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Trinity College president to speak at Greenwich Academy graduation

Trinity College President Joanne Berger-Sweeney will deliver the graduation address at Greenwich Academy’s 188th commencement on May 21. “Dr. Berger-Sweeney’s distinguished career as a woman in science, academia, and now, as president of Trinity College afford her a unique perspective on the future of our girls,” Head of School Molly King said in a statement. […] [Read More]
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Breaking: Robbery at TD Bank on Greenwich Avenue

The TD Bank branch at 235 Greenwich Ave. was robbed Sunday afternoon, after a man held up a teller and made off with cash. A lone man entered the bank at approximately 1:30 p.m. and presented the teller with a note demanding cash, according to police. The teller complied, and the suspect left with an […] [Read More]

Brunswick School Honor Roll

The following Greenwich residents earned academic honors at the close of the first semester at Brunswick School. High Honors 9th Grade Boardman, Nicholas Burdick, Christopher Carter, Timothy Ellison, Henry Finkelstein, Max Jacobson, Matthew Jasson, Diego Johnson, Lance Matthews, Owen Montinaro, John Peisch, Wesley Restieri, Matthew Shaver, Tyler Shore, Benjamin Wise, Peter Wolfram, Greyson   10th […] [Read More]

GHS theater goes ‘Inside the Frame’ in new production

Why put on one play, when you can stage nine? Greenwich High School’s winter production, “Inside the Frame,” features nine one-act plays. The show debuted Friday night at the school’s Black Box Theater. Performances are also scheduled for tonight, Thursday, Friday and next Saturday. Seven of the plays are by playwright David Ives, while two […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Scholarship Association accepting applications

 The Greenwich Scholarship Association, an umbrella organization that awards scholarships from numerous scholarship funds, is now accepting applications from high school seniors for 2015 scholarships. Students must meet the following criteria to qualify for a scholarship: Be a resident of Greenwich and/or attend Greenwich High School Demonstrate financial need Completion of the application automatically makes […] [Read More]

Students teach tech to seniors

Roz Gelberg walked into Friday afternoon’s technology class at the River House Adult Day Center as a novice but the lack of experience hardly deterred the 87-year-old. “Two circles — let’s click on those,” she said 30 minutes later, as she worked through a matching-patterns game on a MacBook. “Yes, that’s correct! All right, I’m […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Board of Education to meet tonight

The Board of Education will meet tonight, at 7 p.m., at Central Middle School. Here is a look at the agenda: 1. Meeting Opening A. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance 2. Action on Approval of Agenda A. Approve February 19 Meeting Agenda 3. School Welcome A. Shelley Somers, Central Middle School principal 4. Public Hearing A. GHS Student Government Comments […] [Read More]
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Delayed opening Tuesday for Greenwich public schools

All Greenwich public schools will have a delayed two-hour opening on Tuesday, school officials have announced. Classes were cancelled Monday because of the snow. Last week, there were three weather-related schedule changes: Schools were cancelled on January 27, there was an early release on January 26 and there were delayed openings on January 28 and […] [Read More]

Six from Greenwich are candidates for Presidential Scholars Program

Six Greenwich high school seniors are in the running for a prestigious national honor for their academic achievement. The following students are candidates in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program: Cole Addonizio, Greenwich High School Megan Downey, Greenwich High School Yousef Hindy, Brunswick School Olivia Scharfman, Greenwich High School Phillip Tibberts, Greenwich High School Elizabeth Xiong, […] [Read More]

GA event to let participants learn programming from ‘Scratch’

Greenwich Academy’s second annual Scratch Day programming event didn’t go live last Saturday, as originally scheduled. But technical glitches weren’t to blame; old-fashioned inclement weather was the culprit. But another Scratch Day is in the forecast for this weekend: The event has been rescheduled to this Sunday, February 1, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. […] [Read More]