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Northwest Park
145 Lang Rd, Windsor, CT 06095
Northwest Park is an educational and recreational facility that also serves as a habitat preserve for the area's nativeMore species. Located on nearly 500 acres of land, the park provides various educational services to the public, including wildlife education classes and tours of its Tobacco Cultural Museum and Archive. The Park hosts a gift shop, public skiing and snowshoeing, and a concert series.
Pathways to Technology Magnet School
184 Windsor Ave, Windsor, CT 06095
Pathways to Technology is an interdistrict magnet school near the Windsor/Hartford line, and is a member of the HartfordMore Public Schools System. The school specializes in education that prepares its students for participation in a technology driven society. It serves grades 9 - 12 and has about 400 students. Pathways focuses on accepting and educating students that are on track to attend college. It aims to provide an educational foundation for college and professional careers in such fields as animation, graphic design, software programming and computer forensic science.
Roger Wolcott Early Childhood Center
57 E Wolcott Ave, Windsor, CT 06095
Located in the Wilson section of town, Roger Wolcott Early Childhood Center provides pre-school and kindergartenMore education. All public-school kindergartners attend Roger Wolcott. Kindergarten classes are half-day classes. The school's approach to education built upon providing literacy and numeracy education as the foundation of child development. Character development and communication are also at the heart of the curriculum. In addition to its in-school programs, Wolcott also provides a Family Resource Center and a tuition-based after- and before-school program.
State of Connecticut Board of Education and Services for The Bli
184 Windsor Ave, Windsor, CT 06095
Founded in 1893, the Board of Education and Services of the Blind (BESB) provides services to adults and children whoMore are visually impaired, deaf-blind or legally blind. Services include life skills training, case management and education services in an attempt to give those with vision loss the ability to gain independence. BESB also offers volunteer opportunities for those that would like to help the visually impaired.
Trinity Christian School
180 Park Ave, Windsor, CT 06095
Trinity Christian is a non-denominational school, providing Christian-based education to children beginning at ageMore three. Trinity has a preschool (ages three and four), a full-day kindergarten program, and an elementary school (grades one through five). With a preschool that was started in 1961, and an elementary school that began in 1995, Trinity has been educating youth for decades. The school continues to provide students with a broad curriculum, including education in arts, music, foreign language and computer technology. Before and after-school programming is also provided. The school is a ministry of Trinity United Methodist Church, with which it shares a building.