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  • Sage Park Middle School Hosts ​Young Men & Women of Color Leadership Conference
    Sage Park​ ​Middle School​ ​hosted the Connecticut Association of Schools ​(CAS) ​​​Young Men & Women of Color Leadership Conference​ ​yesterday. Students from ​five ​schools throughout Connecticut attended.​ ​Students participated in exercises designed to uncover abilities and​ ​explore​ ​their vision of self and the possibilities for​ ​​the future.
  • Sage Park Middle School Hosts ​Young Men & Women of Color Leadership Conference
  • Sage Park Middle School Hosts ​Young Men & Women of Color Leadership Conference
Fall Sports Tryouts: Friday, Sept. 7th
Fall sports tryouts are canceled today, Thursday September 6th and will begin tomorrow Friday September 7th from 3:00-5:00pm
  • Transition Night For Fifth Graders
    Sage Park Middle School hosted Transition Night for fifth grade students and families. Students had the opportunity to take a tour and ask questions as they learned more about transitioning to middle school.
  • 2018 National Geographic Geography Bee Winners
    Sage Park’s winner of the 2018 National Geographic Geography Bee is Bryce Bittner-Chee Hing!

    2nd Place runner up: Abigail Hastings

    3rd Place: Gianna Tritto

    The next step is for Bryce to take the exam to see if he qualifies for the state level Geography Bee held at Central CT State University in April.

    Congratulations to all winners and Good Luck Bryce!
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration -
    Assembly included performances by the Sage Park Choir Selections, Jazz Ensemble, and Step Drill team.

    Students shared stories about different family backgrounds (Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and Dominican Republic) and heritages for the "We are Family, From Around the World."

    Readings also included stories about "Important People in the World" such as Phiona Mutesi, Jason Reynolds, and Claudette Colvin.

    Distinguished guest speaker included Mr. Bilaili Mack, Windsor High School alumnus, and established Flame Artist / Visual Effects Supervisor.
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration - "A Legacy of Strength, a Future of Hope"
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration - "A Legacy of Strength, a Future of Hope"
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration - "A Legacy of Strength, a Future of Hope"
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration - "A Legacy of Strength, a Future of Hope"
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration - "A Legacy of Strength, a Future of Hope"
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration - "A Legacy of Strength, a Future of Hope"
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration - "A Legacy of Strength, a Future of Hope"
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration - "A Legacy of Strength, a Future of Hope"
  • Sage Park's Black History Celebration - "A Legacy of Strength, a Future of Hope"
  • Letters About Literature State Finalists
    The Connecticut Writing Project, the English Department, and the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut has announced the finalists for the state of Connecticut in the Letters About Literature contest sponsored by the Library of Congress.
  • Congratulations to our seven Sage Park Middle School State Finalists - Gage Miller, Eliza Heil-Ilic, Abigail Rendock, Lily Sargalski, Natalie Reilly, Najia Elarabi, Rory Martindale
WTNH What’s Right With Schools: Students use leadership skills at Sage Park
WTNH Feature Story: http://bit.ly/2tuPM2L

WINDSOR, Conn. (WTNH)–Learning to tie a tie is one of the things helping build confidence for seventh and eighth graders at Sage Park Middle School in Windsor.

The school is taking the opportunity to introduce a program to help build leadership qualities in students.

“It came from the thought that middle level kids were underrepresented with leadership roles in a traditional middle school,” said principal Paul Cavaliere.
So, they built in moments throughout the day for students to take the lead.

We have found that by giving the students the tools to use their leadership skills positively, that we have seen great results,” said Cavaliere.

For many, it’s been transformational.
“I wanted to be a leader that takes action, because some people talk a lot but they don’t get things done,” said eighth grader Taylor Falotico.

“I was really trying to figure out who I wanted to be, and I followed the crowd, which I really didn’t need to do,” said eighth grader Dahmarre Bournes . “Now I understand who I need to be and how I want to be.”

The program is setting students on a course towards success in high school, and beyond.
  • Kingswood-Oxford United Nations Conference
    Congratulations to the Sage Park United Nations delegates for doing an outstanding job at the Kingswood-Oxford United Nations conference on Saturday. Once again, several of our delegates won awards and they are as follows; Honorable Delegates are Evan Roche, Angela Adu-Boateng, and Rafid Choudhury, Best Delegate is Kruti Dharsandiya, and for Outstanding Delegates are Araya Miller and Abigail Hastings.
Sage Park Students Place in Future Problem Solvers of Connecticut Competition
Sage Park Students Place in Future Problem Solvers of Connecticut Competition
First Place Scenario Writing, Middle Division: Shani Smith (right); Second Place Visual Art - Makayla Thorpe (left); Third Place Visual Art - Faythe Daly (not pictured). Recognized at the FPS of CT State Conference and Awards Ceremony in North Haven on March 24, 2018. 

Softball Middle School Champions
Softball Middle School Champions
Congratulations to the Sage Park Middle School Softball Team for winning the middle school championship this season and going undefeated with a record of 12-0!
Contact Us
Principal Liana Jorgensen
ljorgensen@windsorct.org
860-687-2030

Board of Education School Liaisons:
Maryam Khan
mkhan@windsorct.org

Jeremy Halek
jhalek@windsorct.org
Fundraiser For Sage Park Technology Student Association
To support the Sage Park Technology Student Association (TSA) please visit: https://www.pamperedchef.com/pws/cookingwithjwest/guest-landing/9102743616667

The Technology Student Association enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in STEM, whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs. The proceeds of the fundraiser will go to fund student uniform and registration fees for our competitions and conferences. Order Pampered Chef products through the Fundraiser Catalog Show and up to 20 percent of total sales will go towards our cause. Plus, an extra $5 is contributed from every Show booked from the event.
  • Sage Park Library Book Fair: Nov. 28 - Dec. 6
    Please visit the Sage Park Middle School Library Book Fair running November 28 - December 6!

    The Book Fair is open school days and the night of December 6 (Parent/Teacher Conference night). Best prices around on great books and holiday gifts.

    All proceeds benefit the Sage Park library. Staff members will be using donations to buy books for children at Mercy Shelter.

    Please get your holiday shopping done and support the Sage Park library!
  • Sage Park Students Present at Empowered to Lead Symposium
    Sage Park Middle School students and staff presented at the 2017 Empowered to Lead Symposium at Mohegan Sun last week.
    Students Anahi-Lee Cauley and Jaden Edison presented, with their advisers Jennifer Wilson, Christine Huestis, and Ophir Bullock, about the Sage Park Leadership Program. The group presented to educators from all over New England and discussed how their leadership program has impacted their school climate and middle school experience.
  • L-R: Erin Benham (Connecticut State Board of Education Board Member), Jaden Edison, Anahi-Lee Cauley, Dianna Wentzell (Commisioner of Education)
  • Author Marion Blumenthal Visits Sage Park and Share Holocaust Experience
    For her 8th annual visit,​ Marion Blumenthal Lazan spoke to​ ​eighth grade students at ​​Sage Park Middle School. Marion Blumenthal Lazan, author and lecturer, was born in Bremem, Germany and arrived in the United States at age 13, three years after the end of World War II. Mrs. Lazan began speaking publicly about her Holocaust experiences in 1979; her memoir, "Four Perfect Pebbles" was published in 1996. Approximately one million students and adults in schools, organizations, and houses of worship in over 30 states, Germany and Israel have personally heard her messages of tolerance and respect.

    Mrs. Lazan gives a moving, firsthand account of the Blumenthal family’s life from events preceding Kristallnacht, to imprisonment in Nazi concentration camps, and finally to liberation. She asks her audiences to be tolerant of others and not stereotype individuals based on religious belief, color, race, or national origin. She stresses the importance of positive thinking as well as creativity and inner strength to overcome adversity. She warns her listeners to be true to themselves and not blindly follow the leader.
Sage Park Students Participate in an Environment-community Project
Sage Park Students Participate in an Environment-community Project
Sage Park social studies students learned how people can impact the environment and ways we can protect and preserve our planet. Several students worked on an environment-community project as a culminating activity and planted flower gardens at Sage Park.
Pictured: Kimora Wynter, Tahjae Daley, Liana Ndungu, Alana Martin, Madeline Zhang, Isabella Gagne, Saige Dehaney, Sage Holly, and Aneya Jorgensen.
  • Sage Park Celebrates Opening Night of Family Resource Center
    Sage Park Celebrates Opening Night of Family Resource Center
    Sage Park Middle School celebrates the opening night of their new Family Resource Center!
  • Sage Park Middle School celebrates the opening night of their new Family Resource Center!
  • Sage Park Middle School celebrates the opening night of their new Family Resource Center!
  • Sage Park Middle School celebrates the opening night of their new Family Resource Center!
  • Sage Park Middle School celebrates the opening night of their new Family Resource Center!
  • Sage Park Middle School celebrates the opening night of their new Family Resource Center!
  • Sage Park Middle School celebrates the opening night of their new Family Resource Center!
  • Windsor Students Receive CABE Student Leadership Awards
    Windsor High School students Gianna Wood, Kris Varholak and Sage Park Middle School students Anahilee Cauley, Evan Petkis were recently recognized by the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) with Student Leadership Awards.

    Students are nominated to receive this award by their school principal. Students nominated should exhibit the following leadership skills:
    · Willingness to take on challenges
    · Capability to make difficult decisions
    · Concern for others
    · Ability to work with others
    · Willingness to commit to a project
    · Diplomacy
    · Ability to understand issues clearly
    · Ability to honor a commitment

    Superintendent Dr. Craig Cooke, BOE Vice President Leonard Lockhart, Windsor High School Principal Uyi Osunde, and Sage Park Middle School Principal Paul Cavaliere posed with each student along with their families at the May 16th Board of Education meeting.
  • Anahilee Cauley
  • Evan Petkis
  • Gianna Wood
  • Kris Varholak
  • Sage Park Staff Support Autism Awareness
    To support Autism Awareness Month, Sage Park Middle School staff held a Dress Down Day and raised $112 for Autism Services and Resources Connecticut.
  • Sage Students Win Most Awards at Model United Nations Conference
    A group of Sage Park students participated in the fifth annual Kingswood Oxford Model United Nations Conference for Middle Schools (KOMUN) on Saturday, March 11, 2017.

    More than 200 students from 16 schools participated purposefully. Each middle school represented an assigned country in various mock UN committees such as the Security Council, the UN Environment Programme, and the UN Commission on Human Rights. In these committees, they discussed current global issues and propose applicable solutions.

    This year, the committee topics included gender inequality, internet censorship and refugees in war zones. Sage Park students represented the countries of United Kingdom, Japan, Iran and El Salvador. For the past few weeks, the students worked hard on Fridays after school and sometimes during school hours to prepare for the conference. Sage Park students won the most awards and the award winners are as follows:

    Outstanding Delegate: Prisca Afantchao and Charlotte Watts

    Best Delegate: Evan Petkis, Maryam Choudhury, Anahi-Lee Cauley and Kruti Darsahndya

    Honorary Delegate: Julia Steinberg and Grant Harris
  • Sage Students Win Most Awards at Fifth Annual Model United Nations Conference for Middle Schools
  • Sage Students Win Most Awards at Fifth Annual Model United Nations Conference for Middle Schools
  • Sage Students Win Most Awards at Fifth Annual Model United Nations Conference for Middle Schools
  • Sage Students Win Most Awards at Fifth Annual Model United Nations Conference for Middle Schools
  • Sage Park Receives 2016-2017 Arthur Director Annual Leadership Award
    Sage Park Middle School in Windsor Connecticut received the 2016-2017 Arthur Director Annual Leadership Award at the 2017 CT Middle Level Student Leadership Conference on Wednesday, January 11, 2017. Sage Park was recognized by The Connecticut Association of School and Connecticut Lighting Centers for superior application of the concepts learned at the Annual Student Leadership Conference.
  • Sage Student Wins 1st Place at Future Problem Solvers State Competition
    Sage Student Wins 1st Place at Future Problem Solvers State Competition
    Future Problem Solvers State Awards Competition first place art award/middle division. Charlotte Watts, coach, and family.
  • Future Problem Solvers State Awards Competition first place art award/middle division. Charlotte Watts, coach, and family.
  • Sage Park National Geographic Geography Bee Winners
    Sage Park’s winner of the 2017 National Geographic Geography Bee is Isaac Lopez

    2nd Place​: Caeden Winborne

    3rd Place: Kaya Doshi

    The next step is for Isaac to take the exam to see if he qualifies for the state level Geography Bee held at Central CT State University in April.
  • Left to​ ​Right: Terry McSweeney (Social Studies Teacher), Principal Paul Cavaliere, Isaac Lopez​ ​(Winner), Kaya Doshi​ ​(3rd Place​)​, Caeden Winborne​ (2nd Place)​, Jenna Collins (Social Studies Teacher). Dr. Santosha Oliver (Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services)
  • Left to ​R​ight: Terry McSweeney (Social Studies Teacher), Principal Paul Cavaliere, Isaac Lopez​ (Winner)​, Jenna Collins (Social Studies Teacher). Dr.​​ Santosha Oliver (Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services)
  • Sage Park Staff Holds Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
    Sage Park Middle School staff got into the holiday spirit by holding an Ugly Christmas Sweater contest.

    Principal Paul Cavaliere won the "Ugliest" of them all!
  • Sage Park Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Sage Park Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Sage Park Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Sage Park Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Sage Park Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Sage Park Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Sage Park Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Sage Park Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Sage Park Staff Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
  • Sage Park CAPSS Student Leadership Award Recipients
    Windsor Public Schools ​is pleased to announce the recipients of the CAPSS (CT Association of Public School Superintendent's) Student Leadership Awards for Windsor High School and Sage Park Middle School. The CAPSS Superintendent's Student Leadership Awards are based on community service and service to others, academic prowess (relative to ability), and leadership service to the school community.

    Dr. Craig Cooke, Superintendent of Schools, along with Cristina Santos, Board of Education President, Windsor High School Principal Uyi Osunde and Sage Park Middle School Principal Paul Cavaliere presented the recipients with their awards on November 15, 2016 at the Windsor Town Hall. These awards recognize the following students who have served their schools and communities while maintaining good scholastic progress.

    The Sage Park Middle School CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipients are Ayana Shrestha (Academic Excellence), Leonardo Sanchez (Leadership) and Maryam Choudhury (Community Service).

    The Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) is an organization that represents all of the superintendents and leaders of public schools in Connecticut. Their mission is to lead the continuous improvement of public education for all students by advocating public policy and developing and supporting executive school leaders.
  • Sage Park CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Ayana Shrestha (Academic Excellence)
  • Sage Park CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Leonardo Sanchez (Leadership)
  • Sage Park CAPSS Student Leadership Award recipient Maryam Choudhury (Community Service)
SPMS Basketball Registration is open!
SPMS Basketball Registration is open!
All boys and girls interested must sign-up on familyid.com and have an updated physical on file in the Nurse's Office.

All forms and registration are due November 11th.
Tryouts will begin the week of November 14th.

If you have any questions, please contact Mr.Dunn at midunn@windsorct.org
Veterans Day (11/11) Activities at Sage Park
Sage Park Middle School invites families to participate in their Veterans Day activities. Scheduled throughout the day, activities include visits by local veterans, reading stories of valor and courage, an activity about the Purple Heart and local recipient, Daniel Bissel, as well as opportunities for students to write or email troops currently deployed. Sage Park’s “White Table” is on display in the main lobby. This tradition originated during the Vietnam War as a symbol for service members held prisoner of war or missing in action. Solidarity and solemn, it is a table where no one ever sits. Located around the building are the various “Walls of Honor” created by each team using flags to honor Windsor veterans, particularly Sage Park family and friends.

Sage Park, 25 Sage Park Rd., 860-687-2030
All day – 8:05 am to 2:50 pm.
Sage Park Middle School 2016 Fall Athletics Update
Fall sports include boys’ soccer, girls soccer and coed cross country

Physical forms and registration on familyid.com are due on August 29th, 2016.

Physical forms can be dropped off in the main office.

On the familyid.com page, please click on the following program:

Sage Park Fall Athletics 2016 Registration (copy 1)

If you need assistance you may call the familyid.com help line at 888-800-5583.

The first day of practice/tryouts will be on Thursday, September 1st 2016.
Chamber Orchestra performing the Beatles
Sage Park Diversity Assembly: Iffath Ahmed-Syed's Speech - Bangladesh
Sage Park Jazz Band - Weather Report's
Sage Park National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony