This fall, Edukate NYC will support an incoming student at The Windward School by granting tuition assistance and pro bono legal services. This dynamic partnership directly serves the mission of each organization in their efforts to provide students in need with the skills and strategies required to succeed in school and achieve their academic potential.
Library & Online Resources
With libraries on each campus, the goal is to provide materials and an instructional program for children with language-based learning disabilities as well as resources for Windward teachers.
Jamie Williamson and Robert Carroll co-authored an op-ed urging New York City and state lawmakers to enact meaningful education reforms to ensure all students have access to effective reading instruction.
Toni Tolentino, a valued member of Windward's Facilities Team, retires after 22 years' service to the School.
New for the 2021-2022 school year, the Stonewall Protests of 1969 were added as a topic that eighth- and ninth-grade students could select for their fourth-quarter research project for their study skills class. A hallmark of the Windward program, the study skills class teaches students about the multi-step process to craft a persuasive essay.