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Beecher Community Commemorates One Of Its Own

Beecher Community Commemorates One Of Its Own

The Woodbridge Board of Education last month kept a moment of silence in honor of a recent graduate, who had passed away just a few days prior.  Logan Pierce Testa died Friday, September 14, 2018 of a brain tumor.  He was 12 years old. Logan had graduated from the elementary school in June and just ...
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Local Student Achieves Top ACT Score

Ian Pittenger, son of Jenny Turner and Chris Pittenger, and a rising senior at Amity Regional High School in Woodbridge, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36.  On average, only around one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score.  In the U.S. high school graduati...
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Student News 10/5/18

Dean’s List Bryant University Smithfield, RI—Bryant University is committed to the pursuit, recognition, and celebration of academic success.  Marina Tomei, class of 2018, from Woodbridge, CT has been named to Bryant University’s Deans’ List for the spring 2018 semester.  Congratulations to Marina, and...
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Siegel At Graduate Institute Graduation

Siegel At Graduate Institute Graduation

Bernie Siegel, MD, Academic Co-Director of The Graduate Institute with president, Cathleen Buchanan, at the graduation ceremonies of those graduating with MA’s in Integrative Health & Healing and in Learning & Thinking.  Dr. Siegel is a retired Yale pediatric surgeon, best-selling author of “Lov...
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Amity Names Jennifer Byars New Superintendent

Amity Names Jennifer Byars New Superintendent

The Amity Board of Education quite enthusiastically welcomed Jennifer Pallon Byars as the district’s next superintendent. She will start in her new position November 15. Byars comes from an assistant superintendent at Ledyard Public Schools, a district with 2450 schools and 210 teachers. Prior, she was...
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School Getting Ready For The New Year

School Getting Ready For The New Year

Much like Christmas, or Hanukah, the first day of school seems to creep up on us, especially when it happens before Labor Day, which it typically does.  During the weeks leading up to the opening of school, custodial staff worked tirelessly to get the classrooms ready, said School Supt. Robert Gilbert a...
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