Treat us like you would treat anyone else. That was the message from Mark Cross, a student who graduated from our Therapeutic Day Program (TDP) last week and spoke during the high school ceremony.
With the snip of the scissors, a new world of educational opportunity opened for students, families and educators in western Connecticut at WorkspaceCT in Bethel on Monday, June 7. WorkspaceCT is operated by CES and Litchfield-based EdAdvance
CES and Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo have been awarded a grant to launch the Food for Thought program this summer to teach students and their families about the benefits of fresh, healthy food and how gardening and farming can enrich our lives.
The Connecticut State Department of Education and RESC Alliance have recognized Impact Educators from around the state who have excelled with Blended Learning projects.
Eric Nyquist has been appointed the next principal at the Regional Center for the Arts, a part-time arts magnet high school in Trumbull that is operated by CES. He is replacing Dr. Mark Ribbens, who retires at the end of June.
Six to Six Graduation 2021
Renowned composer works with RCA students
Well-known math specialist at workshop
Dental hygienist students visit DLC
Sunshine and happy faces on playground
Actress works with RCA students