Wilton Public Schools Board of Education 395 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Board of Education is the body responsible for voting on the policies that govern the schools in the town's…More district. It consists of six members who are elected to serve four-year terms. The office is attached to the Wilton High School. The Board welcomes all letters and emails but cautions senders that all written communications belong to public record.
The Wilton Jewish Center, also known as the WJC or Nefesh Yehudi (which means “Jewish soul” in Hebrew)…More teaches the “Four Worlds” of well-being: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual.</p>
<p>WJC events are open to Jews and gentiles alike, since one of the WJC’s top priorities is “tikkun olam” (literally “repairing the world” in Hebrew). WJC programs include Rosh Chodesh (monthly new moon celebrations), meditation workshops, musical services and performances, an examination of the spirituality of music called “Shi’ur b’Shir” (a “Lesson in Song” in Hebrew), and adult and teen education in the Torah and Talmud.</p>
<p>WJC Spiritual leader Batya Diamond also serves on the board of the Wilton Education Foundation and can be reached at 203-762-7089.</p>
Wilton High School (WHS) defines itself as "a community of learners dedicated to academic and personal excellence."…More It has a reputation as a top public school, with 87 percent of its senior class going on to a four-year college, and mean SAT scores well above the national average.</p>
<p>WHS offers a wide curriculum and has specific graduation requirements for its approximately 1,300 students. They must complete various numbers of courses in the Humanities, Sciences, Applied Arts, Physical Education, and Electives disciplines, all designed to prepare students adequately for college. In addition, there are a number of extracurricular clubs, activities and sports teams.</p>
<p>Wilton High is governed by the Board of Education, headed by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gary Richards. Its staff is composed of Principal Timothy Canty, Associate Principal Robert O'Donnell, Assistant Principal Maria Coleman, Assistant Principal Linda Ciliberti and Director of Athletics Christy Hayes.</p>
Connecticut State Representative Lawrence Cafero 5 Wicks End Ln, Wilton, CT06897 Representative Cafero has been serving in the State House of Representatives since 1993. Before that he held the…More positions of Chair of the Board of Education in Norwalk. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the University of Connecticut and a Juris Doctor Degree at Western New England College School of Law.
Ambler Trust 44 Old Ridgefield Rd, Wilton, CT06897 This office is located on the second floor in the Piersall Building. Ambler Trust is a trust fund for high school…More graduates, who can be selected for a scholarship; and for municipal, religious, charitable, benevolent, or educational organizations as determined to be worthy by the Board.
Miller School is a fully integrated public school serving Kindergarten through second grade students.
It is…More located at 217 Wolfpit Road, adjoining the Driscoll School, and was named for Tilford W. Miller, a former Wilton educator who moved to the town from New York in 1925 and served as Town Treasurer and Chariman of the Board of Education.</p>
<p>There are roughly 1000 students between Miller and Driscoll and the facility also include a pre-school for special needs children.</p>