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Questions Arise over BOE Candidate Jason Auerbach’s Collegial Nature

“These guys have been very diligent about campaigning and put a friendly face on it and talk about voter choice and make people think they’re on the voters side, but I think the real story behind Mr. Auerbach and by extension, Peter Sherr, is there is something more malicious going on.” – James Waters, Greenwich Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Board of Ed May Consent to Town Litigation of 2003 Lighting Restrictions for GHS Fields

An item has been added by Peter Sherr to Thursday night’s Board of Education meeting agenda to take up the possibility of litigating a 2003 agreement concerning lighting of fields at Greenwich High School. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich PTA’s to RTM, BET: Release Allocated Funds for New Leb, Avoid Forced Redistricting

“The State’s response to our failure to uphold the agreement is to force redistricting. This is currently being discussed in Fairfield and West Hartford. If redistricting is enforced, the Town of Greenwich would be required to cross-town bus approximately 900 students at a minimum estimated expense of $1,500,000 per year for transportation alone. In addition our neighborhood schools would be lost which would impact all residents’ property values.” – PTA Council executive board and 12 additional PTA executive boards Continue Reading →

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Newly Formed Greenwich Coalition for Student Health & Achievement to Host Third Board of Education Debate

Kathleen Stowe, Jason Auerbach, Peter Bernstein, Meghan Olsson and Peter Sherr, candidates for Board of Education. Oct 11, 2017 Photo: Leslie Yager

The third of three debates for Board of Education is being organized by an offshoot of the Start School Later Greenwich group named the Greenwich Coalition for Student Health & Achievement. Meanwhile steps are being taken to accommodate athletes traveling to away games and the district is sourcing additional fields where night lighting is allowed. Continue Reading →

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