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Political Fault Lines Emerge at Budget Hearing

Political Fault Lines Emerge at Budget Hearing

Cultural and political divisions over race and sex education at Amity schools overshadowed the question-and comments portion of the Orange budget hearing April 21 at the High Plains cafeteria.  In fact, with eight of the ten speakers saying they would vote down the Amity budget, the chances of it passin...
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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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Orange Educators Retirement Dinner

Please join us for a Buffet Dinner at Racebrook Country Club to celebrate the retirement of: Anne Fleming, Lisa Kaplan, Betsy Vogel, Eileen Young & *Mary Rose Corkindale on Thursday, May 12th from 5:00-9:00pm at Racebook Country Club 246 Derby Avenue, Orange, CT 06477. Buffet Dinner $75 per person P...
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Student News – May 2022

Achievements Curry College Welcomes Amanda Moran into Sigma Theta Tau Milton, MA – Curry’s School of Nursing welcomes Amanda Moran of Orange CT, Class of 2023 into Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing’s Theta-at-Large Chapter.  Members must be in the upper 35 percent of their class and...
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Amity Referendum Set for May 3

Amity Referendum Set for May 3

People who have questions about the Amity budget for the 2022-23 school year can follow the presentation at the District Annual Meeting on Monday, May 2, at 5:30 p.m. in the presentation room at the District offices in Woodbridge.  School Supt., Dr. Jennifer Byars, will present the budget, but there wil...
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