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Windsor welcomes new teachers and reflects on the impact of educators

Windsor Chamber of Commerce members and school district staff gathered at the Windsor Historical Society on Aug. 19 to welcome new teachers...

Windermere a good fit for new assistant principal

For Gina Olearczyk, the job of assistant principal at Windermere School is not just closer to home, but closer to the type of educational environment in which she is most comfortable working...

Stafford Elementary School welcomes new families

Over the course of the summer, new families have moved into the Stafford school district, this year coming from as nearby as East Windsor and as far away as El Paso, Texas...

Class of 2017 gets introduction to Windham High School

There were mixed emotions as Windham High School students arrived for the first half of freshman orientation on Aug. 19...

Kids chime in regarding start to the new school year

With the end of summer vacation quickly approaching, we asked local kids: How do you feel about going back to school? Here are their responses...

Getting RHAM ready for the new school year

RHAM Director of Facilities Mike Ceresa was a busy man on Aug. 19. The phone rang. An appliance repairman asked for his signature on an invoice and directions to the location of the next repair...

New Griswold principal enjoys middle school's special energy

Many adults view their children’s middle school years as a time of upheaval, struggle and conflict. But Michele Raynor regards the middle school glass as more than half-full...

Killingly High School gym floor could set taxpayers back $500K

Concrete and the high school gym floor were two of the more vexing issues facing the Killingly Town Council on Aug. 13...

New initiatives for Plainfield students

Plainfield is one step closer to preparing its students for whatever they want to do once they graduate from high school, according to Superintendent of Schools Kenneth DiPietro...

Woodstock Academy to offer new courses, technology updates

When Woodstock Academy students head back to school this year, there will be six new courses, an advisory program and technology updates waiting for them...

Putnam High School prepares for marching band season

Percussion instructor Tyler Campbell was putting his pit crew through their paces on Aug. 15...

Glastonbury schools prepare for return of students

While students are getting in their last bits of fun for the summer and parents are shopping for back-to-school, there is a lot of activity going on in Glastonbury schools, as they get ready to wel...

Teacher creates production line in classroom

This summer Robert Frost spent four weeks receiving first-hand knowledge of current manufacturing operations at Phoenix Manufacturing in Enfield...

East Hartford assistant superintendent focused on improving student achievement

Anne Marie Mancini has only been on the job as the new assistant superintendent of East Hartford public schools for a few weeks, but she’s already set the tone in terms of her work ethic...

Windsor transforms schools using key focus areas

Windsor public schools have a busy year ahead...

MCC holds open house for Precision Machining Certificate Program

Manchester Community College hosted an open house on Aug. 8 to provide information to students interested in the Precision Machining Certificate Program...

Lots of excitement surrounds the new Windham STEM school

As Principal Jeffrey Wihbey led a tour of the new, multi-million-dollar Charles H. Barrows STEM Academy on Friday, Aug...

New Hebron superintendent of schools faces many challenges

Jeffrey Newton faces many challenges as he takes over the helm of the Hebron public schools prior to the start of the 2013-14 school year...

New Voluntown Elementary principal brings strengths in math, technology

Alycia Trakas says her mother always told her she should be a teacher, but her career path led her instead through a bachelor’s degree in marketing to a job at a medical software company...

Putnam superintendent outlines 2013-2014 school year

Putnam Superintendent Dr. William Hull welcomed his staff back to school with a letter full of the new developments that would greet them in late August...

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