Category: Education

10 North Haven Teachers Losing Jobs

[box]By Ann DeMatteo / New Haven Register[/box] Ten teachers have been notified they won’t be working for North Haven public schools in the next school year. Two of them resigned after being notified their contracts wouldn’t be renewed and the...

/ May 2, 2012

School of Medicine at QU and MidState Medical Center Form Five-Year Clinical Affiliation

The Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University has formed a five-year clinical affiliation with MidState Medical Center, a Hartford HealthCare partner, in Meriden. “The School of Medicine needs high quality clinic experiences for our students. I am confident that the physicians...

/ April 25, 2012
North Haven Soccer Club Scholarship

NHSC Awarding Two $500 College Scholarships

The North Haven Soccer Club is awarding a $500 college scholarship to two current or former members of the NHSC who are heading off to college. Guidelines for the application process are as follows: Applicant must be a graduating High School Senior who...

/ April 12, 2012

QU’s School of Education Showcasing School Artwork from North Haven

[box]Lia Crowley, a student from the North Haven Public Schools, poses with her print (center), entitled, “Printmaking,” at the Quinnipiac University School of Education on the North Haven Campus.[/box] The School of Education at Quinnipiac University presented a Kaleidoscope of Creativity featuring the...

/ April 12, 2012

North Haven News: Episode 96 – March 15, 2012

In this episode of North Haven News: North Haven School Superintendent Dr. Robert Cronin and member of the Board of Education meet with members of the Ridge Road Elementary PTA to discuss the 2012-2013 education budget and address concerns over...

/ March 16, 2012

U.S. News Says QU’s Physician Assistant Program Among Nation’s Best

The physician assistant program in the School of Health Sciences at Quinnipiac University was ranked among the nation’s best in U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 Best Graduate Schools guidebook. Quinnipiac ranked 11th among universities offering physician assistant master’s degrees....

/ March 13, 2012

PTA President Reproaches BOE for Staff Cuts

[box]by Emily Constance / North Haven Patch[/box] Ridge Road Elementary PTA Co-President Cheri Gibson confronted Superintendent Robert Cronin at last night’s Board of Education (BOE) meeting, demanding to know if social workers, guidance counselors and special education teachers were prioritized...

/ March 9, 2012

Elizabeth Doyle Memorial Scholarship Fund

Application forms for the Elizabeth Doyle Memorial Scholarship Fund are available, beginning March 12th.  This fund was established to honor the memory of former North Haven resident and educator, Elizabeth Doyle, and to assist fellow North Haven residents, who are...

/ February 22, 2012

A Letter from the Teacher’s Union

This is an open letter from the North Haven Education Association to the North Haven Board of Education, Board of Finance, and Board of Selectmen outlining our positions on the 2012-2013 budget recommendations that are currently under consideration by the...

/ February 10, 2012

With Proposed Budget, Special Education Concerns Renewed

by Ben Lasman / North Haven Patch In what may be shaping up to be a replay of last year’s special education debacle, several local parents are taking issue with a series of changes to the program proposed in the Board...

/ February 9, 2012

Cronin Proposes Increase in Education Budget

[box]by Ann DeMatteo / New Haven Register[/box] In his first budget presentation before the Board of Education Thursday night, Superintendent of Schools Robert D. Cronin stuck close to his priorities for the school district. Cronin, who will reach his one-year anniversary...

/ January 27, 2012

Ridge Road Elementary 2011 Winter Concert

Sights and sounds from the 2011 Ridge Road Elementary Winter Concert, which included performances by the band as well as the chorus under the masterful direction of Melissa Hudson and Jeff Rhone.

/ January 6, 2012