A Small School with Big Heart.

Botelle Elementary is a public elementary school located in Norfolk, a small town in the Northwest Hills in Connecticut.

About Botelle

Mission Statement

The mission of Norfolk Public School is to educate all students to be competent, confident, thoughtful, responsible, and contributing members of society.  The Norfolk Public School is committed to having each student attain his or her maximum potential by participating in a challenging educational program.  In order to accomplish excellence, the Norfolk Public School will promote continuous improvement in all areas of the educational system and will engage the support of the community. 

BOE Adopted November 13, 2013

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Student Handbook

 Upcoming Events


March 29         1st/2nd Grade to Science Center in Hartford

March 30         Norfolk Lion’s Club Breakfast – Botelle Café – 8:00AM – 10:30AM

April 5              The Wizard of Oz Production – Gym – 10:00AM & 7:00PM

April 8               Jump Rope for Heart during PE Classes

April 9               Board of Education Meeting – 6:00PM - #211

April 15 – 19     Spring Break

April 22             Roaring Brook Nature Center here – Kindergarten, 3rd & 4th Grade

April 23            19 - 20 Pre-Kindergarten Screening – 1:30PM

April 24             Roaring Brook Nature Center here – 1st/2nd Grades

May 1 – May 3    Scholastic Book Fair – Hall of Flags – BOGO

May 3                Talent Show – Gym & Hall of Flags

May 6 – May 10   6th Grade Class Trip to Rhode Island


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In accordance with Title III of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) of 2010, Botelle Elementary School is taking steps to ensure that its website,www.botelleschool.org is accessible and compliant with the standards as set forth by the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0 AA). NWR7 is continually working to ensure equal digital access to all members of the community. If you have any questions or concerns with the content or accessibility of the site, www.botelleschool.org, please contact us at laskom@botelleschool.org. Thank you.

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