The Winsor School
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Back-to-School Night for Lower School and Upper School Parents/Guardians
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We are looking forward to seeing you all for Back-to-School Night next Thursday, September 26! The evening is designed to allow you to meet each of your child's teachers, learn more about her courses, and get a solid sense of her life at Winsor this year.

In order for the night to go smoothly, we ask that you read the information below.

CLICK HERE for a schedule for the evening.

CLICK HERE if you would like your student to stay at school during Back-to-School Night. You must sign up on this Google form if you want her to stay and get pizza for dinner. This is for Winsor students only; we cannot accommodate siblings who are not Winsor students.

INDIVIDUAL SCHEDULES:
You will receive your student's schedule via email in advance. Please watch for that email in the coming weeks, and if you would like a printed copy, please print it at home. You can also view it on your phone or another electronic device that you can bring with you.

GENERAL SCHEDULE:

The evening will include presentations by Head of School Sarah Pelmas and Division Heads Ridie Markenson and Sharon Jones Phinney. You will also have an opportunity to attend grade-level homeroom meetings with your child's class dean (in the Upper School), class coordinators (in the Lower School), and advisor to learn more about exciting initiatives and plans for the year ahead. You will spend the rest of the evening attending short classes with your student's teachers.

Light refreshments for all parents will be served from 5:00-7:00 p.m.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PARKING:

Parking will be available at Winsor at the Longwood Avenue lot (right before 375 Longwood Ave.). Parking will be available starting at 4:30 p.m. Please do not arrive earlier. We ask that you park one car per household as spaces will be limited. Public transportation is highly recommended. We expect heavy congestion as you exit the parking area and have made efforts to help manage traffic flow.