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Osborn Hill School
760 Stillson Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

Osborn Hill School, 760 Stillson Road, is one of the town's 11 public elementary schools.

Built in 1957,More Osborn Hill School has 22 permanent classrooms and a bricks-and-mortar capacity of 420 students.

The town in late 2009 installed a pre-fabricated addition of five classrooms onto Osborn Hill School to accommodate its growing enrollment, which was identified as 547 students as of March 2010.

The most recent projections (November 2009) estimate Osborn Hill School's enrollment will peak at 568 students in the 2011-12 school year and then fall to 547 students in 2014-15.

Osborn Hill is the elementary school with the highest number of students in the 2009-10 school year. Students who graduate from Osborn Hill School attend Roger Ludlowe Middle School.

The principal at Osborn Hill School is Alan Lipman.

Fairfield American Little League
1290 Post Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824
Like the Big Leagues, Fairfield's Little League is divided into the National and American leagues. Selection in eachMore league is determined by elementary school, with the American League serving Mill Hill, Riverfield, Dwight, Sherman and Osborn Hill elementary schools. Eligibility begins as early as kindergarten. Practice begins in April, and games are played at either Riverfield School or Gould Manor baseball fields on the weekends beginning in late April or early May. See the Web site for registration.
Junior Women's Club of Fairfield
760 Stillson Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

The Junior Women's Club of Fairfield, a non-profit organization, was formed in 1965 to promote educational,More philanthropic community service work and to provide members with the opportunity for personal enrichment, leadership experience and social interaction.

The club's community service projects have included a women's business bazaar; the annual "A Visit to Santa's House" at the Burr Homestead, a town-owned historic structure at 739 Old Post Road; a townwide spelling bee where fifth grade champions in each school compete; and Touch-A-Truck, a hands-on activity that enables kids to climb into the driver's seat of their favorite truck, honk the horn and pretend to steer (proceeds benefit the club's high school scholarship foundation).

The club is open to any woman in Fairfield, Easton or the surrounding area who is at least 18 years old. The club holds a general membership meeting on the third Wednesday of each month - except for the months of July and August, when it does not meet - and the meeting is usually held at 7:30 p.m. in the library at Osborn Hill School, 760 Stillson Road.

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