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PHOTOS: GHS Class of 2021 Celebrates a Live Graduation on the Heels of Historic Pandemic

The Greenwich High School class of 2021 was able to enjoy a live graduation.
“We have the rare opportunity to experience everything in our lives as though it is for the first time. So go and make your firsts.” – Meredith Blanchard, Class of 2021 president Continue Reading →

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To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate Your Children against COVID: What are the Issues to consider?

“Our adult population in the country and in Connecticut remains under-vaccinated so we cannot attain herd immunity. The virus will continue to seek out our weakest links to survive. Please don’t let that be our children. I urge you to consider the facts and make your best judgement call.” – Dr. Stephanie Paulmeno, Public Health Promotion Specialist, Greenwich Department of Health Continue Reading →

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Covid Update: Tremendous Drop in Numbers, Myocarditis in a ‘Tiny Fraction’ of Young Men; Zero New Cases in Greenwich Schools

As of Tuesday there was just one Covid-19 patient at Greenwich Hospital. Superintendent Dr. Jones said it was the fourth week in the row that the number of active cases in Greenwich Schools was zero. Continue Reading →

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CMS 8th Grader: Anti-Vaccination propaganda is just plain wrong and even dangerous.

“Walking down Greenwich Avenue, my friends and I hear blaring rock music. I turn around and see a short black truck driving slowly in the street. On this truck, text saying “Wake Up”, “Do You Know the Risk?”, “Is it Worth Risking Unnecessary Side Effects?”, “Will You Fight Back?”, and “Is It Really Just a Mask?” flash up on a screen with images of the COVID-19 vaccines and the American flag behind them.” – Justin Bernstein, CMS grade 8 Continue Reading →

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