Youth Services

Orange Youth Services promotes positive development in children and youth in grades K-12. Youth Services coordinates, plans, develops, and implements opportunities to enhance child development. 

Tutors Wanted!

Home Alone

Youth Services, in conjunction with the Orange Fire Marshal and Orange Police Department, will hold a Home Alone Class for twenty-five 6th grade students. Course materials will cover a wide range of categories such as fire and personal safety, visitors, and student responsibilities. There is no cost for the program. Home Alone will be held at the Race Brook library on 5/23/19 from 3:00-4:15pm, Turkey Hill library on 6/3/19 from 3:00-4:15pm, and Peck Place library on 6/10/19 from 3:15-4:15pm. Parents need to register their child with Jessica Simone, Youth Services Coordinator, at (203) 891-4785 or jsimone@orange-ct.gov . Include the name of the child, home address, telephone (home and parent cell), emergency contact, and school. Parents need to arrange pickup for their child from the school after the course.

A Word from the Youth Services Coordinator

Pre-screened students, ages 13-15, can perform a large variety of jobs such as yard work,  cleaning attics/basements, household chores, raking, snow shoveling, small painting, party helper, tutoring, clerical assistance, mother’s helper, and more. For more information, call between 9:00a-3:00p Monday through Friday.

 

Jessica Simone,
Youth Services Coordinator,
(203) 891-4785    





  1. Jessica Simone

    Youth Services Coordinator
    Phone: 203-891-4785

  2. Community Services

    Physical Address
    High Plains Community Center
    525 Orange Center Road
    Orange, CT 06477

    Phone: 203-891-4786


Office Hours

Monday through Friday 8:30 – 4:30