The Greenwich High School class of 2021 was able to enjoy a live graduation.
“We have the rare opportunity to experience everything in our lives as though it is for the first time. So go and make your firsts.” – Meredith Blanchard, Class of 2021 president Continue Reading →
Dr. Greg Kramer relented and said two London Plane trees in the way of the proposed access road could be removed. Continue Reading →
“The school looks barren and bleak, and someone referred to its style as ‘modern day penitentiary,’ for lack of replacing trees. We can work together to solve these problems, but we must address safety and access first.” – Elizabeth Dempsey, Hillside Rd Continue Reading →
“We expect to see lots of changes between now and June. I am very optimistic that we can be outside and have gatherings that we couldn’t have at the end of last year.” – Dr. Toni Jones, Greenwich Schools Superintendent Continue Reading →
Wednesday was an unseasonably mild day, perfect for a groundbreaking ceremony for the upgrades at Greenwich High School’s Cardinal Stadium. Continue Reading →
Watch Greenwich Athletic Foundation Co-President and former GHS Football player Robert Burton, Jr. discuss sports in Greenwich Live Tuesday night on Facebook. Rob Burton Jr.
Tune in Tuesday, Feb 23 at 8:00pm with Rob and Board of Education member Joe Kelly on Facebook. Go to Joe’s Facebook page: joe.kelly.7334 for his weekly webcast. “So much to discuss including the Cardinal Stadium bleachers, sports streaming, maybe even a field house in Greenwich?” the GAF said in a Facebook post. Continue Reading →
Six candidates for State Representative were asked about multiple issues ranging from funding state infrastructure to taxes, and from Black Lives Matter to abortion. Continue Reading →
Concerns include breaking cohorts and lack of instructional space. Continue Reading →
On Wednesday at Greenwich’s public safety complex on Bruce Place the Greenwich Republican Town Committee (RTC) sprung for a visit from the Joey B’s food truck in a gesture of gratitude to first responders following Tropical Storm Isaias. Continue Reading →
“One of the comments made on a webinar this week was that we have amazing health professionals guiding us in Covid – epidemiologist at the state level, and if we’re going to listen to those specialists when they tell us to close schools? Why are they ignoring their advice when they tell us to open?- Dr. Toni Jones Continue Reading →