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Budget and Finance: At the February 13th meeting, the Amity Board of Education reviewed the Superintendent’s Proposed Budget for 2023-2024. Per the Board’s bylaw, the presentation included a review of the academic and extracurricular accomplishments from the past and current school year, and the
Three individuals will be honored at the Living Treasure Award ceremony on May 18, 2023, from 5-8pm in the High Plains Community Center in Orange. Purchase tickets at the Community Services office.
Principals of Amity schools recently presented students with the annual CAPSS (Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents) Awards that recognize students who do well academically as well as valuable members of their community. Here are the winners of this year’s awards and what
Amity Regional High School Advances for National Academic Decathlon Competition
Across Connecticut, enrollment in public schools has dropped due to falling population in the last decade. Amity's enrollment dropped 9% from 2012-2021, and 3% from 2017-2021. Amity ranks in the middle of BOWA districts, and in the middle of districts both like us AND wealthier than us.
Emma Gulliford and Sam Feliconio, both sixth-grade students at The Peck Place School, received the 2023 Outstanding Arts Award at the 24th Annual Elementary Schools Celebration of the Arts Festival. The celebration was held at the Aqua Turf in Plantsville, Connecticut. The Connecticut Association
Smithfield, RI - Bryant University is pleased to recognize the students who have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to academic excellence and achievement and have been named to the fall 2022 Deans’ List. To earn a place on the Deans’ List students must have a GPA of 3.4 or better for at least 1
Each student received $1000 to assist their pursuit of a degree in Environmental Science. Student Alexa Gabriel was not present for the $1000 Richard Wright Scholarship, due to her studies abroad. Board members present are back row: George Lesko, Suzanne Anderson, member Eva Kendrick
On Friday, February 10, students in Orange had the opportunity to get even more excited about writing and reading with bestselling author Elise Broach. Thanks to the combined sponsorship of the PTOs from The Peck Place School, Race Brook School and Turkey Hill School, Broach gave an in-person
Hundreds of debate teams from around the world entered the 2022-23 International Public Policy Forum (IPPF) competition, but only 16 remain – including a team of students from Amity Regional High School in Woodbridge, Connecticut. By advancing into the “Sweet 16” round, the students remain eligible