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Special Ed Parents Voice Mistrust, GEA President Says Teachers Sob in the Parking Lot

The Board of Education were concerned that the special education budget has gone over by $1.3 million. Special Education parents said didn’t trust the independence of the consultants Key 2 Ed. The president of the teachers union said staff are not adequately trained, that teachers are being physically injured by students on a regular basis and that students aren’t getting the services they deserve. Continue Reading →

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GHS Opportunity Block Rules Relaxed, Students Launch ClubSource Website

On Tuesday at 2:45pm, GHS headmaster Ralph Mayo came over the PA system to announce, “All seniors may leave their last period class at this time. Other students should remain in their classes unless they have an email from a teacher saying they can be excused.” Continue Reading →

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Back to School in Greenwich: Slow Down and Obey Drop-Off and Pick-up Procedures

Greenwich Schools open on Wednesday, Aug  28 for incoming students in grade 6 and 9 (Grade 6&9 Orientation – Early Release). Schools open for all students on Thursday, Aug 29 for all students. As the summer ends and the school year begins Greenwich Police will be increasing traffic enforcement in and around schools in Greenwich. Drivers are reminded to slow down, pay attention, and obey the traffic laws. Drivers can be fined $470 for passing a stopped school bus. Continue Reading →

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Meet Greenwich Schools Communications Director Sasha Houlihan

“As a product of Greenwich Schools I see firsthand how much teachers and administrators, parents and coaches care about the students. I was really excited to apply to this role. And thrilled to get it.” – Sasha Houlihan, director of communication for Greenwich Schools Continue Reading →

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On Busing Question, Eagle Hill Students Are Happy For Now

BOE member Meghan Olsson was the first to push back on the administration’s recommendation to deny busing to Greenwich students who attend Eagle Hill School. She said Eagle Hill parents just learned in June their children would be losing their bus service in September because more than 50% of them live outside Connecticut. Continue Reading →

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