The Farmington Food Pantry helps more than 50 local families by providing them with food, personal items and other…More necessities.
Its home is on the campus of First Church of Christ Congregational in Amistad Hall. A large freezer and shelving units store the food that is donated by Farmington families and by Foodshare. Volunteers sort the donated items and families are able to pick up what they need.
Eligible families are referred through the Farmington Social Services Department.
Noah Wallace is one of Farmington's four K - 4 elementary schools.
This school is tucked behind the First…More Church of Christ in Farmington Village. Students at Noah Wallace consistently score well on the Connecticut Mastery Tests and regularly engage in community activities like a mail system and reading with buddies in different grades. Principal Diane Cloud directs a dedicated team of teachers.
The Noah Wallace Student Council has led the way for students to raise money and necessities for charities such as FIDELCO, Pennies for Peace, the Farmington Food Pantry and children living in shelters.
As with all local elementary schools, Extended Care and Learning offers before and after school care for the children of working parents.