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District Services


Registration services are available for incoming kindergarteners, new students to the district, students in need of homebound instructions, and families seeking an intra-district transfer.

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Health Services

Provides families with required health forms to start school and screens incoming physical and immunization forms. 

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Assists families with transportation needs for students ranging from pre-K to community transition programs, as well as door to door services for students with special needs. Provides families with bus stop locations, estimated pickup times, bus route numbers and how to set up the parent tracking app: Durham Bus Tracker. 

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Food Services

Assists families in completing the End Hunger Connecticut Survey to start the SNAP application process. Helps to create My School Bucks accounts & answers questions about Breakfast and Lunch services.

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Specialized Learning

Special Education and related services cater to students age 3-22 with disabilities, ensuring compliance with federal and state laws while emphasizing least restrictive environments.

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Multilingual Learners (MLL)

Multiple programs and services are available to our multilingual learners to best meet their needs and learning style and help them become proficient in English. 

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Digital Learning & Technology

Empowering teachers and staff to use classroom technologies, we enrich students' lives with enhanced instruction and improved achievement. 

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Family Center

The Family Center welcomes all families to the Norwalk Public Schools community, helping them to navigate the educational system and ensure their children's academic and social needs are being met.

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Community Resources

Norwalk Public Schools collaborates with a wide variety of organizations and services throughout the City of Norwalk that provide useful resources for our families, students and staff.

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