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Ginger Katz

Norwalk mother delivers anti-drug message to Greenwich High students

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Ginger Katz knows how to make a point to a large group. That ability has come from a deep-seated passion and extensive public-speaking experience. But that career has tragic origins: Her 20-year-old son, Ian Eaccarino, died from an accidental heroin overdose in September 1996. The same year, Katz and her husband, Larry, founded The Courage […] [Read More]

College campus safety talk Tuesday at Greenwich High

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Greenwich High School will host a panel discussion on college campus safety Tuesday night from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the school’s media center. Discussion topics will include campus safety and awareness, personal safety and police and security departments. The event’s target audience is the school’s sophomores, juniors and years and their parents. “This […] [Read More]

Greenwich High finishes second in state math competition

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Greenwich High School’s varsity math team produced a strong performance Monday at the state math championship – but the numbers did not quite add up to a first-place finish. The team finished second in the large-school division behind Westport’s Staples High School. “While GHS led after round one, Staples took the lead in round two […] [Read More]
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Where to find GT article on Boys & Girls Club’s Matheus Chaves

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Today’s Greenwich Time article on Matheus Chaves, the 2014 winner of the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich’s Youth of the Year award, does not appear on the Greenwich Time website. However, you can find the article on A3 of today’s print edition, or you can find in today’s e-edition of the paper. For more […] [Read More]

Forum tonight at GHS for parents of students with special needs

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Greenwich High School will host tonight from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. “Parents as Partners Forum: Strategies and Resources That Go Beyond the Classroom.” The district’s website offers this description of the event: “Parents as Partners Night will offer parents of students with special needs information and resources that will support and enhance the lives […] [Read More]

Thursday forum at GHS for parents of students with special needs

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Greenwich High School will host Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. “Parents as Partners Forum: Strategies and Resources That Go Beyond the Classroom.” The district’s website offers this description of the event: “Parents as Partners Night will offer parents of students with special needs information and resources that will support and enhance the lives […] [Read More]

Application process open for National Honor Society membership

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Among the myriad assignments this time of year for Greenwich High School juniors comes another important one: applying for National Honor Society membership. Greenwich High juniors with a cumulative GPA of 3.6 or above are now invited to apply for membership. Applications are distributed through each Greenwich High house’s guidance secretary. Students who are academically […] [Read More]

Greenwich High gets a new ‘road’ to the Internet

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Greenwich High School has opened its on-campus Internet network to social media. The change resulted from the district moving the Hillside Road campus last month to its own “uplink” for Internet access, allowing faster online access at Greenwich High. An uplink can be described as a road to the Internet. Greenwich High previously shared the […] [Read More]
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Greenwich High’s Chinese program recognized by Asia Society

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Greenwich High School’s Chinese-language program has been recognized as a Confucius Classroom by the Asia Society. The Asia Society’s network of Confucius Classrooms includes 100 schools and districts with “exemplary” Chinese-language programs. “These schools not only have effective Chinese language instruction, but also strong local leadership and support, a demonstrated commitment to international exchange and […] [Read More]

Extra code for computer-science article

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In case you missed it, Greenwich Time covered on Sunday the new-look computer-science program at Greenwich High School. Here’s the link: http://www.greenwichtime.com/local/article/Reprogramming-Computer-science-study-gaining-5341576.php After the article was filed, Greenwich High Headmaster Chris Winters e-mailed to Greenwich Time a few comments about Matt Meyers, who teaches Greenwich High’s Introduction to Computer Programming class. “Matt is a dynamic […] [Read More]