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Author: Linda Conner Lambeck

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Bridgeport school board candidates make their case

Bridgeport – The six candidates for four open seats on the city school board were recently asked to talk about what they see as challenges for the district, their goals, and a little about themselves.
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Bridgeport Public Education Fund’s fall event

Bridgeport – Registration is now open for the Bridgeport Public Education Fund’s Annual Fall Event. The program this year will feature Lisa M. Borders, chair of the Coca-Cola Foundation and vice
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So you want to be a Bridgeport school board member?

BRIDGEPORT – Six candidates vying for three Democratic slots for Board of Education on the November ballot were asked who they are, what they would change and what they like about the district. Three,
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Kelleher quits Bridgeport BOE

BRIDGEPORT – Democrat Jacqueline Kelleher has resigned from the city school board leaving a vacancy on the nine-member panel three months before the November election. In a letter to the board dated
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Bridgeport’s Back to School Bash

BRIDGEPORT – Not to dampen your summer, but school is around the corner. A Back to School Bash and Community Fair will be held Saturday, August 15, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Barnum School, 495
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A quick recap of Bridgeport school construction projects

Bridgeport – There is a whole lot of construction activity going on around the city this summer. Here is a quick recap. A new Longfellow school – Good news, bad news. Good news is that steel is going
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Bridgeport Public Schools Convocation set

BRIDGEPORT – The city school system is already gearing up for its annual convocation. It will be held 8:30 a.m., Wednesday, August 26 at Webster Bank Arena. The program is a welcome back for staff and
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Aiming for baskets and character in Bridgeport summer camp

  BRIDGEPORT – For the past three weeks at Curiale School and Harding High School, a three week summer camp has been staged that is one part basketball and three parts character development. The
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Shelton school board to interview for principal openings

Shelton – The city school board will hold a special meeting next week to interview candidates for principal at Booth Hill School and possibly Mohegan School. The meeting is set for 7:30 p.m.,
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Connecticut student historians celebrated

Hartford – An exhibition featuring projects created by History Day in Connecticut student historians will open to the public on Saturday, July 18 with an opening reception taking place from 1 – 4 p.m.
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