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Undetected literacy lounge proves to be hidden gem

Undetected literacy lounge proves to be hidden gem

February 8, 2017

By: Molly Mahoney '18 An Edgar Allan Poe action figure mounts the bulletin board. Green and purple chairs scatter the floor. Posters of historical and literary legends line the walls. Inviting floor lamps and a variety of Trader Joes snacks beckon newcomers. Nestled in between the social studies department...

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Hannah Foley, Staff Writer

June 20, 2014

Contrary to the typical image of an angsty teen who hates high school, I couldn’t be more grateful for these past four years and the teachers who have shaped them. While I admit to complaining and whining a bit too dramatically along the way, I owe them for preparing me for the next four years of my...

June 02, 2011| Tying Up Loose Ends

June 02, 2011| Tying Up Loose Ends

June 2, 2011

   1:45 p.m. Silence in the classroom.  David Breen '14 and James Rubin '14 work diligently to finish up work before exams....

June 02, 2011| Tying Up Loose Ends

June 02, 2011| Tying Up Loose Ends

June 2, 2011

   1:45 p.m. Silence in the classroom.  David Breen '14 and James Rubin '14 work diligently to finish up work before exams....

Classroom Cuts & Budget Blues: A Q&A with Providence Mayor Angel Taveras

Classroom Cuts & Budget Blues: A Q&A with Providence Mayor Angel Taveras

April 4, 2011

On March 1, Superintendent of Westport Public Schools Elliott Landon sent a letter to 144 untenured Westport teachers notifying them that their contracts would not be renewed for the 2011-12 school year. In addition, the Board of Education (BOE) and Board of Finance (BOF) have been at odds regarding budgetary cuts. These financial and staffing cuts are not unique to Westport:...

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