Kennedy Middle School 1071 S Main St, Plantsville, CT06479 The home for more than 830 students from Southington's southern and western regions, Kennedy Middle School is located…More along Route 10 in Plantsville. The school facilities include a an interactive media center, arts room, gymnasium and auditorium among other resources designed to help students achieve success. Students at Kennedy are asked to use a community-first approach to not only help themselves achieve success but to give back to the neighborhoods they grew up in. The school is led by Principal Angelo Campagnano.
Strong Elementary School 820 Marion Ave, Plantsville, CT06479 Following a recent completion of renovations in 2008, the school celebrated 50 years of providing education to the…More community. The school is located on a 21.5 acre property along Marion Avenue in Plantsville and is just a short distance from Panthorn Park. School administrators use a three point strategic plan that uses professional development, instructional consistency and data utilization in order to achieve a supportive educational environment. The school is led by Principal Linda Lackner.
ALTA at the Pyne Center 242 Main St, Southington, CT06489 Part of the Southington High School system, the Alternative Education Program provides a different environment and…More curriculum designed to help at-risk students achieve a higher level of success. Located off-campus at the former Pyne Center, the school serves 45 students using a program guided by principals of discipline, trust and respect. Students who struggle within the confines of a traditional high school setting often find an alternative success through the ALTA program.
DePaolo Middle School 385 Pleasant St, Southington, CT06489 DePaolo Middle School has served the community for decades, providing a place for students in grades 6-8 to learn, grow…More and become actively involved in the community. The two-story facility includes a variety of resources such as an interactive media center, arts room, gymnasium and auditorium to help students achieve success. The school is designed to serve nearly 740 students from areas along the northern and eastern sections of Southington. DePaolo is located just a short distance from Southington High School and across the street from the Calendar House. The school is led by Principal Frank Pepe.