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Naugatuck school news


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…


‘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…


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…


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….


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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…