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Arts Council Announces Creative Achievement Awards

A twenty year long standing tradition in Greenwich the Arts Council will be awarding its Creative Achievement Awards to seven young Juniors in Greenwich schools on Tuesday, May 23 at 5 p.m. at the Arts Center. These awards are made annually to outstanding High School Juniors selected by their teachers, who are creative, who challenge existing assumptions and who find new paths in the arts. These awards are an important recognition affirming the essential role of the arts in our lives and the conviction that pursuits in the visual and performing arts must be supported. read more...

Editorial: School’s Out

Under cloud-swept skies on the first evening of summer, 635 Greenwich High School seniors received their diplomas and took the next step in their journey to adulthood. It was an emotional evening. Students listened attentively as ESPN anchor and Greenwich resident Hannah Storm talked about the challenges she overcame on her road to success. Class President Joseph Peters spoke eloquently of the tragedies they endured, of how Bart Palosz and Emily Fedorko should have graduated with them; instead Bart and Emily and another former GHS student, Carey LeCamp, were remembered by their classmates. By the end of the ceremony the sun was setting these young adults were ready for their next adventure. read more...

Library extends hours for private and public school finals

Greenwich Library will once again offer extended hours to accommodate the study needs of high school students during final exams in May and June. Dozens of students use the Library as a quiet study space during exams, making the Library an ideal location for both individual and group study. Library staff will be available to assist with reference questions. read more...