More than 80 local residents visited Windsor High School to attend the sixth “Superintendent’s Older Americans Month Breakfast”. Hosted by Windsor Public Schools’ Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey A. Villar, this event offers the town’s senior citizens an opportunity to learn first-hand about programs and initiatives underway in the Windsor Public Schools and to ask questions about the school district.
The guests enjoyed a delicious meal prepared by students in Windsor High School’s Culinary Arts program and the school’s Food Services staff. After welcomes from Dr. Villar, Board of Education President Doreen E. Richardson, Windsor Mayor Don Trinks and Assistant Town Manager Emily Moon, Windsor High Principal Russell Sills presented three infomercial videos that were produced by students for broadcast at Windsor High School. Sills then introduced three graduating seniors who shared their personal and academic experiences in the Windsor schools. The students who spoke were Holly Loomer, Sheldon Reid, and Regine (Charlie) Williams. Following the presentations, students provided personal tours of the high school were provided to interested guests.
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