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Naugatuck school news

School board, non-certified employees agree to new contract

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education and the Naugatuck Non-Certified Employees Union have reached an agreement on a new, four-year contract. The contract is retroactive to July 1, 2018 and…

Borough bringing back bonfire celebration

NAUGATUCK — The borough is hosting a bonfire celebration Wednesday night to rekindle what was once a tradition in Naugatuck. The event, which is hosted by Mayor N. Warren “Pete”…

School board hires new athletic director, interim dean

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck Public Schools is adding one new and one familiar face to its team of administrators. The Board of Education appointed Gianni Perugini the district’s new director of…

Lessons aim to cultivate little scientists

NAUGATUCK — Second-graders in Laura Sergi’s class at Western Elementary School huddled around glasses with melting ice inside Wednesday afternoon as they learned about different states of matter — in…

NHS associate principal leaves for Avon job

NAUGATUCK — Kristina Wallace resigned this month as associate principal of Naugatuck High School to take another job. Wallace’s last day was Nov. 1. She left to take the assistant…

Music department holding instrument drive

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Public Schools music department is seeking donations of gently-used musical instruments. Instruments of any type will be accepted as long as they are in playing condition….

School solar project takes step forward

NAUGATUCK — The borough is one step closer to installing solar panels on the roof of City Hill Middle School. The Board of Education this month approved architectural plans for…

Program brings borough boys together

NAUGATUCK — Sixty boys from the borough’s middle and intermediate schools sat spread out in the auditorium at Naugatuck High School last Tuesday morning, although it didn’t take long before…

Town, school officials take precautions to protect against EEE

Local officials are taking precautions to protect people against Eastern equine encephalitis, a virus spread by mosquitoes that has killed three people in the state this year. On Tuesday, state…

School board OKs additional teacher

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education unanimously voted Sept. 12 to hire an additional third grade teacher to alleviate large class sizes at Maple Hill Elementary School. There are four…