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11/28/2014

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11/28/2014

Gametime CT features Wilbur Cross defeating Hillhouse at the Elm City Bowl

 
At the Elm City Bowl the game was filled with members of the community all in support of the Bowl as the city rivals headed off despite the weather conditions. The Governors picked up an 8-6 victory at home on Thanksgiving. The Governors end the year at 7-5, under Coach John Acquavita and stopped a streak of four straight Hillhouse Elm City Bowl wins. Hillhouse closes the year at 4-7, under Coach Reggie Lytle. 
 
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11/28/2014

The New Haven Independent features the Annual LEAP Dinner
 
The New Haven Independent features, the annual LEAP Thankful Dinner held Tuesday at the Elks Club on Dixwell Avenue. Over 350 LEAP kids and their counselors gathered to have dinner and share what they are thankful for over the last year. Children took an opportunity to thank New Haven high school and college students who work with children after school and on weekends as LEAP counselors.  Donations from restaurants, stores, board members, neighbors and friends, including students at Eli Whitney Vocational Tech High School made the dinner possible. 
 
 
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11/28/2014

New Haven Independent features students at Davis Street School’s cookbook!
Teacher Jessica Light held a publishing party on Tuesday for their fifth-grade cookbook. Two dozen students and their parents filled the room as the young authors shared writings filled with adjectives from their senses or origins of family recipes of cookies, popcorn, mud pie, red velvet cake and more.
 
 
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11/28/2014

New Haven Independent features Clinton Avenues Multicultural Pre-thanksgiving luncheon
 
In a school like Clinton Avenue with low rates of parent participation, teachers come up with creative ways to promote family involvement. A multicultural pre-Thanksgiving luncheon was an effort involving students in the bridge class for students who primarily speak Spanish. Students and relatives gathered in a classroom at Clinton Avenue School to share their children’s progress in learning English.
 
 
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