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The Area Cooperative Educational Services (ACES) announced today its policy for determining eligibility of children who may receive free or reduced-price meals served under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and School Breakfast Program (SBP), or free milk served under the Special Milk Program (SMP).
ACES Receives Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to Support the Study of Civil Rights
Area Cooperative Educational Service receives grant for a two-week professional development conference entitled “The Long Civil Rights Movement”.
ACES congratulates Kathy Morse, a music teacher at ACES Wintergreen Interdistrict Magnet School for being selected as a Fund for Teachers 2017 Fellow.
Area Cooperative Educational Services (ACES) has named Evelyn Rossetti-Ryan, EdD, Chief of Marketing & Outreach.
Meg Birmingham is ACES new Nursing Coordinator.
Rachel Sexton was named as Chief of the ACES Institute, a division of Area Cooperative Educational Services (ACES), a regional educational service center serving greater New Haven.
Congratulations to Rebecca Cuevas, MSW who is the current Partnership Manager for ACES Middlesex County Early Head Start. Effective July 1, Becky will serve as the Early Head Start Coordinator for Early Head Start. Becky has been with ACES since 2003 in a variety of roles for Early Childhood Services. We wish her the best in her new role.
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.)
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).
Effective July 2, 2017, William A. Rice will be ACES new Assistant Executive Director of Schools and Curriculum.
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