Dr. Sal Corda

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Greenwich’s Teacher of the Year Bridget Suvansri Lauded at Board of Education

Bridget Suvansri was selected from the 6 distinguished teachers by Greenwich Schools Superintendent Dr. Corda to be the Greenwich’s representative for the 2018 Connecticut Teacher of the Year. At the June Board of Ed Meeting, Dr. Corda sung Ms Suvansri’s praises. She also was presented an award from the Kiwanis Club’s Nick Edwards. Continue Reading →

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An Open Letter to the Greenwich Community from Interim School Superintendent Dr. Sal Corda

“Some members of the RTM made suggestions to reduce our budget. I applaud their willingness to make unpopular suggestions because they were for all of the right reasons. Obviously, I disagree with them, but I commend them for their willingness to do the hard thing. ” – Dr. Sal Corda, Interim Superintendent of Greenwich Public Schools Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Schools Chief Corda Comments on Hamilton Ave School Principal Departure

Rigling’s last day with the District will be June 30, 2017. Because Greenwich Schools superintendent, Dr. Jill Gildea won’t take over from interim superintendent Corda until July 1, the selection process for a new principal for Hamilton Avenue School is yet to be determined. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Schools Superintendent to Hartford: Denying Funds for Diversity School for Which it is Eligible is Unacceptable

“Redistricting was not selected as a viable option as it would create irrational school boundaries which would have to be redrawn every two or three years because of continually changing demographics in the district; necessitate busing large numbers of students and the reassigning of approximately 900 students, significantly increase annual transportation costs, and appreciably add to congestion and traffic emissions on the roads of Greenwich.” – Dr. Sal Corda Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Board of Ed Votes 5-3 in Favor of Implementing School Start Change for Fall 2017

A whopping 46 people, including many teenagers, signed up to speak for 3 minutes each at the Sept. 22 Board of Education meeting at North Mianus School. On the agenda was the issue of school start times. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Back to School GHS is a Bright Start Despite Light Rain

About 640 seniors streamed into the GHS performing arts center on the first day of school. Friends found each other and the air buzzed with excitement. Dr. Winters asked everyone to stand up and introduce themselves to someone they didn’t know. He also urged them to keep making new friends and participate in SRO, which is a great chance to make go beyond longstanding friend groups. Continue Reading →

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