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Young leaders of the Middle School Student Council celebrated the donation of 17,000 books to the homeless, victims of domestic violence, and various New Haven charities with the help of non-profit organizations Rain of Hope and New Reach. Superintendent Harries and staff gathered at King-Robinson Interdistrict Magnet School to celebrate their grand accomplishment. The district is proud of our young leaders as they take great strides to make a positive mark on their community.
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The New Haven Board of Education requested an increase of $10.6 million in operating budget for fiscal year 2016. The requested totals accounted for cost escalations, new investments, and net of cost saving efforts. The request targets areas needed to support the vision and plans of the School Change Initiative.
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The Board of Education Teaching and Learning Committee will meet TONIGHT, Monday, February 23, 2015 at John Martinez School, Cafetorium- 100 James St.
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