West Haven News

Posted on: February 28, 2018

Way to Go!

Way to Go Award Jon Capone (Small)

WEST HAVEN, Feb. 28, 2018 — Jonathan Capone, coordinator of the Unified Sports Program in West Haven, receives the Way to Go award Tuesday, Feb. 27, at West Haven High School from, from left, Lisa Francis, Cassandra Nieves, Jazmine Anchette and Viola Waldo on behalf of the West Haven Interagency Network for Children.

Capone, the high school’s athletic director, was nominated by the four members of the West Haven Parent Support Group for children with special needs for his “support and dedication in coordinating the Unified Sports Program and overseeing the many student volunteers and partner athletic teams and coaches.”

Capone is involved in soccer, basketball, track and the annual bowling tournament.

The Way to Go program honors teachers, therapists and coaches who go above and beyond to help children and establish better relationships with families and providers.

(City Photo/Robert S. Morton)

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