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Parents Urge BOE to Offer Healthier, More Appealing School Meals

A dozen parents testified that school lunches are unhealthy. There were assertions the menu is unreliable and amount to false advertising. The plea for healthier lunches is perennial, but now there is survey data and comments from parents. There are 20% of kids on free/reduced lunch, but there are also families willing to pay more for healthy food. Kids at GHS order food deliveries to the curb. Parents of grade schoolers and middle schoolers across town are dropping off lunch to their kids from places like Chipotle. Continue Reading →

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“New” New Lebanon School Set to Open After Winter Vacation; Community Open House Scheduled

New Lebanon School, Feb 21, 2018 Photo contributed Greenwich Schools

New Lebanon School will be providing two opportunities for the community to visit the new building and learn more about the New Lebanon School magnet program:

Community Open House – February 23, 10:00am

Magnet Program Open House – February 23, 1:00pm Continue Reading →

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Cos Cob School Students Reunite after Longest Ever Field Trip in Greenwich

On Wednesday morning, Cos Cob School students gathered in the auditorium and cheered as confetti fluttered through the air, marking the return of all students to the building following a flood in early October, 2018. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Schools Chief Apologizes for Election Day Parking Goof-Up at GHS

“We monitored the parking lot and called staff out of sessions to move their cars if they did park in voter-designated spaces. We also called in police officers to manage the traffic flow.” – Interim Superintendent Ralph Mayo Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Reads Together: “Code Girls” Author to Visit GHS

“GHS is thrilled to have Liza Mundy speak to our students next week,” said GHS Interim Headmaster Rick Piotrowski. “The author’s presence on campus provides a unique opportunity for students to deepen their understanding of the writing and research process and also discover previously unknown information about how American women secretly aided our country’s war efforts during World War II.” Continue Reading →

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New Lebanon School On Time and On Budget

According to chair of the building committee Steve Walko, the project remains on-time and on-budget. The temporary certificate of occupancy date remains December 24, 2018, with a projected move-in date of February 19, 2019, which is the first day after winter break. The project has received two reimbursements from the state to date totaling $8,214,311. Continue Reading →

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