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Interim Schools Chief Ralph Mayo Asks Parents and Staff to “Let Go and Move On”

On Wednesday at the RMA Ralph Mayo said, “I’m not retiring and I’m not leaving the school district.” On Friday he wrote to parents and staff a request for them to accept the Board of Education’s decision to hire Dr. Toni Jones who is currently the superintendent of Fairfield. Continue Reading →

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Mayo and Schools Principals Share a Glimpse into 21st Century Greenwich Schools Classrooms

Superintendent Ralph Mayo along with principals Marc D’Amico, Jill Flood, Jason Goldstein gave a talk about personalized learning in Greenwich Schools. The administrators were introduced by BOE chair Peter Bernstein. Continue Reading →

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Municipal and Schools Budgets Proposed for FY ’19-20, Public Comments Focus on Turf, Ice Rink

On Thursday night Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei presented his recommended budget for the fiscal year starting July 1, 2019 and ending on June 30, 2020 to the BET. Ralph Mayo presented the proposed public school budget. During a 90 minute public hearing many residents urged the BET not to include funds for artificial turf, and to fund a new Hamill Rink. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Schools Convocation Kicks off with Standing Ovation for Ralph Mayo

There was much energy in the air at convocation which was held in the GHS performing arts center on Monday morning. Speakers included Ralph Mayo, Peter Bernstein, student government president Alexander Kosyakov, GEA president Carol Sutton, and CT Teacher of the Year Program Michele Giorlando DeRosa.
The event concluded with a keynote address from motivational speaker, Eric Sheninger Continue Reading →

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BOE to Superintendent: Slice “Opportunity Block” to Half Hour

Without a full 45 minute opportunity block, it will not be possible to offer students a full credit course at the end of the school day. The BOE advised the administration to devise a structured 30 minutes for students who are not excused for sports or school sanctioned activity so that they don’t just leave school early. Continue Reading →

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Letter: I wonder where current elected officials stand on national issues

“Our only hope is you, me, us, standing together – becoming informed and voting – for what is decent and fair for all. The 2018 election, although not Presidential, is crucial.” – Monica Prihoda, RTM Old Greenwich District 6 Continue Reading →

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