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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

Is Kentucky Unbeatable?

Apr 2, 2015 • by Andrew Wood • Windsor Jr Sr High School
The Kentucky men’s basketball team entered the NCAA men’s division 1 tournament with an impressive 34-0 record. It is impressive to win 34 games in a row no matter what your schedule looks like. Kentucky had thei More

Warmer Future Ahead for Windsor

Apr 2, 2015 • by Matthew Walasewicz • Windsor Jr Sr High School
This past Winter was much colder than average all across the United States, and it was particularly brutal in Vermont. Temperature throughout the season were considerably lower than the monthly averages. During a regular March, the average high temperature is 39 degrees, but this More

Exchange Student Profile: Augusto Chen

Apr 1, 2015 • by Brooke Winter • Windsor Jr Sr High School
In August of 2014, Augusto Chen came to Vermont from Brazil to be an exchange student for his junior year. Augusto, who quickly received the nickname “Gus” by his peers, was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Sao Paulo is the biggest city in Brazil, and the world&rs More

Apple Unveils Second Wave of New Tech, Including Thinnest Laptop in History

Mar 29, 2015 • by Casey Husband • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Cupertino, CA - Apple released new details on it’s next generation MacBook, a release date for the new Apple Watch, as well as updates to their Apple TV in their March Special Event that took p More

Ottawa Senators Squeeze Win From Bruins

Mar 21, 2015 • by Isaac Robison • Windsor Jr Sr High School
The Senators take a 6-4 victory of the Bruins in an incredibly close game on Thursday. More

March Madness Predictions

Mar 17, 2015 • by Jake Meagher • Windsor Jr Sr High School
This week the NCAA men's basketball tournament begins. Nicknamed “March Madness” for the unexpected upsets, it is very unlikely with the 68 team tournament to pick every game correct. Kentucky is one of More

March Madness Predictions

Mar 17, 2015 • by Jake Meagher • Windsor Jr Sr High School
This week the NCAA men's basketball tournament begins. Nicknamed “March Madness” for the unexpected upsets, it is very unlikely with the 68 team tournament to pick every game correct. Kentucky is one of the big favorites to win More

WHS Favorite Teacher is...

Mar 11, 2015 • by Austin Nelson • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Favorite Teacher There are  many qualities that make a good teacher. It takes a lot more than just a few to be a student’s favorite teacher. According to many at WHS Stan Spencer happens to possess many of those qualities. More

Dress Controversy Blows Up Internet

Mar 11, 2015 • by Andrew Wood • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Over the past week a huge new dilemma has grown on the internet. When you scroll through your news feed, or just search the web, you have probably seen a black and blue dress. Others see gold and white, but it is just an illusion. The dress is actually blue and black, but only 42% More

Curriculum Changes Big Talking Point at School Board Meeting

Mar 11, 2015 • Windsor Jr Sr High School
by Jacob Garnjost Students and teachers came out Tuesday night to voice their opinions about proposed changes to the Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union's curriculum. The proposed adoption of the More

WHS Students Travel to France

Mar 9, 2015 • Windsor Jr Sr High School
by Brooke Winter Today 12 students from Windsor High School are travelling to France. Students, led by French teacher Madame PK, will visit many historical and important landmarks all over the country. After arriving More

Will the Addition of Lacrosse Affect Other Spring Sports?

Mar 9, 2015 • by Anika Abrahamsen • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Recently Windsor High School added another sport to its spring sports agenda.  Lacrosse is a sport that has been requested at Windsor many times and now that is an option many students have signed up to get the experience.  Though lacrosse is an excellent idea for gettin More

Recent Poll shows Basketball is the Most Popluar WHS Sport

Mar 6, 2015 • by Rowan Kelly • Windsor Jr Sr High School
In a recent poll taken of the student body to see which was their favorite sport to play and favorite sport to watch, basketball came out on top as the favorite sport to play and also basketball was the favorite game to watc More

Senior Class Kicks Off Winter Carnival With An Airband Win

Mar 6, 2015 • by Anika Abrahamsen • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Last month Windsor Jr/Sr High School held their annual Winter Carnival.  Winter Carnival kicks off with Airband in the theater.  Airband is one of the most important events in Winter Carnival because it grants the most points and gives each class a chance to prove that t More

No More Choice at Windsor

Mar 6, 2015 • by May Orogi • Windsor Jr Sr High School
Windsor High School is in the process of making plans for big changes in the curriculum for math, English, and social studies for the upcoming 2015/2016 school year. The courses and outlines of classes are changing in English and social studies, along with kids b More

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