BOE Gives the Green Light to Hot Lunch Program at LHK
Without a commercial kitchen, students at Lee H Kellogg School have had to brown bag it to school every day, until now. Beginning in October of 2020, hot lunches will be available to all Kellogg students for purchase. Lunches will be ordered each morning, prepared at the HVRHS kitchen and delivered hot and fresh to Kellogg students at lunch time. Many families will be pleased to learn that their child may be eligible for free or reduced price meals. The application process for free and reduced meals is completely confidential and more info will be available soon. We hope that this program will make a difference for Kellogg students and families. Please check out our lunch page for menus and more info.
Kellogg School welcomes new language arts teacher, Christine Dascanio.
Ms. Dascanio is joining us from Norwich Public Schools where she taught grades four through eight. During her time in Norwich she was greatly committed to closing the achievement gap and teaching students how to advocate for themselves. She hopes to share her commitment to social justice with her students at Kellogg. Christine holds a B.A in English from Eastern Connecticut State University and a M.Ed in Elementary Education from University of New Haven. When not teaching, Christine loves to write poetry, see live music, and constantly rearrange her furniture.
Kellogg School welcomes new social studies teacher, Eliza Paolucci.
Ms. Paolucci is a graduate of Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. She also has a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Science degree in Secondary Education from Bridgeport University . She has two years of experience in public schools in CT, teaching high school students.