The new Norwalk Early Childhood Center celebrated today with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the newly renovated, state-of-the-art facility. The site on Allen Road is now home to six pre-Kindergarten classrooms that can accommodate up to 18 children in each room.
Participants in the ribbon cutting included Dr. Steven Adamowski, superintendent of schools; Mayor Harry Rilling; Board of Education members Yvel Crevecoeur and Bryan Meek; Common Council members Rich Bonenfant and Tom Livingston, and State Representatives Bruce Morris, Gail Lavielle and Fred Wilms.
Our deep appreciation also goes to a variety of people from the City of Norwalk and Norwalk Public Schools who worked tirelessly to get this beautiful facility ready for the start of the school year. Our thanks as well to the teachers, administrators and paraprofessionals who worked hard to get rooms ready for students, and who are committed to making sure all our kids are ready for Kindergarten.
Norwalk Early Childhood Center offers six classrooms with two half-day programs in each, and serves both special needs and typical students. The NECC program supports the development of each child through exciting academic, cognitive, emotional, language, physical and creative activities. The curriculum addresses the strengths, needs and interests of each child, both with and without disabilities.
For more information on the pre-K program at the Norwalk Early Chldhood Center, please click here: Introducing Norwalk Early Childhood Center
To inquire about enrolling your child, or to schedule a visit and tour of the facility, call 203-945-0320.