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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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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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Town Employees Recognized at Ceremony on the Back Terrace, Where once School Buses Dropped off GHS Students

Friday’s perfect weather and charming setting on the back terrace of Town Hall set the tone for the list of superlative town employees who were recognized for their good work in a recognition ceremony. Employees of the year were announced, as well as an excellence in safety honoree, a department of the year, and two surprise honorable mentions. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Board of Ed Endorse Later School Start Time, Ask Bus Consultant for a Little More Study

At New Lebanon School Tuesday night the Board of Education met to host another public hearing on school start time changes and hold a vote. While they did vote to endorse a later start time at Greenwich High School, they did not vote for option 11, but rather asked the School Bus Consultants to go back to the drawing board with a wish list that includes having all schools start between 8:00 and 8:45am. Continue Reading →

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Greening our Children: Facts Misrepresented to BOE on Organic Turf

“Our objective is not to advocate for any particular product, but simply to ensure an informed and transparent decision-making process. Based on what we heard last night, we see that the Turf Committee is not considering all the relevant data, and the facts have not been fairly presented to the Board.” – Alex Bergstein and Abby Levy of Greeningourchildren.org Continue Reading →

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