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West Haven Public Schools e-newsletter: The Westie Wrap-Up
Published on Jul 2, 2015 15:47

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

Free summer lunches for kids start Monday
• June 23-July 17: WHHS summer school classes

• July 6-Aug. 7: 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 10: End of Carrigan Drama Camp

• 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

  summer meals
The school district's Food Services Department will once again provide free lunches this summer to all West Haven children starting this Monday, July 6, through Friday, Aug. 7. 

*Kids and teens don't need to come every day to participate.

*They don't need to show ID or be enrolled in a program at the site.

*The meals meet federal nutrition guidelines and will have milk, fruits, vegetables, grains and meat or another protein. Foods may include celery, salad, watermelon, carrots, sandwiches and hand-tossed pizza.

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The schedule is as follows. Lunch at 10:30 a.m. at Anna V. Molloy School at 255 Meloy Road, Bailey Middle School at 106 Morgan Lane, and Glade Street; at 11 a.m. at Vertical Church at 225 Meloy Road, Alma E. Pagels Elementary School at 26 Benham Hill Road, and Meadowbrook; at 11:30 a.m. at Forest Elementary School at 95 Burwell Street, Where Angels Play (the new Sandy Hook playground) on Sea Bluff Beach on Captain Thomas Boulevard, and Spring Heights; at noon at Carrigan Intermediate School at 2 Tetlow Street, Seth G. Haley Elementary School at 146 South Street, Washington Elementary School at 369 Washington Avenue, and Savin Rock Community School at 50 Park Street; and at 12:30 p.m. at Piantino Library at 1 Forest Road, the main West Haven Public Library branch at 300 Elm Street, Painter Park at 190 Kelsey Avenue, and in WHHS hockey rink area at 1 McDonough Plaza.

*Additionally, breakfast will be served at Glade Street.

*Anyone looking for a meal site can call 211 or text “CTmeals” to 877877.


     
 News and Notes
Congratulations to WHHS rising senior John Delgado, who was selected for the New Haven Register All-Area Boys Tennis Team.

Former West Haven special education students born in 1988 may pick up their school records this summer. Files will then be shredded, as the district keeps special education files until the students are 27 years old. Call Pupil Services at 203-937-4333 to schedule a time to pick up a file.

New student registration sessions begin next week on Tuesday, July 7, and Thursday, July 9. They are from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Molloy School, 255 Meloy Road. There are additional sessions in August and early September.

Students and their families are encouraged to visit the public library this summer so youngsters
can continue reading over summer break. All three library branches have activities, including free ice cream day, book clubs, teen crafts, magicians, Book Buddies and therapy dogs, and other activities that coordinate with the summer reading program coordinated by West Haven Public Schools and the library. To view events, click here.
  WHHS programs offer college credit
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WHHS students are graduating with more college credits than ever before, thanks to the school’s number of advanced placement class offerings, partnerships with local colleges, and special programs. The cost to earn the credits is generally free, except for test fees where applicable, and can benefit students academically and financially.

Currently, WHHS students can earn college credits by taking advanced placement (college-level) classes at WHHS; STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) courses at WHHS associated with the Project Lead the Way national engineering program; University of New Haven courses if selected for the Charging Ahead or Outstanding High School Student Program (participants pictured above) initiatives on the UNH campus; and Gateway Community College courses on the Gateway campus through the Gateway High School Partnership. Students have also been able to earn credits at Gateway through the College Career Pathways program; it is being replaced by a new one this fall that will allow automotive students to take a course at Gateway and will later expand to other subject areas.

The WHHS School Counseling Department assists in coordinating the programs and students’ involvement and eligibility. For more information on any of the WHHS programs that allow students to earn college credit, parents and students can contact the School Counseling office or click here.

















































































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