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New Lebanon School Grade 3 Teacher Selected for CT State Dept of Education 2025 Connecticut Teacher of the Year Program

During field day, as the 300+ students and their families gathered on the field looked on, puzzled, Principal Daniel Russo replaced an “incorrect” banner with a new one to reflect that third grade teacher Ana Maria Fals was the district’s selection for Connecticut State Dept of Education’s 2025 Connecticut Teacher of the Year Program! Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Schools Announces 2024 Community Service Awards

Greenwich Public Schools have announced that the 2024 Community Service Awards will be held on Wednesday, April 24, at 5:00pm at Greenwich High School’s Performing Arts Center to recognize student participation in service activities that help to improve both their school and the community. Continue Reading →

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International School at Dundee Students to Perform Aladdin Kids!

Based on the 1992 Disney film, this spectacular 30-minute musical designed for elementary school-aged performers, is directed by Cindy Busani, teaching artist for Open Arts Alliance, music directed by ISD music teacher and choir director, Dr. Sandra Heikel, and produced by the ISD PTA and a team of 5th grade parent volunteers. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Schools Boland Report: Lasting Disrepute, but No Evidence of Discrimination

In his report Dr. Jonathan Budd, GPS chief Human Resources Officer said the damage from Mr. Boland’s words, albeit inaccurate, caused the district, its employees, the Town and its residents came in the form of lasting disruption and disrepute. Continue Reading →

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Is Election Silly Season Creating a Stalemate on Superintendent Contract Renewal?

The BOE voted 4-4 down party lines on a one-year contract extension, Republicans voting yes for one year and Democrats voting no, preferring a 2-year extension. The motion failed to pass. On a motion to extend the contract for two years, there was another tie vote down party lines. That motion also failed to pass. BOE chair Joe Kelly announced he would not be seeking another term in the November election and that was more reason for the superintendent’s contract extension to be one year, not two. Continue Reading →

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Transportation Union Officials Address Greenwich BOE: “Disqualification of School Bus Driver Is Draconian”

“Nadia had her job taken away based on one alleged observation. No prior warning. No ability to defend herself. No hearing. No due process. Nothing. Nadia was treated like a second class citizen.” – Richard Davis, president of Transportation Workers Union Local 100 Continue Reading →

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