Danbury School Registration
Attention: The deadline for the Westside lottery is March 31st. Acceptances may be submitted to:
or mailing them to:
Danbury Public Schools, 63 Beaver Brook Road, Danbury, CT 06810

  • The Partnership for Connecticut is eager to hear from parents about Danbury's needs and ideas for helping disengaged and disconnected youth and young adults (ages 14 to 24) graduate high school and connect to career opportunities.  The short survey can be accessed at https://www.connecticutpartnership.org/parent-survey

  • Lottery for the Westside Middle School, grades 6-8, will open on the Danbury Public Schools Website on February 1, 2020.  It will remain open until February 14, 2020, the lottery will take place on February 21, 2020.  Results will be mailed to parents on February 28, 2020.

  • Board of Education 2020-2021 Budget Presentation (Link)
  • Board of Education Proposed 2020-2021 Budget (Link)
  • Connecticut's Seal of Biliteracy (Link)
  • Danbury Public Schools Newsletter (Winter)
  • Letter From Mayor and Superintendent Regarding Zero Tolerance Policy (English)​ (Spanish) (Portuguese)
  • Substitute Educators Needed (flyer) (brochure). Click on Employment Opportunities button above to complete application. 
  • Enrollment Analysis and Projections, November 2019 (Link)
  • Data Presentation 2018-2019 School Year, Oct. 2019 (Link)
  • Danbury Health Department Message regarding EEE Virus (Link)
  • 2019-2020 Back to School Guide (English) (Spanish) (Portuguese)
  • 2019-2020 School Calendar (Link). First day of classes is August 28th and is a full day for students.
  • 2020-2021 School Calendar (Link).
  • 2019-2020 School Hours (Link).  Note revised early dismissal times. 
  • Free & Reduced Lunch Application (English) (Spanish) (Portuguese)
  • Danbury Public Schools Newsletter, Graduation Edition (2019)
  • STAR Testing (Link)
  • Lexia (Link)
  • Read180/System44 (Link)
  • Early Childhood Program Application (Link)
  • Danbury Public School District School Messenger(Link)
  • Danbury School Budget (Link)

 Dr. Sal Pascarella

"Say Something" & "Start with Hello"
Programs from Sandy Hook Promise

 The Danbury School District is proud to provide the community and its children with a safe and caring educational environment. Committed to the intellectual and cultural development of our students, we offer not only a quality education but also challenge our students with a variety of academic, athletic and civic-minded opportunities. We believe in preparing our students for a bright future with a standard based and enriched curriculum and the support of dedicated faculty, staff and Board of Education.