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In partnership with family and community, the Consolidated School District of New Britain works to provide the best personalized and comprehensive whole-child education at every level so students will be prepared for, and positively contribute to, a profoundly different future. The Consolidated School District of New Britain strives to pursue excellence one student at a time.

Consolidated School District of New Britain

Message from Superintendent Sarra regarding $22.9M
in additional funds for COVID recovery efforts for students

We want your feedback! Help us by participating
in the Path to Recovery Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant a lot of changes to our CSDNB schools. We recognize that our students, families, and staff have been presented with many challenges both in and out of school. Your voice matters, and we value your input.

As we look to the future and begin the journey toward recovery, we’d like your feedback on what you think should be the ingredients for a successful path to recovery.

Our goal is to come back BRIGHTER, STRONGER, AND BETTER than ever before. During this initial planning phase, we are looking for family input on possible programming for the Recovery effort.

To take the survey, please follow these steps:

1) Log into PowerSchool.
2) Select Forms on the left side where the navigation menu is.
3) Choose the form titled - Recovery Survey for Families.
4) Select language (if necessary) at the top right of the form.
5) Complete the form and hit submit.

You may exit the page after you receive the confirmation message. We appreciate you taking the time to offer your feedback!

Click here to log in to PowerSchool
Hybrid/Remote Resources
K-8 Cohort Calendar
NBHS Cohort Calendar
Expectations for Remote Learning

Grading Guidelines and Expectation
Technology Help/Guides for Caregivers
1:1 Device Expectations
Student Tech Support Request
How to set up SchoolMessenger Account

February 19 Health & Safety Update
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COVID-19 Resources
Governor's Travel Advisory
COVID Testing Sites

Family/Community Resources
CSDNB Community Directory
English | Spanish

Childcare Providers in New Britain
Afterschool Community Providers

Family Resources

Early Education: English | Spanish
Middle School: English | Spanish
High School: English | Spanish
Home & School: English | Spanish

February 2021 FRC Newsletter
English | Spanish | Arabic

Want to attend an NBHS game? Here's your chance!
Do you feel left out not being able to attend any NBHS sporting events? Do you want to have a sense of “attending” the game? Do you want to support NBHS students? Well, Canes Corner is giving you a chance...kind of!
Click here for more information >>

Change in Whitsons schedule for week of February 22
There is a change in the Whitsons schedule for the remainder of this week due to the overwhelming turnout they’ve received on Monday and Tuesday.
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Registration now open for spring sports
Registration for student-athletes on FamilyID is now open for all spring sports. Tryouts will begin in March and all student-athletes must be registered to participate.
Click here to start the registration process >>

Interested in playing NBHS baseball or softball?
Spring is right around the corner, which means that we're getting ready to hit the fields and play some ball! Interested in playing baseball or softball? Click the link below for more details.
Click here for more information >>

NBHS announces Q2 Honor Roll
New Britain High School has announced their Honor Roll for the second quarter. Congratulations to all who earned this recognition! Click here to view the Honor Roll >>

CSDE and the LEGO Group Partner to Get LEGO Bricks to Thousands of Connecticut Students
The Connecticut State Department of Education and the LEGO Group announced that to date, more than 6,500 students across the state have received boxes of LEGO brick to encourage them to continue to learn through play while at home and in the classroom.
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Sparkler App
The Connecticut Bureau of Special Education is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Office of Early Childhood and Sparkler that will help all Connecticut children get off to a strong start.

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DAB Website
The Daily Activities for Your Brain (DAB) site is CSDNB's online learning resource center. It includes grade-appropriate activities, instructions for navigating on-line learning, connections to CSDNB staff, virtual field trips, and more!

Click to enter the DAB Site.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases
Week of February 22
Below are the confirmed COVID-19 cases that have been reported throughout the district for the week of February 22.

February 23
February 22

Weekly Lesson Plans
Roosevelt Early Learning Center

Stay connected with your child’s teacher!

Want to receive communication from your child’s teacher? Want to manage notifications from the district or your child’s school? Go to and log in. From there, click preferences and you will then be able to select notification type. 

Don’t have an account yet? Visit and click ‘Sign Up’ to begin the process. Use the same email address that your child’s school has on record for you. If you wish to use a different one or don’t know which one your child’s PowerSchool account is linked to, please call the school to find out. Once your account is created, you can then manage notifications.

For a step-by-step tutorial, you can watch this video for further guidance. Spanish and Arabic translations will be coming soon.

New Britain Herald: New Britain schools receive nearly $23 million in federal grants to help with covid-19 recovery for students
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New Britain Herald: 'It helps with creativity and concentration:' New Britain schools going back to basics by focusing on students' writing
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New Britain Herald: Cardona, set to become US Secretary of Education, tells New Britain High English learner students they too can become a success story
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New Britain Herald: New Britain educators create mentoring program pairing students with adult mentors to encourage engagement, expand opportunities
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Community Information
Free Tax Services from HRA
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YMCA Swim & Dance Lessons
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Red Cross Babysitting Course
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NB Public Library Homework Center
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United Way Financial Management
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YMCA Golf Lessons (Meriden)
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YMCA Group Swim Lessons
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Join Girl Scouts of America
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CSDNB Anonymous Tip Form