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Education

Empty Bowls Benefit & Annual Winter Concert

On December 14th the Amity Regional High School National Art Honor Society will be hosting an Empty Bowls benefit.  Students have been working hard to make bowls since the start of school in order to benefit those in need.  Community members are invited to come to the Amity Regional High School cafeteri...
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Sacred Heart Academy Offers December 12th Entrance Exam

Sacred Heart Academy will offer an Entrance Exam for applicants to grades 9 and 10 on Tuesday, December 12 at the Academy, 265 Benham Street, Hamden.  To register for the exam, candidates for admission must submit the Application for Admission online at sacredhearthamden.org with $60 fee.  We ask studen...
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Student News 11/17/17

Achievements Eastern Swimmer Megan Lasto Of Orange Named Rookie Of The Week Willimantic, CT (11/07/2017)– Eastern Connecticut State University swimmer Megan Lasto received the Little East Conference (LEC) Rookie Swimmer of-the-Week Award for the week of Octpnrt 29.  This is the first award of Last...
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Special Needs Running Club Finds New Home in Orange

Special Needs Running Club Finds New Home in Orange

An Orange mom and avid runner has started the third chapter of the Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program in the U.S.  The Connecticut chapter meets each Saturday morning at 9:30 at the High Plains Community Center Fairgrounds. “Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program is one of the first inclusive running...
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State Budget Leaves Orange with Minimal Impact

State Budget Leaves Orange with Minimal Impact

More than four months after the close of the fiscal year, the state approved a budget that has those who oversee the town’s finances breathing a sigh of relief. Even though the town was prepared for enormous cuts in state funding, the news from the capitol that a budget had passed was good news. “We ...
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AMSO Students Shadow Local Government

AMSO Students Shadow Local Government

Many seventh and eighth grade students at Amity Middle School Orange (AMSO) submitted essays this year to shadow fifteen different local positions in the town.  Above are pictured the students who had the opportunity to shadow local town government officials.  The students learned about local government...
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Road Scholar Educational Adventures

Do you love to travel, enjoy learning new things, explore interesting places and meet people who share a love of adventure?  Learn about Road Scholar – America’s first and the world’s largest educational travel organization for adults.  We offer more than 5,500 programs each year in all 50 states...
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