Crosby Class of 2018 Crosby Teacher of the Year 2018 Congratulations to Dezheen Selevany receiving the WTA Scholarship Davin Smith competed in the Northeastern Cubing USA Championship~ 
He had to solve the Rubix cube 100 times during the competition Super Senior 2018 Super Senior 2018 Super Senior 2018 Crosby Staff Crosby's 2018 Superintendent Awardees Crosby Students Compete in Waterbury's Quiz Bowl 2018 Crosby Students who received Waterbury Youth Services Awards Crosby at the United Nations Crosby Students, Mrs. Gopie and Others Visit United Nations Crosby Students Visit United Nations Crosby Student Volunteers at CT Special Olympics Coach Jurewicz awarded $1000.00 Grant Crosby STEM Fair 2018 Crosby Student Volunteers ~ Special Olympics 2018 Crosby is proud of Tiahna! 2018 2018 Crosby Black History Month Celebrations Crosby Black History Month Celebrations Crosby participates in Martin Luther King, Jr. Youth Summit 2018 December PBIS Celebration Crosby Cheerleaders Culinary Arts Hispanic Heritage Celebration SNHS Pics from a recent field trip to the Shepaug river in Roxbury, CT SNHS Garden Culinary Arts Crosby Volleyball 2017 Public Service Crosby Culinary Arts Students under the direction of Chef Palladino at a NVCC reception Tomorrow's Professionals
The Gathering 2017 CHS PBIS Ms. Carvalho Crosby Volleyball 2017 welcome plaque Congratulations to Crosby's Class of 2017! Class of 1977 Crosby Robotics Crosby Administrators


Staff Welcome New Superintendent



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Dr. Ruffin greets staff as they arrive at the reception to welcome her to Waterbury Public Schools. 

Freshmen Orientation Date Change

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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.


Girls Who Code

Teach a girl to code & she'll change the world. 

Girls Who Code is a free after-school program for Waterbury high school girls aimed at teaching participants about computer science in a fun and safe environment.

To sign up for this program, contact Olivia Dudley at Waterbury Youth Services 203-573-0264. Click on this link for more information. 

Over the course of 35 weeks, club members will learn computer software on Fridays from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. in the Computer Lab of WYS. In addition to learning code, club members will participate in field trips, team projects, and hear from multiple guest speakers in IT. The first club meeting is scheduled for October 5, 2018.

Health Careers

To help young adults jump start their careers in health care, Waterbury Youth Services recently launched Career Builders in Health. Supported by the Northeast Regional Workforce Investment Board, this new program is designed to help young adults 16-24 years of age earn a CNA certificate, secure a job, and receive on-going support to further their career in health care.

Waterbury Adult Education will be a leading partner in this program. Their curriculum will incorporate classroom learning with clinical experience in a local nursing home.

WYS has begun the recruitment phase of Career-Builders in Health, which is completely free of charge to eligible participants but limited to eight young adults. To qualify, participants must be 16 to 24 years old, not enrolled in an educational program and unemployed or underemployed in minimum-wage jobs.

Click here for more information. 

Granville Academy

Granville Academy Career Fair is Sept. 28 & 29 at Waterbury Career Academy. 
Dr. Karl Reid is the Keynote Speaker.  
For more information, contact Granville Academy. 

Essay Contest open to all high school students. 
Contact Granville Academy for more information. 
Entry Deadline: Friday, December 7, 2018 


New Superintendent Named

Dr. Verna D. Ruffin is the new Superintendent of Schools for Waterbury. The Board of Education official named Dr. Ruffin at its meeting June 28, 2018. 

Dr. Ruffin comes to Waterbury from a position as a Chief Academic Officer for the Achievement School District in Memphis, Tennessee. Prior to that position, she had served as Superintendent of the Jackson-Madison County Schools in Jackson (TN) and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction and Area Superintendent in Tulsa (OK) Public Schools.

Dr. Ruffin accepts position

Congratulations Crosby’s Class of 2018

Crosby 2018Click here to see the photo gallery 

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300 Pierpont Road
Waterbury , CT 06705
Phone: 203.574.8061

Fax: 203.574.8072