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Naugatuck school news


NHS to destroy records

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School announced that the academic folders of the Class of 2008 will be destroyed. The school will maintain the permanent record card of graduates to produce…


No place like home turf

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck High School Class of 2015 did something many thought was impossible: graduate on its home turf. Graduation was held at the Palace Theater in Waterbury the…


NEF elects Bottinick as new leader

NAUGATUCK — A longtime community volunteer will take the reins as president of the Naugatuck Education Foundation. Attorney Andrew Bottinick, 55, has been elected unanimously by the NEF board to…


Veteran educator named teacher of the year

NAUGATUCK — City Hill Middle School teacher Tiffany Deitelbaum believes all children inherently want to learn and that it is her job to educate them, no matter the challenges. While…


Schools participating in summer food program

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck public school system announced that it will participate in the federally-funded Seamless Summer Food Program. The program provides free meals to all children 18 years old…


Slideshow: NHS graduation

The Naugatuck High School Class of 2015 graduated June 24. –PHOTOS BY LUKE MARSHALL


BOE wants to discuss surplus account

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education has its sights set on a surplus account. The board voted this month to authorize Superintendent of Schools Sharon Locke to meet with borough…


NHS, WRHS set for graduation

Graduation ceremonies for the Naugatuck High School and Woodland Regional High School classes of 2015 are set for June 24. Naugatuck High’s graduation is at 6 p.m. on the turf…


Update given on roof projects

NAUGATUCK — Controller Bob Butler updated the Board of Education last week on the status of two upcoming school construction projects. Butler said the roof at Hillside Intermediate School needs…


Food policy sparks debate

NAUGATUCK — A proposed school policy that could change the way classroom birthday and holiday celebrations are handled led to a heated exchange at the June 11 Board of Education…