WTNH features the Amity Regional High School Science Research Program on its, "What's Right With Schools."
A recent article published in the Orange and Woodbridge Town News stated that the Amity BOE voted not to return surplus to towns. This is the first of a 2-part article to answer common questions and clarify misconceptions about the Amity budget surplus. The second part will be published next month.
Channel 3 visited ARHS to ask questions about pollinators and spring gardening. Both Diana Isaacs and Mr. Malloy were interviewed, with each of them shining a positive light on Amity and our apiary program.
Click here to watch the news segment.
ARHS students participated in the CT-STEM Fair. Amity came away with 13 wins! Congratulations to Aiden Ahmed, Faryal Akbar, Anchal Bahel, Haseeb Chaudhry, Cindy Chen, Evelyn Chen, , Emily Gu, Youlmin Lee, Sophia Liu, Andie Napolitano, Edwin Sweeney, Molly Womer, and Henry Yang.
The Amity Farm, Garden, and Craft Club at AMS0 ran a Stockings for Soldiers drive during the month of December for the servicemen and women at the West Haven Veteran’s Hospital.
Amity Regional School District No. 5 has joined the Connecticut Green LEAF Schools program.
Connecticut Green LEAF Schools is a program of Connecticut Departments of Education, Energy and Environmental Protection, Administrative Services, and Public Health, in collaboration with more than thirty-five environmental and educational partners.
Connecticut Green LEAF helps schools to grow greener and focuses on “Leading, Educating, Achieving, and Fostering healthy, green schools for all.” There are three goals to the program including: providing effective environmental and sustainability education; improving the health and wellness of students and staff; and reducing environmental impact and cost.
Connecticut Green LEAF Schools is free and open to all K-12 schools, both public and private. Implementation starts with a letter of commitment from the school administration. The school then can complete a self-assessment of their “green” activities and goals. Schools receive support in meeting their goals, including webinars, lessons, and professional development.
All three schools in Amity Regional School District No. 5 have signed on to the Green LEAF program. All participating schools are recognized for their accomplishments. Schools that show substantial progress in greening their schools may be eligible for nomination for the U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon honor. To date, 13 schools and one district across the State have earned federal Green Ribbon recognition.
About Connecticut Green LEAF School Program
The Connecticut Green LEAF School program supports Connecticut schools in providing effective environmental and sustainability education, improving the health and wellness of their students and staff and reducing their environmental impact and costs. LEAF stands for “Leading, Educating, Achieving and Fostering green, healthy schools for all”. The program is a collaborative effort led by the Connecticut Departments of Administrative Services, Education, Energy and Environmental Protection and Public Health, along with other state educational and environmental organizations. The program celebrates and recognizes those Connecticut schools making progress toward sustainability. The Connecticut Green LEAF School program will also support the nomination of a select group of schools to the U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon School program. For more information, please visit