Middletown Board of Education Offices 311 Hunting Hill Ave, Middletown, CT06457 Central offices for the Middletown Board of Education are located in the Dr. Alfred B. Tychsen administration building.…More The city's top education officials work here, including the superintendent, the associate superintendent for teaching and learning, the district's business manager and its directors of pupil services and special education, technology, facilities and adult education.
State Education Resource Center 25 Industrial Park Rd, Middletown, CT06457 The center is a nonprofit agency funded primarily by the Connecticut State Department of Education. It provides…More technical assistance and training for schools, programs and school districts, and a centralized library that's available to educators, families and community members.
Middletown Board of Education Preschool and Special Education Pr 299 Wadsworth St, Middletown, CT06457 Wilbert Snow Elementary School houses preschool and special education programs that are open to all 3-, 4- and…More 5-year-olds in the Middletown public school district. Commodore MacDonough Elementary School is the only elementary school with its own on-site preschool program.
Directions 158 Broad St, Middletown, CT06457 Directions is a physical therapy clinic in Middletown. In addition to physical therapy services, the clinic trains…More teachers and educational professionals on special education topics.
This program is administered by the Middletown Board of Education in cooperation with area boards of education. It…More provides academic programs, early-childhood classes, family education, job training, workplace education, enrichment classes, counseling and assessment services.</p>
<p>Academic programs are designed to meet requirements for a high school diploma and are free to residents of member towns: Middletown, Cromwell, East Haddam/Moodus, East Hampton, Old Saybrook, Portland, Rocky Hill, Regional District 4 (Chester, Deep River, Essex, Centerbrook, Ivoryton), Regional District 13 (Durham, Middlefield, Rockfall) and Regional District 17 (Haddam, Higganum, Killingworth), and Westbrook. Additional locations are in the First United Methodist Church on Old Church Street in Middletown, Old Saybrook, Killingworth and Rocky Hill.</p>
The Rockfall Foundation is a private, non-profit organization devoted to the conservation of natural resources,…More environmental education and sustainable development in Middlesex County. It sponsors education and conservation programs, symposia and meetings with area leaders to build consensus about development and conservation. It holds and maintains undeveloped tracts of land in the county.</p>
<p>The foundation also awards grants to nonprofit groups, educators and municipalities to launch and support projects encouraging environmental sustainability.</p>
<p>The Rockfall Foundation was established in 1935 by Middletown philanthropist and conservationist Clarence S. Wadsworth "to establish, maintain and care for parks and forests or wild land for the use and enjoyment of the public." The foundation is named for the waterfalls in Wadsworth Falls State Park on the Middletown-Middlefield border.</p>