The Celentano Sentinel, the first student-run, city-wide New Haven newspaper hits newsstands today! Part of the New Haven Student Journalism Project, Coop Arts and Humanities High School students Zanira Abubakar, Amanda Aponte, Ervin Simmons, Taisha Lopez, Nikita Chebro, Jessica Hughes, Imani Manick-Highsmith, and Amber Fuquharson spent the semester mentoring Celentano Museum School students, grades K-8, through the brainstorming, interviewing, writing, and editing process. The product is a beautiful, professionally-designed publication with stories ranging from economic analysis, reflections on sports teams, opinions on school uniforms, and advice from student peers. Thank you to all the New Haven community members who supported the paper!
Click the thumbnails below to read the Sentinel (split into three parts due to file size).
3,500 copies of The Celentano Sentinel are available at the following locations:
- Stop & Shop (Whalley)
- Community Action Agency of New Haven
- Start Bank (Whalley & Grand Ave)
- New Haven Public Library
- New Haven Reads
- New Haven City Hall
- Peabody Museum
A publication party will take place at the Celentano Museum School library from 3:30-4:30pm today. Featured guests include the Mayor John DeStefano, reporters from the New Haven Independent, community leaders from Start Bank and New Haven Reads, and Celentano parents, teachers, and staff members. Grab your copy of the Celentano Sentinel and read all about it!