At the Putnam Indian Field School, we create conditions in which discoveries take place. Most important among our conditions is the teamwork of an extraordinary staff. Well-educated, experienced and caring, our teachers foster the secure and happy climate for which we are known-a climate that helps children make the transition from home to school with confidence. Complementing the work of our staff is our bright, superbly equipped schoolhouse in lovely surroundings.
"It's hard to believe a dozen years have passed since our youngest child graduated from PIFS. So many of our close friends - and happy memories - come from our time at the school. We also believe that our children's success in elementary, middle and secondary school stemmed from their education at Putnam. They truly became "lifelong learners" at PIFS, and we are forever grateful to your incredibly talented and dedicated staff for giving them such a great start."
PIFS Summer Camp ages 2 1/2 ~ 5 years old. Putnam Indian Field School's summer camp for nursery age children is located at our wonderful school campus in Greenwich, CT serving both Fairfield and Westchester County. Putnam Indian Field School is a special place with exceptional teachers, full of friendships, warmth and exciting learning experiences. We accept 2 1/2 year - 5 year old children. Our summer activities include Art, Music, Nature, Water Play and Imaginative Play. Our summer camp is a positive first step into building self-confidence and independence.
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Applications are still being accepted for limited afternoon openings and also for the 2015/2016 academic year. Call 203.661.4629 to schedule a tour.
The Putnam Indian Field School community welcomes Susan W. Donaghy as Head of School. Sue comes to PIFS from the position of Assistant Head at The Independence School, an Early Childhood through grade 8 school in Newark, Delaware. She was a member of the faculty there from 1999, and her positions also included classroom teacher for the four-year-old program and Director Extended Day and Summer Camps. She has a B.A. with majors in American Studies and Psychology and minor in Education from Dickinson College and a J.D. from Temple School of Law. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Educational Leadership at the University of Pennsylvania.
Sue grew up in neighboring Westchester County, N.Y. and began her teaching career at Rippowam Cisqua and The Horizons Summer Program at New Canaan Country Day. She is excited to join PIFS and to return to the area she calls home.