The Windsor Central School District covers 110 square miles, includes the towns of Kirkwood, Windsor, Colesville and Sanford, and has over 11,000 residents. Windsor is nestled in the rolling hills of Broome County in the Southern Tier of New York. Part suburban and part rural, the district is adjacent to the City of Binghamton.
Windsor is a friendly, family-oriented community that offers a small-town feel while being close to a wide range of cultural, athletic, and educational opportunities. Binghamton University and Broome Community College are only minutes away. Other highly regarded colleges are a short car ride away. A variety of retail stores are nearby, as are recreational activities during every season.
Interstate 86 runs through the district, creating easy automobile access to all parts of the region and state.
- Over 1,800 students are enrolled in Windsor’s five schools. The district employs 150
instructional staff. An average of 25 students are in each classroom, fewer than state and local averages.
- Breakfast and lunch programs are offered at each school.
- The schools Transportation Department has been commended by the New York State
Department of Transportation for its excellent maintenance program. All students are eligible for curb to school busing.
- The Elementary Schools and the Middle School have active parent-teacher organizations. Each school has a Building Leadership Team, a shared decision making group. Windsor is proud of its high rate of parent involvement in school programs and activities.
- The Board of Education is composed of seven members who serve three year terms. Meetings are held at least once a month and are open to the public.
- The District prides itself on its outstanding and successful wide array of co-curricular and athletic programs including numerous state championships.
- Awards and Titles the District has received include: the Utica School Safety Excellence Award, Smart Showcase School, Mix-It-Up Model School, Healthier US Schools
Challenge Bronze, National Recognition for Professional Learning Community, Teaching Tolerance, Reward School, High Performing/Gap Closing District.