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    NEW HAVEN The public is invited to tour two new schools this month the new John C. Daniels School at 569 Congress Avenue and the Barnard Environmental Studies Magnet school at 170 Derby Ave.

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    Healthy Kids First

    NEW HAVEN - Fitting physical exercise into the school day is not an easy task, especially given the increasing academic requirements that face young people.

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    The Week Ahead

    News Du Jour:

    Highlights this week in the New Haven Public Schools

    SEPTEMBER 20-29, 2006: TROUP MAGNET, 130B Leeder Hill Drive, Hamden Senior English teacher Qin Wei, from Shandong Province, Click to read more...

    The Purpose of "Good to Great"

    The Good to Great Initiative sets the guidelines needed for effective teaching and learning in New Haven Public Schools. To achieve this mission a vision was needed. The vision for New Haven was to create Click to read more...
    A group of children from Sheridan Middle School in front of the goals
    A group of children from Sheridan Middle School in front of the goals

    Student Art Gallery

    Please click on an image above to see the larger version.

    The art appearing on this website is from a collection of student work from the public schools of New Haven's program ArtFull - 2004-2005. In a city widely known as the "Cultural Capital of Connecticut," we value the arts as an essential part of our children's education. It is through the arts that our children have the opportunity to develop their imagination and visualize their dreams. Thanks to all of the students whose work appears in our online gallery.

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