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  • ACES ECA formalizes partnership with Chinese Ministry of Education


    All the world’s a stage, and ACES Educational Center for the Arts has a signed agreement with the Chinese Ministry of Education to prove it.

  • End Hunger CT - Summer Meals Program


    Free meals are available for kids and teens 18 and under all summer across Connecticut.









    Childhood food insecurity remains at unacceptable levels across the country and children are most acutely at risk in the summer when they do not have access to school meals.  There were 708 sites in the summer of 2016 across Connecticut offering free meals to children 18 years and younger, yet only 1 out of 4 of CT’s children who access school meals are accessing Free Summer Meals.  

    PLEASE NOTE:  Even if you do not have a Summer Meals program in your town, children ages 18 and younger may visit Open Summer Meals sites anywhere in the state to receive a meal.  The Location Finder on the website is a search tool that uses an address, town, or zip code to locate Summer Meals locations and displays the results in both a Google Map and as a list with all of the pertinent information (location, hours, meals served, etc.) included.   For more information call 211, text CTmeals to 877877 or visit www.CTSummerMeals.org

    CSDEChildNutritionPrograms http://www.sde.ct.gov/sde/cwp/view.asp?a=2626&Q=320670


  • ACES Minority Teacher Recruitment Advisory Council held 5th Annual Future Educators Symposium


    On May 12, 2017, ACES Minority Teacher Recruiting (MTR) Advisory Council, the Regional Educational Service Center MTR Alliance (RESC MTR Alliance) and the Southern Connecticut State University School of Education hosted the 5th Annual Future Educators Symposium.


  • Wintergreen Interdistrict Magnet School's Darrylle Olsen named ACES Teacher of the Year


    Congratulations to Darrylle Olsen, second grade teacher at Wintergreen Interdistrict Magnet School. She is the new ACES Teacher of the Year. She will represent ACES in the upcoming State Teacher of the Year selection process. ACES is so proud to have her as part of the team.

    (pictured left to right - WIMS Principal Suzanne Duran-Crelin, ACES Assistant Executive Director Erika Forte, ACES Executive Director Tom Danehy
    and WIMS 2nd grade teacher and ACES Teacher of the Year 2017 Darrylle Olsen.)


  • ACES Names Recipients of 2017 Executive Director's Award


    The ACES Executive Director's Recognition Award Committee proudly announces that Laura Boileau (Whitney High School East/West), Victoria Gordon (Mill Road School), Peter Loffredo (Educational Center for the Arts), Da'Vina Miller (Center for Autism Spectrum and Developmental Disorders), and Marci Rizzo (Village School) have been selected as the recipients of the Executive Director's Recognition Award for 2016-2017.

    We congratulate them and the other outstanding staff who were also nominated: Stacye Booker (Whitney High School East/West), Michelle Forte (Mill Road School), Sandy Owen (Village School), Cristina Rizzio, (Village School), Kelly Whitington (Village School).

  • Thomas Edison Middle School student present at CECA Tech Expo


    Students from Thomas Edison Middle School attended the Connecticut Educators Computer Association (CECA) Tech Expo in May.

  • Greenwich teen a finalist in 34th annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition in New York City


    ACES Educational Center for the Arts, Malenky Welsh from Branford, CT, won a place as one of the 10 finalists in the 34th annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition in New York City. Malenky previously won the ESU Greenwich Branch competition.

  • Area students benefit from ACES inter-district grant


    Thanks to winning a highly competitive 2016-17 IRISS (Inquiry, Research & Investigations in Social Studies) inter-district grant, the Jerome Harrison School (JHS) teacher and her North Branford first graders collaborated regularly with a classroom of their peers at New Haven’s Nathan Hale School. The $8,800 grant, shared between the classrooms, was awarded through Area Cooperative Educational Services (ACES).

    By Pam Johnson, Senior Staff Writer • Contact Reporter
    Published May 03, 2017. Last updated 03:08 p.m., May 02, 2017
  • ACES Names William Rice, Assistant Executive Director for Schools and Curriculum


    Effective July 2, 2017, William A. Rice will be ACES new Assistant Executive Director of Schools and Curriculum.

  • Autism Awareness Bake Sale at ACES Transportation Services


    ACES Transportation Services bake sale raised over $200.00 for Autism Awareness.

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