Category: Education

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

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

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

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

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

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.

Medical Education Expert Joins the Frank H. Netter, M.D., School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University

A leading innovator in medical education has joined the Frank H. Netter, M.D., School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University to oversee ongoing development of the school’s curriculum and faculty. As associate dean for assessment and faculty development,

Clintonville Ban a Tough Nut to Crack?

[box]by Ben Lasman / North Haven Patch[/box] Discussing Clintonville Elementary’s recent decision to ban nuts in school due to student allergies, Chris Peterson wrote today on the North Haven Way: What if a couple of children

Snow Days, Delays, and Early Dismissals

[box]by: Dr. Robert E. Cronin, Ph.D. / Superintendent of Schools[/box] Dear Parents and Guardians, Well, like it or not, it’s that time of year again. As we begin to enter the winter season, I thought this would be a

Quinnipiac University Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant Students Support Operation Christmas Child

[box]pictured: Quinnipiac University physician assistant students Emma Banks, left, Madeline Santiago, Stephanie Lenihan, Sarah Normandin and Jessie Dorne wrap shoe boxes as part of Operation Christmas Child.[/box] North Haven, Conn. – Nov. 29, 2011 – Nurse practitioner and physician assistant students at Quinnipiac

Episode 89: June 21, 2011

In this episode of North Haven News: Video from the public meeting held in the high school auditorium where new Superintendent Dr. Robert Cronin explained and defended his decision to cut staffing to the Special

Episode 88: June 13, 2011

In this episode of North Haven News: After passing a budget that was supposed to preserve current staffing levels, Superintendent Dr. Cronin says that the town’s Special Education staff will go from 35 to 26.