Bridgeport, CTMiddletown Press

Bridgeport school board gives superintendent 12 percent raise

BRIDGEPORT — The Bridgeport superintendent evaluation came to a close on Thursday with mostly favorable reviews and a 12 percent raise for Superintendent Michael Testani. Of the seven evaluations submitted, the superintendent scored an overall average of 4.44 out of 5. The board proposed raising his base pay from $245,000...
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Fairfield, CTMiddletown Press

Here's how Fairfield schools plan to spend the $2.8M relief grant

FAIRFIELD — Hiring a diversity, equity, and inclusion administrator; developing curriculum; as well as providing more support for students and staff are all included in the school district’s federal relief budget. Fairfield schools are set to get $2.8 million under the American Relief Plan and Elementary and Secondary School Emergency...
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New Canaan, CTRegister Citizen

New Canaan students on Dean's List, graduates

The following students, recently made the Dean’s List for the Spring 2021 semester at Tufts University, and also obtained Dean’s List honors at the school, for having a grade point average, (GPA), of a 3.4, or greater. Bartholomew Codd, Class of 2024,. John Batchelor, Class of 2022,. Nathaniel Bozzella, Class...
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Litchfield, CTRegister Citizen

CJR receives grants for work, education summer program

LITCHFIELD — With support from the American Savings Foundation, The Litchfield Aid of CJR and the Frederick W. Marzahl Memorial Fund, the Connecticut Junior Republic is providing a six-week Work-Based Learning Summer Program for 40 at-risk boys and girls from Waterbury. Grants of $24,000 from the American Savings Foundation, $10,000...
Stamford, CTStamford Advocate

Five assistant principals take on new roles in Stamford schools: Two fill vacancies, three are new positions

STAMFORD — Two vacancies and three new positions are now filled in Stamford schools, as the district recently added five new assistant principals. At two schools — Hart Magnet Elementary and Newfield Elementary — new hires will fill positions left vacant due to a retirement and a promotion, respectively. At three other schools — Cloonan Middle, Rippowam Middle and Stillmeadow Elementary — administrative interns were promoted to assistant principals after the intern positions were eliminated and upgraded to principal roles.