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Make an Informed Decision YOU Visit RSCO’s Drop in at the RSCO Website: Parent Info Center www.choiceeducation.org Attend a Visit a RSCO RSCO Fair Satellite Site Go to an Open House Parent Information Center The Connecticut State On-Time Application Period Daytime, Evening and Department of Education Assistance: Weekend Assistance: Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) November 1, 2017 to Hartford Public Library (HPL) 450 Columbus Boulevard, Suite P28 February 28, 2018 Downtown Branch Hartford, CT 06103-1841 500 Main Street Parent Information Center hours: E-mail: email@example.com Monday–Friday Hartford, CT 06103 Phone: 860-713-6990 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Web: http://www.choiceeducation.org RSCO Events RSCO Lottery On-Time Application Period OPENS November 1, 2017 at 3 p.m. and CLOSES on February 28, 2018. Event Event will Include Date & Time Location Snow Date 2018–19 RSCO Lottery • All RSCO magnet schools Saturday, Dunkin’ Donuts Park Sunday, Opening Day • Hartford neighborhood schools November 4, 2017 1214 Main St. November 5 For: PK–grade 12 • Open Choice Program 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Hartford, CT 06103 12–4 p.m. • CT Technical High Schools • Suffield Agriscience Program CREC Passport to Excellence • CREC magnet schools Thursday, CT State Capitol Tuesday, Magnet School Fair November 30, 2017 201 Capitol Ave. December 5 For: PK–grade 12 5:30–7:30 p.m. Hartford, CT 06106 5:30–7:30 p.m. Hartford Region Open Choice • Information about the Wednesday, Parker Memorial Wednesday, Program Information Session Open Choice program January 24, 2018 Community Center January 31, 2018 For: PK4–grade 10 4:30–7 p.m. 2621 Main St. 4:30–7 p.m. Hartford, CT 06120 RSCO Fair • All RSCO magnet schools Saturday, Conard High School Saturday, For: PK–grade 12 • Open Choice Program January 27, 2018 110 Beechwood Rd. February 24 • CT Technical High Schools 10 a.m.–1 p.m. West Hartford, CT 10 a.m.–1 p.m. 06107 Hartford Public Schools • Hartford magnet schools Saturday, Sport & Medical Sunday, 5th Annual Education EXPO • Hartford neighborhood schools February 10, 2018 Sciences Academy February 11 For: PK–grade 12 10 a.m.–1 p.m. 280 Huyshope Ave. 1–4 p.m. Hartford, CT 06106 Open Choice and Magnet School Open Houses and Information Sessions are also conducted. Visit http://www.choiceeducation.org and ‘Full Calendar of Events’ for dates, times, and locations.
Contents Due to production schedules, some information included in this catalog may change or be updated. Please visit RSCO’s website at www.choiceeducation.org or call 860-713-6990. About RSCO General Information • Created by the Connecticut State Department Frequently Asked RSCO Lottery Questions .................................................. 2 of Education to support the lottery. RSCO Application Guidelines for PK3, PK4 and Kindergarten ................ 3 • Assists families interested in learning about, and applying to RSCO schools/programs. Frequently Asked Application Questions ...................................................... 4 RSCO Lottery Timeline .................................................................................... 4 Frequently Asked Placement Offer Questions .............................................. 6 Frequently Asked Waitlist Questions ............................................................. 6 Lottery Placement Procedures (listed alphabetically) ................................. 7 Frequently Asked Transportation Questions .............................................. 12 Map: RSCO School/Program Options, Academic Year 2018–19................. 14 Satellite Sites and Information Centers ............................................................. 53 About Open Choice The Hartford Region Open Choice Program • An opportunity for your student to attend Overview............................................................................................................ 16 public school outside of your hometown. RSCO Application Guide: Hartford Residents ........................................... 17 • Hartford students may attend a suburban, non-magnet district school. Suburban District Descriptions: Hartford Residents ................................. 18 • Suburban students may attend a Hartford RSCO Application Guide: Non-Hartford Residents .................................... 24 district school. Open Choice Schools: Non-Hartford Residents ......................................... 25 About Magnet Schools Magnet Schools • Magnet schools are additional choice options, Magnet Schools by Town...................................................................................... 27 separate from Open Choice. Elementary Schools .............................................................................................. 28 • Magnet schools are located in Hartford and surrounding towns, and have specialized Middle Schools and High Schools ..................................................................... 41 educational themes. High Schools ......................................................................................................... 46 • Magnet schools are a lottery option for Hartford and suburban applicants. Important Note Technical and Agriscience Education These RSCO educational partners have separate Connecticut Technical High School System ..................................................... 50 applications. See school and program descriptions. Suffield Regional Agriscience Center ................................................................ 52
A Message from Commissioner of Education Dianna R. Wentzell August 2017 Dear Parents and Guardians: The Connecticut State Department of Education’s (CSDE’s) Regional School Choice Office (RSCO), in concert with our partners, provides information, assistance and support to families as they explore the high- quality and personalized learning opportunities, delivered in diverse settings, available to their children in and around Hartford. This catalog contains helpful information about the lottery process, frequently asked questions, school and program descriptions, and key dates to keep in mind if you choose to apply. If you are a parent or guardian interested in RSCO programming, I encourage you to gather as much information as possible about school options that may best suit your child. Before submitting a RSCO lottery application, make an informed decision. We encourage you to read through this catalog, attend a RSCO fair, visit school and program open houses and information sessions, and ask questions. Please feel free to call or visit RSCO, based at the CSDE in Hartford, or visit http://www.choiceeducation.org for more information. Sincerely, Dianna R. Wentzell Commissioner of Education
Hartford Region Open Choice Program, Magnet Schools, Technical and Agriscience Education RSCO Services (860-713-6990): Lottery Information, Lottery Application Assistance RSCO Lottery Options Additional Choice Options (RSCO Lottery Application) (Separate Application) Hartford Region Magnet Schools Technical & Open Choice Program (Grades PK3–12) Agriscience Education (Grades PK4–12) (Grades 9–12) Managed by: Hartford residents CT Technical High Schools, Bloomfield Public (PK4–10) attend a Suffield Regional Schools, CREC, suburban, non-magnet Agriscience Center East Hartford district school. Public Schools, Suburban residents (K–12) Goodwin College, attend a Hartford Hartford Public Schools district school.
2 RSCO 2018–2019 Catalog The RSCO Lottery: Frequently Asked Questions What is the difference between Open Choice and magnet schools? The Hartford Region Open Choice Program: • Students attend a non-magnet, public school outside of their hometown. • Hartford students may attend a suburban, non-magnet public school from program entry through high school graduation. • Suburban students may attend a Hartford district school. Interdistrict Magnet Schools: • Located in Hartford and surrounding towns, have specialized educational themes. • Hartford and suburban residents may apply. On the RSCO lottery application, you may select up to five magnet schools, and/or up to five Open Choice districts/schools. What is the RSCO lottery? Managed by the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE), the RSCO lottery is the computer-based method that places students who have submitted a completed and on-time application. What schools and programs does the RSCO lottery include? The RSCO lottery includes the Hartford Region Open Choice Program and approximately 45 interdistrict magnet schools. Who is eligible to apply to the RSCO lottery? Students who reside in Connecticut at the time of application. A Connecticut address (not a P.O. Box) is required to complete the RSCO lottery application. I applied last year to the RSCO lottery and did not receive a placement. Do I have to apply again this year? Yes. You must submit an application every year you wish to be considered for the RSCO lottery. All 2017–18 waitlists expired on October 1, 2017. Is it possible to receive a placement offer to more than one magnet school, or to receive a magnet school placement offer and an Open Choice placement offer? No. On the RSCO lottery application, you may select up to five magnet schools, and/or up to five Open Choice districts/schools but your stu- dent may only receive one placement offer. If your student is offered a placement in one of the magnet schools selected on your application, he or she will be removed from all remaining magnet school and Open Choice waitlists. If your student receives an Open Choice placement offer, he or she will be removed from all magnet school waitlists. If my student requires or may require special education, English Language Learner (ELL) support services, or accommodations under Section 504, can I apply to the RSCO lottery? Yes. If a student is otherwise eligible for a school or program, he/she will enter the RSCO lottery with the same access to potential placement as any other student, subject to the procedures listed in this catalog. If the RSCO lottery process places a student, the student will be provided with appropriate services as required by law. For schools that do not place students through the RSCO lottery, please contact the schools directly for further information regarding admission policies. In what grades are the largest numbers of seats available? The largest numbers of available seats tends to be in the entry-level grades for each school or program (grades PK, K, 6, and 9). However, seats are available in other grades. If you are interested in a particular grade, please apply.
GENERAL INFORMATION 3 What are the application guidelines for PK3, PK4 RSCO Lottery On-Time Applications and kindergarten? For students applying to grades PK3, PK4 and kindergarten 6,360 Hartford for the 2018–19 school year: 2013–14 11,968 • PK3 (Prekindergarten Age 3): Child was born between Non-Hartford September 1, 2014 and December 31, 2015; 18,328 • PK4 (Prekindergarten Age 4): Child was born between Total September 1, 2013 and December 31, 2014; or 6,377 2014–15 • Kindergarten: 13,683 -- Child born between September 1, 2012 and 20,060 December 31, 2013, OR -- Child born between September 1, 2011 and 5,896 2015–16 August 31, 2012, and has no previous schooling. 12,891 NOTE: PK3 and PK4 offerings have different schedules and different expectations for incoming students (such as toilet 18,787 training). Before applying, please contact and visit schools, ask questions about their PK3 and PK4 schedules and ex- 6,443 2016–17 pectations. 14,080 20,523 Is there tuition for prekindergarten (PK)? Per CT General Statutes, families of newly enrolled prekinder- 6,145 garten students whose family income is above 75% of the state 2017–18 13,280 median income will be required to pay a tuition fee for the 2018–19 school year. The fee for prekindergarten students will 19,425 be determined annually, but will not exceed $4,000 per child. Families whose income is at or below 75% of the state median 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 income will not be required to pay tuition. How and when does RSCO inform families of initial round lottery results? By May 2018, RSCO plans to inform on-time applicants by phone and e-mail that the initial round of the lottery has been conducted. A limited number of remaining placements, based on offers that are declined, are made through the summer. There is no specific lottery date set in advance. Families considering other school options, including those requiring a financial deposit and purchase of school uniforms, should be aware of the RSCO lottery notification timeline. I have a child who already attends a RSCO magnet school or the Open Choice Program. If another of my children applies, is he/she guaranteed a placement? No. Your applicant child may receive a preference, if offered, which improves an applicant’s chances of being placed through the lottery. A sibling preference is reserved for the sibling of a child already attending the school. RSCO defines a sibling as a brother or sister living in the same house and sharing at least one biological parent or legal guardian. Preferences are not a guarantee of placement. Does RSCO give preference to twins/multiples applying to magnet schools through the RSCO lottery? Yes. Similar to sibling preferences, verified twins/multiples will be considered based on seats available in the magnet schools listed on your applications. The twins’ applications must include the same (or identical) magnet schools and grades, and parents should rank order the same magnet schools in the exact same order on each twin’s lottery application. What is the difference between the RSCO lottery and the Hartford District Choice lottery? These are separate lotteries, with separate applications. The RSCO lottery includes magnet schools and the Open Choice Program. Hartford and suburban families may apply to the RSCO lottery. The Hartford District Choice lottery is only for Hartford residents to apply to Hartford Public Schools. (For more information about Hartford Public Schools, call 860-695-8876 or visit http://www.hartfordschools.org.)
4 RSCO 2018–2019 Catalog The RSCO Lottery: Frequently Asked Application Questions RSCO LOTTERY TIMELINE (Dates subject to change) Make an informed decision! Late applications accepted Waitlist 2019–20 lottery Attend RSCO fairs, open houses (online only). response application period and information sessions. deadline opens. (Tentative) April 2–July 31, 2018 June 29, 2018 Nov. 2018 Nov. 1, 2017 Feb. 28, 2018 May 2018 Oct. 1, 2018 On-time application On-time application Lottery runs. All waitlists and late period opens at 3 p.m. period closes. On-time applicants applications notified by phone positions expire. Nov. 4, 2017 and e-mail. RSCO Lottery Application Opening Day Event: 10 a.m.–2 p.m., Dunkin’ Donuts Park, Hartford When can I submit a RSCO lottery application? The RSCO lottery application period opens on Tuesday, November 1, 2017 and closes on Tuesday, February 28, 2018. Applications are accepted online only, no later than February 28, 2018 at midnight. RSCO lottery applications that are complete and submitted on time will be entered into the RSCO lottery. You will receive confirmation by e-mail of successful submission. Applications received after Tuesday, February 28, 2018, will not be included in the RSCO lottery. How can I enter an application into the RSCO lottery? Complete the RSCO application online at http://www.choiceeducation.org. If you need access to a computer, visit RSCO’s Parent Informa- tion Center, a Hartford Public Library branch, a satellite site in Hartford or your local library. Only one RSCO lottery application per child is accepted. Depending on the schools/grades you are applying for, you may submit a late application, online only, at http://www.choiceeducation.org from April 2, 2018 through July 31, 2018. Late applications are considered in the order received. Late applicants may be placed in available seats only after all on-time applicants have been offered placement in a selected school and grade. Preferences described later in this catalog do not apply to late applications. As a late applicant, you will not receive waitlist numbers. RSCO will contact you only if a placement becomes available. RSCO accepts only one ap- plication per child, per lottery season. You may not submit an on-time application and a late application for the same child. Late applications expire on October 1, 2018. Why does the RSCO lottery application ask me to rank Open Choice districts/schools and magnet schools? RSCO offers placements and assigns waitlists to on-time applicants based on your selections. To maximize options, applicants may make multiple selections, but you could receive a placement offer to any program or school listed on your application. How do I submit a RSCO lottery application for more than one of my children? A separate application must be submitted for each child, each year you wish to be considered for the lottery. RSCO’s online application allows for more than one application to be created with the parent/guardian’s username and password. Submit only one lottery application per child.
GENERAL INFORMATION 5 If my child already attends a RSCO magnet school, or Open Choice, do I have to re-apply to the lottery each year? For current Hartford-resident Open Choice students, no. You may attend school in your Open Choice district through high school gradua- tion. For current magnet school students who will not yet reach their school’s last offered grade in 2018–19, the answer is no. Students who are in their magnet school’s final grade or the final grade of their Open Choice/Hartford district school as a suburban resident, and who wish to continue in RSCO programming, must apply to the lottery. Once submitted, can I make changes to my RSCO application? Yes, until February 28, 2018. Go to www.choiceeducation.org and update the information you submitted. Call RSCO’s Parent Information Center at 860-713-6990 for assistance. Application changes, such as an address change, not reported to RSCO may have an adverse impact on your child’s lottery results. Why is it important that RSCO has the parent/guardian’s current contact information? RSCO uses this information to contact you about lottery results. You may also provide the contact information of a relative/friend to increase the likelihood that RSCO will be able to reach you. If RSCO does not have your student’s current information, it may impact your participation in the lottery process. What happens if my student is retained (“stays back”) in his/her current grade? It is important for you to inform RSCO of any change to your student’s application, including the grade(s) for which you are applying. If you are informed that your student will be retained, and you contact RSCO before RSCO conducts the initial round of the lottery, your student will be entered into the lottery using the updated grade. After RSCO runs the lottery, if you are informed that your student will be retained, RSCO will place your student at the end of the waitlist for the appropriate grade. What happens if I move during the application and lottery cycle? It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to update RSCO regarding changes to contact information. If you move and/or change contact information, you must update your RSCO lottery application online (prior to the close of the on-time application period) or contact RSCO at 860-713-6990 immediately. • If an applicant moves during the application cycle but before the running of the lottery, and notifies RSCO, the application will be updated and the new address will be used for the lottery. • If an applicant moves during the application and lottery cycle and does not notify RSCO: -- If you are placed in a magnet school, it will be based on your address at the time of application. If RSCO does not have your cor- rect address, you may not receive your placement notification. -- If you are placed in the Open Choice Program and have moved either from Hartford to a suburban community or a suburban community to Hartford, you will not be allowed to accept the placement as you are no longer eligible for the program. • If an applicant moves after the lottery and has been placed on a waitlist, the following will occur when the applicant notifies RSCO: HARTFORD RESIDENT AT TIME OF APPLICATION SUBURBAN RESIDENT AT TIME OF APPLICATION For magnet schools: For magnet schools: 1. An applicant who has moved out of Hartford will be 1. An applicant who has moved to Hartford will be moved to the bottom of the on-time suburban waitlist moved to the bottom of the on-time Hartford waitlist and receive a new waitlist number. and receive a new waitlist number. 2. If the applicant has moved within Hartford, the waitlist 2. If the applicant has moved to another suburban com- position will remain the same. munity, in most cases the waitlist position will remain the same. For Hartford Region Open Choice Program: 1. An applicant who has moved out of Hartford will no For Hartford Region Open Choice Program: longer be eligible to participate in the program and 1. An applicant who has moved to Hartford will no longer will be removed from the waitlist. be eligible to participate in the program and will be 2. If the applicant has moved within Hartford, the waitlist removed from the waitlist. position will remain the same. 2. If the applicant has moved to another suburban com- munity, the waitlist position will remain the same. How can I apply to technical high schools and/or the Suffield Regional Agriscience Center? Both have separate application and admissions processes, with different deadlines. See applicable section in this catalog for more information.
6 RSCO 2018–2019 Catalog The RSCO Lottery: Frequently Asked Placement Offer Questions If my student is offered a placement, what do I need to do? Accept or decline online at http://www.choiceeducation.org. Once a magnet school or Open Choice placement is offered, your student will be removed from all waitlists. After accepting your placement offer with RSCO, you will be contacted directly by the magnet school or Open Choice to complete the regis- tration process. Registration should be completed within fourteen (14) days after accepting the placement offer. Accept your placement offer with RSCO, then complete registration directly with your new school. Placements will be offered as late as August and September 2018. For offers made in September, students must accept their offer and complete registration prior to October 1, 2018. Transportation will likely be delayed. What happens if I do not accept or decline a placement offer? A student can only receive one offer. If you decline the offer, your child’s application is removed from the system. If my child receives a placement offer and enrolls in a RSCO lottery school, is he/she still eligible for free meals? It depends. Hartford Public Schools participates in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). This allows the district to provide meals free of charge to all enrolled students attending their district. However, most schools/districts are not eligible for this provision and must require families to complete an application to determine eligibility for free or reduced-price school meals. Students transferring to these schools and districts can receive free meals for the first 30 days until applications can be completed by families. Eligibility is based on factors such as house- hold income/size; someone in the household qualifying for SNAP or TFA benefits; or a child being a legal ward of the state and a foster child. Can RSCO magnet school or Open Choice students play on their sending school district sports teams or participate in other sending district after-school activities? The decision is up to the sending school district. However, due to student liability concerns, the answer is often no. The RSCO Lottery: Frequently Asked Waitlist Questions If my student(s) is on a waitlist, should he/she register to attend school in his/her own district? Yes. Waitlist positions do not guarantee a placement in a magnet school and/or the Open Choice Program. Students should plan on attending their local school until a magnet school or Open Choice placement offer is accepted and the student completes enrollment paperwork for the new school. What happens if my student is not selected for placement through the initial round of the RSCO lottery? On-time applicants will be placed on a waitlist for those schools and programs selected on your lottery application. If you wish to retain your student’s original waitlist position, you must respond to RSCO by June 29, 2018. If you applied online, go to http://www.choiceeducation.org and respond ‘Accept’ if you wish to retain your student’s waitlist position for each choice. Select ‘Decline’ if you do not wish to remain on a waitlist. You will receive confirmation by e-mail of successful submission. Why is it important to confirm that I wish to maintain my original waitlist position(s)? Waitlist information guides RSCO’s future planning and program expansion to increase school choice opportunities. If you do not confirm with RSCO that you wish to maintain your original waitlist position(s) by June 29, 2018, your student will be moved to the bottom of the waitlist for placement purposes. When do waitlist positions expire? October 1, 2018. What happens if I do not respond by either accepting or declining a waitlist position? RSCO will move your child’s name to the bottom of the waitlist for the school and grade.
GENERAL INFORMATION 7 Lottery Placement Procedures The RSCO lottery may use one or more of these procedures to place students in the Open Choice program or a magnet school. Reminder: On the RSCO lottery application you may select up to five magnet schools and/or up to five Open Choice districts/schools, but your student may only receive one placement offer. If your student is offered a placement in one of the magnet schools selected in your application, he/she will be removed from all remaining magnet school and Open Choice waitlists. If your student receives an Open Choice placement offer, he/she will be removed from all magnet school waitlists. No procedure listed in this catalog guarantees placement in Open Choice or a magnet school. Note: RSCO defines a sibling as a brother or sister living in the same house and sharing at least one biological parent or legal guardian. Hartford Region Open Choice Program Applicant Sibling: When RSCO offers an applicant an Open Choice seat, RSCO may also offer an Open Choice seat to a sibling or sib- lings who also applied to Open Choice in that district. Enrolled Sibling: When a seat is available, on-time applicants who already have a sibling enrolled in Open Choice are given preference for a placement in the town in which that sibling attends school. Open Choice Only: RSCO lottery applicants who select only Open Choice on the RSCO lottery application receive a preference if seats are available. Participation Rate: Applicants who live in towns other than Hartford with lower rates of participation in school choice options, will receive preference over those students who live in towns with higher rates of participation. Residential Zone: Hartford-resident applicants may select and rank up to five (5) suburban public school districts in their residential zone. These ranked selections will be used for placement purposes. Magnet Schools Enrolled Sibling: Applies when an applicant has applied to the same school that another sibling will continue to attend in the 2018–2019 school year. If a magnet school placement is offered to, and accepted by, a sibling of an enrolled student, it is expected that both stu- dents attend the magnet school for the entire 2018–19 school year. The attending sibling must be verified on the applicant’s RSCO lottery application prior to the RSCO lottery being conducted. Neighborhood: Applies only to Hartford-resident students living within a half-mile (0.5) radius of specified schools. Parent Choice: Magnet schools that have partnership agreements with school districts/towns may decide to admit students who do not live in those partnership towns. Such schools are not required to admit students from non-partnership towns. Participation Rate: Applicants who live in towns other than Hartford, with lower rates of participation in school choice options, will receive preference over those students who live in towns with higher rates of participation. Partner Districts/Towns: Some school districts and towns have a partnership agreement with a magnet school to send specific numbers of students to that school. If schools participate in the state’s Parent Choice process, placement is not limited to students living in partner districts/towns, and any interested student may apply. School Pathways: Applies when a school sets aside a limited number of seats for students coming from another RSCO magnet school. A pathway is not a guarantee of placement. Staff: Applies to children of employees, employed at the selected school (including teachers and other school-based staff). Zones: Applies to Hartford-resident students living in specific Hartford school zones and applying to certain schools, as follows: • Zone 1 and applying to Montessori Magnet at Annie Fisher, STEM at Annie Fisher, Noah Webster MicroSociety, Hartford Pre-K Magnet and Breakthrough II • Zone 2 and applying to Capital Preparatory Magnet School (PK3–grade 5 only) • Zone 3 and applying to Breakthrough Magnet, Environmental Sciences at Mary Hooker, and Montessori at Moylan • Zone 4 and applying to R.J. Kinsella Magnet School of Performing Arts (PK4–grade 8), Betances ERL
8 RSCO 2018–2019 Catalog Lottery Placement Procedures Use the chart below as part of making an informed decision. Procedures and pathways are not a guarantee of placement. Pathway placements are made on a space-available basis, after other preferences (if offered). Chart subject to change based on seat availability. Programs/Schools Placement Procedures Pathways From Pathways To Hartford Region • Applicant Sibling Open Choice Program • Enrolled Sibling • Open Choice Only • Participation Rate • Residential Zone Academy of Aerospace • Partner District & Engineering (AAE-Elem) • Sibling • Staff Academy of Aerospace • Sibling • CREC schools ending & Engineering (AAE) (6–12) • Staff in grade 5* • CREC Montessori Magnet Academy of Science • Sibling • CREC schools ending and Innovation (ASI) • Staff in grade 5* • CREC Montessori Magnet Ana Grace Academy • Sibling of the Arts • Staff Betances Early Reading Lab • Neighborhood • Hartford Pre-K Magnet • Betances STEM • Sibling • Staff • Zone 4 (Hartford) Betances STEM Magnet School • Sibling • Betances ERL • Pathways Academy • Staff • Zone 4 (Hartford) Breakthrough North • Neighborhood • Hartford Pre-K Magnet • Great Path Academy Magnet School • Sibling (only PK3 and PK4) • Pathways Academy • Staff • R.J. Kinsella • Zone 1 (Hartford) • SMSA • University High School Breakthrough South • Neighborhood • Hartford Pre-K Magnet • CT IB Academy Magnet School • Sibling (only PK3 and PK4) • CT River Academy • Staff • Great Path Academy • Zone 3 (Hartford) • Pathways Academy • R.J. Kinsella • SMSA • University High School Capital Preparatory Magnet • Neighborhood • Hartford Pre-K Magnet School—Lower School Program • Staff • Zone 2 (Hartford) Capital Preparatory Magnet • Staff • Montessori at Annie Fisher School—Upper School Program Classical Magnet School • Sibling • Montessori Magnet • Staff at Annie Fisher • Montessori Magnet at Moylan • Noah Webster Connecticut IB Academy • Partner Districts • Breakthrough South • Sibling • Staff *CREC schools ending in grade 5: Discovery, GEHMS, IMS, Museum, Reggio, UHMS **CREC schools beginning in grade 6: AAE, GHAA, ASI, MLC, TRMMS
GENERAL INFORMATION 9 Programs/Schools Placement Procedures Pathways From Pathways To Connecticut River Academy • Goodwin College employees/students • Breakthrough South at Goodwin College • Goodwin magnet school employees • Environmental Sciences • Sibling at Mary Hooker • Two Rivers Magnet Middle CREC Montessori • Neighborhood • CREC Schools beginning Magnet School • Sibling in grade 6** • Staff • HMTCA Discovery Academy • Partner District • CREC schools beginning • Sibling in grade 6** • Staff Environmental Sciences Magnet • Neighborhood • CT River Academy School at Mary Hooker • Sibling • Great Path Academy • Staff • Pathways Academy • Zone 3 (Hartford) • R.J. Kinsella • University High School Glastonbury-East Hartford • Partner Districts • CREC schools beginning Magnet School (GEHMS) • Sibling in grade 6** • Staff Global Experience • Sibling Magnet School • Staff Great Path Academy at • Sibling • Breakthrough South Manchester Community • Staff • Breakthrough II College • Environmental Sciences at Mary Hooker • HMTCA • Noah Webster • Renzulli Gifted & Talented • STEM at Annie Fisher Greater Hartford • Sibling • CREC schools ending Academy of the Arts — Full Day • Staff in grade 5* (GHAA-FD) • Greater Hartford Acad. of the Arts — Half Day • HMTCA Greater Hartford • Partner Districts • Greater Hartford Acad. Academy of the Arts — Half Day • Sibling of the Arts — Full Day (GHAA-HD) • Staff Hartford Magnet Trinity College • HMTCA and Trinity College staff • CREC Montessori • Greater Hartford Acad. Academy (HMTCA) • Sibling Magnet of the Arts — Full Day • Montessori at Moylan • Great Path Academy • HMTCA (6–12) • Pathways Academy • SMSA • University High School Hartford Pre-K Magnet Magnet • Neighborhood • Betances ERL School • Sibling • Breakthrough South • Staff • Breakthrough II • Zone 1 (Hartford) • Capital Prep. Lower • R.J. Kinsella • STEM at Annie Fisher • Noah Webster International Magnet School • Sibling • CREC schools beginning for Global Citizenship (IMS) • Staff in grade 6** *CREC schools ending in grade 5: Discovery, GEHMS, IMS, Museum, Reggio, UHMS **CREC schools beginning in grade 6: AAE, GHAA, ASI, MLC, TRMMS
10 RSCO 2018–2019 Catalog Programs/Schools Placement Procedures Pathways From Pathways To Metropolitan Learning • Partner Districts • CREC schools ending Center (MLC) • Sibling in grade 5* • Staff • CREC Montessori Magnet Montessori Magnet • Neighborhood • Montessori at Moylan • Capital Prep Upper at Annie Fisher • Sibling • Classical • Staff • SMSA • Zone 1 (Hartford) • University High School Montessori Magnet at Moylan • Neighborhood • Classical Magnet • Sibling • HMTCA • Staff • Montessori Magnet • Zone 3 (Hartford) at Annie Fisher • R.J. Kinsella Museum Academy • Sibling • CREC schools beginning • Staff in grade 6** Noah Webster MicroSociety • Neighborhood • Hartford Pre-K Magnet • Classical Magnet • Sibling • Great Path Academy • Staff • Pathways Academy • Zone 1 (Hartford) • R.J. Kinsella • SMSA • University High School Pathways Academy of • Sibling • Betances STEM Technology and Design • Staff • Breakthrough South • Breakthrough II • Environmental Sciences at Mary Hooker • HMTCA • Noah Webster • STEM at Annie Fisher Public Safety Academy (PSA) • Sibling • Staff Reggio Magnet School • Sibling • CREC schools beginning of the Arts • Staff in grade 6** Renzulli Gifted & Talented • Great Path Academy (Open Choice) Riverside Magnet School at • Goodwin College employees/students Goodwin College • Goodwin magnet school employees • Partner Districts • Sibling R.J. Kinsella Magnet School • Neighborhood • Breakthrough South of Performing Arts • Sibling • Breakthrough II • Staff • Environmental Sciences • Zone 4 (Hartford) (PK4–8) at Mary Hooker • Hartford Pre-K Magnet • Montessori at Moylan • Noah Webster • STEM at Annie Fisher STEM Magnet School • Neighborhood • Hartford Pre-K Magnet • Great Path Academy at Annie Fisher • Sibling • Pathways Academy • Staff • R.J. Kinsella • Zone 1 (Hartford) • University High School *CREC schools ending in grade 5: Discovery, GEHMS, IMS, Museum, Reggio, UHMS **CREC schools beginning in grade 6: AAE, GHAA, ASI, MLC, TRMMS
GENERAL INFORMATION 11 Programs/Schools Placement Procedures Pathways From Pathways To Sport and Medical • Sibling • Breakthrough South Sciences Academy (SMSA) • Staff • Breakthrough II • HMTCA • Montessori Magnet at Annie Fisher • Noah Webster Two Rivers Magnet • Partner Districts • CREC schools ending • CT River Academy Middle School (TRMMS) • Sibling in grade 5* • Academy of Science • Staff • CREC Montessori and Innovation Magnet • Greater Hartford Acad. of the Arts High School • Metropolitan Learning Center • Public Safety Academy University of Hartford • Neighborhood • CREC schools beginning Magnet School (UHMS) • Partner Districts in grade 6** • Sibling • Staff University High School of • Sibling • Breakthrough South Science and Engineering • Staff • Breakthrough II • Environmental Sciences at Mary Hooker • HMTCA • Montessori at Annie Fisher • Noah Webster • STEM at Annie Fisher Wintonbury Early Childhood • Children from Bloomfield requiring Magnet School specialized instruction (PK slots only) • Partner Districts • Sibling • Staff *CREC schools ending in grade 5: Discovery, GEHMS, IMS, Museum, Reggio, UHMS **CREC schools beginning in grade 6: AAE, GHAA, ASI, MLC, TRMMS
12 RSCO 2018–2019 Catalog Frequently Asked Transportation Questions The Connecticut State Department of Education’s Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) partners with the Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) to operate a regional transportation system that serves the Greater Hartford school choice programs listed in this catalog. The regional transportation system offers various transportation options, including traditional school bus transport, vans, public bus passes, and parent stipends, where appropriate. Every year, RSCO/CREC Transportation may alter bus schedules and/or bus stops. When making such transportation changes, notice will be provided to parents and school personnel. What is the RSCO Transportation Zone? If my student is eligible for transportation through The RSCO Transportation Zone was adopted by RSCO. The zone RSCO, how will I know what the transportation identifies established borders for student transportation for Greater arrangement will be? Hartford school choice programming. If your student is accepted, enrolls in one of RSCO’s programs, and is eligible for transportation, you will receive notification from the o I have to pay for transportation services? D CREC Transportation Office before the start of school. Such notifi- cation will include information about bus times and stop locations. There is no charge to families. To reduce the length of student bus ride times, stops may be at central locations. If you have questions concerning bus times, stop hich students are eligible to receive transportation W locations, changes of address or any other transportation issues, services? please contact the CREC Transportation Office at 860-524-4077. Interdistrict transportation is available during regular school hours Please do not direct transportation questions to your student’s for K–12 students in Greater Hartford who: school. • r eside in towns included in the RSCO Transportation Zone; and Are transportation services provided for extracurricular • attend out-of-district programs offered through RSCO (Open activities or events after school hours? Choice, interdistrict magnet schools, Connecticut Technical When a late bus is not provided, parents and guardians are respon- High Schools, and the Suffield Regional Agriscience Center). sible for transporting students to and from extracurricular activities or students in grades PK3 and PK4, transportation is available to F and after-school events. Hartford resident students attending an out-of-district program only. For non-Hartford resident PK3 and PK4 students, the par- If I have more detailed questions about my child’s ent/guardian shall arrange transportation. Non-Hartford resident transportation, whom should I contact? PK3 and PK4 students whose parents/guardians transport them RSCO contracts with CREC to operate the regional transportation to school are eligible for a stipend for providing such transporta- system. Please direct questions concerning transportation services tion. The stipend is paid at the end of the school year based on the to the CREC Transportation Office. The CREC Transportation Of- child’s school attendance. fice operates a customer service center from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., which provides information and answers questions about your child’s hat options are available for students who do not live W transportation. You can reach a customer service representative within RSCO’s Transportation Zone? by calling 860-524-4077 or you can send an e-mail to transporta- If a student lives outside RSCO’s transportation zone, two options firstname.lastname@example.org. CREC transportation staff will be present at RSCO are available. Families may either: fairs to answer parents’ and guardians’ questions about transporta- tion services. RSCO has also established transportation guidelines • t ransport the student themselves to and from school, and that outline services provided. These are available on the RSCO then request a stipend from the CREC Transportation Office website, http://www.choiceeducation.org/transportation or at (http://www.crec.org/transportation). The stipend will be http://www.crec.org/transportation. paid at the end of the school year based on the child’s school attendance; or What if my child receives a RSCO lottery placement • transport the student to the closest available bus stop located offer between July 1, 2018 and October 1, 2018? within RSCO’s Transportation Zone (there is no stipend offered for this option). After August 1, 2018, transportation service will likely be delayed. You will receive information that outlines dates when you can rea- sonably expect transportation to begin for your child. In this case, my child attends a magnet school located in the If and until transportation to school is provided, transportation is the district where he or she resides, who provides family’s responsibility and there is no stipend available. transportation? Except for grades PK3 and PK4, the district in which your child lives will provide in-district transportation. You should contact your local board of education for specific information on the school district’s transportation policies.
GENERAL INFORMATION 13 The RSCO Transportation Zone Andover Cromwell Granby New Hartford Suffield Avon East Hartford Hartford Newington Tolland Berlin Ellington Hartland Plainville Vernon Bloomfield Enfield Harwinton Portland West Hartford Bolton East Granby Hebron Rocky Hill Wethersfield Bristol East Hampton Manchester Simsbury Windsor Burlington East Windsor Marlborough Somers Windsor Locks Canton Farmington Middletown South Windsor Coventry Glastonbury New Britain Southington
14 RSCO School/Program Options Academic Year 2018–19 SUFFIELD REGIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY AGRISCIENCE CENTER ACADEMY WINTONBURY EARLY AT SUFFIELD HIGH ENFIELD CHILDHOOD MAGNET SUFFIELD THE GLOBAL EXPERIENCE BLOOMFIELD ACADEMY OF AEROSPACE MAGNET SCHOOL AND ENGINEERING (6-12) BLOOMFIELD WINDSOR MUSEUM ACADEMY METROPOLITAN LEARNING BLOOMFIELD RSCO 2018–2019 Catalog CENTER FOR GLOBAL AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES BLOOMFIELD GSIDE ST EAST MORNIN MORNING SIDE ST WEST INTERNATIONAL ST MAGNET SCHOOL FOR EAST EUCLID EUCLID ST WEST GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP M ST BREAKTHROUGH II EAST BURNHA CORNELL ST MAGNET SCHOOL SOUTH WINDSOR NORTH CANAAN Hartford Region Open Choice HAROLD ST ST NA Zone 1 Districts H BERKE LEY LEBAN O N SIMPSO N ST UM Avon ST DR ST DR Canton VIO ST G ST LE COR NWALL DU RH AM TS CO VE East Granby PERSHIN SU T ST NS BALTIC T ET ST Granby ST POMFRET ST HARTLAND ST NTRY DS RD Simsbury AN SALISBU RY DR CA I L TO W N ES AV ST ER AV ON FAIR AI CANAAN ST FIRE ISLAND LA Suffield MID GS AI N T M V MAY West Hartford ST K ST MANCHE STER JOURNALISM AND PALM ST WO ODSTOC ST ASHFORD ST E LS A MEDIA ACADEMY LYME ST ST ROSEMO BRANFO RD ST NT ST ST E HIL BRI DG AND ER ST SE S T B LU WESTMI NST C AM O N ST UNIVERSITY HIGH O WICH C LE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE ANDOVER ST VE L A RUTL UR ST JAC K ND AND ENGINEERING SO N AV MEL R ADDIS G RA NB Y ST GRE EN RAWSON SCHOOL MO B ST NT BLVD UNIVERSITY HO LC OM VIL BARBO ST OF HARTFORD LE ST ST FI OK TA Y LOR D ST SH Hartford Region Open Choice MAGNET SCHOOL COLEBRO R N CH FR I 91 AR LO T TO Y Zone 2 Districts ST WAVERLY TE NAPPE R MBRO KE E WEST HARTFORD PE ST MP T LO VE LA ST Bolton LA OR HA RD KE N NS S T I NG East Windsor OD HARTFORD TO N ST HARPER ST RIS ST N S TO VI NE ST N ST PREKINDERGARTEN LE Y Ellington AI VI CE THO MA STO THE RD S ST MAGNET SCHOOL ST M WE STEM AT ANNIE FISHER PL AIN FIELD N AU EAR LE Enfield TFO G AT ST ST UC T SER K ST CHATHAM WIN C WES T Somers EAS H ES ST LA N D ST MONTESSORI MAGNET SCHOOL TE R DS T WE S T AT ANNIE FISHER HEBRON ST ST South Windsor Y ROC Tolland p K VIL IN S T LE S BO m LA SHARO N ST T CE B LO VIN ON LL JUD Windsor Locks Ra BAR N ST EL A SO N RID GEFIEL MAR ND OM ST WA LO W 33 NH Y MA WAY TE R xit WI A EDG NELT FIE EW th E RK ACTO OO S CAN TER BUR LLO ou J LD N DS DI T Zone 2 I 91 EN TW W RD KEN E W N E LS O NIN G AV Y TE ES NS R T R O EST S SR A IN T E ER LD ST D RD AD Zone 1 D ST CO RVIC p SANFOR E DR ST C L AY CH NN ST am K ST M AN S EC Y ST R NOR FOLK FIEL ST TO FIS R E N FIE DS LO OMIS 33 T C AP it C LA C R AN ST EN S E LM CLAR T E CT Ex ER S WEST RAY T rth RD MO ND ST D EN HARR IET WARREN ST No T 1 EAST RAY M TU BM AN N EW GRE O ND CT ER I9 ST RD GA R EN F I IB V E LD ST T MO RE ST LE LT I LD A SAVITT W ST BA F.D . AY O X ST T AT E RFIE T S AV WESTER LY AL NT ST BA SS RD NY MA H D EE BELLEVU E S L D KE OR S LENO T ER AV AM AV S OR GUIL ST RD PS F F AD R ORD PLIN ST K OV Y TE MA MIL WIND R OUG H ST EL ST R TER RY RD Y RD H AR ND PAR DY K ST RIS MAT R ON O HE 1 G LA ST PL RS N T K PA ST I9 BETH ST ON LI WOO STER ST MO WIN T E OA W BEDFO REGGIO MAGNET ER S C ARBO . D ER ST T O ST SI LIA E ST HO N G ST SCHOOL OF THE ARTS OD I W R.A BO ER ST LA ME CANTON ST NO N ST IV ST R V IRV CA SH EPARD PL MAIN ST D R EA SEYM ST CI AVON DA S ST RE V TO N DR M AG TE R S T ST G M IN WO BU R OD AR T C EN R E EN LA DW O N ALD KE PAR ND K GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS T IR OO D EAS SAR ACADEMY BELD G ST G EA EC NT EN S T ST LIB S ID ST EXT ER D ST CLASSICAL TY O T O ST S ST MAGNET CAPITAL W A SH S LEY WA UT SCHOOL L M AY ST NU PREPARATORY AV ST RD TN E L IZ T ST OOD AB E T FRA MAGNET SCHOOL ES CT ST WA H ST S p N ST ST PE QUO T AT W CH ED ER COLL Y ST N SPE INS ST R am AS H PL LE Y LU TO W N ST NG TO RD ST PL LEY ST NT A CO MA HIG V PR O WHITN EY SA 32b E R ST HU NT EA LE KENYON ST PL x it H BE RT ST HUNTI GIRARD AV WILLA 450 Columbus Blvd ST MY FO LL E U ST D ST I 91 So u t h SUMN OT FERN ST ST ST MB GU U NO RT PLAZA AR NOAH WEBSTER D I 91 Nor t Y PL TR NILE DLA N S ST PL CH UR GREAT PATH ACADEMY hE MICROSOCIETY LE ET T CH S DR MORGAN ST ORD T I 84 ANA GRACE ACADEMY MAGNET SCHOOL LOR East Exit 52 Ra mp S PRING W OO xit 3 Ram p I 84 MANCHESTER G ILL OF THE ARTS ALLYN ST PL HOAD SHALL ST OG S WELLST HIGH T ST RA IN 31Exit TA LC IGOURNEY HARTF CONE HERMAN ST T ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2a R SCHOOL, OT E O JEWELL C
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