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Family and Housing Expo Posted: Wed, April 23, 2014

The City of Waterbury and the Board of Education are hosting a Family and Housing Expo on Saturday, May 10,...

Annual Notice Posted: Wed, April 23, 2014

The Individuals with Disabilities Act allows certain services provided under an Individualized Education Plan to be covered by Medicaid - annual...

Barnes & Noble Bookfair Posted: Mon, April 21, 2014

  Friday, April 25, Saturday, April 26, Sunday, April 27 at Barnes & Noble, 235 Union Street, Waterbury Story Hour with surprise...

Earth Day Clean-Up Posted: Thu, March 13, 2014

This year's city-wide Earth Day Clean Up is Saturday, April 26th (rain date May 3rd) from 9:00 to noon. Meet...

EMBODI Mentoring Program Posted: Thu, March 13, 2014

EMBODI stands for Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence, and it is a new mentoring program for middle...
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 MOVING FORWARD FOR STUDENT SUCCESS  

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Waterbury Public Schools - 2013 Parent End of Year Survey
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PERFECT ATTENDANCE REWARDS ---

Approximately 2000 students had 90 days attendance for the first half of the school year, not including early dismissals or tardies. We sent out letters of congratulations to all of the 2000 students last week, thanking them for their dedication to school. Of those students, 778 students had 90 days without tardies or early dismissals. The names of those 778 students were entered into a Perfect Attendance raffle and two lucky students were awarded prizes from the Back to School Rally Committee. THE WINNERS WERE:

Bronson McCabre Silva, 5th grade Sprague
Andrew Markel Williams, 2nd grade Tinker  

 

 

 

 

 

 Mayor O'Leary Declares April to be Autism Awareness Month in Waterbury -

Waterbury Public School Students Wear Blue April 2nd and Walk for Autism Speaks

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Gilmartin School students posed for a group photo before walking for Autism Speaks April 3rd.

Students throughout the school district who wore blue on April 2nd collected over $3,000 with money still coming in. Congratulations!

 

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2014 Earth Day Clean-Up

EMBODI Mentoring Program for Middle School Males

Adult English as a Second Language Class

Albanian PEP Class for Parents

Summer Bridge Program Information

 

 

 

 

Proposed 2014-2015 Board of Education Budget
 

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