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The tradition continues! Help us celebrate Windsor Kindness Week!

It’s a fact: one kind word can change someone’s entire day. Join the Town of Windsor and the Windsor Optimist Club by participating in Kindness Week, Feb. 10-16. Here are a few ideas/suggestions on ways each person can spread a little kindness this week:

Sunday: Service Sunday – Kick off the week with a good deed or act of service. Food donation bins benefiting the Windsor-Severance Food Pantry will be located at both the Windsor Safeway and King Soopers until 8 p.m.

Monday: Senior Smiles – Brighten the day of a Windsor senior citizen.

Tuesday: Reach Out & Write – Connect with someone who has impacted your life.

Wednesday: Share the Love – Pay it forward and extend random but intentional acts of kindness to others rather than a person that may have directly helped you.

Thursday: Thank an Educator – Recognize a teacher, mentor, or school staff member that has made a difference. Cards will be available at the Clearview Library District.

Friday: Recognize First Responders & Veterans – Thank you banners for Windsor first responders and veterans will be available to sign at the Clearview Library District.

Saturday: Neighborly Nod – Do something kind for your neighbor — shovel their walk, bring them goodies, or just spend time together!

Thoughtfulness matters and together we can build endless loop of kindness. ☺️

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Mrs. Sampson’s class explored different ways to find area and perimeter using a variety of methods.

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Today first grade traveled on an American Symbols Tour. We visited the Statue of Liberty, the Liberty bell, Washington monument, Lincoln memorial as well as the bald eagle and American flag!

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Some early morning science brought to you by Mrs. Belcastro’s fifth graders. The cool weather phenomenon outside today is called “hoarfrost.” Some students found the science behind it and took these photos and resources.

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