Category Archives: Schools

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School business manager sought for Naugatuck schools

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education voted to begin the search for a full-time business manager who might replace borough Controller Wayne McAllister as overseer of the school system’s finances….

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New Chinese program will teach kids language skills

Ni hao! Starting Jan. 24, Long River Middle School students will learn Mandarin Chinese in a voluntary after school program. The pilot program’s three classes are all full, with 17…

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Bank to serve up financial literacy in school cafeteria

On the lunch menu: chicken fingers with a side of mashed potatoes and a savings account. Students at Naugatuck High School will get first-hand experience in personal finance when the…

Naugatuck High School announces mid-term exam schedule

Mid-term exams for Naugatuck High School start next week. Exams for periods 1 and 2 are scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 20. Exams for periods 3 and 4 are scheduled for…

Kindergarten registration

BEACON FALLS-Laurel Ledge School will hold kindergarten registration Monday, Jan. 24 through Friday, Jan. 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration is open to those children who will turn…

City Hill Middle School honor roll

HIGH HONORS GRADE 8 Afeef Mujtaba Ahmed, Russell Bartholomew Andrew, Kristi Elizabeth Atchison, Jenna Lynne Berkowitz, Chloe Elizabeth Bevan, Blake Nicole Bevilaque, Justine M. Boulanger, Jason Christopher Bradley, Richard Phillip…

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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…