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West Haven Public Schools e-newsletter: The Westie Wrap-Up
Published on Jun 19, 2015 15:44

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  The Westie Wrap-Up: Your weekly review of West Haven Public School news, updates and reminders.

Congratulations, WHHS Class of 2015!
June 20: WHHS summer school registration; 10 a.m.- 1 p.m., WHHS School Counseling office

June 20: Sign-up for West Haven Public Library Reading Buddies volunteer program; Elm Street main library branch, 1-2 p.m.

June 22: WHHS summer school registration; 8 a.m.- 1 p.m., WHHS School Counseling office

June 23-July 17: WHHS summer school classes


• July 6:
Free summer meals start for West Haven children

• July 7: Kindergarten registration; registration for all grades; 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Molloy School

• July 9: Kindergarten registration; registration for all grades; 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Molloy School

July 20: Board of Education meeting; 7 p.m., City Hall

August 6: College Financial Aid info session for college freshmen; West Haven Public Library Elm Street main branch; 5:30-6:30 p.m.

August 18: New student registration, all grades; 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Molloy School

August 20: New student registration, all grades; 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Molloy School

August 26-28: New student registration, all grades; 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Molloy School

August 31-Sept. 4: New student registration, all grades; 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Molloy School

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Around 330 West Haven High School seniors became the school's newest alumni Thursday during the Class of 2015 graduation ceremony. Dreary skies couldn't dampen the spirits of excited Westies and proud families and teachers. Click for a video of the alma mater song performance.
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 News & Notes

A student who graduated from Bailey this week has been honored by the fire department for helping a man in need while she was out riding her bike. Click here to read about her efforts in the New Haven Register.

Click here for a New Haven Register photo slideshow and article from yesterday's WHHS graduation ceremony.

Forest's math newsletter for June is now online and features fun and easy ways to incorporate math into everyday activities during the summer.

WHHS summer school registration is tomorrow (Saturday), June 20, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Monday, June 22, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration is in the WHHS School Counseling office. The cost is $175 per course, and payment must be in cash. Classes are June 23-July 17 and are for students who did not successfully pass English, Math, Science or Social Studies. Students may take up to 2 classes.

The latest issue of WHHS newspaper The Rostrum is out.

New student registration sessions are this summer at Molloy School. It is highly recommended that new students register over the summer, and not on the first day of school or later. Students who register on the first day of school or later cannot begin classes that same day. Please pass on this information to anyone who may need it. Click here for more information.

This year's summer reading theme is "Every Hero Has a Story." Students received summer reading guides with book recommendations based on grade level. Click here for a flyer detailing special public library events for summer break.

WHHS students are encouraged to tweet what they're reading to  #whhssummerread and to find recommendations from the WHHS Library Media Center on this blog. Everyone in the WHHS community is also encouraged to read "This I Believe" as part of the "One book. One community." campaign. Click here for details.
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The Class of 2015, as well as school and city officials, wore ribbons in remembrance of classmate Alejandro Zitlalpopoca, who passed away last fall. His family also accepted his diploma at the ceremony.

Free summer meals offered to West Haven kids
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The school district's Food Services Department will once again provide free lunches this summer to all West Haven children. This year's meal locations are: Molloy School; Bailey Middle School; Glade Street; Vertical Church; Pagels Elementary School; Meadowbrook; Forest Elementary School; Where Angels Play playground; Spring Heights; Carrigan Intermediate School; Haley Elementary School; Washington Elementary School; Savin Rock Community School; Piantino Library branch; Main Public Library; Painter Park; and the WHHS hockey rink area. 
Journalist Meredith Vieira visits Mackrille
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Mackrille Elementary School was very excited to welcome journalist Meredith Vieira for a June 16 visit. Ms. Vieira was Mackrille's guest reader for June as part of the school's reading program and read "Wherever You Go" to the entire school community. Students also got a chance to ask her about her work, favorite books (the "Eloise" series), favorite subject in school (English) and what it's like to be on TV (she was one of the original members of "The View" panel, co-hosted "The Today Show," hosted "Who Wants to be a Millionaire," and now has her own show, "The Meredith Vieira Show"). Thanks again to Ms. Vieira for visiting our school!
















































































































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