Welcome to Naugatuck Public Schools and thank you for using our website! The Naugatuck School District enjoys a rich history, many successes, and broad alumni, parent, and community support. It is composed of eleven public schools that provide a solid, contemporary education to some 4300 students. The schools are organized by grades K-4, 5-6, 7-8, and 9-12. Preschool and Headstart services are located together in an early childhood learning center. Additionally, a range of adult programs for enrichment, English language acquisition, and high school completion are offered after hours at the high school.
A nine-member Board of Education establishes policies and governs the affairs of the school district. Members of the Board are elected to two-year terms at a biennial election held in May. Board of Education goals, policies, meeting agendas, meeting minutes, documents, contact information, and news items are posted to this website.
Naugatuck Public Schools provides a comprehensive education and a full program of activities and athletics for all students. High school offerings include advanced science, math, and foreign languages, AP classes, Air Force ROTC, marching band, chorus, and opportunities to travel abroad. Many events may be found on the calendar tab of this website as well as on the websites of the individual schools which are linked here. Parents may find up-to-date information on their children's assignments and grades by using the PowerSchool Parent Portal through the various schools' websites.
We hope you will find the information you are looking for on this website. We always appreciate any thoughts you have for improving our ability to serve your needs. If we can help you in any way, please let us know.