Category Archives: Region 16

Region 16 school news

Beyond the walls of Woodland

State honor affords Hatch-Geary opportunity to have broader impact on education BEACON FALLS — Since being named Connecticut Teacher of the Year in November, Meghan Hatch-Geary’s life has changed both…

Honor roll: Long River Middle School

The following students were named to the honor roll at Long River Middle School for the first term of the 2019-20 school year. High honor  Grade 8 Siana Ajro Preston…

Region 16 board elects Cretella chairman

PROSPECT — The Region 16 Board of Education last week unanimously elected longtime member Priscilla Cretella chairman for the next two years. The board, which oversees public schools in Beacon…

Drama club puts western twist on Shakespeare comedy

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland Regional High School drama club is adding its own twist to a Shakespeare comedy. The club will present three productions of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado…

Woodland to offer CNA, health sciences learning pathways  

PROSPECT — The Bureau of Labor Statistics projected that health care fields will add more jobs — about 1.9 million — than any other field over a 10-year period from…

School board OKs new ECE courses

PROSPECT — The Region 16 Board of Education has approved three new University of Connecticut early college experience (ECE) courses at Woodland Regional High School. The new courses — ECE…

Region 16 funds innovative grants

PROSPECT — Region 16 awarded about $5,490 to fund 11 innovative grant proposals for teachers in the district. The innovative grant initiative, which was approved by the Board of Education…

WRHS class of 2009 holding reunion

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland Regional High School class of 2009 will host its 10-year reunion Nov. 29 at Bad Sons Beer Co., 251 Roosevelt Drive, Derby. Tickets are $45…

Head of the class

Woodland’s Hatch-Geary named Connecticut Teacher of the Year BEACON FALLS — The best day of Meghan Hatch-Geary’s educational career was the day in June 2009 when she was hired as…

Officials want to convert computer lab into auditorium

PROSPECT — The days of Long River Middle School students using the school’s computer lab to do work online are over. Now, officials are hoping to repurpose the lab so…