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Greenwich Council of Parent Teacher Associations
290 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

Greenwich Council of Parent Teacher Associations is the overarching council for the town's 15 public schools, and itsMore purpose is to advocate on behalf of the students, promote communication, and support the continual improvement and refurbishment of schools throughout the Greenwich Public School System.

The council is comprised of the PTA Council Executive Board and Committee Chairpersons, the PTA Co-Presidents from each school, the Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent of Schools, each school principal and the President of the Greenwich Education Association.

Meetings usually take place at at Town Hall on the first Friday of the month throughout the school year.

Greenwich High School
10 Hillside Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
Greenwich High School is the town's only public high school and one of the largest in the state. Over 2,700 studentsMore currently attend the school, which is divided into five houses: Bella, Clark, Folsom, Sheldon and Cantor. In addition to 40 varsity sports, GHS offers a robust drama program as well as many art, music and academic clubs. The school mascot is the Cardinal.
Parkway School
141 Lower Cross Rd, Greenwich, CT 06831
Parkway Elementary School serves about 330 students, from kindergarten through fifth grade, in the northern corner ofMore Greenwich. It is part of the Greenwich Public School system. One of the school's primary goals is to implement a balanced literacy program.
Greenwich Public Schools Preschool
105 Prospect St, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Greenwich Public Schools Preschool Program provides a structured, developmental program that uses play andMore exploration as a basis of the learning curriculum. Areas of focus include communication, cognition, self-management, fine and gross motor skills and social-emotional skills.
Girls Inc. of Southwestern Connecticut, Greenwich Chapter
P.O. Box 793, Greenwich, CT 06836

Girls Inc. supports and encourages girls to lead confident, healthy and fulfilled lives.

The local chapterMore provides an after-school program for girls through the age of 15 who attend Wilbur Peck and the Greenwich Public Schools. Girls Inc. of Greenwich holds a summer school program in July and a summer camp in August.

The national organization awards a number of academic and summer-camp scholarships annually.

Glenville School
33 Riversville Rd, Greenwich, CT 06831
Glenville is one of eleven elementary schools in the Greenwich Public School System. The school has a history that datesMore back to 1756, when it was known as The Inkwell. Nearly 350 students attend the school today. The school mascot is the Gator. There is also a pre-school program.
New Lebanon School
25 Mead Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

The New Lebanon School, located near the Byram Library, is part of the Greenwich public school system and servesMore about 240 students in preschool through fifth grade.

The school has about 13 classrooms and is considered a neighborhood school where all students walk to class. No buses are provided.

Western Middle School
1 Western Junior Hwy, Greenwich, CT 06830
Western Middle School is part of the Greenwich Public School system. It is recognized as a candidate school forMore the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program. The school currently serves about 530 students from sixth to eighth grade.
Julian Curtiss School
180 E Elm St, Greenwich, CT 06830

Julian Curtiss became Greenwich's third MAGNET school in 2003 and offers students in kindergarten through fifth gradeMore the opportunity to study French or Spanish.

Julian Curtiss is a neighborhood school with a familial atmosphere, according to its Web site. The school, which is part of the Greenwich public school system, has a cross section of socioeconomic groups and is international in character. About 340 students attend.

The school is named after Julian Wheeler Curtiss, who had great interest in community life and was the first president of the Greenwich YMCA. He also served on town and state boards of education.

Greenwich Board of Education
290 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

The Board of Education is an elected body that serves to maintain and improve the town's public school system. TheMore bipartisan board is made up of eight members, each serving a four year term.

Each November, the board elects three members to serve as chairman, vice chairman and secretary. The board meets weekly during the school year and on special occasions during the summer months.

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