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  • FRC Summer Prek-K

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  • Family Resource Centers

    The Family Resource Centers provide access to a continuum of resources and services to all families to provide healthy development and thriving relationships.
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  • Tree House Program

    WPS DISTRICT MISSION Our mission is to develop the genius in every child and create life-long learners. TREE HOUSE VISION Our vision is to engage students in a high quality ‘disguised’ learning opportunities within a safe and supportive environment. TREE HOUSE CORE STRATEGIES Our core strategies align with Windsor Public Schools’ Core Beliefs: Collaboration, Equity, Family and Community Partnerships, and Growth Mindset. The Tree House core strategies consist of: Homework Help/Academic Activities: 20 to 30 minutes of focused homework help and additional academic activities to support learning. Academic Enrichment: disguised learning with fun and engaging hands on activities including STEM, Arts, Social Emotional Learning, Health and Wellness: recreation and movement activities such as yoga, dancing, and sports. ABOUT TREE HOUSE Tree House provides high-quality extended learning opportunities for students from pre-k through grade five. We integrate into the schools to promote a seamless continuation of educational and social experiences for all children. Tree House is offered to all students at the four elementary schools however located only at three: JFK, Oliver Ellsworth (OE), and Poquonock. To be eligible for the Tree House Program, a child must attend one of WPS four elementary schools. The Tree House Program utilizes a curriculum that is student-centered, enriching, and linked to learning. Building social relationships are an essential context for learning, we respect and value the strengths and interests of our students by incorporating their ideas and interests into their daily activities. Tree House students will have opportunities to play together, work on projects individually, and participate in small groups. Overall, the Tree House learning environment enables students to construct understanding through interactions with adults and other children through disguised learning. Tree House enrichment plans and activities align with the Windsor Public Schools curriculum across the grade levels. The Tree House Program Leaders participate annually in professional development courses and First Aid – CPR - AED training. Our ratios (1:15 for grades 3 to 5, 2:8 grades Pre-K to 2nd) enable our qualified staff to meet the individualized needs of each of their students. The Tree House environments are designed to encourage hands-on learning, social-emotional learning opportunities, and health and wellness activities. All students are provided with a quiet area to do their homework and the opportunity for tutoring. Additionally, Tree House will offer a variety of activities throughout the school year. You may learn more about our curriculum, clubs, and news by viewing the Tree House Parent Board located in each school or online on our website:
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