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  • Kindergarten Class Promotes Positive FriendshipsGlenville School celebrates "Be A Friend" event
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  • GHS Math Team is More Than Problem SolvingCollaborative team advances to State Championship
'Alexandrites' Shine Bright
'Alexandrites' Shine Bright
Spirit Zone Too's special needs team the 'Alexandrites' are ready to take the competition by storm this year. Coach Melissa Mansi said, "We doubled our numbers this year. We know have 6 athletes with special needs and 5 helpers. We have reduced the amount of helpers because the kids are really independent so we've pushed our skills. The kids...
GHS Shows Bald Is Beautiful
GHS Shows Bald Is Beautiful
Greenwich High School cut hair for a cause Monday. Over 60 students and staff participated in the 2nd annual head shaving event to support the St. Baldrick's Foundation. "We shave our heads to show our solidarity with the kids who lose their hair through treatment so it's to show them that it's okay to be bald, bald is beautiful," said Kerry...
GHS Pledges Against Distracted Driving
GHS Pledges Against Distracted Driving
Texting while driving is such a quick decision, but can have such lasting effects. According to the Save a Life Tour, in 2012, over 3,000 people were killed and more than 400,000 people were injured due to distracted driving accidents. Greenwich High School's Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) held a safe driving assembly...
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GHS Math Team Wins 5th Consecutive Math Competition
GHS Math Team Wins 5th Consecutive Math Competition
The Greenwich High School Math Team won its fifth consecutive Fairfield County Math League Competition on Mar. 5th. After competing in five matches this year with teams throughout Fairfield County, the Greenwich Cardinals won the final competition after solving mathematical problems in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and more. GHS Math...
CCSU Students Anticipate Obama's Arrival
CCSU Students Anticipate Obama's Arrival
Central Connecticut State University students lined up early this morning to see President Barack Obama and hear him speak about raising the minimum wage.
Teens Prove Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Teens Prove Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Proving the power of words. "We need a chorus of voices to make change happen," said Arianne Spaulding, a Stamford High School student and member of the Mayor's Youth Leadership Council. Greenwich, Stamford and Norwalk teens raising their voices about teen dating violence. "Three weeks ago, two of our members talked to our advisor about...

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