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Orange Schools Take Unprecedented Measures

Orange Schools Take Unprecedented Measures

Schools in Orange may be closed as a result of the COVID 19 coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn’t mean learning has stopped.  With no clear plan in place for an abrupt and indefinite closure, administrators and educators were left to come up with a strategy – and fast. If it weren’t challenging enough...
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Amity Students Adjust to “Distance Learning”

Amity Students Adjust to “Distance Learning”

With school buildings closed for the foreseeable future, the state’s teachers, students and administrators are embarking on a novel instructional journey:  distance learning.  Teachers working from home “beam” up their lessons, while students log in, from their home, to download the materials or connect...
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Outstanding Performers In New England Math League Contest

Outstanding Performers In New England Math League Contest

Congratulations to the following students from Amity Middle School in Orange on their outstanding performance: Front Row, Left to Right:  Annika Yun, Ian Stoltenberg, Yousef Hasan, Suhail Mohammed, Matthew Muravnik, Alexander Cuzio Back Row, Left to Right:  Grace Cavallaro, James Liu, Reamon Curis, Aara...
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Association of CT Fairs Scholarships

The Orange Country Fair has announced that applications for The CT Association of Fairs scholarship program are available at CT AgFairs.org and at The Orange Town Hall. One $1,000.00 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior or college student pursuing a course of study in agriculture, home eco...
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From Amity Regional School District No. 5

Amity Regional High School will be providing breakfast and lunch to all BOWA students in grades pre-Kindergarten through 12 during this time of school closures.  Please note the following about the emergency meal service: Meals will be provided to ALL children in the household, if at least one child is...
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72nd Annual Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair Results

The Connecticut Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF) — the oldest and most prestigious STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) event in the state — hosted its 72nd annual fair in an unprecedented way:  virtually.  Because of the state’s recommendation to restrict large group events to he...
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Elmer F. Manley Memorial College Scholarships Available

Ansantawae Masonic Lodge #89, is offering two “Medical Scholarships” for $1,000 each to a college student studying counseling, social services, psychology, psychiatry, nursing, medicine, social work, gerontology or pharmacology and having completed a minimum of two semesters in their chosen field, and m...
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Bridges Healthcare Accepting Kasdan Scholarship Applications

Bridges Healthcare, Inc. announced that applications are now being accepted for The Barry Kasdan Scholarship for the Pursuit of a Graduate or Undergraduate Degree in Human Services.  Eligible applicants must reside in one of the towns located in Bridges’ service region, or be employed or related to a Br...
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Orange Scholarship Fund Association Extends Deadline

The Orange Scholarship Fund Association has extended its deadline for applications.  Applications will now be accepted until May 1st.  We hope this gives all high school seniors from Orange an opportunity to complete their applications.  You can find an application online at:  orangescholarshipfund.com....
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