Happy Holidays from MSOE!!!

We are delighted to share this great news!!!  Our former student Emily Bai’s artwork, a beautiful picture of colorful leaves falling from an autumn tree was chosen to be on the cover of the Hamden Public Schools Calendar! Congratulations Emily!


Emily Bai 1

Professional Development Day

20150428_121210_resized 20150428_121244_resized 20150428_121621_resized 20150828_102500_resized_1 20150828_161049_resized 20150828_161059_resized 20150828_161634_resized 20150828_161852_resizedOur faculty and staff participated in our annual professional development training in which they had some rigorous and intense course work and re-certification classes as well as some great team building and bonding exercises…Like Zumba!

Kindergarten Transition Program

The MSOE Kindergarten Transition Program will start in July and run through October of the new school year.

Kindergarten Camp – (K-Camp)

K-Camp is a major component of MSOE’s overall transition program.  This focused based program is provided to the MSOE graduates.  The graduates are introduced to the scholastic and social environment that they will encounter in their new schools and kindergarten classrooms.  They learn the new structures of kindergarten such as routines and class schedules as well as math, language, literacy, numeracy, in addition to creative, personal, and social skills.

MSOE Graduation

GraduationMSOE Graduation will take place on Friday, June 26, 2015 at the Amistad Academy on 130 Edgewood Avenue at 10:00 AM. At 9:30 AM, weather permitting, the children will march from MSOE to Amistad Academy.   All families and their friends are invited to attend. PARENTS: Due to the joyous celebration, ALL STUDENTS have early dismissal at 12 noon.

This year 13 of our preschoolers are completing the program and going to kindergarten. In past years, MSOE graduates have attended kindergarten in a variety of charter, public, and private schools.  Graduation is always a joyous event for the MSOE community.  Light refreshments will be served.

Greater Dwight Development Corporation After-School Program Has Begun

Montessori After School ProgramsGreater Dwight Development Corporation in conjunction with MSOE  is currently accepting application for a new after-school program in its recently renovated space.  Children will spend two and a half to three hours a day after school, from 3 to 5:30 PM, in a project-based program that will foster growth in the areas of literacy, math, science and critical thinking.  They have nourishing snacks when they arrive and then work in groups on projects in areas of interest. The children develop skills in working together and helping each other. There is also time allotted for outdoor exercise, homework and reading.

The After School Teacher works closely with parents and school teachers to assist each child in areas in which they need special help.  Computers are available for homework help, and students will be able to use age-appropriate educational websites, such as Khan Academy  The goal of the program is to foster independent learners who know how to find help when they need it.

New Haven has rich resources in the arts and sciences, such as the Peabody Museum, Yale Art Gallery, British Art Center, Yale Repertory theater, etc.  The After School program will integrate these resources into the program for enrichment.  Activities will foster creativity and stimulate an active interest in experimenting with new materials and ideas.

City’s Smallest Graduates Take Big Steps Forward

Read the article from the New Haven Independent.

Chocolate lovers from New Haven to Westbrook are in for a treat

Read the article from the New Haven Register.

“Class Of 2027” Graduates

Read the article from the New Haven Independent.

Top of Page