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  • State-Wide Consortium Discusses Diagnostic Assessment Tools and Best Practices at ACES Thomas Edison Middle School

    03/8/2019


    The Connecticut Consortium of I-Ready® Diagnostics and Ready® Common Core Users held their first gathering in 2019 at the ACES Thomas Edison Middle School located in Meriden on March 8.

  • Distinguished Honorees Highlight ACES Education Foundation’s 16th Annual Gala

    02/22/2019


    This year’s ACES Education Foundation 16th Annual Gala will definitely be A Night to Remember.  It is a time to celebrate the success of the past year’s projects and honor those who helped make them happen.  This year’s honorees cover the gamut of Southern Connecticut businesses and caring citizens as Jeff L. Hubbard, Alyssa Rae Taglia, Frances “Bitsie” Clark, Bob Parker, and Sharyn Ainsworth Esdaile will be recognized for their contributions to ACES, the arts, and the educational community.

  • ACES Mill Academy Students Learn and Celebrate during Day of Kindness

    02/19/2019


    This past Valentine’s Day was especially sweet for the students at the Area Cooperative Educational Service’s (ACES) Mill Academy as they gave back to the community on its annual “Day of Kindness.” Students earned points since the beginning of the school year for designated projects and activities.

  • Parent’s Deadline for Area Cooperative Educational Services’ (ACES) Magnet School Parent Choice Lottery Fast Approaching

    02/11/2019


    Parents who want to enroll their children in Area Cooperative Educational Services’ (ACES) Wintergreen Interdistrict Magnet School (WIMS) located in Hamden or Thomas Edison Middle School (TEMS) located in Meriden have until 3:30p.m. on February 28th to officially apply for the 2019-20 school year.

  • ACES Education Foundation’s 16th Annual Gala Will Be A Night To Remember

    01/31/2019


    Always one of the most anticipated events of the spring in southern Connecticut, The ACES Education Foundation 16th Annual Gala will definitely be a night to remember. The Foundation’s Gala, the largest fund raising event of the year for the non-profit organization, is going to be held on March 28th from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Anthony’s Ocean View in New Haven.

  • Drapp Joins Area Cooperative Educational Services

    01/22/2019


    Area Cooperative Educational Services (ACES) is proud to announce the appointment of Edward Drapp as Director, Fiscal Services. Drapp comes to ACES after 25 years as a district administrator including 18 years as a school finance director and 7 years as superintendent. He will report to ACES Executive Director Thomas Danehy who made the announcement.

  • Jeff Glagowski Joins ACES Marketing and Outreach Department

    01/22/2019


    Jeff Glagowski has joined Area Cooperative Educational Services (ACES) as its Website Manager/Digital Media Specialist. The 36-year old West Haven native will direct all of ACES vibrant website, digital, and social media initiatives. Glagowski will report to Evelyn Rossetti-Ryan, ACES Chief of Marketing and Outreach platform.

  • Students Make Katharine Hepburn Theatre Come To Life

    01/11/2019


    (North Haven, CT. January 11, 2019) Giving even more credence that life imitates art more often than vice versa, a creative group of 2nd graders from ACES Wintergreen Interdistrict Magnet School (WIMS) located in Hamden will explore the iconic Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center and bring past movie heroes back to life.

  • ACES Health Insurance Collaborative Earns Big Savings

    12/5/2018


    ACES Health Insurance Collaborative Services Group announced a combined savings of almost $3,466,000 for its member group participants of North Haven, Ansonia, and ACES in paying for health care services. 

  • ACES Announces New Policy for Free and Reduced-Lunch Eligibility

    07/13/2018


    ACES ANNOUNCES POLICY FOR DETERMINING FREE OR REDUCED-PRICE LUNCH ELIGIBILITY

    North Haven, CT. July 13, 2018:  Area Cooperative Educational Service (ACES) announced today its policy for determining eligibility of children 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).

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