Western Elementary School 108 Pine St, Naugatuck, CT06770 Western Elementary School is located in a residential section of Naugatuck, on Pine Street. The K-4 school has just over…More 260 students who are instructed in math, science, language arts and social studies. There is also an active Parent Teacher Organization that is represented on the school's website. The current principal is Melissa D'Alessandro.
Cross Street Intermediate School was, for decades, a elementary school that served children from the kindergarten to…More 5th grade. The district reconfigured in 2002 and Cross Street became an intermediate school for grades 5 and 6, although it is technically still classified as an elementary school through the state.</p>
<p>The school offers instruction in math, language and sciences among other faculties. Students partake in several programs, including DARE, programs presented by the National Guard, charity for the victims of Hurricane Katrina, "Hats for Haiti" and donations to the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank.</p>
<p>The current principal is Christopher Montini. He can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com.</p>
National Diversified Training 529 S Main St, Naugatuck, CT06770 National Diversified Training is a school that specializes in safety education. NDT, known as The Little Red…More Schoolhouse of Safety, provides its students with medical and first aid training. Along with this, it trains businesses on how they can become OSHA-certified. For more information, please call or visit the website.
Maple Hill Elementary School 641 Maple Hill Rd, Naugatuck, CT06770 As one of Naugatuck's newer schools, Maple Hill Elementary School opened in September of 1989. The school has 19…More classroom teachers including two non-graded special education classes. Kindergartners through fourth-graders are taught math, science, social studies and English among other subjects. Staff are trained in administering tests, and every member serves on a committee that enables Maple Hill School to develop and implement school policies. The school's motto is "Nurturing the growth of tomorrow's leaders."
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>.
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>
Formerly two schools, St. Francis - St. Hedwig School is now a Catholic educational institution in Naugatuck. The…More school aims to blend the traditions of each of its schools into one strong, effective, Catholic institution with its goal to further enrich its students to become people that put their Catholic faith and beliefs into action and positively influence the world around them.</p>
<p>The St. Francis of Assisi School was established in 1897 as a Catholic school to meet the needs of the large number of immigrants settling in the Naugatuck valley. The St. Hedwig School opened in 1914 as a four-room school with an enrollment of 200 students. In January 1992, the St. Hedwig School, under the direction of its pastor, Reverend Joseph Parzymies, began a consolidation process with St. Francis School. </p>
<p>Initially, St. Hedwig School would offer a Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade program, and each year sent its 6th grade students to St. Francis School. In September 1992, St. Hedwig School began a Pre-Kindergarten program for 3 and 4 year olds, and an all day Kindergarten program, and continued regular education programs for grades 1 through 5. In 1995, plans for expanding St. Hedwig School back to eighth grade began.</p>
Built in 1893, Salem Elementary School is the oldest operating school in Naugatuck. Bequeathed to the town by John…More Howard Whittemore, who also funded the Hillside Middle School and Howard Whittemore Library among others, Salem has supported grades K-4 since around 1950.</p>
<p>Children at this downtown school are instructed in a curriculum that includes math, science, language arts and social studies. Because of its central location, Salem School students will spend some of their instructional time outside the school walls, visiting the Naugatuck Historical Society, the Howard Whittemore Library and the firehouse. The mayor and the local state representative also come to the school and read to the students.</p>
<p>The school's Flag Day ceremony is also a well-attended event, known among Naugatuck residents. The current principal is Principal Jennifer Kruge. She can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.</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>
Hop Brook Elementary School 75 Crown St, Naugatuck, CT06770 The Hop Brook Elementary School, a K-4 school centered just near Route 68, carries a great deal of architectural…More history, much like other major buildings in the borough of Naugatuck. It was completed in 1916, when it was known as Union City School, by renowned female architect Theodate Pope Riddle. Riddle was also known for designing Avon Old Farms, a private boys' school in Avon. The current principal is Principal Brian Hendrickson. He can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com.
Pinto's Driving School 576 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT06770 Pinto's Driving School offers experienced and friendly driving instructors that break down the fundamentals of driving…More and teaching the rules of the road. For more information on classes and services offered, please call.
Naugatuck High School was completed in 1959 after being relocated to its present location from what is now Hillside…More Middle School. This school instructs nearly 1,400 students in math, science, social studies, history, English and language. Students are also offered a chance to take advanced placement courses, and are required to test in the state-mandated CAPT testing process.</p>
<p>Naugatuck High School has a long tradition in football, particularly in its Thanksgiving Day rival game against Ansonia High School. The rivalry game stretches back 109 years.</p>
City Hill Middle School is a large, multi-level building located on Naugatuck's east end. The school educates the…More borough youth in grades 7 and 8, providing 28 academic teachers in math, science, social studies and language, as well as 12 teachers in art, physical education, music and technical education.</p>
<p>The school also has a principal, two assistant principals and two guidance counselors, as well as two nurses. A total of 12 certified staff teach special education.</p>
<p>The school hosts several sports teams for the students and offers a myriad of extracurricular activities and clubs.</p>
<p>The current principal is Christine Blanchard. The school can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.</p>
Formerly an elementary school, the Prospect Street School became the central location for preschool services in the…More Naugatuck public school system. While being built over half a century ago, the school was part of a reconfiguration in July 2010, taking away its K-4 status.</p>
<p>Now the school hosts the district's federally-funded Head Start program, the state-funded School Readiness program and the district's special education program for preschool students. Head Start is free for children who come from families below the federal poverty level, while School Readiness is at a reduced rate based on a sliding scale. This particular state-funded program is usually available for families who don't quite make the federal poverty threshold, but are not able to afford preschool for their children.</p>
<p>All three programs operate with a varying degree of participating. There are 30 children in the special education program, 91 in Head Start and 18 in School Readiness. They attend preschool at different times and for different lengths of time.</p>
<p>While the school does not have ramp access, all classes are conducted on the first floor of the two-level building.</p>
<p>The building principal is Laura Klimaszewski and the Head Start and School Readiness director is Janci Mons. </p>