Category: Schools

BC doesn’t disappoint

By MICHAEL LETENDRE STAFF WRITER MERIDEN – Any time the boys basketball squads from Bristol Central and Maloney get together, it’s always an entertaining affair and a close bout. And on Monday, Dec. 19 – from the newly refurbished Nessing…

Basketball players reach out to shut-ins

The St. Joseph School Girls Basketball teams spent some time making cards for people who are shut-ins, or may not have family this time a year.

St. Paul Catholic to kick off 50th anniversary celebration on Sept. 17

It’s been almost one half century since the St. Paul Catholic High School yearbook championed their first graduating class.  “They conceived a school… in a breakthrough of thought…,” reads the 1970 Kaleidoscope, “minds opened as the ground broke… and spirit grew.”…

Online business courses offered by Tunxis

Tunxis Community College’s Business Administration program will offer seven-week online courses starting in August as part of its offerings for those students who want the added flexibility of taking courses off-campus in a quicker time frame. “Principles of Managerial Accounting”…

Bristol Eastern students win Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra competition

Two students from Bristol Eastern High School won the Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Competition April 2 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Torrington. Kara Friedman won first prize with a performance of von Weber’s Concertino for Clarinet. Brenda Krosnicki won…

Rep. Pavalock reads at Mountain View

BRISTOL –On Thursday, State Representative Cara Pavalock (R-Bristol) paid a visit to Mountain View Elementary School in Bristol to participate in Read Across America Day. In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, Pavalock joined in the nationwide celebration by reading “The…