• NICE To Welcome Visitors This Week

    A scheduled visit from Chinese educators from Newtown’s sister schools in Liaocheng, China, for February 15 to 24 has Newtown International Center for Education (NICE) Program Coordinator and Newtown High School Assistant Principal Jason Hiruo reflecting on the history of t...

  • Resident Raising Money To Rove With ‘Me To We’

    This summer Liz Tarshis, a junior at Bridgewater State University and a 2012 Newtown High School graduate, is set to participate in a trip to Ecuador with the organization Me to We, a sister organization of Free the Children, but she needs to raise $4,000 first to cover the costs...

  • Hawley PE Favorites Program Is A Hit

    A before school club at Hawley Elementary School has had students playing some gymnasium activity favorites. Hawley physical education (PE) teacher Doug Michlovitz said the PE Favorites program was offered in two sessions for both lower grades and older gr...

  • Reed Students Share 'Heartfelt' Stories

    Reed Intermediate School students in Valerie Pagano-Hepburn and Georgia Smith's cluster were surrounded by hearts, stories, and friends and family members on Thursday, January 24, when a recently completed project was celebrated.

  • Rubber Ducks Bring Smiles To Sandy Hook School

    It started with a donation of 500 rubber ducks. Monroe Police Department Officer Mike Panza was in the Sandy Hook School office, now located in Monroe’s Chalk Hill Middle School, when the office staff was trying to decide what to do with 500 rubber d...

  • iPhone App By NHS Student Now Available

    Atrixx is the most recent iPhone/iPad app created by Newtown High School freshmen Brendan Gregory, who has been interested in programming since seventh grade.

  • Newtown Educators Thank Monroe

    Through comments and cookies this week, Newtown reached out to thank Monroe for all it has done since 12/14.

  • Virginia Student Raises Money For Newtown Memorial Fund

    Following the events of 12/14, Isabel Linzer, a high school student at Yorktown High School in Virginia, began collecting donations at her school and in her community.

  • Harlem Wizards Took On 'Newtown Strong'

    Wearing green T-shirts members of "Newtown Strong," an assembled basketball team of people associated with the Newtown school district and town, made their way into the gymnasium at Newtown High School on Saturday, January 19, to the sound of applause.

  • Reed Students Participate In Geography Bee

    Reed Intermediate School sixth grade teacher Maura Drabik introduced the assembled school in the school's cafetorium on Monday, January 14, to the conclusion of the National Geographic Geography Bee at Reed.