Our Administrative Assistants are the anchor of our school. If you have a question, they have the answer. If they don't have the answer, they will be sure to find it for you. Those of you who have been to the Main Office at Windsor Schools are all too familiar with the friendly and professional welcome from our two Administrative Assistants: Alissa Nelson and Terri Hage.
In Student Support Services, folks are graciously greeted by Laurie Brown, our 7-12 Guidance Secretary. Without this dynamic trio it would be impossible for Windsor Schools to function.
Things you might not know about our Administrative Assistant team:
"I was born and raised in Windsor as well as a graduate from Windsor High School. I moved out to the Midwest after graduation where I settled for 28 years and raised my two children. After being away for all those years I decided to return 'home' and help take care of my mother and grandmother as their needs were becoming more and more. I feel blessed to have had those final years with them and have made Windsor my home again. I have been at Windsor Schools now for just over 5 years and am fortunate because I really enjoy what I do. Being involved in a school means being flexible for what the day may bring because 'No two days are ever alike.' I hope I make a difference in someone's day every day."
"I was born and raised in Southwestern Ohio and graduated from high school in 1977. After spending 3 years on the west coast in the US Army, I moved to Virginia, where I met my future husband. We re-located to Vermont (where my husband is originally from) in 1985 and raised three sons, all Windsor High School graduates (’05, ’09, and ’12). I have worked as a secretary for over 38 years and have worked in Windsor Schools since the summer of 2006. I enjoy the students and the spontaneity, smiles, and warmth they bring to me in my job and life."
"I grew up in the Burlington area and moved into the Upper Valley when I married in 1994. I've been working for the district for 7 fun filled years. No two days are ever the same and I love that. It brings me great joy watching the kids make gains educationally, socially, and emotionally."