It has literally been years since we’ve had our beginning of the year bash and it was a big one! So many students and families gathered at the PAL ballfields and outdoor play area and had a wonderful time. Enjoy the photographic evidence below.
The Better Futures Society Why Sponsorships are Important In all of the basic measures of school success – attendance, behavior and working at grade level – CCS excels. That success is attributed to small class size, giving students lots of individual attention, and parent engagement. Everyone signs a contract at the beginning of the year […]
When she finished 5th grade at CCS, Arreyion was chosen by Washington Montessori School to attend middle school there on a full scholarship with transportation. For high school, she attended Sacred Heart High and volunteered at CCS as much as her schedule would allow. She served as a tour guide for the SHS reunion that […]
Mr. Joe, the CCS master chef, came for a visit after someone finally tracked him down through his church. Joseph Ottley retired from CCS at the age of 80 after more than 26 years of dedicated service to the school. We are constantly being asked by former students if Mr. Joe is still around and […]
The teachers and volunteers set up activity stations around the school and we had a long-overdue celebration!
An article that ran in the Republican-American early February was picked up by the Associated Press and spread far beyond Connecticut. It briefly tells the story of a modest CCS admirer who left a large bequest to the school. This incredible gift helps provide an answer to the school’s longterm viability and inspires the upcoming […]
It costs more than $11,000 to educate a child at CCS. You can help with a variety of options from no-cost to planned gifts in your will. Follow the links here according to your interests.
Every year, countless volunteers provide thousands of hours of support in the form of cleaning and repairs, meal preparation, office support, tutoring and mentoring. Children’s Community School could not afford to pay for the invaluable services provided by these generous individuals, and we are truly grateful. If you are interested in any of the following […]