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WPNA Monthly Meetings:
Second Tuesday each Month.
Next Meeting: Tuesday, February 11th, 2020.
Time: 6:00 - 7:15 PM.
Location: Windsor Park Elementary School
Please see information
regarding warm weather clothing collection for Windsor Park Elementary students.
Our speakers this month will be Zack Wyatt with Carolina Farm Trust and Ashanti Selassie,
newly hired farmer for the Urban Farm at Aldersgate.
If school cancelled for any reason, meeting cancelled.
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posted 2/11/2020Windsor Park Elementary School Proctors.
WPES needs your help proctoring during the month of February to help us administer
the ACCESS 2.0 to our English Language Learners.
This is an assessment that measures their English proficiency progress.
Here is the Proter
posted 11/10/2019 Windsor Park Elementary School Food Pantry
We are setting up a food pantry at the school so these children will have a
confidential place to go and ask for food items for weekends, teacher work days, holidays etc.
Most of these students only meals come from the breakfast and lunch provided at school.
To help our kids have food to eat, we are asking for donations of the following.
While these are the core wish list, any nonperishable food item will be accepted.
Food Items: * Box of individual Oatmeal
* Box of individual Grits
* Individual, single serving cereal
* Chef Boyardee
* Ramen noodles / cup of noodles
* Mac and cheese
* Fruit cups / canned fruit
* Case of bottled water
WP is a Title 1 school, with a 100% poverty level.
There are currently 30 students who identify as homeless and 150 who have immediate need
Any donations can be taken to the school or be brought to a WPNA neighborhood meeting.
With any questions, please contact Crystal Ritch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your donation to Windsor Park Elementary School.
Having a Yard Sale Here's what the City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County says you must have.
A license is required inside the City Limits of Charlotte when having a garage sale or attic sale (commonly known as yard sale).
The non- refundable tax for this license is five dollars ($5.00) per day. Sales can be no longer than two (2) consecutive days.
The license is valid only for the day(s) issued and are not transferable (no rain dates).
Only four (4) sales are allowed at any given address during the fiscal year (July 1 - June 30).
Licenses must be kept on site at the sale locations and available for inspection at all times during these sales.
Full City of Charlotte Yard Sale Information at
Neighbors and Families,
We are collecting any and all winter apparel such as hats, gloves and coats for ages 4 to 12.
With the cold weather quickly approaching we have many kids that do not have the main essentials to keep warm.
If you are able to help our students, items can be brought to our
Windsor Park Neighborhood Association meetings which will be held on:
Tuesday December 10th @ 6:00pm
Tuesday January 14th @ 6:00pm
Tuesday February 11th @ 6:00pm
Items can also be taken directly to the school which is located @
3910 Sudbury Road Charlotte NC 28205
Thank you for your consideration in helping Windsor Park Elementary School.
Our Tax Id Code can be given upon request.
If you have any questions or need any other information please feel free to email email@example.com
Windsor Park Elementary
About Windsor Park Neighbors
We were formally organized in 1999. We have now grown to over 300 households, all working for the
betterment of our community.
Membership is free. However, costs are associated with the
general operation of an association, and all contributions are welcomed. There is strength in numbers,
and sometimes bigger is better. Don't delay. If you haven't joined the Association,
to complete the online form.
WPNA Mission: To make Windsor Park the greatest neighborhood in Charlotte by working with all
residents to protect and enhance the beauty, culture, and friendliness of our neighborhood.
Windsor Park Neighbors, Inc. is made up of about 2600 homes from the Windsor
Park, Darby Acres, Central Park, Robinhood Woods, Markham Village, Windsor Forest, and Nettlewood Acres
which includes the area surrounded by Kilbourne Drive (west side), to Eastway Drive (west side), to
Shamrock Drive (north side), to North Sharon Amity (east side), to Central Avenue (south side), back to
Kilbourne Drive. .
Our Neighborhood is build on the old Hezekiah Alexander
farm. The old Home site can be visited at 3500 Shamrock
Drive. It is the oldest home in Mecklenburg County.
Windsor Park now has
(3) Free Little Library's. One located at 2038 Birchcrest Drive, the second one at 4115 Winedale Lane and
the 3rd one at the corner of Seaforth Dr, & Sudbury Rd. Please feel free to give or take a book and
spread the word!
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America's Historical Documents
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