Organizations Supporting our Students
Wilton Public Schools is very fortunate to be supported by a number of non profit organizations that aide in the education and wellbeing of our students.
District Organizations are marked with *.
Each Wilton school has its own Parent Teacher Association. PTA's exists to foster good relationships and communication between all stakeholders in our schools. PTA's put on events and fundraise to provide additional resources for our students and teachers. Each PTA holds monthly meetings which are open to all parents. Joining the PTA at your child's school is a great way to get involved and stay informed on issues important in children's education today.
Wilton Youth Council
Wilton Youth Council promotes and protects the social, emotional and mental well-being of Wilton's students by educating and empowering youth, parents and community.
Wilton Youth Council offers a whole range of programs from leadership and substance use prevention programs for students, to parent education presentations and community building activities.
Wilton Continuing Education*
Wilton Continuing Education offers before and after school care, before and after school clubs and even adult ed classes for Wilton students and residents.
SEPTA is a special education PTA. The Wilton SEPTA’s mission is to build compassionate, trusting, and collaborative relationships with all members of our schools and community. We strive to ensure that the diversity of all children receiving Special Education and related services will be supported, celebrated and socially embraced. Collectively, we will work to increase access to resources; empowering every child with the opportunity and inspiration to thrive.
Wilton Education Foundation
WEF is committed to working closely with the school district to support the efforts of students and teachers. The foundation fosters creative approaches to education by supporting district-wide projects that have a broad impact on academic and enrichment learning, specifically, technology projects and supplemental tech-related classroom materials, professional development scholarships, and funds to enhance arts and music in the schools.