Our Mission is to prepare all students to reach their full potential as life-long learners and socially responsible contributors to our global community.

Westport Together


WHAT IS WESTPORT TOGETHER?

Westport Together is an alliance that unites Westport by strengthening the health and well-being of youth within our families, schools and community and nurtures positive youth development through advocacy, education, and enhanced community connections.

·Advocacy for Resilient Youth, Healthy Families, and Strong Communities

·Education through Programs, Presentations and Resources

·Enhanced Connections among Families, Schools and the Greater Westport Community

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Town of Westport - Department of Human Services

Community Service Corps

Once a week, after-school community service program for middle school students

(grades 6 – 8)

Jamie Boone

203-341-1050

jboone@westportct.gov

Westport Mentor Program

Community adults and high school students serve as friend, guide and role model for children grades K-12 weekly at school.

Annette D'Augelli

203-341-1183

adaugelli@westportct.gov

Westport Together

Westport Together is an alliance that unites Westport by strengthening the health and well-being of youth within our families, schools and community and nurtures positive youth development through advocacy, education, and enhanced community connections.

Kevin Goodburn and Annette D'Augelli

203-341-1050

westporttogether@westportct.gov

Student Outreach Counselor

Provides on-site support and short-term crisis intervention to Westport students.


203-341-1285

The Teen Awareness Group (TAG)

www.shstag.com


TAG is a high school student club advised by the Student Outreach Counselor developed to raise awareness and promote healthy decision making among their peers. TAG accepts applications for new members each spring.


Elaine Daignault

203-341-1165

edaignault@westportct.gov


Toquet Hall Teen Center

A supervised drug and alcohol-free center for teens, offering a variety of programs and recreational activities for Westport students grades 9 – 12, with specified events for 6-8th graders.


Kevin Godburn

203-341-1155

kgodburn@westportct.gov


Westport Youth Commission


A partnership of high school youth and adults, appointed by the First Selectman, responsible for promoting public knowledge and understanding of youth issues while promoting timely community responses including topics such as police-youth relations, internet safety & etiquette and other social issues.



Kevin Godburn

203-341-1155

kgodburn@westportct.gov



You can sign up to receive Westport Together news and program information by emailing your name and email address to westporttogether@westportct.gov or by visiting Westporttogether.org!

For more information about any of these programs, please contact: Kevin Godburn or Annette D’Augelli at 203-341-1050 or westporttogether@westportct.gov