Seniors and their families paraded through Hamden Hall’s Whitney Avenue parking lot earlier this week in decorated vehicles as faculty and staff cheered them on during the school’s first-ever Senior Send-off Car Parade.
Hamden Hall Latin students have been participating in Latin Day for decades – so while this year’s event may not have included 1,500 of their peers from other school systems, it did indeed involve events, contests, and a parade of Lumpies!
The seventh annual MayFest may not have been live from the Skiff Street Athletic Complex, but it did indeed entertain as usual and packed four hours of the arts into two virtual sessions – with an encore scheduled for Friday night!
Seniors in our Class of 2020 were surprised last week to see a yellow Hamden Hall school bus pull up outside of their homes. To their further surprise, off stepped Academic Dean Kim Porto bearing a lawn sign with the student’s name and photo. Bus driver John Fabrizio, also known as “Fab,” our Director of Transportation, clapped and cheered in the background for each graduate.
Originally intended to be the premier song in the Middle and Upper School Spring Concert, the Kenyan song Jambo has been transformed into a virtual choral presentation the likes of which are so indicative of the times we are in.
With teachers working harder than ever in their virtual classrooms, the Hamden Hall Development Team designed a feel-good initiative that corresponds with National Teacher Appreciation Week, which started on Monday, May 4, and concludes Friday, May 8.
Connectivity during these socially distant times is so important and exactly why community-building events and programming are woven into Hamden Hall's distance learning model currently in place for students at all levels.
Hamden Hall’s Math Team earned second place among the 19 teams that participated in the Greater New Haven Math League's 2019-2020 competition season. The team just wrapped up its fifth and final contest and will now head to the state meet.
From music and dance performances to an animated video depicting the legend of the monster, Nian, all three assemblies Friday celebrated the Chinese New Year and provided insight on China’s oldest traditional festival.
Hamden Hall Country Day School is a nurturing and inclusive community with a dynamic learning environment that promotes academic excellence by understanding each child and fostering their individual growth.