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Local News for Woodbridge, Connecticut

09/17/2020

Dog Park Safety Talk & Future Plans at Annual Meeting hosted by Woodbridge Dog Park Coop

Event date: September 23, 2020 Event Time: 05:00 PM – 07:00 PMLocation: Fitzgerald TractBeecher RoadWoodbridge, CT 06525Description:Safe Dog Play – talk by Kristen Iannucci, from Happy Homes (happyhomesdog.com/)as part of the Woodbridge Dog Park Annual Meeting. Meeting to address planning for the future of the dog park, nominating and voting in new board members. Safety READ MORE.
09/03/2020

Student News September 2020

Dean’s List Bates College Lewiston, ME – The following Woodbridge students have been named to the dean’s list at Bates College for the fall semester ending in December 2019: Austin Gilbride, a 2019 graduate of Amity Regional High School, Gilbride, the child of Matthew T. Gilbride and Maria C. Asis of Woodbridge, Conn., is a READ MORE.
Robert Gilbert Passes the Baton09/03/2020

Robert Gilbert Passes the Baton

Christine Syriac Appointed as Interim Superintendent After four years at the helm of the Woodbridge School District, School Supt. Robert Gilbert last week bid farewell to the district and to the community, but not without introducing Christine Syriac as interim superintendent. The local Board of Education appointed Syriac to the position at a special meeting READ MORE.
09/03/2020

Justin Farmer Receives Endorsements

Planned Parenthood Votes! CT and Connecticut Young Democrats endorsed Justin Farmer’s campaign for the 17th State Senate District. Justin is a 25-year-old second-term Hamden Legislative Councilman, representing the town’s 5th District. He is running for State Senate in the August 11 primary election to represent the communities of Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Derby, Hamden, Naugatuck, READ MORE.
Beecher Road School 2020-21 Lunch Program09/03/2020

Beecher Road School 2020-21 Lunch Program

All sponsors of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), School Breakfast Program (SBP) and Special Milk Programs (SMP) are required to send out a public release at the beginning of the school year. SMP sponsors should only include the free milk Income Eligibility Guidelines and should adapt the wording accordingly. Use the following as a READ MORE.
Beecher Teachers Concerned For Their Health09/03/2020

Beecher Teachers Concerned For Their Health

Teachers at Beecher Road School in a letter to the administration expressed concern for their health and that of their families and suggested that remote teaching was the better method for teaching during the pandemic, rather than the full in-person plan, which is scheduled to start on September 8. “If we open under the current READ MORE.

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