Trackside Teen Center of Wilton is dedicated to providing a safe and supervised tobacco, alcohol, and drug-free gathering place for Wilton youth. We do this through engaging teen programming, youth involvement, and opening our facility for use to the entire Wilton community, including local organizations and private parties.
Essential Study Skills:
All new, revised, and updated! In this workshop, middle school and high school students will learn how to study, organize, manage time, prepare for tests, and use executive functioning strategies - essential skills for today's academic rigor.
August 7-9 or August 21-23
Live to Love to Live
Girls in grades 9-12 are invited to attend a free program run by Wilton's Nancy Diehl. Together, students will learn how to face the challenges of high school life by finding support and empowerment with their peers.
Wilton Youth Services, the Wilton Garden Club, and Trackside Teen Center are once again offering the Green Teens program for middle schoolers. The goals of the program are to get more young people involved with creating and maintaining vegetable gardens, to teach youth about the importance of healthy foods, and to give back to the community as the produce they grow will be donated to the Wilton Food Pantry. The Green Teens program is free to join!
Pam Nobumoto (561) 339-9438.