The Naugatuck Town Hall, known colloquially as the borough hall, is the central location for all of the borough's…More main offices. The building houses 19 offices that cater to a majority of Naugatuck's municipal functions. Other offices, such as Parks and Recreation and the Board of Education, are located in separate buildings in Naugatuck.</p>
<p>Several boards and commissions hold nightly, public meetings at the Naugatuck Town Hall, including the Board of Mayor and Burgesses which meets in the Hall of Burgesses on the fourth floor. </p>
<p>The building was constructed in the 1960s, after a prior town hall was taken down.</p>
Located inside the historic Tuttle House, the central office for the Naugatuck Board of Education encompasses the…More superintendent's office and other administrative offices for the borough's 10 schools. Within the boundaries of this 36,000-person borough are six elementary schools, two intermediate schools, one middle school and one high school.</p>
<p>The historic building is also the location of the district's financial and administrative offices. </p>
<p>The current superintendent is Superintendent John Tindall-Gibson.</p>
Hillside Intermediate School 51 Hillside Ave, Naugatuck, CT06770 Given to the borough of Naugatuck in 1905 by philanthropist John Howars Whittemore, Hillside Intermediate School began…More as the original Naugatuck High School until the current high school was built in 1959. The building is one of Naugatuck's more historic structures, designed by the famous architectural firm McKim, Mead and White. "Home of the Eagles," the Hillside Intermediate School educates children in grades 5 and 6. The school offers academic courses in math, science, English and history, as well as extracurricular activities including band, music and physical education. The current principal is Johnna Hunt. She can be reached via e-mail at <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a>.
Naugatuck Borough Administrative & Executive Departments 229 Church St, Naugatuck, CT06770 The mayor's office is located on the fourth floor of Town Hall, directly next to the Borough Clerk's office. The mayor…More is responsible for overseeing administrative duties in Naugatuck, also presiding over specific boards such as the Board of Mayor and Burgesses and the Board of Education. Visit the website for more information about the current mayor and how to reach him.
Gunntown Passive Park & Nature Preserve 60 Gunntown Rd, Naugatuck, CT06770 Gunntown Passive Park & Nature Preserve is a public park maintained by the Borough of Naugatuck Parks and Recreation…More Department. The park features a nature trail, meadows, butterfly garden and more in a conservation, wetlands area. It is open to the public and used frequently for educational and recreational community activities.
ICES 35 Elm St, Naugatuck, CT06770 ICES is an employment and counseling agency in Naugatuck that specializes in helping disabled children and adults find…More vocational and educational opportunities. It also offers empowerment counseling for its clients. More information is available by visiting ICES' website or calling the office.
Andrew Avenue School is nestled in one of Naugatuck's neighborhoods, just off of the road where it gets its namesake.…More This K-4 school is made up of 10 classrooms, with two per grade level, averaging out to a student-to-teacher ratio of 20:1. There are 10 classroom teachers, a reading consultant and a resource room teacher as well as five regular education and special education paraprofessionals.</p>
<p>The current head of the school is Principal Taran Gruber.</p>