Dr. Toni Jones

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Riverside School Ceremony Honors Local Veterans, Past and Present

On Friday, November 11, 2022, Riverside School hosted its annual Veterans Day Ceremony to honor service men and women, both past and present. An annual tradition for the past 22 years, the school held an outdoor event on the front lawn attended by community officials, local veterans, Riverside School students, parents, and staff. The ceremony kicked off at 9:00am with opening remarks from Principal Christopher Weiss followed by the raising of the flag. Veteran James Harper, a Riverside School parent. Nov 11, 2022 Contributed photo

First Selectman Fred Camillo addressed the crowd at Riverside School while principal Christopher Weiss looks on. Continue Reading →

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At Hamilton Avenue School, the Most Used Outdoor Basketball Court in Greenwich is Resurfaced and Ready for Play

On Monday Greenwich Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones and Parks & Rec Director Joe Siciliano thanked Chickahominy Reunion Association for their donation to resurface the Hamilton Avenue School basketball court Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Congrats to the GHS Class of 2022: You’ve Got Grit!

“As we come out the other side of this mess, I think you are going to realize that you have developed something commonly known as grit. Grit, according to the Oxford Dictionary is courage, resolve strength and character.” – Bill Owens Continue Reading →

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English Language Arts Program Coordinator K-8 Appointed at Greenwich Schools

Paladino brings a wealth of experience as an educator, most recently as a literacy specialist at GPS’ New Lebanon School since August 2021, where she planned, delivered, and monitored progress of Tier 2 and Tier 3 remedial reading interventions and collaborated with administration, classroom teachers, and specialists on all literacy-related topics. Continue Reading →

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GHS Student Government Leaders Share Poignant Farewell at Final 2022 BOE Meeting

“For the past year, I have watched parents bicker back and forth, to the point where this room is physically split into two sections based based upon what agenda one supports….When discourse becomes more divisive than productive, or unified, then there is a problem.” – Kwame Boateng, GHS student body president Continue Reading →

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