Kate Guthrie is the director of Academic Services, Greenwich Education Group.

Greenwich parents seminar on “The New SAT”

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The Greenwich Education Group is coming to the rescue for parents of high school students who will be taking an entirely reworked SAT test this time next year. Partnering with the friendly Arch Street Teen Center the Greenwich Education Group will hold a seminar for parents entitled, “The New SAT and What It Means For […] [Read More]
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The Bruce Museum is offering a Family Studio Workshop on Sunday afternoon, March 29. from 1-3 p.m.

Bruce Museum Family Studio Workshop

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This Sunday afternoon the Bruce is welcoming fathers and mothers to bring their young families to a Family Studio Workshop to make Cut-out Creations with your family. Families can explore the process of making fine art together, while using quality art-making supplies and discussing current exhibitions. Suitable for all ages. The time is from 1- […] [Read More]
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Greenwich's Jane Condon is the guest speaer for the Retired Men's Association meeting on Wednesday April 1, at the First Presbyterian Church at 10:30 a.m.

Greenwich’s Jane Condon – RMA’s April Fool speaker

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If “comedy is simply another way of being serious,” as Retired Men’s Association (RMA) member Bernard Schneider quotes Peter Ustinov, “then Ms. Jane Condon is a true Renaissance woman.” Schneider is describing Greenwich comedienne  Condon as the next speaker for wouldn’t you know April Fool’s Day, next Wednesday when all are invited for free to […] [Read More]
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It’s Greenwich Focus on French Cinema weekend

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There are all kind of allures with this year’s Focus on French Cinema film festival, the top films coming out of France, meeting the actors and directors, and the chance to win two round trip tickets to Paris via Air France – with your chances increasing with the more movies you see. All showing at […] [Read More]
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Debate continues about Greenwich High start time

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The campaign continues to push back Greenwich High School’s start time. Several speakers at the Board of Education meeting Thursday said they wanted the high school to a move to a later start. Greenwich High classes now start at 7:30 a.m. Dr. Rosa Fini, a Greenwich pediatrician with two children at the high school, said […] [Read More]
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Greenwich High student government president talks cafeteria menu

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Greenwich High School student government president Blake Reinken addressed the Board of Education tonight, at its meeting at Julian Curtiss School. His comments focused on proposed changes to the high school’s cafeteria menu. BLAKE REINKEN: It is a privilege to address members of the board, members of the cabinet, Chairman [Barbara] O’Neill, Superintendent [William] McKersie […] [Read More]

Official ribbon cutting opens Cos Cob Park

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After decades of work, a little rain wasn’t going to stop the town from officially opening Cos Cob Park. And while it wasn’t quite the warm and sunny spring day planners had hoped for, spirits were still extremely high as the ribbon was cut on the park, which features nine acres and panoramic views of […] [Read More]
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Greenwich district picks firm for data management

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Superintendent of Schools William McKersie announced Thursday that the district has chosen the Rosemont, Ill.-based ECRA Group, Inc. to develop and manage a comprehensive data management system. The data infrastructure will include a data warehouse, a value-added student growth model, and performance dashboard to monitor progress at the student, class, school and district levels. ECRA […] [Read More]