Class Trips to the Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse
Students in the 2nd and 3rd grade enjoy their time at the Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse, learning how school was different from what they know now.
Open House Events at the Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse
The Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse opens their doors to the community annually to demonstrate what it was like to go to school in the 1800’s in Wilton, CT.
Training New School Marms and School Masters
As part of the Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse class trip, parents become school marms and school masters after a 2 hour training program.
Girl Scout Gold Award Recipient brings something new to the schoolhouse
Olivia Hollyer knew she wanted her Girl Scout Gold Award project to focus on Wilton’s Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse and she did by taking the schoolhouse into the 21st century with its own website. The full story can be found at the ‘In the News” link above.
2018 Gingerbread Competition at Wilton Public Library
The contestants were asked to create a gingerbread house using a Wilton landmark. Many contestants used created gingerbread houses that represented the Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse.
Wilton High School students and the Schoolhouse
Every year, Wilton High School seniors working with the Wilton Garden Club help with spring cleanup of the gardens surrounding the Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse. Our seniors are very helpful getting the training material ready for us to train our incoming school marms.
Volunteering at the schoolhouse
The upkeep of the schoolhouse is left to a few dedicated individuals as well as volunteers. We have been blessed with the youth and families of the Wilton community who come to the schoolhouse and help us by taking care of the lawn and helping with Spring and Fall cleanup. Thanks go to Tony Calderone (not shown), Matt DeFeo (not shown), and Chris McCann (not shown) for each taking care of the lawn for one season during each of the past three years. We would also like to thank the Silva family – Chris, Chrissy, Max, Quinn and Josie for leaf cleanup this year!
Our Schoolmarm in Action
Every year we train a new set of schoolmarms at our schoolhouse so that these schoolmarms can take over the role for the classes that will visit the schoolhouse on their class trip. View the video so see what a day in the life of a schoolmarm is like.