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Youth Services


Weston Youth Services is pleased to offer a variety of programs for children of all ages and their families.

This winter, we’re back and better than ever with wonderful WOW! offerings for children in kindergarten through fifth-grade. From our old favorites like karate, magic, art, and cooking, to new engineering, film, science and baking programs, there’s sure to be something for everyone! Program dates, descriptions, and details are available on our website at www.westonyouthservices.org. Registration opens Tuesday November 15th at 10:01 pm.

Our Sitter Safety program teaches middle-school students about infant and toddler care, child development, and how to handle emergency situations to help them become responsible babysitters.  Participants will also gain American Heart Association First Aid Certification with Hands only CPR.  Registration is currently underway for our 2017 classes and additional program information is available on our website.

If your high school student is driving you crazy about driving, he/she can participate in The Next Street Driver’s Education program held at Weston High School. This year we are offering five sessions, including afternoon and evening programs.  For further information and to register online, please visit their website at www.thenextstreet.com.  Next session begins on Tuesday, November 15th!  

For more information about the programs Weston Youth Services provides, please visit our website at www.westonyouthservices.org.  If you have questions about WOW!, Sitter Safety, or The Next Street Driver’s Education programs please contact Charlene Monn, Program Coordinator, at 203-222-2586 or cmonn@westonct.gov.