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Using Hamden Public Schools Facilities
Hamden Public Schools has great facilities - who wouldn't want to use them? :-) On occasion, the Hamden Public Schools Board of Education allows outside groups to use our facilities for designated purposes. To find out more or to apply, review the links below:
Hamden Public Schools tries to act in a way that is environmentally conscious and has thus implemented several initiatives to help preserve our environment and promote " going green." We will continue to look for more ways to save energy and our environment as we move ahead.
Energy Conservation Program: Cenergistics
Hamden has partnered with an energy conservation program to help our schools and staff minimize our use of electricity, gas and other commodities, helping the environment and our budget. Find out more about our energy-conservation collaboration with Cenergistics.
Through the GREEN CLEANING PROGRAM IN SCHOOLS (CT PUBLIC ACT 09-81), the State of Connecticut requires that each local and regional board of education implement a green cleaning program for all school buildings and facilities in its district.Hamden Public Schools is committed to the implementation of this law by providing the staff and, upon request, the parents and guardians of each child enrolled in each school with a written statement of the school district’s green cleaning program as well as making it available on its website annually.
Hamden Middle School Solar Cell Array
Have you ever seen the roof of Hamden Middle School from the air? If you had, you'd know that it's covered with solar panels! Click HERE to see the power production of our solar power generating system.
Hamden High School Fuel Cell
Hamden High School's fuel cell provides heating and electricity for much of HHS (and saves the town money each year)! It now lives in this container behind Hamden High. The fuel cell is now showing its school spirit- its colors and purpose are something of which we can all be proud!
According to Connecticut General Statute Sec. 10- 220(d), all public schools must inspect and evaluate the indoor air quality in school buildings every five years. This required inspection and re-evaluation of indoor air quality includes evaluation of radon gas.
The Town of Hamden commissioned a study to better understand the current physical conditions of West Woods School, Alice Peck School, Shepherd Glen School and the Central Administration building. The purpose of the study was to inform us about essential improvements to these facilities and to make recommendations for renovations or new construction. Read the Feasibility Study Report