Kindergarten registration dates
Thursday, February 9, 2017
The transportation office has a house by house list of each school's district. You can call Mary Ann Croce at 203-949-6512 during normal school business hours to find out which school your child will attend. Click here for the Transportation page.
In general, the east side of Wallingford is served by Moses Y. Beach and E. C. Stevens Elementary Schools for K-2, Rock Hill and Pond Hill Elementary Schools for Grades 3-5, Dag Hammarskjold Middle School, andLyman Hall High School. The west side of Wallingford is served by Cook Hill and Highland Elementary Schools for K-2, Parker Farms and Yalesville Elementary Schools for Grades 3-5, James H. Moran Middle School, and Mark T. Sheehan High School.
Curriculum development in Wallingford is based on the CT Core Standards (http://ctcorestandards.org/). These standards anchor our unit development using the Understanding by Design model. Objectives and lessons are created by teachers and administrators in Wallingford to best suit students in Wallingford Public Schools. To see curriculum documents in particular areas and grade levels, click here.
Pupil Personnel Services provides a wide range of services in order to meet the needs of all learners who attend Wallingford Public Schools. Some of those special education programs include Integrated Pre-School, Specialized K-2 program for students with significant cognitive delays, Harvest Park Elementary program, INSPIRE, ARTS Academy, ICE-T, resource rooms, push in and pull out support, as well as a variety of other options based on students' Individualized Education Programs.
Click here for more detailed information about Pupil Personnel Services in Wallingford.
For the last few years, Wallingford Public Schools has created and supported the 21st Century Innovation Team and the Innovation Implementation Team. The work of these teams has provided research-based guidance about future teaching and learning innovations in Wallingford. This group of innovation ideas and practices is collectively called the Wallingford 100. The goal of the Wallingford 100 is to Change Mindset with 100% Community Support for 100% Engaged Students and 100% Graduation and Success. For more information, click here.
The HUBCAP Wallingford is a hybrid- business incubator providing a unique opportunity for collaboration between schools and businesses to provide an auhentic learning experience while expanding downtown Wallingford business. For more information or to become a member, click here.
Wallingford Adult Education offers three types of programs.
1. Free academic classes with the following topics:
English as a Second Language (ESL)
U.S. Citizenship Exam Preparation
General Educational Development (GED)
National External Diploma Program (NEDP)
Wallingford High School Credit Diploma Program (CDP)
2. General Interest Courses on topics like:
Arts, Crafts, Hobbies
Dance & Fitness
3. Career Training including:
Certified Nurses Assistant
Phlebotomy and EKG Training
Medical Assistant Training
Triple Medical Training Program
For more information, go to www.wallingfordadulted.org.
Thursday, February 9, 2017
Monday, February 13, 2017 – 6 pm – Board of Education Conference Room
Budget Consensus of Board of Education
Monday, February 27, 2017 – 7 pm – Town Council Chambers
Board of Education Meeting – Official 2017-18 Budget Approved to be Sent to Mayor
All of these meeting are open to the public. As we progress through the process, I will post all PowerPoint presentations and documents for your information to our website.