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Naugatuck school news

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Council to showcase what borough has to offer

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Parent School Council is hoping to showcase some of the borough’s best attributes. The council will host its first Naugatuck Community Showcase from 10 a.m. to…

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‘Building subs’ proposed for classroom stability

NAUGATUCK — Principals in local public schools want more stability with substitute teachers who visit their classrooms. To help in that effort, the Board of Education wants to assign building…

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Almost showtime for drama club

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck High School drama club will christen the stage in the school’s new auditorium with stories of love and loss. The club’s production of “Almost, Maine” opens…

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Petition asks borough to put leash on park

NAUGATUCK — Well before it is scheduled to be discussed by the Board of Mayor and Burgesses, a plan to build a dog park in Naugatuck stirred up some controversy….

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Grant to pay for school upgrades

NAUGATUCK — A state grant is helping the district pay for some much needed work at borough schools. Superintendent of Schools Sharon Locke announced last week that the district received…

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Sixth-grader’s maritime passion on display

NAUGATUCK — Hillside Intermediate School sixth-grader Xavier Bliege often has a hard time concentrating on classwork and even everyday conversations. When talking with someone, he seems to get lost in…

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City Hill gets grant for enrichment

NAUGATUCK — City Hill Middle School has received a grant to help students experience the arts. The Board of Education voted on Jan. 14 to accept a $25,000 grant from…

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Nominations sought for Foley Award

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Parent School Council is accepting nominations for the annual Raymond K. Foley Award. The award honors an individual or group that has demonstrated outstanding service and…

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Project seeks to raise awareness of homeless vets

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School DECA officers Alanna Readel and Amanda Rinaldi are working to increase awareness of the issue of U.S. veteran homelessness. The two students are working on…

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Groups sought for Community Showcase

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Parent School Council is seeking local businesses, nonprofit groups, community organizations and clubs to participate in its first Community Showcase. The event, which is scheduled for…