Family Resources

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The PowerSchool Parent Portal provides real-time access to your child’s classes, attendance, assignments/grades and more! Click a link below for directions on how to: 

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Religious Holidays - Excused Absence Form Letter

If your child will be absent from school due to a religious holiday, this will be counted as an excused absence from school, and our school district fully supports this absence.  For your convenience, here is a form letter you can use to explain your child's absence. This letter should be submitted to the school office prior to your child's absence from school. 

Important Resources & Contacts

Domestic Violence Hotline - 1-800-779-7233 

DCF Careline - 1-800-842-2288

211 Infoline - 211 (Local resources (unemployment, food bank, housing etc.. ) And for crisis management of children and teens.

Crisis Counselors 24/7 - Text SHARE or HOME to 741741 (Free resource 24 hours a day for anyone in crisis or just needs to talk.)

Talk it out CT - 1-833-258-5011 (For parents and caregivers who need someone to listen, to understand, and to talk your feelings out.)

Unemployment - N/A (Complete for newly unemployed. For previously unemployed, check emails regularly for updates.)

United Way Economic Relief Fund - 1-866-211-9966 (Help with paying bills, managing finances.)

COVID-19 Updates - N/A (To stay updated on CT response to the CoronaVirus)

General Resources

CT State Department of Education Learning Hub

WPS School Closure Learning Resources

COVID-19 Nursing & School Counseling Resources

Child Care Resources available through the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood

The Connecticut Office of Early Childhood has resources available to help you find appropriate child care for the days ahead.  The easiest way is to contact this department is to dial 800-505-1000 in order to speak to a Child Care Referral Specialist.  They will help you find the services that will best fit the needs of you and your family and can explore with you options such as child care centers, family child care homes, and group child care homes.