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Tesei Shares Ideas with RMA to Make Downtown Greenwich More of a Destination

First Selectman Peter Tesei’s visions for Greenwich include upgrading public infrastructure and public-private partnerships to make Greenwich Plaza gateway, open up the waterfront and upgrade Roger Sherman Baldwin Park. Continue Reading →

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BOE Chair Peter Sherr Shares Vision for Future of Greenwich Schools

Board of Education Chair Peter Sherr addressed the Retired Men’s Association  on Wednesday. Some of the topics he covered were collaborative learning and personalized learning vs ‘factory model of education.’ He also talked about state funding and state mandates. But first, Mr. Sherr shared the story of his own education. He said his parents married and had children while still in college, but managed to go on to masters degrees in Business and English respectively in the early 1960s. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich’s DPW Commissioner to Speak at RMA on Jan 4

Siebert and some of her department heads will talk about current and planned business in front of her department. Public Works includes responsibility for construction, development, maintenance of the physical properties in town except the schools. Free and open to the public. Begins promptly at 11:00am at First Presbyterian Church. Continue Reading →

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RMA Speaker Series to Feature Andy Bramante: “Teaching High School Students to Excel in Science Research”

Everyone wants to know the secret of the phenomenal success of a sports coach whose team wins championships year after year. Meet another kind of coach, Andy Bramante, a Greenwich High School science teacher who mentors and inspires students through the challenging and exciting process of carrying out original science research projects. Continue Reading →

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