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495 Phoenixville Road, Chaplin, CT 06235

Windham County Connecticut

 Phone: (860) 455-0073

 Fax: (860) 455-0027

 Email: assistant@chaplinct.org


Town of Chaplin Notices

Tue, Nov 15th
DOWNLOAD: Boards of Education - Survey Deadline Extended

Attention Voters in Chaplin, Hampton and Scotland


By now, each eligible voter in Chaplin, Hampton and Scotland should have received a survey mailed from the Boards of Education for the school district in each town and Regional District 11. The completed surveys will help make decisions about the future education in the towns for students in grades PreK-12.


The completed survey may be returned anonymously by using the provided return envelope or by bringing it to the Town Clerk in any of the three towns. Though the request to return the survey by October 14 is found at the end of the survey, they will be accepted at any time until all responses are entered into a database. Watch your town website for posting of data entry sessions and the final deadline for return of completed surveys.


The mailing list for the survey entitled Survey for the Chaplin, Hampton, Scotland and Regional District Eleven Boards of Educationwas compiled from the voting lists and grand lists of each town. If any person did not receive a survey but is entitled to vote in one of the towns, please contact your town clerk.

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Tri-Town School Studies - Add/Withdraw Study and Dissolution Study

The mssion of the Chaplin, Hampton and Scotland Enrollment analysis and Facility Utilization Working Group is to develop a long-range plan that ensures sufficient and suitable educational facilities, in strategic locations, to serve the needs of every child in our three communities while maintaining the flexibility necessary to accommodate changes in education policy, economic conditions and enrollments. The Working Group will explore various options to achieve this mission, including but not limited to redistricting, reconfiguration and/or regionalization, to align enrollment and program needs with appropriate physical spaces in an efficient manner. With the information gathered from this study we hope to create a business plan that will eliminate redundancies, address our economic challenges, promote longevity and improve quality in our educational system. We want to thank all of you for giving up your personal time to become involved in this undertaking. We are confident it will be worth it.

Thank you,

The Chaplin, Hampton and Scotland Boards of Selectmen

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