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Youth Community Emergency Readiness Team Camp - FREE

Meriden Youth Services and Meriden Department of Health has teamed up for a second summer to offer a free Summer Youth Community Emergency Readiness Team Camp.  The camp will run from August 17th - 21st and will provide free transportation, lunch and camp supplies.  The camp is offered to only 15 teens from the ages 14 to 17 years old.  Click here for more information including the application.

Congratulations to the Top Ten Students of the Class of 2015!

The following students are the Class of 2015 Top Ten Scholars : Emmely Rogers, Tessa Pedevillano, Martha Gancarz, Joseph Ludemann, Daniel Little, Emily Stratton, Wesley Schlett, Alyssa Infante, Shannon McEnerney,and  Ramah Barmo. The Top Ten students will be honored at The Project Excel Banquet on June 10th at the Aqua Turf Club.

2015 Developing Tomorrow's Professionals Announced

The following Platt High School students were selected into Developing Tomorrow's Professionals : Daniel Urena, Joshua Robinson,,William Birdine and Juwan Torres. These young men will begin their journey during May, visiting the Whalley Sample Shop in New Haven, then the DTP Orientation, followed by ten Mentoring Academic Saturday's at SCSU over the summer. The selection process was extremely difficult again this year with many students showing potential.

Project Excel Underclassman Awards

Platt High School is proud to announce this year's Project Excel Underclassman reciepients.  Grade 11: Lucas Mann, Stephanie Nieves, Zurisadai Quinones, Alexandria Richards, Kyle Robinson, Jonathan Velasquez; Grade 10: Kathryn Filippides, Ronald Jackson, Sydney Leach, Olgui Quiles, Joshua Robinson, Ashley St. Pierre, Jennifer Torres; Grade 9: Caroline Gonzalez, Eriks Lopez, Jacob Parker, and Alfred Wimbish.  Click here to view pictures for the ceremony

National Honor Society Announces New Members

The Platt High School Faculty Council wishes to congratulate the following students who have been selected for membership in the Anna T. Doyle Chapter of National Honor Society.  To be selected for membership in NHS, a student must demonstrate excellence in four areas: academics, character, service, and leadership. The following students are this year's selection: Tristan Arjavich, Kayzia Cividanes, Sophia Corey, Paige DeLuca, Hayley Dudley, Melony Edwards, Sydney Fogarty, Rachel Greenberg, Emily Kelly, Angelique Lopez, Karissa Massicott, Matthew Mordarski, Sierra Pettway, Emmely Rogers, Edwin Roman, Allison Salafia, Jacqualyn Townsend and Destiny West. Congratulations to all students who were considered for membership! Juniors who have not been selected at this time will be eligible again in their senior year if they maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Ms. Kelly Roman - 2015 Platt High School Teacher of the Year

Ms. Roman's accomplishments are truly an inspiration for all students and teachers. Please join the Platt family in congratulating Ms. Roman on this very prestigious and well-deserved award!

All Eastern Honors Music Festival

This year's All Eastern Honors Music Festival was hosted in Rhode Island. Thousands of students tried out from districts and states all over the east coast and only a fraction of them make the ensembles. Congratulations to Nathan Remillard for being selected and performing with the All Eastern Honors Choir! You made Platt proud!

Attention Seniors - Order your Yearbook Now - Limited Supplies Available.

As of May 1st Yearbooks can only be purchased by cash to Mrs. DiPace in Room 215.  Any question contact Mrs. DiPace at [email protected].

Media Center Book Catalog Database

The Platt High School Media Center has a new book catalog database system.  Click here to find books that will help you with all your educational needs.  This book catalog can be access from home making anytime/anywhere learning at your fingertips.

Attention All 9th Grade Students and Parents - Physical Requirement

All 9th grade students are required to have a physical to enter 10th grade. Any physical dated from May1st 2014 will fulfill this obligation.  Physicals must be handed in by the first day of school. Any student without the required physical will be sent home and not allowed to return until the physical is handed in. Physicals can be done at school in The Community Health Center School Based Health Center. Enrollment forms are available on line or in the nurse’s office. Call the nurses office at 235-7962 ext 117 for any questions. 


O&G Industries awarded CCIA 2014 Community Service Award

We are pleased to announce that O&G Industries has been awarded the CCIA 2014 Community Service Award for the Platt Builds Program, and will be presented with it at the 2014 Annual Meeting and Holiday Reception to be held December 3, 2014 at the Aqua Turf.   CONGRATULATIONS! 

PHS Shine in CMEA Southern Region Ensemble

PHS Fine Arts Department are thrilled to announce that Platt has 9 students that made a CMEA Southern Region ensemble. Amy Cerbie (soprano), Jasmine McLeish (alto), Edyn Zapata (bass) and Nathan Remillard (bass) will all be performing in the choir while Sydney Fogarty (french horn), Joseph Ludemann (euphonium), Matthew Mordarski (tenor sax) and Jonathan Noxon (tuba) will be performing in the band. Also, for the first time in decades, a string student from Meriden has made the orchestra - Julia Kudewicz (upright bass). Congratulations to all these students on their efforts and accomplishment! 

Meriden Awarded Nellie Mae Foundation Grant

We are thrilled to announce that the Meriden Public Schools has received a 20-month - $450,000 grant from the Nellie Mae Education Foundation to help redesign our high school learning environments!  Meriden was selected as one of seven districts in New England through this highly competitive grant process.  Together, we will be working to create blended learning environments that embrace online, student-centered and experiential learning.  This highly prestigious award recognizes the commitment and dedication of our high school staffs, district leaders, and supportive Board of Education.

Fox News Features Platt High School  - Bring Your Own Device 

Platt Students and Teacher on Radio Discussing "BYOD"  - Click here to hear the interview

Platt Students win Student Voices in Education Reform.  Watch Video Here