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NEW HAVEN >> When the Foote School, tucked away in a lush part of the city near Yale University on Loomis Place, celebrated its centennial last year, generations of families from the private school’s community came to celebrate. Riding that high on community, leaders at the school suspended classes Thursday for an all-hands-on-deck “Service Day” emphasizing multiple community service projects benefiting the local and global community.
“Service learning has for a long time, in some form or another, been a component of the Foote experience,” said Andy Bromage, the school’s director of communications.