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 →
After some angry voices during the public hearing, Dr. Toni Jones was given glowing reviews from six board members. Two board members said they’d prefer a one year contract extension instead of two, in order not to “tie the hands” of new members of the board in the fall. Continue Reading →
Girl Scouts of all ages and their families met seven elected women at an outdoor event held at the YWCA of Greenwich including Livvy Floren, Alex Kasser, Beth Krumeich, Karen Kowalski, Katherine LoBalbo, Lauren Rabin, and Kathleen Stowe. Continue Reading →
Concerns include breaking cohorts and lack of instructional space. Continue Reading →
“What we need to do is instruct and guide the Superintendent who is still new and doesn’t really understand the context of Greenwich. Sean (Sean O’Keefe, COO) is even newer and doesn’t understand the context of Greenwich…We need to guide our new employees who may not understand the dynamic in Greenwich and what is accepted.” – Peter Sherr Continue Reading →
In a “sense of the meeting,” all eight BOE members supported a policy for the academic year that provides students the option to take all their 4th marking period classes pass fail in lieu of letter grades. Continue Reading →
Passions were high during the public comment portion of the BOE meeting where several men, mostly coaches and teachers, spoke in favor of synthetic turf. The BOE voted 6-1-1 in favor of Option 4. Continue Reading →
The special Cardinal Field committee agreed unanimously on a design, but Architect Russ Davidson split it into two phases because he said there are elements that require Wetlands Review that could slow down the whole project. Others disagreed. Continue Reading →
About 100 athletes in Cardinal red came out to support of moving forward with updating Cardinal Stadium. The GAF pledged $1,000,000 toward the stadium upgrades. Continue Reading →
There are three Democratic candidates for two seats – Gaetane Francis (incumbent), Christina Downey and Karen Hirsh.
The other candidates – Republicans Joe Kelly and Karen Kowalski are assured spots on the board. Continue Reading →