Category: Education

Many Students Back North Haven High School In Flap Over Graduation Speech

[box]By Alessandro Powell / New Haven Register[/box] Collectively, the North Haven High School class of 2012 has little sympathy for its president, Molly Gambardella, in her bid to speak at graduation. When she stopped attending

QU Receives Grant to Provide Scholarships for Underrepresented Nursing Students

Quinnipiac University announced today that it has received a $50,000 grant to be used as scholarship money for students traditionally underrepresented in nursing. The grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the American Association

North Haven School Board Revamps Busing Schedule

[box]by Ann DeMatteo / New Haven Register[/box] The Board of Education has adopted a two-tiered transportation system aimed at bringing secondary students to school closer to the schools’ start times. A by-product could be a savings

Class President Barred From Giving Speech Due To Occupy Ties?

[box]by Erin Logan / WTNH[/box] A girl who worked hard for four years to get to the head of the class and claim her spot as class president has been told she won’t be allowed

40th Anniversary of the Integrated Day Program

There will be an open house to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Integrated Day program in North Haven. All current and former students, parents, teachers, and administrators are welcome to attend this event Thursday,

Ridge Road Band Plays The Star Wars Theme

The Ridge Road Elementary School Band plays the Star Wars theme at their Spring concert held at North Haven High School.

North Haven Residents Graduate From Quinnipiac University

The following North Haven residents received their undergraduate degrees from Quinnipiac University during the 81st commencement exercises on May 20: Brittney J. Berrios, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Timothy J. Binkoski, Bachelor of Arts in History; Brett T.

North Haven Budget Passes With Low Voter Turnout

[box]by Anthony Karge / North Haven Patch[/box] People in North Haven – or at least the small percentage who came out to vote in the referendum – approved the 2012-13 budget by a large majority.

Episode 98: May 10, 2012 – Art Beat!

In this episode of North Haven News: Sights and sounds from the annual Art Beat exhibit held at North Haven High School. Music provided by Mr. Rhone’s African Drumming class from Ridge Road Elementary.

QU Physician Assistant Program Stresses the Importance of a Healthy Lifestyle to North Haven Students

[box]Quinnipiac University physician assistant student Jaret Williams, right, provided information about the importance of dental health to a student at the Earth Day Health Fair at ACES Mill Road School in North Haven on April

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

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