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.</p>
<p>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.</p>
<p>As with all local elementary schools, Extended Care and Learning offers before and after school care for the children of working parents.</p>
The Village Nursery School Inc 67 Main St, Farmington, CT06032 The Village Nursery School first opened its doors in 1957 as the Village Cooperative Nursery School, and has been…More operating since then under the direction of a board of directors. The school is conveniently located near both Miss Porter's School and Noah Wallace Elementary School. Village nursery offers several preschool programs, for 3-year-olds, 4-year-olds and Pre-K. The school follows the Farmington Public School schedule and has 2 full-time teachers.
The Farmington Education Department runs seven schools, including the town's four elementary schools (Union School,…More West District, East Farms and Noah Wallace), Westwoods Upper Elementary School, Irving A. Robbins Middle School and Farmington High School. An inclusive preschool is offered at Irving A. Robbins and Noah Wallace; it prepares special needs and mainstream children for kindergarten in an inclusive environment.</p>
<p>Farmington's schools are excellent, with Connecticut Mastery Scores over 90 percent for almost all subjects across the grades.</p>
<p>In the five-year goals set in 2010, Farmington has outlined rigorous academic standards for how students perform on tests in English, math, science, social studies, music and arts, wellness and health, world languages and physical education. In addition, the district has added less tangible skills such as communication and collaboration, critical thinking and reasoning, problem solving and innovation and self-direction and resourcefulness to student requirements.</p>
<p>Offices are in the Town Hall on the first floor. Superintendent Kathleen Greider, now joined by longtime East Farms principal Assistant Superintendent Mike Galluzzo, oversees the schools together with the Board of Education, a nine-member elected body chaired by Mary Grace Reed. Board of Education meetings are held twice a month on the second and fourth Monday and are hosted at different schools. For a schedule of meetings, visit fpsct.org or call 860-673-8268. Both agendas and minutes are available online.</p>