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  • NHS Students Helping The SHACK

    The Sandy Hook Arts Center for Kids (SHACK) has found support from the Newtown High School Creative Arts Council, which has provided artwork and volunteers following the center’s inception. According to SHACK, its mission is to provide a safe haven f...

  • NHS Graduation, NMS Moving Up, Dates Discussed

     Superintendent of Schools Janet Robinson informed the Board of Education Tuesday, March 19, that the dates for the Newtown Middle School Moving Up Ceremony and the Newtown High School graduation have been set with Western Connecticut State University’s O’Neill C...

  • Campus Notes, March 22

    Alexander Martens of Sandy Hook, an electronic game programming major at Champlain College in Burlington, Vt., is currently studying abroad at the school’s Montreal, Canada, campus. Alexander, a junior, will be studying in Canada for the remainder of the sp...

  • Newtown Continuing Education Offerings, Limited Space Left

    Newtown Continuing Education announced this week that the following upcoming courses have limited openings still available: The “Excel 2010” three-class course, offered on Mondays starting on April 1 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, for a fee of $89 will ...

  • NMS Students Enter ‘History’

    Newtown Middle School seventh grade students Julia Doyle and Henry Petrillo recently entered into the History Day in Connecticut Contest when they presented their individual projects at Fairfield University on March 2. History Day in Connecticut is oversee...

  • Chartwells Offers Beverage Tasting Station At Reed

    As part of its celebration of March being National Nutrition Month, Chartwells offered a beverage tasting station at Reed Intermediate School on Tuesday, March 19, and Wednesday, March 20. For the first day of the beverage tasting station, students were of...

  • Newtown High School Receives The 2013 Top AFS School Award

    Newtown High School has been selected to receive the 2013 Top AFS School award from AFS-USA, a leader in international high school student exchange.

  • Bunny Watch To Return March 29 & 30

    For the third year a Newtown High School Odyssey of the Mind team will be hosting a Bunny Watch near Glander Field on the Fairfield Hills campus on March 29 and 30. Last year the Newtown High School Odyssey of the Mind team and a Reed Intermediate School tea...

  • Newtown Public Schools To Have A Two-Hour Delay

    The Newtown Public Schools will have a two-hour delay, and no morning kindergarten, Tuesday, March 19, due to inclement weather, according to the school district.

  • NHS Drama To Present ‘How To Succeed… ’ This Weekend

    Performances of the Newtown High School production of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying are set to take the stage in the high school auditorium March 21, 22, and 23 at 7 pm each night, and a 2 pm performance is set for March 24. Ticket prices are $16 for general admission, and $12 for students and senior citizens. Tickets for Sandy Hook Elementary School families and first responders on 12/14 are being offered for free....