On Thursday, April 27th, Sound School students traveled to the Salmon River in Colchester, to release Atlantic salmon that they hatched late this winter.
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From: Andrew Jin [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2017 2:04 AM Subject: Yale University’s CodeBoola Hello! My name is Andrew; I am a student at Yale University, and one of the organizers of YHack. YHack is an organization that runs Yale’s annual hackathon of the same name, which brings students from all over … Continue reading Yale University’s CodeBoola
Did you know that a Phantom ship came to New Haven in the 1600’s? You can hear the story of the Great Shippe of New Haven through song during the performance by the Sound School’s own S S Chanteens. This will be coming soon to your boat shop!!!! Watch for a date in May. There … Continue reading The S S Chanteens
Pictures of Sound School students in New Haven Sharpies.
Marking Period Three ends Friday. Good luck to our students on exams and projects!
Students get a break from boat maintenance and get some physical education walking along the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail as part of our Public Access PE unit. Teacher Ken Donovan Jr "10,000 steps a day"
It may be the first day of Spring, but Sound School Agriculture Students have been busy in the greenhouse all winter. Photo credit to Destiny Luna