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Marathon Runners Come Together in Response to 2013 Bombing

May 28, 2015 • by Anika Abrahamsen • Windsor Jr Sr High School
There are certain moments in life where people must come together to build each other up and fix the wrongs in the world.  It’s an obvious fact that when people join together to complete a task or make a movement it is more effective and reaches out to more people. The More

Our Schedule isn't that (Flex)able: Flex period time change just won't work

May 28, 2015 • by Nick Kapuscinski • Windsor Jr Sr High School
The 2015-16 class schedule for Windsor High School has moved flex, a study hall where kids can do homework, meet with teachers or just take a break for a little while from 4th period to 7th period. This change is said to be more beneficial for the students but I personally disagre More

Disciplinary actions needed at WHS

May 27, 2015 • by Russell Simonds • Windsor Jr Sr High School
In my four years as a high school student at Windsor High School I have noticed the decline of discipline throughout the school. When I was a freshmen the discipline was strict and you couldn’t get away with anything, now More

Is He Goodell For The NFL?

May 26, 2015 • by Jake Meagher • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Roger Goodell, Commissioner of the National Football League. Loved by few ( if any), hated by many. Goodell became the Commissioner of the NFL in 2006 and is still to this day. Over this time, he has had to deal with a lot of issues with players suspensions and other things his jo More

Moderating the Militarization of Law Enforcement

May 22, 2015 • by Casey Husband • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Today Americans find themselves a part of a society encompassed by violent protests, terrorist threats, and headlines involving some sort of extreme violence. Between the Ferguson and Baltimore protests, there has be More

NBA Playoffs Overview

May 22, 2015 • by Andrew Wood • Windsor Jr Sr High School
This year the playoffs seem to be a little odd. There are many teams that usually do well for their name, that didn’t quite meet their standards this season. The Heat who have won two titles in three years didn’t even make the playoffs. That was mostly because of the departure of thei More

Windsor High School in Green Up Day

May 15, 2015 • by Brooke Winter • Windsor Jr Sr High School
On Friday, April 25 of 2015, 61 Windsor High School students participated in Green Up Day. The students were dismissed from school after lunch, and were bussed to different locations. The Windsor Fairgrounds, Route 44, Route 5, and parts of the Brownsville Trail were cleaned. Ther More

Wheatley Curriculum Takes Root in Windsor Jr./Sr. High School

May 14, 2015 • by Rowan Kelly • Windsor Jr Sr High School
For the last few months the student body at Windsor High School, in Windsor, Vermont, has had questions about a new curriculum being put into place starting next year. Due to certain educational laws passed in Vermont ( Rule 2000, Secti More

The Hubble Telescope Turns 25

May 13, 2015 • by Isaac Robison • Windsor Jr Sr High School
its the Hubble Space Telescopes 25th anniversary! More

The love of baseball looking to return?

May 12, 2015 • by Russell Simonds • Windsor Jr Sr High School
As the Vermont baseball season gets going there is always a talk in the school about the better team in that season. For the fall and winter seasons the football team and the boys basketball team dominated the season with placing higher than the other teams. But during the spring More

Windsor High School 2015 Faculty Changes

May 11, 2015 • by Nick Kapuscinski • Windsor Jr Sr High School
The 2015-2016 school year at Windsor High School is going to look a little different, mainly who is teaching what. There are plans to move teachers around along with bringing in some new faces to fill holes. One major change will be the absence of P More

Vermont Radar Station Remains a Haunting Reminder of the Cold War

May 7, 2015 • by Casey Husband • Windsor Jr Sr High School
East Haven - Located 15 miles northeast of Lyndonville lies a decommissioned U.S. Air Force radar surveillance station. Unknown to a vast majority of Vermonters, the base served as New England’ More

Northern Stage Looks to Move Up with Big Move

May 7, 2015 • by Jacob Garnjost • Windsor Jr Sr High School
After 18 years in the Briggs Opera House in White River Junction, the Northern Stage Theater Company is moving and building a new theatre just down the street. While most moves like this are efforts to add more seating, not this time. The new theatre is about efficiency, comfort and bringing people More

SBAC testing at Windsor High School

May 7, 2015 • by Jake Meagher • Windsor Jr Sr High School
The week of April 20th, grades 4,7,8, and 11 took part in SBAC testing. SBAC testing consists of four tests, two English and two math over the course of 4 days. One math and one English test are multiple choice, and the other two are long answer tests. SBAC stands for Smarter Bala More

New Resource Officer Joins Windsor High School

May 6, 2015 • by Austin Nelson • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Windsor High Sch More

Matzah and Madness

Apr 6, 2015 • by Jacob Garnjost • Windsor Jr Sr High School
An evening of basketball and opinions. More

Matzah and Madness

Apr 6, 2015 • by Jacob Garnjost • Windsor Jr Sr High School
An evening of basketball and opinions. More

Windsor Gives Its Students a Look Into the Past

Apr 3, 2015 • by Anika Abrahamsen • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Recently the band and chorus students of Windsor High School were given a special treat.  They went on a field trip along with many other students from a variety of high schools.  This field trip led to the Hopkins Center at Dartmouth College to see a performance called More

Spanish Club Travels To Margaritas

Apr 3, 2015 • by Austin Nelson • Windsor Jr Sr High School
  This Wednesday the Spanish two and three classes went to Margaritas to learn more about Mexican culture and food. The students learned about many of the art and decorations that go into a Margaritas restaurant. We were shown where and how all of their art More

Slam Dunk? More Like Slam Don't

Apr 3, 2015 • by Andrew Wood • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Yesterday, April 2nd, at Butler University, they held the college dunk and three point contests. Many people were excited to see some of the most athletic kids in the country throw down some unbelievable dunks. They might ha More

Windsor and Its Many Math Teachers

Apr 3, 2015 • by Nick Kapuscinski • Windsor Jr Sr High School
During the last few years at Windsor, students have seen quite a few changes. Countless teachers have come and gone, administration has changed hands and the high school now includes 7th and 8th grade. Something that seems to be recurring though is the revolving door of math teach More

Spanish Classes Travel to Margaritas Restaurant

Apr 3, 2015 • by Matthew Walasewicz • Windsor Jr Sr High School
On Wednesday the Windsor Spanish II and Spanish III classes, a group of thirty students, took a trip to Tio Juan’s Margaritas Mexican Restaurant in Lebanon, NH. The trip started with a brief history of the restaurant and short videos showing th More

Windsor Claims First Place in 3D Printing Competition

Apr 2, 2015 • by Rowan Kelly • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Last week 20 Vermont schools went to VTC to compete in one of the first 3D printing competitions that schools in Vermont were asked to compete in. Out of all 20 schools, Windsor found it’s way to the top and claimed first place. The team brought home 10 Nexus Tablets and br More

Spring Activities Resume on Mt. Ascutney

Apr 2, 2015 • by Sidney Gudisman • Windsor Jr Sr High School
With the spring fast approaching in Vermont, the possibilities for outdoor activities are seemingly endless. Those affected by cabin fever during this long, cold Vermont winter are in luck, as hiking, biking, and even swimming are becoming more available, even in the Windsor area. More

Spring Oppurtunities at the Windsor Recreation Center

Apr 2, 2015 • by Sidney Gudisman • Windsor Jr Sr High School
If you're looking for a way to stay active and fit as spring begins, then the Windsor Recreation Center is offering activities open to all ages and abilities. Spring activities are now open for registration and have limited spaces. Activities for this spring include such all-age and ong More

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