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CT Experiential Learning Center

Thinking About Middle School?

Find out about CT Experiential Learning Center

(CELC) Middle School

Informational Meeting

Thursday, 23 April from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

at CELC, 28 School Street (2nd floor) in Branford.

Meet the teachers and some of the current students, talk with parents, view a slideshow, and enjoy student-prepared, gourmet refreshments.

  RSVP mandm@CTExperiential.org or 203-433-4658.

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Come See us In Action!

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The Latest CELC Events

Support CELC and the CT Food Bank with Smoothies!

Drink a smoothie and raise money for CANstruction.

Tuesday, 21 April, Smoothie King (located at 845 West Main Street, Branford, CT) will generously donate 20% of profits to raise funds for CELC’s CANstruction Project for the Connecticut Food Bank. CELC hopes to purchase at least 5,000 cans to create our 6 x 6 x 10-foot entry can structure.

CELC Spirit Day and Smoothie King

Smoothie King Branford Supports CELC Middle School

Bring the attached coupon with you to Smoothie King Tuesday, 21 April – enjoy a delicious and healthful smoothie while supporting the CANstruction Project.
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News of the Week

CANstruction for the CT Food Bank

CELC’s CANstruction project gains momentum as students meet with architect Kyle Bradley of HH Purdy Architects. Decisions are made related to the types of cans that should be included as part of their colossal structure, which they will enter into the 2015 statewide CANstruction competition, sponsored by American Institute of Architects (AIA) in support of the CT Food Bank.

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This student/architect team designed and now plans to construct a “pie” chart made entirely of food cans, with a slice representing the percentage of people who go hungry in CT and another slice representing the amount of food waste. CELC students raised nearly $5,000.00 in sponsorships in order to purchase the thousands of cans required to build their intended design. [Read More…]