Windham & Raymond School Nutrition Program is committed to ensuring that all children in our communities have access to nutritious food during this time of closure do to Covid-19 & the Corona Virus outbreak.
Jason Jacobe was a star on and off the court - a Male Athlete of the Year and a Division 1 Athlete. He excelled in the classroom and was Valedictorian for his graduating class of 2002. Unfortunately, Jason was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and passed away last year.
Windham High School is a community of learners. We offer a safe, welcoming environment built on a foundation of pride, trust, honesty, and respect. We believe that physical, mental, and social well-being are building blocks for personal and academic success. Our commitment to quality education emphasizes individualized learning experiences, challenging academics, and varied opportunities for creative thinking and healthful risk-taking. Exposure to the arts, to careers, and to areas of personal interest invites meaningful planning for the future. Our fundamental goal is to foster a passion for lifelong learning. Windham High School is truly a place where all can wonder, explore, and achieve. Our learning community will be one where every student will meet academic,social and civic expectations. ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS: Every student will read,write and speak effectively. Every student will use inquiry, investigation and decision-making to solve problems. Every student will effectively utilize technology as part of his/her learning process. SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS: Every student will have multiple opportunities to understand the connection between his/her own behaviors and their impact on others. CIVIC EXPECTATIONS: Every student will have multiple opportunities to be an informed and involved citizen.