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Delayed opening Wednesday for Greenwich public schools

All Greenwich public schools will have a 90-minute delayed opening on Wednesday, the school district has announced. Because of the storm, Tuesday was a snow day, while Monday was an early-release day. The district has so far used two snow days this school year. The first was taken in November, the day before Thanksgiving. [Read More]
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Greenwich public schools to let out early Monday

All Greenwich public schools will dismiss students three hours earlier than usual on Monday, school officials have announced. Here is Monday’s early-release schedule for each school: Greenwich High School: 11:15 a.m. Greenwich Alternative High School: 10:30 a.m. Community Connections: 11:00 a.m. Central Middle School: 11:35 a.m. Eastern Middle School: 11:35 a.m. Western Middle School: 11:35 […] [Read More]

Greenwich officials preparing for predicted blizzard

4:40 P.M. UPDATE: Kim Eves, the school district’s communications director, has released the following statement: “Superintendent of Schools Bill McKersie is closely tracking the storms forecasted to hit our area Monday (1/26) and Tuesday (1/27), working with the Town’s Emergency Management Operations Center (EMOC) and the Greenwich Police Department. “At this time, Monday’s snowfall is […] [Read More]

Greenwich Board of Ed approves advanced ninth-grade course

The Board of Education approved Thursday night a new advanced, ninth-grade English and social studies course at Greenwich High School, resolving one of the longest-running and most impassioned debates in recent years about the school’s curriculum. The third level of English and social studies, a dual-subject course for ninth-graders, will be launched in the fall. […] [Read More]

Greenwich kindergarten orientation and registration schedule announced

The school district has released the following announcement about kindergarten orientation and registration DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENT: The Greenwich Public Elementary Schools have announced plans to welcome and register incoming – Fall 2015 – kindergarten children and their parents. The process begins with a Kindergarten Orientation program for parents at each of the schools on February 18*, […] [Read More]

Board of Ed to meet tonight at North Street

The Board of Education is set to meet tonight, at 7 p.m., at North Street School. Arguably the most high-profile item on the agenda is a proposal to launch in the fall an advanced section of ninth-grade English and social studies at Greenwich High School. Here’s a look at the agenda: 1. Meeting Opening A. Call […] [Read More]

New Lebanon starts new chapter of parent outreach with Literacy Night

If you visited New Lebanon School this past Thursday evening, you would have seen the likes of the Cat in the Hat, Goldilocks and Pinkalicious holding court in the classrooms. Those literary luminaries were not actually at the elementary school. But New Lebanon teachers and administrators certainly were convincing actors, as they donned the costumes […] [Read More]
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Hamilton Avenue principal to leave at end of school year

  Hamilton Avenue School Principal Cynthia Womack has announced that she plans to resign at the end of the school year because she will be relocating out-of-state, the school district has announced. In her notification to Superintendent of Schools William McKersie, Womack said she wants to provide ample notice of her intentions, so there is enough […] [Read More]
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Open house tonight at New Lebanon School

New Lebanon School will host an open house tonight at 7 p.m. for Greenwich families to learn more about its magnet program. The school’s magnet theme is its International Baccalaureate program. Attracting magnet students from other parts of town is a key part of the district’s latest racial-balance plan. New Lebanon is designated as racially […] [Read More]

LOL: Greenwich High improv comedy show set for Friday night

When you think of the performing arts program at Greenwich High School – what first comes to mind? Uplifting musicals? Stirring dramas? Well, here’s another image: laugh-out loud comedy. Want to see for yourself? Then check out the Comedy Tonight show on Friday, at 7:30 p.m., at the school’s Black Box Theater. The show will feature […] [Read More]