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Stonington Town Education Department
49 N Stonington Rd, Mystic, CT 06355
The mission of Stonington Public Schools is to improve teaching to increase learning. The Stonington Town EducationMore Department is led by superintendent Leanne Masterjoseph and assistant superintendent Nikki Gullickson. Five schools make up the Stonington public school system: Stonington High School, Mystic Middle School, Pawcatuck Middle School, Deans Mill School and West Vine/West Broad St. School.
Stonington High School
176 S Broad St, Pawcatuck, CT 06379
Stonington High School's first graduating class graduated in 1911. Back then, the high school was located in StoningtonMore Borough. Years later the school was moved to what is currently is Pawcatuck Middle School before finally residing at 176 Broad St. The school underwent renovation between 2003 and 2005. Principal Stephen Murphy presides over the school. Mark Friese is the Assistant Principal.
Stonington Clean and Fresh Laundromat
131 W Broad St, Pawcatuck, CT 06379
Located right across the street from Stonington High School, Stonington Clean and Fresh Laundromat is easy to find.More Inside, the store is clean and has a large number of modern and well-maintained washing and drying machines. It accepts all kinds of fabrics and clothing for dry cleaning, repairs and alterations. 
Town of Stonington Department of Human Services
166 S Broad St, Pawcatuck, CT 06379
The Department of Human Services is located near Stonington High School. The department, led by Human Services ManagerMore Leanne D. Theodore, is responsible for enhancing the well-being of all residents in Stonington. The department is composed of four offices: recreation, senior services, social services and youth and family services.
Stonington Adult Education
176 S Broad St, Pawcatuck, CT 06379
Stonington Adult Education organizes a variety of continuing education classes for adults, all of which take place atMore the Stonington High School. Its mission is to provide cost-effective courses that bridge the gap between business, industry and education. Practical-minded instructors aim to give students tools that will directly improve their chances for success in the labor market. 
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