Posts by Aimee Crisanti

Wine Bottle Bingo is back! September 13, 2019

Play Bingo, Win Wine, Raise Funds for Education   Windsor Education Foundation (WEF), now in its 12th year of service to Windsor Public Schools, invites you to Wine Bottle Bingo on Friday, September 13th at 7 p.m. in Matthies Hall at the historic Oliver Ellsworth Homestead, 778 Palisado Ave, Windsor, CT. Wine Bottle Bingo is…

Windsor Treasure Hunt Townwide Tag Sale – June 8, 2019

Sell your stuff or shop for bargains in the Windsor Treasure Hunt Townwide Tag Sale! Homes around town will be holding independent tag sales from 9am-1pm on Saturday June 8. To be included in our advertising and on the Treasure Hunt map, register as a seller for $20. Buyers, come back to the website the…

Math Bags Improve Math Scores

Clover Street School’s Ms. Michalic reports that Math Bags are part of the effort to increase Math scores in her classroom: “Throughout the implementation of the Math Bags in school and at home, I noticed that the Math Bags positively impacted my student’s STAR Math scores and increased their SBAC Math Assessment from previous years.”…

Expanding the Electrathon Program at WHS

Windsor High School is building up the Electrathon program.  The 2017 grant from WEF funded a second vehicle with a composite body.  This enables students the opportunity to work with lightweight materials like carbon fiber, nomex honeycomb, and Kevlar. Electrathon America is a low-cost Electric Vehicle design competition.  The organization was formed in the late…

Students build problem solving skills!

WEF is excited to support teachers throughout the Windsor Public School District by funding the Breakout EDU Experience.  This is a riddle-based set of lessons where students must work together in teams or as an entire classroom to solve clues and puzzles that guide them to find the correct combination for the locks on a…
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