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Greenwich High 12th-grade parent meeting tonight

Greenwich High School will host tonight at 7 p.m. a meeting in the school’s media center for parents of 12th-graders. And if parents needed further incentive to attend, the Greenwich High PTA will be auctioning off five parking spaces for the Greenwich High graduation on June 18. The minimum bid for one is $100, with incremental […] [Read More]
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Greenwich schools superintendent talks ‘winning with character’

In his monthly message to Greenwich Public School families, Superintendent of Schools William McKersie’s discusses the lessons that come from playing sports. He focuses on the Greenwich High School athletic program’s successes and discusses the need for “winning with character.” “For all these victories, the old coach in me is most concerned with another type […] [Read More]

Former Boys & Girls club leader to speak at Greenwich High graduation

Former Boys & Girls Club executive director and Greenwich High School alumnus Bob DeAngelo will be the school’s commencement speaker at its June 18 graduation ceremony. “Bob has been a good friend to Greenwich High School for many years,” Headmaster Chris Winters said in a statement. “Most of our graduates, at one point or another, […] [Read More]

Greenwich High graduation set for June 18

Mark your calendars — Greenwich High School’s graduation ceremony has a date.  The high school’s commencement ceremony will be held on Thursday, June 18, at 6:30 p.m. at Cardinal Stadium.  It’s less than three months away… In case of inclement weather, the commencement ceremony will be held in the student center in two groups: students […] [Read More]

Debate continues about Greenwich High start time

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

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]
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Greenwich High students launch Chicken Joe’s petition

Greenwich High School student government president Blake Reinken and ninth-grade class president George Brulaj have launched a petition to bring offerings from the Greenwich eatery Chicken Joe’s to the high school’s cafeteria. The petition has already garnered about 600 signatures. Reinken and Brulaj wrote the following summary of the petition. “In March 2015, after student […] [Read More]

St. Baldrick’s fundraiser set for Thursday at Greenwich High

Get the clippers out – it’s time again to get buzzed for a good cause. Greenwich High School will host its third annual head-shaving event to benefit St. Baldrick’s Foundation on Thursday, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Greenwich High student center. St. Baldrick’s supports children with cancer and funds pediatric cancer research. […] [Read More]