration

Summer Enrichment  & Tree House Programs

School Year 2022-2023


Before & After School 

Grades PK-5


Please visit our Tree House website for more information!

CAMP Tree House 2023

Camp Tree House is BACK and will be held at Poquonock School. Summer Camp is open to students entering grade 1-5

 Tree House will also be hosting a wraparound program for students in grades 1-5 participating in the district-wide summer enrichment.

For additional information please visit:

 2023 WPS Summer Programs Guide

Registration opens 3/15/2023

Credit Accumulation Registration Opens Monday, April 3rd

The Summer School Credit Accumulation Program is open to Windsor High students. Credit Accumulation is designed to keep students on track for graduation. Current sophomores and juniors may earn additional credit in Health 11/12 or Personal Finance. Credit Accumulation is ONLINE ONLY. It will run from June 26 - July 27, 2023 (No Fridays and no school on July 4th). Credit Accumulation will be offered to WHS Students free of charge



The Office of Instructional Services is excited to offer disguised learning through our Summer Enrichment Program. Our program is open to WPS students currently enrolled in our district and who are entering grades 1-12 in August of 2023. We want our students to be engaged and grow through enriching opportunities that will reinforce learning. 

For additional information please visit:


Register with Eleyo for easy-to-use online registration and payments. Eleyo will provide easy to use, reliable, safe and convenient online registration and payment for Summer Enrichment,Tree House and other district programs. This online system will also allow you to check account balances, make payments and print receipts. 

Note: Please plan on at least 15 minutes to complete the registration. Once started, the information is not saved until completed.

Step 1: Create a new account in Eleyo. View instructions for creating an account in Eleyo.

Family Resource Center Programs Registration

Family Resource Centers, with funding from CT State Department of Education,  provide access to a continuum of resources and services to all families to provide healthy child development and thriving relationships.

Not looking for Tree House?

Want to register for Credit Accumulation at WHS?

Looking to Pay a Bill?

You can find your bills for child care and after school programs by logging into your account.