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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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Bocchino Says Thanks for the Memories, Bids Farewell

Steve Walko, Mike Bocchino and Scott Frantz at the new Lebanon School ground breaking, Dec 7, 2017 Photo: Leslie Yager

“Thank you for the opportunity to serve you. I will always treasure that time. I’d like to give special thanks to my family, especially my wife Shannon and my two sons, Michael and Sean, whose love and support over the years has meant more to me than anyone will ever know. Ladies and gentleman, Elvis has left the building.” – Mike Bocchino 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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Greenwich Delegation: New Lebanon School Construction Reimbursement Process Explained

“As you debate the Sense of the Meeting Resolution regarding the progress of the New Lebanon School construction, we offer the following factual explanation of the construction reimbursement process.” – Greenwich Delegation Continue Reading →

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Blankley: Do Not Hold New Lebanon School Hostage to the State Grant

“New Lebanon school has long been identified as the next major project in the BOE’s overall improvement plan and it is needed desperately. Overcrowding results in pre- K classes being pushed to another facility, classes being taken in hallways and no space for enrichment activities.” – John Blankley Continue Reading →

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