The Windham Central Supervisory Union oversees the West River Educational District and several neighboring school districts. Their mission is to "...provide member districts with the leadership and resources to ensure a strong educational system for all students." Learn more about WCSU, as well as budgets and policies affecting all of their schools, by clicking the link above.
The West River Education District encompasses Jamaica Village School, Townshend Elementary School, NewBrook Elementary School, Windham Elementary School and Leland & Gray Union Middle High School. Click on the link below to learn about WRED's budget proposals, board meetings, and more.
What is school choice, and who is allowed to exercise school choice? Children entering grades K-5 who live in the towns of Brookline, Jamaica, Newfane, and Townshend may exercise school choice. Our goal is to both allow options for families and also, make balanced class sizes to provide a positive learning environment for all of our children. Parents may apply for choice in any of the K through fifth-grade schools. Given space availability, we will work to meet as many families’ needs as possible. By exercising a local school choice options we can:
Create balanced class sizes in all schools
Eliminate, combine or divide too small or too large classes
Create optimal learning environments in all schools
Meet diverse needs that parents and families have for their children