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.
Union School is one of Farmington's four K - 4 elementary schools.
The school, which serves the children of…More Unionville, has been recognized as a National Exemplary School by the U.S. Department of Education. School leadership has set rigorous standards in the core academic areas, but also puts an emphasis on the arts, physical education and student citizenship.
Over half of the student population, overseen by Principal Lynn Katz, is of a minority ethnicity. Another interesting note about Union School is the May Day celebration, which features an outdoor assembly, singing and a traditional maypole dance.
As with all the elementary schools, Extended Care and Learning offers before and after school care for the children of working parents.
West District School 114 W District Rd, Unionville, CT06085 West District School is one of Farmington's four Kindergarten through fourth grade elementary schools. Enrollment is…More growing at West District and more than half of the school's students are of a minority ethnicity. The school was named a Blue Ribbon School in 1997 and continues to offer quality education indicated by high scores on Connecticut Mastery Tests. In addition to a rigorous curriculum, West District provides teachers that work to help their students succeed by fostering a sense of belonging to the school community. The school promotes higher-level learning through a kindergarten acceleration program, reading acceleration groups in every grade, Reading Recovery for first grade and a Math Olympiad program for fourth graders. West District is home to Farmington's Boundless Playground, accessible and fun for children of all abilities and physical conditions. In addition to the playground, West District is uniquely surrounded by vast fields leading to the trails of the Farmington Memorial Forest. As with all the elementary schools, Extended Care and Learning offers before and after school care for the children of working parents.
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.