Category Archives: Schools

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School officials look to state to fill ECS hole

With federal stimulus aid set to run out in July, local school officials are hoping the state comes through to make up the difference. Naugatuck superintendent John Tindall-Gibson and Board…

Woodland Regional High School Honor Roll

HIGH HONORS GRADE 12 Faith Atkins, Katelynn Bento, Kyle Cranney, Julia Daubney, Vinay Dinesh, Lindsay Feducia, Brian Francois, Amanda Gagne, Catherine Goodwin, Kyleigh Hawes, Julie Ann Iwinski, Alyssa Klancic, Michael…

Woodland women’s group aids tomorrow’s leaders

BEACON FALLS – Two Prospect teens earned unique opportunities in leadership and volunteering thanks to the first ever scholarships awarded by the Woodland for Women Worldwide organization. Sara Hughes, a…

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A look ahead – what to expect from Naugatuck schools in 2011

Naugatuck Schools New Year, new budget The primary goal for the Board of Education going into 2011 is to get the budget done, according to Board Chair Kathleen Donovan. The…

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A look ahead – what to expect from Region 16 schools in 2011

Region 16 Schools New elementary to replace outdated buildings A newly-formed building committee will look at options for a new school on Talmadge Hill off of Route 69 in Prospect….

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Vet shares story with Region 16 students

BEACON FALLS — Every veteran has his or her story. Vietnam veteran Rev. John Clarke shared his story with Region 16 students, parents and residents on Dec. 16 as part…

New math teacher to be hired

High School Principal Fran Serratore garnered approval from the board to hire a new math teacher mid-way through the year. Students struggling with math need the new teacher to help…

Pilot program to integrate Apple technology in the classroom

The Board of Education approved a pilot program to integrate 25 Apple iPod Touches and 25 iPads into the educational toolbox for students struggling with English and special education students….

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Board of Ed may get say on controversial Maple Hill facility

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education may have some power to prevent a wireless data transmission facility approved by the Board of Mayor and Burgesses from installation atop Maple Hill…

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Woodland, Naugy show spirit

Woodland spirit finally propelled the Hawks to a win against Seymour Wednesday. Before the game, a war of the classes reverberated through the walls of the Woodland gym.

Black and gold warriors at Woodland Regional High School gathered Wednesday morning to psyche up for the game in the loudest way possible – with a screaming contest between the sophomore and senior finalists.

After battling for 10 days, the seniors emerged triumphant at the pep rally proceeding Wednesday night’s Thanksgiving football game.