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We promote the well-being of Wilton's students
by empowering youth, parents and community.

Growing up has always had its joys and heartaches, but today’s teens confront a new landscape of social media, vaping, and rising rates of anxiety and depression. Wilton Youth Council equips students and parents with skills and information to make healthy decisions. Our professionally-led youth programs provide opportunities for leadership development and drug-free fun. We educate and support parents with inspiring speakers and events. Through our collaborations with partner organizations, we create a greater sense of community and strengthen connections among families.

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Our educational events provide valuable information about proven, effective strategies

for nurturing connection and resilience.

Teens & Library

Through welcoming, inclusive programs that promote healthy choices, we seek to prevent risky behavior among youth.


We partner with other local organizations in community efforts to support youth and families.


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Youth Sports in America: Where We Are, How We Got Here, and Why It Matters with Linda Flanagan

Presentation, Q&A and Book signing with Linda Flanagan

March 22, 7 PM

WHS Little Theater

The first 50 people to register for this event will receive a free book. 

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Book Discussion of "Let Them Thrive"

March 27, 10 AM

Comstock Community Center

"Let Them Thrive" by Katie Novak provides practical strategies for helping your child become a self-navigating, expert learner, a key aspect of the Wilton Public Schools Portrait of a Graduate.


Join Dr. Kevin Smith, WPS Superintendent of Schools; Dr. Jeremy Cross, Assistant Principal at Cider Mill and Dr. Amy Korn, WHS Assistant Principal for this important book discussion.

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Breaking Down Gender & Sexuality

Tuesday, April 25 @ 7:00 PM

Wilton Library

From breaking down gender and sexual diversity to rethinking historical and traditional assumptions around identity, this conversation is a must for all who wish to be allies to the LGBTQ+ community. Led by Triangle Community Center's Cadence Pentheny, this event will engage participants in a thorough overview of what it means to be LGBTQ+ and an ally!

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