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Arthur H. Illing Middle School
227 Middle Tpke E, Manchester, CT 06040
The town's only public middle school, Arthur H. Illing Middle School is located close by Manchester High School at 227More E. Middle Tpke. and teaches almost 1,000 7th and 8th grade students. The school follows a curriculum proscribed by the Manchester School System and the Board of Education. Troy Monroe is the principal. 
Manchester Regional Academy
665 Wetherell St, Manchester, CT 06040

Manchester Regional Academy is a Manchester Public School led by Principal Bruce Thorndike. It is a small, highlyMore structured school for boh high-risk and students who require individualized attention. There are presently 75 students who benefit from the counseling, adventure-based learning and crisis intervention programs.



Waddell Elementary School
163 Broad St, Manchester, CT 06042
Waddell Elementary School is a public elementary school of more than 300 students from kindergarten through fifth grade.More The school follows a curriculum prescribed by the Manchester Public Schools system and the Board of Education. Roland Axelson is the principal. 
Buckley Elementary School
250 Vernon St, Manchester, CT 06042

A public elementary school located at 250 Vernon St., Buckley Elementary School serves about 350 students fromMore kindergarten through fifth grade. The school follows a curriculum prescribed by the Manchester School System and the Board of Education. Matthew Daly is the school principal.

Highland Park Elementary School
397 Porter St, Manchester, CT 06040
A public elementary school located at 397 Porter Street, Highland Elementary School services about 300 students fromMore kindergarten through fifth grade. The school follows a curriculum dictated by the Manchester School Systems and the Board of Education. Catherine Colavecchio is principal. 
Bowers Elementary School
141 Princeton St, Manchester, CT 06042
Bowers Elementary School is a public elementary school located at 141 Princeton St. The school teaches about 450More students from kindergarten through fifth grade and adheres to a curriculum proscribed by the Manchester School System and the Board of Education. Mary Lou Ruggiero is the principal. 
Washington Elementary School
94 Cedar St, Manchester, CT 06040

A public elementary school located at 94 Cedar Street, Washington Elementary School services about 320 students fromMore kindergarten through fifth grade. The school follows a curriculum prescribed by the Manchester School Systems and the Board of Education. Karen Gray is principal. 

 

Martin Elementary School
140 Dartmouth Rd, Manchester, CT 06040
A public elementary school located at 140 Dartmouth Road, Martin Elementary School services about 280 students fromMore kindergarten through fifth grade. The school follows a curriculum proscribed by the Manchester School Systems and the Board of Education. Donna Fitzgerald is principal. 
Manchester Redemption Center
95 Hilliard St, Manchester, CT 06042
The Manchester Redemption Center is a certified Connecticut Redemption Center and accepts most aluminum, glass andMore plastic containers that bear the Connecticut Redemption Value logo. It also shares an active partnership with the Manchester community, helping fire departments, churches, Boys and Girl Scouts and neighboring public schools. The center was founded in 1988 and also offers pick-up services for empties on Saturdays.
Town of Manchester Education Department
45 N School St, Manchester, CT 06042
The Manchester Education Department is responsible for the instruction of about 7,300 public school students andMore oversees the operations of 10 elementary schools, a middle school, a sixth-grade academy, a regional academy, Manchester High School and an alternative education program, the Bentley School. The main offices for the department are located in the Kennedy Education Center at 45 N. School St. Kathleen M. Ouellette serves as the current superintendent; Patricia F. Brooks serves as the assistant superintendent of finance and management; and Ann Richardson serves as the assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction. Other central office departments located in the Kennedy Education Center include food and nutrition, health, pupil personnel services and transportation. The department is overseen by a nine-member Board of Education elected for three-year terms by the town's electorate.
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