NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — New Haven Public Schools has made the decision to postpone releasing the results of their school choice placement selections for the 2020-2021 academic year. They have rescheduled to release the results of the placement lottery to April 14. They say there is a delay because their schools and district offices […]
Mayor Justin Elicker, COO of schools Pinto address New Haven’s Coronavirus response, focusing on education
New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker and the Chief Operating Officer of New Haven Public Schools, Michael Pinto joined News 8 Monday to discuss the city’s response to Coronavirus, especially what it means for the thousands of school kids in the Elm City.
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There are at least 16 cases of coronavirus in New Haven as of Tuesday, March 24. The outbreak now not only effecting residents of the Elm City, but the first-responders who keep the residents safe.
New Haven: 2 first-responders test positive for coronavirus, 71 positive cases, 2 deaths, mayor enforces social-distancing
New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker reported the Elm City now has 71 positive cases of coronavirus.
Turns out, living in Connecticut does pay off!
Due to the growing list of temporary closures for school institutions in the state because of coronavirus concerns, Stratford Mayor Laura R. Hoydick and Superintendent of Stratford Public Schools Dr. Janet Robinson announced a feeding plan.
Many schools, colleges, and universities in the state are temporarily closing to do deep-cleans after students or staff possibly came into contact with the coronavirus.
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New Haven Mayor Elicker issues Emergency Order closing childcare centers with services for more than 12 children
Mayor Justin Elicker’s office issued an emergency order Monday to close any childcare center providing childcare services for more than twelve children.