NEW HAVEN, CONN. (Feb. 1, 2021)–Sound School Regional Vocational Aquaculture Center History Teacher John Buell has been selected as the 2021 VFW Department of Connecticut Smart/Maher VFW Citizenship Education Teacher of the Year. Sponsored by VFW New Haven Post 12150, Buell–who has been teaching at Sound School since 1997–now advances to the national-level competition. CAPTION: NEW … Continue reading Sound School Teacher Selected VFW Connecticut Teacher of the Year
Sound School Principal Marc Potocsky discusses postponement of New Haven Public School hybrid reopening of district schools.
New Sound School Principal Marc Potocsky and Assistant Principal Eric Yuhas welcome new and returning Sound School students to the 2020 school year.
(español abajo) ParentLink Chromebook Pickup letter (PDF) Hello Sound School learning community, this is your Principal Marc Potocsky. I hope this message finds you well. This message is for families of ninth graders and new students this school year. School begins remotely on Thursday, September 3. In order to successfully participate in our online schooling, … Continue reading Sound School ParentLink Chromebook Pickup
This summer, Sound School students will be reading 2 books. Please follow the directions in the attached PDF. Enjoy.
Sound School Learning Community Announcements: 1. Watch the “2020 Sound School Virtual Orientation” below. Thanks to Betsy and FFA leadership for this walkthrough.2. Monitor NHPS.net for district news including “Fall 2020 Re-Opening” information (https://www.nhps.net/).
2020-2021 Sound School Student Parent Handbook The Sound School Regional Vocational Aquaculture Center Student – Parent Handbook 2020-2021 Principal: Marc Potocsky Assistant Principal: Eric Yuhas Aquaculture Center Coordinator: Tim Visel Please note: This document is to be used in conjunction with the New Haven Public Schools Student/Parent Handbook.
Principal Gratz delivers her last Sound School Morning Message of the 2020 school year and her last as Sound School principal. “It is such an honor to have been part of this community for so long.”