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Spotlight On: Joe Fogarasi
Windham High's Joe Fogarasi topped off his 2014 Connecticut State Open title with the New England Championship in the Pole Vault...

Class of 2014 Scholarship Recipients   
WINDHAM HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS 2014 Frederick W. Banning Memorial Scholarship Dakota...

WHS Football Receives Noonan Sportsmanship Award   
Eastern Connecticut Board of Approved Football Officials (ECBAFO) have chosen Windham High School as their Noonan Sportsmanship...

2014 Academic Award Recipients   

Students Raise Funds for Local Animal Shelter   
Senior health classes at Windham High School participated in a community service project of their choice as part of the Teen...

Students release trout into the Natchaug   
By Melanie Savage - Staff WriterWindham - posted Tue., Jun. 3, 2014 Windham High School science teacher Pamela Cavanagh...
Windham High School students line up along the river at Lauter Park to release fingerling trout that they raised at their school. Photos by Melanie Savage.

2014 edition of Mirrors and Windows released. Read it here first!   
Windham High School's Literary and Art Magazine

Watch Now! Jazz and Pep Bands Perform at Senior Center   

Windham High School Music Department Performs in Disney   
Windham High School’s music department recently traveled to Orlando, Florida to perform as Disney's “Featured Performer”...

Band to Participate in 29th Annual Boom Box Parade   
The newly formed Windham High School marching band plans to record several songs for the 29th annual Boom Box Parade in Willimantic. ...
Jeremy Cruz, Noah Sternat, Ray Sinclair, and Shawn Nadeau

Windham team wins at state robotics competition   
By Melanie Savage - Staff WriterWillimantic - posted Tue., Mar. 11, 2014 Windham Robotics team members (l-r) Brett...

Windham STEM students take advantage of ECSU partnership   
By Francesca KefalasFor The Bulletin WINDHAM — It was a seemingly simple question from a high school freshman to a college...
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