Derynoski Elementary School 240 Main St, Southington, CT06489 Located in the southern section of downtown Southington and adjacent to the Southington Public Library and ALTA at the…More Pyne Center, the Derynoski School has the largest population of any elementary school in the community. The school serves more than 680 students and has remained a downtown landmark for decades. The Derynoski Elementary School was once Southington High School. The school is led by Principal Karen Smith.
Flanders Elementary School 100 Victoria Dr, Southington, CT06489 Located in the heart of the residential neighborhoods of eastern Southington and just a short distance from Pleasant…More Street, the Flanders Elementary School offers a rural learning environment. The school takes pride in educating a diverse group of students and providing the building blocks needed to achieve academic success. The school is led by Principal Patricia Mazzarella.
Thalberg Elementary School 145 Dunham St, Southington, CT06489 Thalberg Elementary School serves almost 450 children from the northern parts of Southington. Located along Dunham…More Street less than a mile from both Crescent Lake and Southington's commercial district along Queen Street, the school has a fully renovated facility with state-of-the-art technology designed to help students learn the skills they need to suceed. The school is run by Principal Beecher Lajoie.
South End Elementary School Maxwell Noble Drive, Plantsville, CT06479 Located along Maxwell Noble Drive in Recreation Park, South End Elementary School serves several residential communities…More in the area and provides education to approximately 250 students. The school offers a safe and beautiful environment in which children can learn and grow. The school is led by Principal Sally Kamerbeek.
Kelley Elementary School 501 Ridgewood Rd, Southington, CT06489 Located less than half a mile from West Street in the northwest part of the town, the Kelley Elementary School has…More provided services to the community for nearly 45 years. The school is built on a 25-acre property and includes 21 classrooms, media center and other resources to serve its 408 students. The school is led by principal Elizabeth Lutz.
St. Dominic School 1050 Flanders Rd, Southington, CT06489 St. Dominic School, located adjacent to St. Dominic Church, offers education to students in preschool through fifth…More grade. Founded in 1978 as a nursery school, the school is now home to 180 students from 127 families within the Southington community. St. Dominic's is one of two Catholic elementary facilities in the community. <br /><br />
Walter Derynoski Elementary School 240 Main St, Southington, CT06489 Derynoski Elementary School is the largest school in the Southington School District, located across from the public…More library on Main Street. The school offers a safe and nurturing environment for students to develop and learn, and it features a wide range of activities and programs for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The school offers numerous art, speech, language and physical education programs within its extensive curriculum.
A and R School Portraits 30 Eden Ave, Southington, CT06489 A and R School Portraits serves the town of Southington and surrounding communities. The studio provides student…More photography services for schools by appointment
Zion Christian Nursery School 531 Woodruff St, Southington, CT06489 Located on the grounds of the Zion Lutheran Church, Zion Christian Nursery School represents an important mission within…More the church structure. Parents are intimately involved in the operation of the school, which focuses on child development rather than rote academic learning. It serves children ages 3-5 seeking to foster their emotional, physical, and spiritual development.
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.
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.
St. Thomas School 133 Bristol St, Southington, CT06489 The St. Thomas School is an extension of the services provided to the community through St. Thomas Catholic Church and…More provides an education for more than 170 students ranging from pre-schoolers to eighth graders. With a recently renovated facility that includes all the components needed to provide a quality Catholic education, the school aims to improve the lives of today's children through a program that targets the mind, body and soul. The St. Thomas School mission statement focuses on teaching children the prinicpals of success by supporting academic excellence, strong Christian values and providing a nurturing, supportive environment.
Hatton Elementary School 50 Spring Lake Rd, Southington, CT06489 Located in the eastern section of town just a short ride away from Veterans Memorial Park, the Hatton Elementary School…More offers a variety of educational opportunities including the Wrinn Preschool Center. This 12-acre property and newly-renovated facility offers state-of-the-art technology and provides a spacious learning environment. The school also operates under the principles of the "Character Counts" model. The school is led by Principal Roberta McAloon.