Lee H. Kellogg School is a small K-8 public school in the heart of Falls Village, Connecticut, where students are leaders of their own learning. We welcome the children of Falls Village as well as tuition students from across the region. For more information please contact Principal Alexandra Juch at (860) 824 7791.

CLASS OF 2020 CANDID

CLASS OF 2020 DONATES OVER $800 TO FALLS VILLAGE FOOD PANTRY

Unable to go forward with the annual Lasagna Dinner due to Covid restrictions, and with their class trip to Quebec cancelled, the class of 2020 and their advisor, Ms. Spelbos, had proceeds from advance ticket sales on hand and had some decisions to make. Read more here.

Please enjoy this farewell slide show, created by Mr. Markow, in honor of our eighth graders. We wish them every success in high school and beyond, and we will miss them dearly!

Farewell to beloved Kellogg School teachers, Amy Lake and Paula Rogers. Best wishes in your retirement. Click here for a musical tribute by Kellogg parent and former board chair, Rachel Gall.

This year's CABE Leadership Award goes to 7th grade classmates and budding leaders, Tessa Dekker and Katelin Lopes. Congratulations, girls! We are proud of you. Keep up the good work.

Tessa Dekker

Katelin Lopes


Kellogg students collaborate

Two Kellogg students collaborate.

A Kellogg student reads to Franco the service dog

This year's ART SHOW is a bit different from previous years!

Click on this Artsonia link and take a peek at some of this year's wonderful artworks done by Kellogg Students.

Enjoy the show!

(With love from Ms. Hanley!)


A Kellogg student focuses on his workKellogg girls on a school outingA Kellogg student visits the Brooklyn Bridge on a Middle School field tripKellogg students proudly display their workFire Safety Day

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Shea Donald Cohn

Lee H. Kellogg School Class of 2017

Kellogg School grieves the heartbreaking, untimely death of Shea Cohn, and celebrates the young man we knew and loved: talented, kind, intelligent, and full of promise. We were fortunate to have known him, taught him, and watched him grow. We are richer for our time with him. Our hearts go out to the Cohn family in this time of sorrow.


Click here to read the full obituary

Did you know?

We offer supervised early drop-off at 8:15 am, and after-school study help for students in grades 4-8. Click here for more information and for forms.