Kind News 67 Norwich Essex Tpke, East Haddam, CT06423 Kind News is an award-winning nationally circulated children's scholastic newspaper that works to engender reading and…More writing habits in schoolchildren across the country. A division of The United States Humane Society, the newspaper reaches more than one million children each year. It functions as a cross-curricular classroom teaching tool, as well as fostering positive character traits in its readers. Kind News is available in three editions: a primary edition for grades K - 2, junior edition for grades 3-4, and senior edition for grades 5-6, all featuring age-appropriate material.
Equilibrium Gallery 11 Scovil Rd, Higganum, CT06441 Equilibrium Gallery is a specialty art gallery that offers a range of events and is a working studio of artists Ralph…More Levesque and Lorraine Riess, who focus on contemporary and mixed media art. It hosts many events, including literary events, workshops, speakers, music performances, art shows and more. Check its website for details on upcoming events or for information on pieces in the gallery.
Franklin Academy 106 River Rd, East Haddam, CT06423 The campus of this six-dorm boarding and day college prep school for girls and boys in grades 9-12 with non-verbal…More learning disabilities and Asperger's Syndrome is nestled in a hilly area near Gillette Castle State Park. There is a dining hall, athletic fields, library, media center and workout area on the 75-acre property. The curriculum is geared toward the special learning styles of these students, which is characterized by substandard time management skills, trouble organizing, fine motor difficulties and hardships with abstract conceptual reasoning.
Nathan Hale-Ray Middle School 73 Clark Gates Rd, Moodus, CT06469 This newly built middle school on a woodsy ridge in the village of Moodus replaced the old Ray School on Plains Road in…More 2008. With 27 classrooms and two wings, this large educational facility has a leading-edge media lab, two computer rooms and large gym. It is named for Coventry native and American hero Nathan Hale and Frederick L. Ray, who upon his death in 1926 left a half-million dollars to improve vocational education in the town of East Haddam.