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Education Works
200 Boston Post Rd, Orange, CT 06477
Education Works opened its Orange store in 2007, stocking games and other products geared towards teaching. Its productMore range also includes a healthy selection of more traditional "fun" toys like Lego and plastic dinosaurs. The store offers over 2000 books as teaching resource materials, and the beginning of the school year in August marks the busiest period for Education Works. Teachers and parents shop here for classroom or bedroom decor, and for fun and educational games. The store also offers lamination services.
Orange Department of Special Education
637 Orange Center Rd, Orange, CT 06477

The Department of Special Education falls under the Board of Education.

New Director of Special Services KaiMore Graves, who was hired in 2010, is a respected, caring leader who listens to parents of special-needs children and works with the three elementary schools and kindergartens to provide the children with the services they need.

Holly Hill Childcare
308 Peck Ln, Orange, CT 06477
Holly Hill Childcare caters to children ages six weeks to school age. Equipped with a 10,000-square-foot facility,More eleven classrooms, an indoor physical education and music room and a library, Holly Hill offers a variety of early-education programs, including foreign languages, music and karate lessons, etiquette and play activities.
New England Ballet School
200 Boston Post Rd, Orange, CT 06477
New England Ballet School & Company is committed to the belief that the performing arts is a vital element in theMore education of our children.  Working under the initiative:  DANCE:  Developing Appreciation and Nurturance in Cultural Arts Education, we exist to promote arts education and to serve the community by giving performing opportunities to dancers of all ages and levels, children through adult.  The purpose of the company is an educational one for the dancers and the community. The community dancers benefit from the experience of working with professional faculty, choreographers and guest artists, as well as professional directors, dancers, lighting, costume and set designers. The community benefits from having its own ballet company whose local school and public performances enhance arts awareness, promotes arts education in the schools and showcases local talent.
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