A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL
Welcome to Veterans Park Elementary School! Veterans Park, our goal is to provide the best possible educational opportunities for our students, develop life-long learners and prepare children to be successful citizens in a changing world. We help children learn to think creatively, communicate effectively, and solve problems within and among disciplines.
Here at Veterans Park we are committed to providing a nurturing and caring environment where each child can learn and succeed, and we view each child as a unique person with individual learning styles, interests, and levels of development. The classrooms in our school are safe, creative, and engaging places where students feel empowered to take risks and make choices.
Our school community can only achieve excellence with cooperation, dedication and the combined efforts of parents, students, educators, support staff and the community at large. Parental involvement is encouraged and appreciated, and the Veterans Park Parent Teacher Association is an integral component of our school.
I hope this website provides a glimpse of the work we do everyday with our young learners. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the school office at 894-5525.
- IMPORTANT POWERSCHOOL LINKS and MORE Posted: Fri, September 6, 2013 IMPORTANT POWERSCHOOL LINKS and MORE Welcome back! We are looking forward to the start of school. There are upgrades to several...
- LunchTime Updated Information Posted: Fri, November 15, 2013 We are recovering from a significant server issue resulting in the loss of some data used by the LunchTime system.
- Parent Portal Deadline Extended to October 31st Posted: Mon, October 14, 2013 The Parent Portal Form deadline has been extended to October 31st. Please remember to return your signed Parent Portal Agreement...
- PowerSchool Portal Feature Availability Posted: Fri, November 15, 2013 Thank you for your patience as we establish the new PowerSchool system in our district.
- THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS Posted: Wed, November 23, 2011 With unanimous vote, the CTState Board of Education adopted new national academic standards, known as The Common Core State Standards...