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Valley View School
81 High St, Portland, CT 06480

The educational philosophy of the Portland Public Schools is based on the concept of a democratic society thatMore recognizes, respects and promotes the dignity and worth of the individual and seeks to provide an equal opportunity for each student to realize his or her fullest potential for academic and personal achievement.

Recognizing that each student is unique with individual abilities, interests, background, and heritage, the Portland Schools believe:

That each student must be given appropriate opportunity to develop the concept of self-worth, to master the basic skills in communication, numbers, the social and other sciences, and vocational endeavor, to develop skills leading toward economic independence, to understand the American heritage and ideals, to appreciate those of other cultural backgrounds, races or nationalities, to develop positive attitudes toward responsible citizenship, to explore the cultural arts, to recognize the importance of physical and mental health, to participate constructively in a changing society, to understand the relationship of man to his environment, to develop moral and ethical values based on the rights and responsibilities of the individual, and to develop a range of interests in physical, intellectual, and creative areas of endeavor.

Portland Schools provide an environment that encourages the uniqueness of each individual. All students are challenged to reach their potential and to become self-motivated, life-long learners. All schools collaborate with the community to foster the development of citizens who will be productive in a diverse global society.

East Hampton Memorial School
20 Smith St, East Hampton, CT 06424
The mission of the East Hampton Public Schools is "to develop knowledgeable, responsible, productive citizens whoMore effectively demonstrate problem-solving and communication skills, make informed decisions and respond appropriately and confidently to life's challenges."
East Hampton Housing Authority
Gov. O'Neill Drive, East Hampton, CT 06424
The Housing Authority of the town of East Hampton provides property management for affordable apartments for seniors andMore the disabled. The Authority currently administers a total of 70 assisted dwelling units (apartments) within East Hampton. These include the following housing developments: Chatham Acres, with 40 units (which opened with 4 handicap apartments in 1984) and Bellwood Court, with 30 units (which were built in 1976 and currently cannot accommodate wheelchair access). The rate of turnover is approximately 10 apartments per year.
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