The 4H Club of East Haddam is having a pet food and supply drive to support the CT Humane Society.
All pet food contributions will benefit the CT Humane Pet Food Pantry.
We are seeking adult dog/puppy and cat/kitten food canned or dry, dog/cat treats, and food for rabbits, guinea pigs.
Your generosity will help struggling families keep their pets at home.
All donated food and supplies will go to the homeless pets at the Waterford and Newington Shelters.
Supplies needed include: Towels, blankets, bedding, dog/cat toys, litter and litter boxes, newspaper, leashes, garbage bags, paper towels, dryer sheets, extra-large zip lock bags, small Tupperware food storage bins.
Clean out your closets and donate to a worthy cause!
Donation bins will be located in the front entryway and cafeteria until 6/3/16
Our students brought BIG NOISE representing the Little Noises at the University of CT.
Competing against 1,000 of the top inventors, the following students won.
Isabella Saraco - “Recognized Inventor”
Sam Harmon -”Recognized Inventor”
Jessica Stricker – “Recognized Inventor”
Jessica Sticker – Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering Award, where she will be further honored at a banquet at the University of New Haven on May 24th with the top 200 scientists and engineers of Connecticut.
On June 6th, between 1-3 PM the 6th and 7th grade ELA enrichment students will be displaying the projects that they have made throughout the year in the cafeteria.
Students and parents are welcome to come and learn about the ELA Enrichment program.
Hear students speak about their experiences and maybe learn a little bit about some books or topics that they’d like to explore in the future.
East Haddam Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of: race, color, religious creed, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability (including but not limited to) intellectual disability, past or present history of mental disorder, physical disability or learning disability, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by state and/or federal nondiscrimination laws: and equal access to school facilities and school premises to Boy Scouts and other designated youth programs (REF: Board Policy: 4000.1) The following person has been designated as to district compliance officer who will coordinate compliance with the non-discrimination requirement of Title IX and 504.
Joshua T. Martin, Director of Pupil Services
Title IX Compliance Officer/ Title IX Coordinator and Section 504 Coordinator.
East Haddam Board of Education
26 Plains Road
Moodus, Ct. 06469