Spanish, Mandarin and Polish, as well as English, are the dominant languages spoken by new students in the Wilton Public School District, according to Connecticut Open Data (

The information in the dataset was reported by LEAs for students and English-learners during the 2014-15 school year.

Under Connecticut General Statute 10-17f and No Child Left Behind, local education agencies are required to “ascertain the dominant language of all new K-12 students, which is typically done through a home language survey,” according to Connecticut Open Data.

According to the dataset, the following number of new public school students in Wilton speak the dominant world languages:

  • Miller-Driscoll School: 807 speak English, seven speak Spanish, 10 speak Mandarin and nine speak Polish.

  • Cider Mill School: 937 speak English and six speak Spanish,

  • Middlebrook School: 1,009 speak English, seven speak Spanish and seven speak Mandarin.

  • Wilton High School: 1,311 speak English, eight speak Spanish and six speak Polish.

Click here to view the dataset .