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The Bureau of Special Education is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Office of Early Childhood and Sparkler that will help all Connecticut children get off to a strong start.  

Sparkler is a free app for families that can be used as a developmental screening tool, a source for activities to support child development, and assists parents with making connections with professionals.  Sparkler engages families to promote healthy early childhood development. Sparkler offers:

  1. Tracking tools to monitor children’s social-emotional, cognitive, communication, and physical development, including the Ages and Stages Questionnaires®.
  2. Content that helps parents/caregivers support their children’s learning and development. Sparkler has a library of 1500+ play-based learning activities developed by early childhood educators, and is adding more all the time. 
  3. Messaging tools to give parents/caregivers advice and support.

Watch this brief video for an introduction to Sparkler Welcome to Sparkler!

Get started with Sparkler!

Download: If you have an Android smartphone or tablet, download Sparkler from the Google Play Store. If you use an iPhone or iPad, download Sparkler from the Apple App Store.

Register: Open the app and tap “Create a New Account.” Enter 1-6-0-0 as your provider key. Pick Family/Familia in the “Group” drop-down menu. Answer the questions to create an account for yourself and a profile for your child. You must enter your child’s birthday correctly because Sparkler assigns screenings and other content based on your child’s age. You’ll be asked for a “provider key” to link you with your school/provider. Please skip this step for now!  

Questions? Please email Sparkler at

How's Your Child Doing?

Additional Resources we hope you find helpful.


Browse through a variety of resources including such things as Parent's Guide To Special Education In CT, IEP Manual and Forms and Procedural Safeguards.


SEPTA is a PTA within a school district. SEPTA brings together people who are interested in special education and children with special needs.

Student/Parent Handbook

A great source of information for both students and parents.  We hope this will help answer many of your questions about how things work here at the Avon Early Learning Center. 



2020-2021 RBS PTO Board

For more information or questions about the RBS PTO, please drop us an email.

Dana Wiener & Kelly Nattrass

District Curriculum

Curriculum Mission 

Our mission is to inspire in each student a joy and passion for learning and a commitment to excellence, personal integrity, and social responsibility.