Mauro Sheridan Interdistrict Magnet School

Mauro-Sheridan Interdistrict Magnet School for Science, Technology and Communications
191 Fountain Street New Haven, CT 06515
203-691-2800 FAX 203-946-7018


About Mauro-Sheridan

CT_MauroSheridan_VIDEO.mp4           Located in a state-of-the-art facility in the Westville area of New Haven, Mauro-Sheridan Science, Technology and Communications Interdistrict Magnet School emphasizes science, communication and technology. These magnet themes are embedded in a strong math and language arts program which integrates project-based learning throughout the curricula. As a NASA Explorer school students participate in distance learning activities with NASA specialists. A video production studio supports a student-produced daily news broadcast, and the applied technology/robotics lab engages students in exploring robotics, physics and math. In addition, students have access to a computer science lab, CLAB (Classroom lab), electronic music classroom, and science discovery room which provide learning opportunities for students that prepare them for success in an ever-changing technologically-advancing world.

           The school seeks to integrate school, home and community to foster academic excellence and social responsibility. As a Dr. James Comer School, Mauro-Sheridan employs the Comer Pathway Model to direct daily learning. The Comer Model is committed to working collaboratively with students, teachers, parents and community to provide a learning environment where all children can learn and develop to their maximum potential.

           The home-school connection in conjunction with our full time Family Educator is further supported through the school’s website where parents and students can access the weekly newsletter as well as up-to-date information about upcoming activities, student services, and teachers’ individual web pages highlighting classroom information, homework assignments to name a few.

            Students participate in a wide range of experiences to foster growth as critical thinkers and responsible citizens who appreciate all cultures and beliefs.

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