The Ledyard Board of Education shares a building on Blonders Blvd. with the Department of Parks & Recreation. The…More Education Department oversees six public schools, including Ledyard High School, Ledyard Middle School, Ledyard Center School, Gallup Hill School, Juliet W. Long School and Gales Ferry School. The schools' superintendent is Dr. Michael Graner.
The mission of Ledyard Public Schools is "to ensure a culture of excellence that maximizes student achievement, develops skills for life-long learning and prepares students to be productive and responsible citizens in a global society."
Ledyard Fair 722 Colonel Ledyard Hwy, Ledyard, CT06339 The Ledyard Fair is a public event held every year, offering a wide variety of amusements and attractions to visitors in…More the Ledyard area. The Fair features a tractor pull, a horse show, lawn mower races, amusement rides, games, red neck olympics, horseshoe throwing and a number of food and merchandise vendors. There are also a number of competitions such as goat, sheep, cattle, rabbit, guinea pig and poultry showing, as well as livestock showmanship. Free parking is available at Ledyard Middle School and Ledyard High School, with free shuttle buses transporting visitors to the fairground.
Early Childhood Program of Ledyard Town Farm Rd, Ledyard, CT06339 Located in the Gallup Hill School, the Early Childhood Program is a half-day program operated by Ledyard Public Schools…More that provides special education services for preschool children who are at least three years old. The classroom is highly structured and instruction is individualized. Emphasis is on cognitive and language development, social skills, physical development, self-help skills and creative expression through art and play. A "reverse mainstream" classroom combines both children with special needs and an equal number of children who serve as peer models. The program is committed to supporting children with special needs and their families.