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Arrr! Cos Cob students search for ‘pirate’ book treasures

Cos Cob School students have embarked on some very interesting literary expeditions during the last few months. Literacy Specialists Francine Williams and Michelle Pennino, together with Media Specialist Nancy Shwartz, started a new Cos Cob summer reading program this year, a Reading Treasure Hunt for students in grades K-4. Dressing up as pirates, Williams and […] [Read More]

Parent conference tomorrow at Cos Cob School

The school district is sponsoring the Parents As Partners Conference on Saturday at Cos Cob School, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The following is a district-provided q&a about the conference: What is the purpose of this conference? This conference is an opportunity for families and professionals of the Greenwich Public Schools community to share […] [Read More]

Cos Cob School’s Star-Spangled celebration

On Sunday, the Star-Spangled Banner will turn 200. It’s a momentous occasion, and one not overlooked by Greenwich schools. Today, Cos Cob School held an assembly about Francis Scott Key’s timeless anthem. Here’s Cos Cob Principal Gene Schmidt’s account of the assembly: “Did you know that the Star-Spangled Banner was written on the back of […] [Read More]

Cos Cob lemonade stands to fundraise for cancer research

Running a lemonade stand is one of the great summer traditions. And it becomes an even greater ritual when it raises money for an important cause. In that spirit, Cos Cob School students, parents and faculty will be running lemonade stands and bake sales this week at the following Cos Cob locations on Tuesday, Wednesday […] [Read More]
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Cos Cob Salute to America

A ‘salute to America’ at Cos Cob School

Flag Day is over, but it’s never too late to share another red, white and blue tableau. This one comes from Cos Cob School’s star-spangled celebration last Friday. During the first-grade performance of “Salute to America” under the direction of music teacher Chris Powers, students celebrated the origins of Flag Day, as they traced the […] [Read More]
PTAC Essence Award Winners 2014

PTA Council recognizes parent volunteers

With graduations and numerous award ceremonies, this is a time of year when many Greenwich students are recognized for a wide range of impressive accomplishments. But it’s not just the students who are being acknowledged. On Thursday, at the school district’s Greenwich Avenue headquarters, the focus was on a dependable, hard-working corps of adults: parents. […] [Read More]