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Greenwich Board of Education Green Lights GHS Lights Litigation

Board of Education special meeting, Nov 14, 2017

A public hearing at CMS on Tuesday night featured about 15 speakers, mostly in favor of litigation, followed by discussion among the BOE members on the pros and cons of launching litigation versus waiting to have more conversations with GHS neighbors. Continue Reading →

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With No End in Sight for GHS Fields Shortage and Lighting Restrictions, GCDS Enjoys “Friday Night Lights”

The good news is the gym floor at GHS is done and is beautiful. But, with daylight savings time around the corner, the squeeze on fields is tightening. Meanwhile GCDS brought in temporary lights for “Friday Night Lights” and had a blast. Continue Reading →

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Neighbors Slam BOE Proposal for Temporary Lighting on CMS Field; P&Z Says Come Back with More Details

At Tuesday night’s P&Z meeting, neighbors turned out with their objections to illuminating the field at CMS with temporary lights powered by generators. The superintendent and director of facilities for Greenwich Schools said they’d like to use the field for the GHS boys rugby team, which includes freshmen, JV and Varsity teams. A major concern was parents picking up students on Orchard Street where teens cut through an unlit path. 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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Central Middle School’s Theater Department Presents “13”

Geek. Poser. Jock. Beauty Queen. Wannabe. These are the labels that can last a lifetime. With an unforgettable rock score from Tony Award-winning composer, Jason Robert Brown, (Parade, The Last Five Years, Bridges of Madison County) 13 is a musical about fitting in – and standing out! Continue Reading →

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BOE Meeting: Digital Rollout, ADP Snafu, GHS Merit Scholars

At the February Board of Education meeting, Julia Bunte-Mein and Blake Reinken gave updates on student government projects including the battle against litter, and efforts on recycling, upcoming blood drive and changes to the snack selection at Cardinal Cafe. Reinken is advocating for later school start times, given that high schoolers are sleep deprived and up before dawn. Dr. McKersie delivered the good news that all 15 National Merit Semi-Finalists advanced to Finalists. Ben Branyan delivered the troubling news that ADP has so far failed to coordinate software with MUNIS on Greenwich Schools payroll project. Continue Reading →

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