Many students in Connecticut are being moved out of traditional high schools into alternative and adult education, even if they don't want to be, suggests Laura McCargar. With support from The Community Foundation, McCargar published a report documenting hundreds of cases of students who were "pushed out" of their schools.
When Carlos Soto was in elementary school, he looked forward to class field trips to the Peabody Museum of Natural History. So when he learned in high school about Evolutions, the afterschool program at the Peabody, he jumped at the chance to apply.
Frances C. Doolittle established a fund by bequest in 2000 to support programs benefiting children and youth in the Greater New Haven community. The Fund has supported the NHTV internship program which enables students to learn about media production.
The Streett Fund was initiated "to create a living loving legacy of this very special person and to help support people who are in pursuit of activities and ideals that were so dear to Lisl." In addition to providing college scholarships, the Streett Fund distributes grants annually to organizations in the Wallingford area.
Est. 2009 by Clare & Patrick Robert.
Orchard House Medical Adult Day Center is making "aging in place" a viable option for adults who wish to remain with their families and in their communities.