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  • Teacher PD

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  • First Day of School for Students - half-day all schools

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  • half-day for students - all schools

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  • Labor Day - Schools Closed

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  • BOE meeting @ 7:00 pm

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  • Daisy - Early Dismissal for Conferences - MS/HS Full-day

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  • Early Dismissal - All Schools Daisy(Conf.) MS/HS (P.D.)

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  • Columbus Day - Schools Closed

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  • BOE Meeting @ 7:00 pm

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  • MS/HS - Early dismssal for Conferences: Daisy - Full-day

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  • Early Dismissal/All Schools: Daisy (PD) MS/HS (Conf.)

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  • Schools closed for students/PD for Teachers

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  • BOE Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.

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  • Early Dismissal - All Schools

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2020-2021 School Year Updates

The first day of school for students will be September 1, 2020.

We can't wait to welcome our students back!

Love, Mrs. Rose

Wearing Face Masks:

Sept. 1 & 2, 2020

Our first two days of school (Sept. 1 & 2) will be early dismissal days.  We want to help transition our students back successfully as we all get used to new safety protocols, including wearing face coverings.

DAISY STAFF APPRECIATION VIDEO 2020----With much love and appreciation from Daisy Students & Families : )

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Autism Awareness Video

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 Letter to Daisy Parents Guardians 3 19 20.docx 

  • "Grab and Go" Lunches are available for children up to 18 years old,  in the Daisy circle between 12:30-1:30 pm, Mon. through Fri.

We ask all parents, guardians and students to watch the video posted by Mrs. Rose to explain the process.

Then, please visit your child's teachers by clicking on their websites, under "Classrooms."

The daily schedule of lessons will be posted there, along with resources.

Please be patient as we embark on a whole new educational opportunity!

It may be challenging, but it will be rewarding as well.

Please let us know your concerns, as always.

Let the learning begin!

Warmly, Mrs. Rose

Message from Principal Rose re: Distance Learning

News from Daisy's Principal

  • Important Virtual Re-Opening Meeting for Daisy Families, Wed., Aug. 12, at 7 pm

    Dear Daisy Parents/Guardians,

    Please mark your calendars with a very important date:

    Wednesday, August 12, 7 pm

    Virtual Meeting re: Re-Opening Schools

    for Daisy Ingraham Families

    As you have heard previously from Interim Superintendent Dr. Patricia Charles, all Westbrook schools will be opening fully in-person for all students on September 1, 2020.  We are excited to welcome our students back to school and are confident that with our small class sizes that we can do a full opening safely.  Parents do still have the option to choose Distance Learning as a temporary remote option and we all remain flexible in case we need to change our school models at any time, dependent on the metrics and anything changing with community spread of COVID-19.

    The meeting on Wednesday evening will be a live broadcast and the details of how to access this will be posted on our school and district website.  We will share Westbrook's Re-Opening Plans and I look forward to discussing with you how safety changes will be specifically addressed at Daisy.  I will facilitate this meeting, along with Dr. Charles, and we will answer the frequentlyeasked questions that parents have sent in, along with any additional questions you have.  We also plan to record this meeting and post it for those who may not be able to join live.

    I fully realize this has been a very challenging time, both with the worldwide pandemic and then topped off by Tropical Storm Isaias, which has caused widespread power outages here in our community, which many of us are still experiencing.  I thank you for all you are doing for our students in helping them prepare to come back to school.  Please know that we take the social emotional health of our students very seriously and we will do everything possible to help ease their transition to new safety protocols at school.

    Thanks, also, for being patient as we further refine our class lists to ensure smaller, safer cohorts.  We will discuss this at the meeting and you can expect to hear from us about specific student placement in classrooms by August 19.  Please know that we are doing everything in our power to make the most appropriate and safe choices for your children.

    As always, please let me know your concerns, and I look forward to "seeing" you in our virtual informational meeting on Wednesday, August 12.

    Take care and be safe,


    Ruth W. Rose, Principal, Daisy Ingraham School


    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
  • Remote Learning Information

    Dear Parents/Guardians,

    I am writing to you regarding your decision to temporarily opt into Voluntary Remote Learning for your child.  We are pleased that your child will be learning along with his/her in-school peers in this modified manner.  Our program will include both synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities with your child’s teacher(s).  This family choice, however, is not intended to be the same as the learning program that is provided for students attending in person or when school is canceled and all students revert to Distance Learning should public health data require it.  Please understand that access to classes and activities are more restrictive in this model.

    There are certain limitations to Remote Learning that apply:

    • Families are expected to supervise and support student attendance and engagement in instructional activities.
    • The voluntary remote learning programming may not result in the same offerings or matching instructional hours 1:1 with our in-person learning model.
    • Westbrook’s model includes synchronous and asynchronous instruction. Live streaming of classrooms and assignments will be offered as well as online assignments.
    • Parents may opt their children into remote learning by notifying the school principal. Parents are asked to provide advanced notice of one week if the student will return to in-person classes so the schools may properly plan for the child’s return. It is not necessary to wait until the end of a marking term to do so.
    • Remote learning is a full-day choice. Students may not elect to do some classes in-person and others remotely. 
    • Westbrook Public Schools must track the attendance of students participating in remote learning. Attendance will be tracked consistent with the State Board of Education expectations. Additionally, attendance at synchronous lessons, virtual meetings, daily work completion and student participation with the camera on will be used to track student participation. Students are expected to attend school for the full 177 days required by the State Board of Education.                                                                                                                                                         
    • Students will receive grades for their schoolwork completed in the remote model.
    • Students participating in remote learning will be expected to access statewide assessments in-person unless the assessments are available remotely.
    • The State Department of Education is planning to provide further guidance to districts regarding special education students who voluntarily choose temporary remote learning.

    We understand that there are a variety of reasons why some students may not be able to return to in-person instruction at this time.  We hope that your child is soon able to return to school in-person.  How wonderful it will be to welcome the day when we are no longer concerned about health consequences from normal interactions with each other.

    Wishing you a safe and enjoyable time for the remainder of the summer,

    Patricia Charles

    Interim Superintendent


    Covid Info
  • Re-Opening Decision

    Dear Westbrook Families,

    I have been working on making the best decision regarding how our students will return to school in September.  After following the State guidance, speaking with our administrators, looking at the comments in the Google Form regarding reopening, and listening to the Governor's press conference Monday, Westbrook is well positioned for our students and staff to return to in-person learning.  

    Our incident rate of COVID-19 cases is very favorable compared to other areas of the state. Additionally, our in-person cohort sizes rival those of other districts going back to school in a hybrid plan.  Our students have already been away from school for so long; the more we can "normalize" their experience, the better it will be for them.

    While I understand that there is a good chance we will be in hybrid or distance learning later in the fall, I feel that teaching and learning in-person is the best decision for our children and families as we open our schools.

    Should you decide that this update changes your decision about whether or not your child will return to school, please notify the building principal.

    Daisy Ingraham - Mrs. Ruth Rose, 860-399-7925

    Westbrook Middle School - Dr. Susan Miller, 860-399-2010

    Westbrook High School - Ms. Tara Winch, 860-399-6214

    As a reminder, school starts on September 1st.  Please be sure you avoid large crowds and parties as we head toward the end of the summer and Labor Day.  Remember also to avoid traveling to any states that are on the Connecticut Travel Advisory list for having high COVID-19 infection rates. The link to the CT Travel Advisory page is https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus/Travel.  All affected travelers would need to self-quarantine for 14 days upon return to Connecticut.  It will take everyone's effort to ensure a safe and successful opening.  

    I look forward to working with you in these very uncertain times to provide consistency and quality educational programs to your children. 

    Please stay safe,    

    Patricia Charles, Ed.D

    Interim Superintendent

    Westbrook Public Schools



    Covid Info
  • Re-Opening Presentation and Survey

    Dear Parents,

    As we get closer to the start of school on September 1st, I am certain there are questions you have about the opening of Westbrook Public Schools.  As you know the plans are evolving based on local needs, the spread of COVID-19, and data that is updated constantly.  The district plan is posted on the home page of our website at www.westbrookctschools.org. It is a broad plan that addresses three different scenarios based on the level of threat from the virus. 

    An informational broadcast will be held on Wednesday, August 5th at 6:00 PM to discuss the district plan.  The administrators and I welcome your questions and will answer them based on our most current information.  Please complete the form available at the following link to submit your questions: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfwJ1OnhkrEMVYuGzprjPneYuYU15TV39b1diVPWXLnQoo-Ag/viewform.  It is also available on our Covid 19 page at https://www.westbrookctschools.org/covid19 in the link titled "Public Feedback for Re-Opening".

    The webinar will be broadcast on the district YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHi6y2EA0g-bsJmypyAxnbQ

    Follow up informational sessions will be held by school principals with specific details about how each level will respond to reopening its doors.  An invitation will be sent within the next two weeks.  Additionally, an informational program from the Athletics Department is scheduled for August 11th at 5:00.  The link will be sent out in a separate email.

    We look forward to getting back to school and the opportunity to work with you and your children.



    Patricia Charles 


    Covid Info
  • Letter to Parents

    Dear Parents,

    As we prepare for students to come back to school on September 1, the principals and I will be communicating frequently with you about the changes your child will experience upon their return.  Below is a checklist from the CDC that has been tailored for Westbrook that outlines some of the precautions and procedures we will be following. By working together, we can ensure the best possible health, safety and academic outcomes:

    *Before school each day you will be asked to record on an electronic form the following:

    • Check in with your child each morning for signs of illness. If your child has a temperature of 100 degrees or higher, they should not go to school.
    • Make sure your child does not have a sore throat or other signs of illness, like a cough, diarrhea, severe headache, vomiting, or body aches.
    • If your child has had close contact to a COVID-19 case, they should not go to school. Follow guidance on what to do when someone has known exposure.

    When your child is sick please contact the school office:

    Daisy Ingraham 860-399-7925  Westbrook Middle 860-399-2010  Westbrook High 860-399-6214

    *Be familiar with local COVID-19 testing sites in the event you or your child develops symptoms. These may include sites with free testing available.

    Local Testing Options:  CVS Guilford and CVS East Lyme for adults.  Children must go through their pediatrician, your local hospital or Community Health Center in Middletown or New London - 475 -241-0740.

    *Make sure your child is up-to-date with all recommended vaccines, including for flu. All school-aged children should get an influenza flu vaccine every season, with rare exceptions. This is especially important this year because we do not yet know if being sick with COVID-19 at the same time as the flu will result in more severe illness.

    *Review and practice proper hand washing techniques at home, especially before and after eating, sneezing, coughing, and adjusting a face cover. Make hand washing fun and explain to your child why it is important.

    *Pack a water bottle for your child each day.  Water fountains will not be used, except at the middle school where there are water bottle filling stations.

    *Develop daily routines before and after school—for example, things to pack for school in the morning (like hand sanitizer and an additional (back up) cloth face covering) and things to do when you return home (like washing hands immediately and washing worn cloth face coverings).

    *Talk to your child about precautions to take at school. Children may be advised to:

    • Wash and sanitize their hands more often.
    • Keep physical distance from other students.
    • Wear a cloth face covering.
    • Avoid sharing objects with other students, including water bottles, devices, writing instruments, and books.
    • Use hand sanitizer (that contains at least 60% alcohol.) Make sure you’re using a safe product. FDA recalled products that contain toxic methanol.
    • Monitor how they feel and tell an adult if they are not feeling well.

    *Develop a plan as a family to protect household members who are at increased risk for severe illness

    *Make sure your information is current at school, including emergency contacts and individuals authorized to pick up your child(ren) from school. If that list includes anyone who is at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19, consider identifying an alternate person.

    *Be familiar with Westbrook’s plan for communicating with families when a positive case or exposure to someone with COVID-19 is identified.  Student confidentiality will be maintained.  Students and staff who become sick at school or who arrive at school sick will be sent home as soon as possible. We will keep anyone sick separate from well students and staff until the sick person can be sent home. The Health department will assess students and staff who have been sent home due to suspected symptoms.

    If there is a confirmed case of COVID-19, the cohort or school will most likely be dismissed for a time determined by the health department.  The superintendent will immediately call Health Director Zachary Faiella and the school will be cleaned and disinfected. The Westbrook Health Department will follow up with the student/staff member and their family to provide additional guidance.

    *Plan for possible school closures or periods of quarantine. If transmission is increasing in our community or if multiple children or staff test positive for COVID-19, the school building might be closed for an extended period of time. Similarly, if a close contact of your child (within or outside of school) tests positive for COVID-19, your child may need to stay home for a 2-week quarantine period. You may need to consider the feasibility of teleworking, taking leave from work, or identifying someone who can supervise your child in the event of school building closures or quarantine.

    Students who are out of school for quarantining can participate in distance learning.

    *Plan for transportation:

    • If your child rides a bus, your child must wear a cloth face covering on the bus and talk to your child about the importance of following bus rules and any spaced seating rules. Students of the same family will sit together.  The bus will load from back to front. Changing seats will not be permitted. 
    • If carpooling, plan on every child in the carpool and the driver wearing cloth face coverings for the entire trip. Each school will use grade level cohorts to the extent possible to reduce exposure to other people. Consider finding families within your child’s group/cohort at school to be part of the carpool.

    * If your child has an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan or receives other learning support (e.g., tutoring, speech, OT, PT, counseling), ask your school principal or the Director of Special Education, Madeline Illinger, how these services will continue.

    * Consider limiting your child’s in-person out-of-school interactions to children in the same cohort where possible or to activities where physical distancing can be maintained.

    * Reinforce the concept of physical distancing with your child.

    * Plan for increased outdoor opportunities in gym by sending them with a hat, wear shoes conducive to the outdoors, encourage staying a minimum of 6 ft apart.

    Parents who temporarily choose not to send their child to school should contact the school if you have not communicated your decision or want to change your decision at any time.

    We look forward to seeing our students in September and appreciate your partnership as we work together to establish protocols to keep our students and staff safe and healthy.  I will continue to keep you updated on our school opening plans.  For more information visit the district website to view Westbrook’s Reopening School Plan.



    Patricia Charles

    Interim Superintendent


    Covid Info
  • Westbrook Public Schools Re-Opening Plan

    Please find attached the re-opening plan for Westbrook Public Schools.  Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 860-399-6432

    Covid Info
  • Practice Wearing Your Face Mask

    We're looking forward to welcoming our students back to school on September 1st.  Please know that we have been working all summer developing plans to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff.
    One of the new health protocols that all students and staff members will need to adjust to is the wearing of face masks.  The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends face coverings to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and the State of Connecticut is requiring the wearing of masks by all students and adults in school as part of our Reopening Plan.  
    In order to be more informed on the proper use of face masks and also for tips on helping your child adjust to wearing face masks, please check out the following helpful links from the CDC:
    How to Wear Cloth Face Coverings:
    Helping Students Wear Face Masks:
     Please be assured that our students will get "mask breaks" throughout the day and we will utilize outside spaces as much as possible, where students will be able to social distance and enjoy some fresh air without a facial covering.  Our Reopening Plan recommends mask breaks during outside recess; physical education outside; lunch and water breaks.
    One of the best ways to encourage students' appropriate use of facial coverings is for the adults around them to model this. We intend to model the appropriate use of face masks at school and we ask parents/guardians and other adults in the family to do the same with your children when you are in public places.  Please develop the practice of wearing a mask now with your child so it is not as such an adjustment when they get back to school and must wear them for an extended amount of time.
    As always, thanks so much for your support during these challenging times.
    Patricia Charles, Ed.D
    Interim Superintendent
    Westbrook Public Schools
    Covid Info
  • First Day of School Will Be September 1, 2020

    Daisy Parents/Guardians,

    Please know that we are all working very hard to bring our students and staff members back to school safely in the new school year 2020-2021.

    The Board of Education recently voted to set the first day of school for students for September 1.  The first two days of school will be early dismissal days (1 pm), in order to allow a gradual transition for our students as they adjust to new safety protocols, including wearing face masks.  We will plan mask breaks throughout the day, encouraging outside learning time as much as possible, as well as additional outdoor recesses.

    Additional information will be forthcoming  regarding the specifics of the Westbrook Reopening Plans.

    Take care and wishing the best to all of our students and families,

    Ruth W. Rose

    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
  • Changes to District Calendar

    Dear Westbrook School Community,

    Last week the State Board of Education passed a resolution offering flexibility to the 180 day school requirement for students to allow teachers additional professional development to prepare for return to school as a result of the coronavirus. Last night the Westbrook Board of Education voted to revise the school calendar to allow for three additional professional development days. Teachers will be engaged in workshops that will help them address new health and safety protocols, adapt to new instructional strategies, and plan for social and emotional considerations in our schools.

    A revised 2020-21 calendar may be found on the district website at https://www.westbrookctschools.org/20202021_school_year_calendar.  The first day for staff is August 24.  The first day for students is September 1.  September 1st and 2nd will be early dismissal days.

    I will continue to keep you informed of the work we are doing to open our schools.  



    Patricia Charles, Ed.D

    Interim Superintendent

    Westbrook Public Schools


    Covid Info
  • Superintendent Search Information

    Please read the attached document regarding the superintendent search process, or visit the district website at https://www.westbrookctschools.org for more information.


    Westbrook Public Schools
  • Connecticut State Department of Education: Moving Forward Together

    Message from the Superintendent:


    The press release below is the letter that was sent to superintendents yesterday from Commissioner Cardona.  It reflects the Commissioner’s concerns and his certainty that we, as educators, may be strong voices in helping children and families process the turmoil and emotionally-charged atmosphere they are seeing and experiencing.  The Commissioner’s letter (now press release) below includes a roster of excellent resources to assist students, families and community members in dialogue around the issues of racism, hatred, and violence; now risen to frightening levels across our country.  These resources and information will be placed on our School District Home Page.  I am urging administrators to please send the Commissioner’s letter and its roster of resources to each school’s faculty and staff so that where appropriate, they may assist our students and families, as well as one another, to navigate the emotionally-charged coverage.  As always, please contact me with any questions or concerns.  Thank you.


    Patricia A. Ciccone




    Message from Commissioner of Education:

    For immediate release: June 2, 2020



    Dear Connecticut Education Community: 

    The protests and riots that are taking place across our country are the culmination of several tragic, high profile and disturbing acts of violence against people of color at the hands of police. It’s inescapable that our children and students have also seen and heard about the unrest and root causes on TV, on the internet or social media, in a school setting, or from their friends. Processing and making sense of the emotions that incidents of racism and violence, and the consequences, evoke can be very difficult for all of us regardless of our age. Likewise, engaging in meaningful, developmentally appropriate conversations with our children and students about these issues and events presents an understandably sensitive challenge for many parents and educators.


    If we are to prepare our students to become productive members of a diverse society who embrace diversity and foster school communities in which all members feel valued, respected and safe, remaining silent on these current events is not an option. As adults and educators, we must be proactive about making this a teachable moment by addressing issues of racism and inequity head-on. It starts with ensuring children and teenagers know their schools are safe places to learn and grow. It involves providing age-appropriate information to allow them to cope with and form an understanding of upsetting current events as well as asking what they may understand already about the situation and, just as importantly, listening to their perspectives. It’s also critically important that Social and Emotional Learning is implemented systematically is schools, homes, and communities and that adults and students work together to apply the five SEL competencies of: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, responsible decision-making, and relationship skills. 


    As we find the academic year drawing to a close, we at the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) feel a very real sense of urgency to make sure our educators and families are supported and have the necessary tools needed to have these conversations and promote anti-racist learning environments. 


    I am sending you the following resources to provide teachers, students and parents with insights and strategies to help engage in a dialogue about racism, hate, violence, and other tragic events that children may hear about at school and/or see on the news. Together, as leaders, as educators, as adults, we can ensure our school communities are learning environments in which all students feel valued, respected, and safe to learn and grow.       

     In Partnership, 

    Miguel A. Cardona, Ed. D.

    Commissioner of Education
    State of Connecticut 

    Written Materials

     SERC Racial Equity Online Discussions

    On the following Thursdays from 4:30–5:30 p.m., participants in these facilitated online discussions will have the opportunity to share their perspectives around a specific topic.  All are welcome! Please register separately for each session.

     CSDE Leadership Webinar

    • SCHOOLING FOR CRITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS: Engaging Black and Latinx Youth in Analyzing, Navigating, and Challenging Racial Injustice



    Westbrook Public Schools
  • School Closure Information Due to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

    Dear Parent/Guardians:

    I am writing to inform you that the Westbrook Public Schools will be closed until further notice, beginning at 4:00pm today.  At this time, we are prepared to say schools will initially be closed minimally for two weeks.  Please be aware that our ongoing guidance updates will keep you apprised of any need to extend our closure time frame.

    On the advice of our local health departments, school superintendents in southeastern Connecticut have come together to make a decision to put the health of our communities (both school community and the community at large) at the center of our decisions to close schools.  We have been advised by state and local health authorities that the implementation of social distancing measures is a proven science-based intervention that has been shown to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with communicable disease outbreaks. In the past, communities in which schools were closed as preventative measures were able to positively impact and reduce the spread of disease. We felt compelled to make this decision to prevent the spread of illness among our students, staff, and our communities. 

    We also clearly heard that we cannot confirm that this illness will run its course in two weeks; in fact, it is not likely that it will.  We made the determination to make this closure “indefinite” based on that information.  This decision was made in consultation with and with the support of the health departments, elected officials and emergency management professionals.

    There has been much discussion about the concept of distance learning during prolonged absences.  At this time the Connecticut State Department of Education has discouraged districts from utilizing this approach due to concerns over instructional consistency (especially in the early grades), equity of access both intra-district and inter-district, disruption of special education services, and multiple employee contractual issues.  We will continue, during this school closing time frame, to seek ways to provide supplemental education to our students. Should we be able to utilize a distance learning model as we go forward, we will notify parents, students, and staff members of how this will be implemented and when it will be initiated, if at all.


    At this time, please be advised that you will be updated on relevant information that is received and vetted from our public health directors, the CDC, and other state officials.  Please continue to monitor our district website and email to ensure receipt of the most current information.  My next official School Closure Update will come to you by end of day (4:00pm) on Friday, March 20th.  Of course, should relevant information be made available sooner, I will update you as needed. 


    Thank you for your consideration of this important information.  As our public health depts. have reminded us, it is important to remain calm and informed.



    Patricia A. Ciccone

    Westbrook Public Schools
  • Parent and Guardian Survey Related to Distance Learning

    The link below will open a survey that has been designed to give you a chance to provide valuable input toward improving our distance learning education program.  Specifically, we are seeking your feedback (and that of your student(s) in a separate survey) in areas of curriculum delivery, ongoing interactions with school staff, as well as special education and social/emotional support.  Our goal to improve our continuity of education program starts with our commitment to engaging all of our stakeholders.  Please take a moment to fill out this very brief survey to help us pinpoint areas that can be retooled to more adequately meet everyone’s needs.

    Your privacy is of the utmost importance.  All response information will not be linked to the responder and will be kept confidential in any aggregate data reporting.

    Link to parent and guardian survey:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdM-FRX3msxmG28fB6U343nnf_dzz7ycyo7uBOwg1aGcQRrOw/viewform

    Westbrook Public Schools
  • Technical Assistance for Parents/Guardians

    Need tech help with your child's Distance Learning Opportunities?

    Please email: techsupport@westbrookctschools.org

    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
  • Information re: Distance Learning for Parents/Guardians

    Please read the important information in the attached letter regarding Distance Learning, to start on March 23, 2020.

    Wishing all good health,

    Ruth W. Rose

    Daisy Ingraham Elementary School
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Principal, Daisy Ingraham School

105 Goodspeed Drive, Westbrook, CT  06498

Email: rrose@westbrookctschools.org

Phone: 860-399-7925