Special Announcements

Searching for Talent

Windsor Adult Education is continually striving to offer courses of interest to the community. We reach out to our talented Windsor residents to share their specialized skills and interest with the community. If you are interested in teaching a class with us, please contact Mayela Aguirre-Ernest at: maguirre@windsorct.org or 860-687-2000, ext. 273

2-1-1 Info-line

Ever wonder how to find a community service when you or someone you know needs help? The 2-1-1 Info-line is a confidential, free and multilingual way to locate hundreds of health and human services in your area. Simply dial 2-1-1 from your phone to connect with a caseworker that will assist you in dealing with a crisis.

Job Corps

Offers 16-24 year-olds who are ready to work toward a successful future free Job Corps’ education and career training. Interested students please call 1-800-733-JOBS to speak to a representative or visit www.hartford.jobcorps.gov for more information.

American Job Center of Connecticut

Need help getting a job, developing a resume, or exploring career options? Connecticut American Job Center provides free training programs and paid internships for 16–24-year-olds with a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate. Visit your one-stop center in Hartford at 3580 Main Street or call 860-256-3700.

Connecticut Office of Higher Education

The Office of Higher Education seeks to advance the promise of postsecondary education for all state residents, and to advocate on behalf of students, taxpayers, and the postsecondary schools and colleges which fall under its purview. The office carries out its mission by assuring that students have access to postsecondary institutions which meet the highest standards of academic quality, by administering the state’s student financial aid programs, and by serving
as an information and consumer protection resource. Please visit www.ctohe.org for more information.

Windsor Public Schools Family Resource Centers

The Family Resource Centers (FRC) are located in each of the four elementary schools. The FRCs offer an array of free programs and community information and resources throughout the year for families and children who are Windsor residents. They also offer the Tree House before and after school program, available to children of school age, at each of the elementary
schools for a fee. Please contact Amanda Racht at 860-687-2070, ext. 229 for more information.

Post Road Tours

Directions to Departures for Tours

  • I-384 East
  • Exit 1-Silver Lane/Spencer Street (exit)
  • Left onto Spencer Street
  • Left onto Cemetary Road
  • Left into Commuter Lot
  • GPS Address: Commuter Lot, Manchester, CT 06040

Windsor Board of Education

Windsor Continuing Education
Room 19
601 Matianuck Avenue
Windsor, CT 06095
860-687-2000 ext. 271

If traveling I-91 NORTH:

  • Take Exit 35B and take a left off exit ramp onto Rte. 218 West.
  • At third traffic light, turn right onto Matianuck Avenue.
  • Travel approximately six tenths of a mile to a stop sign
  • Take a left and you have arrived.

If traveling I-91 SOUTH:

  • Take Exit 35B and take a right off exit ramp onto Rte. 218 West.
  • At first traffic light, turn right onto Matianuck Avenue
  • Travel approximately six tenths of a mile to a stop sign
  • Take a left and you have arrived.

Windsor Public Schools

601 Matianuck Ave
Windsor, CT 06095
Tel: 860.687.2000 ext. 273