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Education
Amity Middle School Welcomes New Principal

Amity Middle School Welcomes New Principal

When Orange Middle School students return to school at the end of August, they’ll be greeted by a new leader. Kathy Burke began her new job as principal on July 1.  Burke formerly taught math and history at Rochambeau Middle School in Southbury, where she was an instructional leader and curriculum leade...
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Orange Elementary School Registration

The Orange Public Schools will have rolling registration for new students.  To begin the registration process, please visit the registration page for your child’s school at www.oess.org and fill out the online registration forms.  Please prepare the documents listed and a representative will contact you...
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Board of Education to Review New Food Policy

Board of Education to Review New Food Policy

The Orange Board of Education’s Policy and Personnel Sub-Committee will present to the full Board of Education a new proposal regarding food in schools at its next monthly meeting on August 21.  At the August meeting, the Board of Education (BOE) will have a first read of a policy that states that birth...
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Orange Residents Named to Sacred Heart Academy High Honor Roll

Sacred Heart Academy Principal Sr. Kathleen Mary Coonan, ASCJ, ’76 has announced the Honor Roll for the FOURTH marking period of the 2016– 17 academic year.  The following students from Orange have been named to the High Honor Roll: HIGH HONORS:  Emily Drezek; HONORS:  Jessica Gallagher. Academic honors...
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Student News: 7/28/17

Achievements Nicholas Coassin Inducted Into Beta Gamma Sigma & Pi Mu Epsilon Providence, RI – Nicholas Coassin of Orange, CT has been inducted into the Providence College Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society for business students as well as the Providence College Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, a nat...
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Gently Used Children’s & Teen Books Needed

Bring your (gently) used baby and teen books to the Experience Corps table at Hamden Town Center Market, Thursdays 4-7pm from July 6 to September 30.  Your books will be given to area children who have little access to books.  For donations of more than 50 books, please call Sheila at 203-752-3059 x2900...
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A Gift For Holly Hill Childcare

A Gift For Holly Hill Childcare

“Recently the moms, dads and students of Holly Hill Childcare surprised the staff with a spectacular brunch to celebrate “Staff Appreciation Day”.  From an assortment of juices to croissants, bagels, delicious home-made banana bread (just to name a few!), our staff enjoyed a feast fit for “queens”! The...
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Board of Education Jams Out at Monthly Meeting

Board of Education Jams Out at Monthly Meeting

The Orange Board of Education received an education itself at its monthly meeting June 19. Four fourth graders from Peck Place School and music teachers from Peck and Turkey Hill Schools taught the board and audience members what the goal is of music education. “The answer is deceivingly simple,” said K...
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Amity Seniors Trade in Classrooms for Jobs

For the last four weeks of school, a majority of Amity High School Seniors got their toes wet, working for local businesses and organizations as interns.  The school’s guidance department runs the Senior Service Learning Program, through which seniors work 114 hours during the last four weeks of the sch...
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