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  • New Haven's Dual-Language School

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Latest News at JCD

04 February 2023
Tuesday, February 14th will be a full dress down day. For $2.00, students are encouraged to wear shades of Valentine's colors. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of our new husky mascot costume.                                     ...
31 January 2023
Mark your calendar! Get ready to dance! The PTO's annual Valentine's Dance will be held on Friday, February 10th. We look forward to sharing the love with our community!  ...
28 January 2023
If you are interested in applying to John C. Daniels for the 2022-2023 school year. Please view our presentation for an overview of our programming. CLICK HERE FOR PRESENTATION  ...
22 January 2023
Parent-Teacher Conferences will take place on Wednesday, February 1st. This is an early dismissal day. Conferences will occur from 1:15-3:15 and 4:00-6:00. Many teachers are using digitial sign-ups to schedule meeting times. CLICK HERE for access to available SignUp Genius links...

Upcoming Events

17 Feb
Early Dismissal
Date 02.17.2023
20 Feb
NO SCHOOL - February Recess
02.20.2023 - 02.21.2023
17 Mar
Early Dismissal
03.17.2023
6 Apr
Early Dismissal
04.06.2023
7 Apr
10 Apr
NO SCHOOL - April Recess
04.10.2023 - 04.14.2023
29 May

Inspired by Our Children, Dual-Language and The Arts

John Daniels School of International Communication was the first school in New Haven to use a Dual Language model of instruction. All students K-8 learn in English and Spanish with an opportunity to add Mandarin through a world language model in grades 5-8. Our challenging, curriculum and emphasis on respect of diversity prepares our students to be life-long learners in our multicultural world.

Through the incorporation of four elements of our International Communication magnet theme focus in all subject areas, John C. Daniels School of International Communication aims to expand students’ knowledge about the world’s diverse countries, people and languages so that they are equipped and empowered to communicate with each other and across cultures. Students are provided with multiple and varied opportunities, based on CT state standards and NHPS curriculum including the use of technology, to apply their knowledge and skills in connecting with people around the world.

All grade levels focus on four broad themes throughout the year.

Our Themes

  • The World in My Backyard (a study of heritage and diversity)

    This unit is designed to answer the fundamental human question, “Who are we and where did we come from?” It is a study of families and heritage as well as immigration. Students learn about the cultures and histories that are represented in their classrooms and in the world around us through interviews, biographies, diaries and other personal interactions. 

  • Where in the World (a study of the world’s geography and natural resources)

    A geography theme that brings the physical dimensions of the world together with the human ones in a study of people, animals, places and the environment. Students build map and globe skills by learning about our planet, its resources, and how we communicate and interact with other places and people.

  • Stewards of our Planet (an environmental theme)

    During this unit, students begin to think about the big issues facing our planet: weather patterns, changing habitats, hunger and poverty, landfills and recycling, human rights and world health. Students learn that being a citizen of this world comes with responsibility and that everyone has the power to make a difference.

  • Around the World in 60 Days (an in-depth country-study)

    This last unit gives students the opportunity to investigate specific countries and cultures of the past and present with the intention of building an appreciation for diversity and pride in cultural traditions. Studies of a particular civilization will include categories such as geography, history, culture, demographics, education, arts and economics. 

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Contact

Main Office: 475-220-3600

Magnet Office: 475-220-3604

Fax: 475-220-3605

carroll.ryan@nhboe.net

 

 

Opening Hours

School Hours: 8:35 am – 2:50 pm

Pre-K Program: 8:35 am – 2:50 pm


Principal 
Tina Mitchell

Assistant Principal Yesenia Perez