Welcome to East Windsor Public Schools
Welcome to the official website of the East Windsor, Connecticut Public Schools and the Town of East Windsor Board of Education. Parents, family members, students, staff and the public can use this site as an informative online resource for information on each of our schools, specific departments of the BOE, and other valuable resources. Read More...
"East Windsor Public Schools will provide a high-quality, comprehensive, and meaningful education for all students within a safe and nurturing environment. Each student will be treated as an individual and taught to function as a member of a group and as a productive member of society. We will strive for each student to be proficient in all curricular areas. Our guiding principle: Inspiring growth. Achieving success."
- Letter from New England Association of Schools & Colleges, Inc. - May 23, 2014
- Letter from Connecticut State Department of Education - May 28, 2014
Parent Questions for the BOE and their Responses
- Written Response to Parents
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The Voice of East Windsor Public Schools
East Windsor High School senior, John Olechnicki, was recently recruited to be the “Voice of East Windsor Public Schools” by EWPS Central Services administration. John, the son of Mary Olechnicki of Broad Brook, was first discovered by the administration at the EWHS Fifth Annual Poetry Out Loud Recitation Contest on January 30, 2014. As a competitor in the event, his distinguished voice made such an impression that he was asked to record the welcome message on the district automated phone service.
When asked if he had ever considered a career in television or radio broadcasting, John replied, “Honestly, no. I had never really considered it, though I have been told I’d be good for it. I certainly never thought I would be asked to become the new automated voice message for my school.”
After John walks the halls of East Windsor High School for the last time in June, he will work throughout the summer months and attend UCONN in September, majoring in anthropology.
Although his presence will be missed, his voice will remain within the district.