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Katherine Thomas
Windham JR. High
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Our High School Engineering and Robotics students had the opportunity to attend the Ten80 Innovators in Training Experience in Cleveland this past week.  Students were exposed to a variety of topics in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) such as:  

1.  Computer Coding  a computer game.

2.  Binary Coding and integrating hardware and software.

3.  Learning how to patent an innovation and the process of developing a product.

4.  Leadership skills and traits to being successful.

5.  The science of building and racing a student race car.

Students were a part of various sessions and worked in teams with students from other school dstricts. We are fortunate to be able to provide our students with these experiences and opportunities to expand their knowledge! Thank you to our STEM teacher, Mrs. Brundage, for connecting our school with this trip!


We are always looking to improve our service in the Windham Schools cafeteria. If you have a suggestion, comment, encouraging word or complaint, you can now share your thoughts with the cafeteria staff. Click on the Food Services link to the right and then on the Food Services Feedback Form link on the bottom of the page. We look forward to hearing from you! #windhamfamily

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Help us raise money for our schools!  The Junior and Senior High is participating in the Tyson Project A+™ program, a fund-raising program sponsored by Tyson Foods, Inc. Through this program, we can raise a significant amount of money for our schools! It’s an easy way to raise much needed funds by sending Tyson Project A+ labels from products you probably already buy.

Here’s how it works: Just clip and collect Tyson Project A+ labels from participating Tyson® product packages and send them to school with your child. We’ll collect the labels for the remainder of this school year, and it will continue into next year. We will send the labels to Tyson Foods, and Tyson Foods will send our school a check. Each label is worth 24¢!

If you have any questions about the program, call Kathy Gutherie in the Junior High Office. You can also find details online- Click Here!  

We hope you’ll join us in collecting Tyson Project A+ labels and spread the word to your friends and relatives. It’s such an easy way to raise funds for our schools! Thanks for your support and all that you do for our schools. #windhamfamily

                           A  21st CENTURY TECHNOLOGY DISTRICT