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. 

A Word from the Youth Services Coordinator

Youth Services recently had a 2-part Artist Colony Watercolor class for 7th & 8th grade Orange students which was held on Tuesday, December 26th and also on Wednesday December 27th. Instructor was well-known artist local Audrey Galer. Class size was limited to 12 students. There was no cost to the program and class was limited to 12 students. Students learned techniques of color blending, use of various levels of shading, highlighting the fine points

Youth Services had a Babysitting Course for grades 7 & 8 on Tuesday, Dec 26th from 9:30 am to 2:15 pm in Room 2 at the High Plains Community Center. The cost of the program covered all materials, First Aid certification, pizza lunch and refreshments. Class size was limited to 12 students.

Students received babysitting information packets that highlighted areas of babysitting techniques, what is takes to work with children, role playing, attending to the child, preparing snacks, dealing with temper tantrums, and more. Students also took a babysitting test as well as first aid testing.


John Ulatowski

Youth Services Coordinator

  1. John Ulatowski

    Youth Services Coordinator
    Phone: 203-891-4785

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

Office Hours

Monday through Friday 8:30 – 4:30