On Thursday, April 27th, Sound School students traveled to the Salmon River in Colchester, to release Atlantic salmon that they hatched late this winter.
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
Sound School Plant Science freshmen have been hard at work planting and caring for a small batch of geraniums during a cold February, just before Winter Break.
NEW HAVEN, CONN. (Jan. 31, 2017) Swans and Sound School students were seen in the early snow showers Tuesday. All New Haven and Sound School students were dismissed at 12:15 on Jan. 31 because of snow.
Sound School E period students look over the side of the Anderson building at the high tide. New Haven was lashed by a winter nor’easter on Jan. 24, but an offshore wind prevented most flooding. [Image]
Sound School December 2016 Adult Education Classes & Annual Poinsettia Sale December 8: Holiday Wreath decorating from 6-8:30 PM $20 materials fee December 15th 6-8:30: Boxwood holiday trees. Join the Horticulture Department to create and decorate boxwood mini cChristmastrees, complete with all of the trimmings! $20 materials fee December 22nd 6-8:30: Holiday Centerpiece. This beautiful … Continue reading Poinsettia Sale & Adult Education