Mission/Vision

Mission: All students in Carrington deserve the right to possess the knowledge, skills and abilities that allow them to pursue future interests and careers as a contributing member of a larger society.  Students will receive scaffolded social, academic and technological strategies throughout the learning continuum so they can pave their own meaningful pathways, ready to compete in our advanced world. Students will be provided with a positive, safe environment and engaged with a relevant, rigorous curriculum that builds upon their unique interests. Staff, families and community members will collaborate to ensure that each student thrives. 

Vision: Carrington School is a student-centered learning community. We are committed to producing high levels of academic achievement while empowering students to attain personal and career-ready goals to be successful today and prepared for tomorrow in a culturally diverse world.

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

New Bus Routes

The new school bus routes for 2016-2017 are now available on the website. Click on School Bus Routes to view. 

Welcome Back Teachers

As the district prepares for the new school year and teachers return for professional development, School Superintendent Dr. Kathleen M. Ouellette is looking forward to a great new year. She has issued a "Welcome Back" message for staff (please click here to read). 

Staff - Please click on the appropriate link to view the Professional Development Schedule for your grade level. 

P-K - 5 Professional Development

Middle School Professional Development

High School Professional Development

WELCOME BACK! 

ATTENTION PARENTS: Re Bussing

Alert:  If your child is going home on a different bus than they arrived on or if they will be picked-up, please send a note to the school so the staff can place your child on the correct bus or in the correct pick-up line.

Njoftim: Nëse fëmija juaj do të shkojë në shtëpi me autobus tjetër nga ai që ka mbërritur, ose në qoftë se do të merret nga ju, ju lutemi dërgoni një shënim në shkollë, në mënyrë që stafi t'a vendosë fëmijën në autobusin përkates, ose t'a vendosë atë në rrjeshtin e duhur të marrjes.

Alerta: Si sus hijos se van a casa en un autobús diferente al que llegaron o si van a ser recogidos, por favor envíe una nota a la escuela para que el personal pueda ubicar a su hijo en el autobús correcto o en la fila correcta de recogida.

 

Annual Notice to Parents

1.HUMAN GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION POLICY

Any parent or legal guardian of a Waterbury Public School student may exempt his/her child from any or all lessons dealing with Human Growth, Development and Family Life portions of the Health and Wellness Education Curriculum.  This may be done by written notification to the Principal of the building that the child attends.  Copies of the curriculum are available at the school for parent review.  If you would like to read the curriculum, please call the school and make an appointment to go in and review the material.

 

Waterbury Adult Education Registration

WATERBURY ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION FALL REGISTRATION 2016

Morning registration begins on August 17, 2016 from 8:00AM-10:30AM
Evening registration begins on August 22, 2016 from 5:30PM-7:30PM

 

 

Crosby Class of 2020 Orientation

SAVE THE DATE: August 23, 2016, 6:00-8:00 p.m., Crosby Auditorium (300 Pierpont Road).

Meet the staff and obtain class schedules. Refreshments will be served. 

Two New Centers Opened

Two new centers that will offer enhanced services for parents and the community officially opened for business on Thursday, July 29, 2016. The new Office of Early Education, located at 30B Church Street, combines several preschool services in one location, including the district's prekindergarten program, School Readiness, and screening services for preschool children who may qualify for special assistance for learning or other disabilities. The Family and Community Engagement Center (also known as F.A.C.E.) is located on the first floor of the Chase Building (236 Grand Street). F.A.C.E. brings together services for families looking for more information about the school district. A new family room includes four computers available for parents and guardians to use to access Progress Book, the district's parent portal for individual student progress, Naviance and other resources for families.     

Students Win Awards at Family and Housing Expo

Waterbury students were invited to tell the organizers of this year’s Family and Housing Expo “what makes Waterbury a great place for families to live” in a new set of student contests.  There was a poster contest for elementary age students, a poetry contest and an essay contest for students in 6th through 12th grade, and a live presentation contest for students in 9th through 12th grade. The poster, poetry and essay contests each offered $200 for first place, $100 for second place, and $50 for third place. The live presentation contest offers a $500 first place prize, with $200 going to second place, and $100 for third place. A selection of poetry, essay and poster entries were displayed at the expo, and visitors to the expo had an opportunity to vote for their favorite displayed entry in a People’s Choice Award.

For list of winners and photos, click here. To view one of two winning presentations / video on Why Waterbury Is a Great Place for Families to Live, click here.   

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