Offering a wide variety of books, movies, audio materials and programs, the Southington Public Library is aims to be…More the community's center for life learning and both personal and cultural enrichment. The library has several areas for recreational study as well as two floors of books and a collection that is constantly updated. The library is also a member of the ConnectiCard program and Connecticut Education Network which allow local residents to get books unavailable in Southington through other state libraries.</p>
<p>The library is also charged with maintaining the Barnes Museum and operates with the assistance of Friends of the Library, a non-profit organization designed to enhance opportunities and resources available to residents. The library is run by Executive Director Sue Smayda. </p>
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.
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.