TOMORROW:  Day of Hope and Healing. All regular classes are cancelled for tomorrow as we want all students and staff to participate. Please check in to your advisory between 9:50 and 10:30 for attendance.  This day was designed for you to provide you with opportunities to learn, mediate, heal, and whatever else the day may bring. Please share the information with your families as there are also sessions designed to address their needs.  Our presenters are very excited to volunteer their time as a thank you to you for all that you have done during these challenging times.  High School Students

This is a simplified version of the brochure to share with your students.  It does not have all the session or details. It includes only session titles and zoom links for this age group.



Full Catalog of all VIRTUAL SESSIONS for students, families, and staff found below.  All ZOOM Links are live and will open on Wednesday 2/24 @ scheduled time. Please share accordingly.


A Day of Hope & Healing – Brochure – with Zoom Links – click here



Hello! Graduation is sooner than you think. Please use the link below to order your cap and gown. Your information on this link is due by March 1st. Please contact Melissa with any questions.



Sound School Community:

“There is beauty in hearing the voices of people who haven’t been heard.” – Titus Kaphar, artist & New Haven native


Join John Buell and Ms. Nuzzo to celebrate Black history and cultural heritage on Friday, February 26th during office hours and advisory.  


Our virtual celebration includes a brief TED Talk by Titus Kaphar, an artist, New Haven native, and founder of NXTHVN who shares his story of becoming an artist as well as the importance of not erasing history, but amending it.


Celebrate Black creators – leaders, activists, authors, artists, poets, photographers, and designers – who have used their voices to share their story.  We encourage all to bring a favorite passage, quote, photograph, artifact, painting or other piece of art by a Black creator.  Share it and then tell us how their work has inspired you.  


Let’s gather to learn, share, honor, + celebrate Black history.  




Community Service Hours Update February 2021

The Sound School has decided to further reduce community service hours for the 20-21 Academic Year to 25 due to the pandemic.  What does this mean for the Class of 2021, 2022, 2023 & 2024?

Class of 2021 – Seniors will now have a community service graduation requirement of 150 hours.

Class of 2022 – Juniors will now have a community service graduation requirement of 150 hours.

Class of 2023 – Sophomores will now have a community service graduation requirement of 150 hours.

Class of 2024 – Freshman will now have a community service graduation requirement of 175 hours.

*The above hours are required of students who attend The Sound School all 4 years.  Hours are pro-rated for transfer students.



The applications for the New Haven Scholarship Fund and criteria for applying are online at: website. The deadline for the return of the applications will be March 16, 2021.

Every eligible student, who is a resident of New Haven and a graduate of New Haven Public School System, will be interviewed by a member of the awards committee.

Interviews will be by phone or zoom, if the student has the zoom app, and will begin April 19th, 2021 which will be the week following the public school spring break.

Students will be notified by the guidance personnel at their respective high schools if they are to be interviewed.

Students who will receive an award from the New Haven Scholarship Fund will be notified by their guidance counselor no later than the last week of May.



REMINDER: The Homework Center is open from 3-4 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. Your teachers can share the link with you.







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