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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

Connecticut Experiential Learning Center Receives Award from Heifer International

CT Experiential Learning Center Receives Ark Award from Heifer International

In looking toward the future and fulfilling its mission of ending hunger and poverty while caring for the Earth, Heifer International has charged itself with an ambitious goal: to end the hunger and poverty for four million families by 2020 by ensuring a living wage for all.

In support of this goal the Connecticut Experiential Learning Center (CELC) Middle School in Branford, CT raised $5,000.00 to help families in need around the globe through the gifts of livestock and education. Each student of CELC researched and sold sheep, goats, heifers, bees, rabbits and other livestock animals as alternative gifts to friends and family across Connecticut.

To recognize the achievement of these students, Dr. William Wernau (Heifer International Area Volunteer Coordinator) and Liz Ellis (Heifer International Community Engagement Coordinator) presented an Ark plaque to the school. [Read More…]