Norwich Teacher Benefits & Resources

Series of images of NPS teachers in classrooms with students

Teacher Loan Forgiveness:

  • Under the Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program, if you teach full time for five complete and consecutive academic years in a low-income school or educational service agency, and meet other qualifications, you may be eligible for forgiveness of up to $17,500 on your Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans and your Subsidized and Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans. 
  • All schools in Norwich qualify for the Teacher Loan Forgiveness program.

Tuition Reimbursement:

  • Tuition reimbursement for Masters Degree or 6th year program classes.
  • With pre-approval from the Superintendent, receive tuition reimbursement for up to two courses per school year ($750 each).

Local Housing Programs:

Career advancement opportunities:

  • Access to alternative certification programs: RELAY GSE and CT TRP
  • Job embedded Professional Development, coaching and support
  • Leadership & collaboration opportunities
  • Coaching teams available to support new teachers

Other Benefits:


Who We Are

Norwich Public Schools is an urban district nestled in the quaint city of Norwich, Connecticut. Norwich, known as the "Rose of New England" was incorporated in 1784. Norwich is a city rich in diversity and history. We serve approximately 3,600 students every year through our 10 locations within the City of Norwich. We operate one Early Learning center, seven Elementary schools, two Magnet Middle schools, a 9-12 Transition Academy and a Regional Adult Education program. 



Who We Serve

We're proud to support our diverse learning communities within Norwich. Approximately 34.5% of our students are Hispanic/Latino, 29.6% are White, 18.5% are African American, 6.4% are Asian and 1% are Native American.



Celebrating Our Teachers, Staff & Administrators

Norwich Public Schools is made up of many talented and wonderful people. We celebrate their unique accomplishments and cheer them on to succeed in both their personal and professional lives. Read more about their achievements below. 


Celebrating our Students

All Norwich Public Schools students are challenged to develop, embrace and attain learning goals to prepare them to be independent thinkers and collaborative team players. Our goal is to enable each child to reach their full potential and celebrate their achievements every step of the way.

Students reading, playing the drums and doing a science experiement
Students doing yoga and streching before a dance class
Monthly staff appreciation awards
Middle school basketball students playing a game
Mahan Elementary school students in a parade
Middle school students kayaking in the ocean
Teacher appreciation, students in classroom, students receiving awards
Elementary students in the lunch line
Band and theatre students performing
Students gardening
Students playing inside and outside
Student presentation
Staff with a guest speaker for Professional Development Day
Students in the library
Staff volunteering in the community
Students walking outside a school building
Band and theatre students performing
Huntington Elementary students in a parade
Staff vs. student basketball game at Teachers Memorial
Students reading with teacher
Cheerleaders at a basketball game
Students and teachers in school
Middle school students in a classroom
Students presenting a project
Scenic downtown Norwich

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