Campus Safety oversees the Academy’s efforts to be a welcoming and open, but a secure and orderly, learning environment.
Chartwells, a division of Compass Group North America, a leader in educational dining service, partners with Norwich Free Academy to provide students an affordable range of choices and nutritious dining options.
NFA participates in the National School Lunch Program.
School nurses are available to students in the Medical Center located in Allis House.Medical Advisor Walia, Ramindra MD School Based Health Center The United Community & Family Services (UCFS) school-based health center (SBHC) at Norwich Free Academy is a doctor’s office inside of your child’s school. The services are provided by an APRN (advanced practice registered nurse) and behavioral health clinician who are experts in adolescent health and are employed by UCFS. The intention of the UCFS SBHC is to supplement the care your child receives at their pediatrician’s office. The UCFS SBHC staff communicates with your child’s primary care physician to keep them updated about the care your child receives at the UCFS SBHC. For more information about the school-based health center at Norwich Free Academy, go to www.nfaschool.org/sbhc.
Student Support Services
Student Services oversees the Academy’s efforts to maximize students’ opportunities to reach their fullest academic and personal potential. The Department provides a continuum of specially designed instructional services from those delivered within the general education setting to specialty programs addressing a variety of intellectually disabling conditions. In addition, Social Workers and School Psychologists provide a broad spectrum of personal and mental health services to students.