Recently, New York City Department of Education Chancellor Richard Carranza, along with Michael Benedetto, Chair of the NY State Standing Committee on Education and Assemblymember; Jo Anne Simon, Member of the NY State Standing Committee on Education and Assemblymember; Drs. Sally and Bennett Shaywitz, Co-Founders and Co-Directors of the Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity; Robert Carroll, Windward alum and New York State Assemblymember, visited The Windward School's Manhattan campus.
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Ms. Lori Squillante will be the next assistant division head of The Windward School’s Manhattan Lower School. Ms. Squillante will be leaving her current position as the Westchester Lower School coordinator of math and diversity advisor to assume this position as of July 1, 2019.
Several steps must be taken in order for Response to Intervention (RTI) to effectively improve general education students reading achievement, identify students who need special education services and provide effective interventions for special education students.
On Saturday, April 13 more than 300 members of the Windward community gathered at the Westchester Middle School and Manhattan campuses to volunteer at the first Windward Parents Association CommUNITY Service Day.
This issue of The Beacon features a new Q&A series with inspiring leaders in the world of dyslexia, kicking off with an interview with John Hoke, Chief Design Officer at Nike.
You're invited to join The Windward School's Board President, Ellen Bowman, to toast Dr. John J. Russell's 13 years as Head of The Windward School at Guastavino's in NYC on Saturday, May 4, 2019.
Don't miss the latest happenings for Windward alumni inside.
Windward's Manhattan Lower School is now accepting applications for first grade for the 2019-2020 school year.
By identifying struggling readers, kindergarten teachers can help prevent the cascading, debilitating effects of not learning to read.
Recently, The Windward School Board of Trustees approved the next strategic plan, Writing the Next Chapter. Read more about it here.