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Aug 14 2017

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Dear Region 6 Community,

It has been a busy month as the district has welcomed Mr. Sabin Loveland as the new principal of WAMOGO. All three of the elementary roofing projects started and are on schedule for completion in mid August. Our district facility crews have been working non-stop getting classrooms ready for the first day of school. Meanwhile, planning and implementation work with all school leaders have been full speed forward.

As my first month in the district comes to an end. I have been reflective of the many kind greetings received from our three communities. I have also thought back to a simpler time when appointments were not necessary to see a person. I recalled being a child going to see a doctor, long before minute clinics or urgent care, and how you could just have an office visit. Therefore, I wanted to try something to increase communication and celebrate our shared vision of community.

Starting this school year on Friday mornings, I am pleased to announce a return to basics and an open door. Every Friday from 8:00 a.m. to noon my office will have a walk in policy. Anyone can visit, at any point, with any idea, or issue, and can have a meeting up to 20 minutes. No appointments (or reservations) will be needed or taken. It is a guaranteed time to find me, have a cup of coffee, discussion, or just share a way we can continue to grow and develop as a district.

Again, I thank everyone for a great welcome and look forward to our important work in educating all of our children.

Chris Leone, Superintendent

Northwestern Connecticut Community College

A Super Saturday Registration Blitz will be held at Northwestern Connecticut Community College on Saturday, August 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Greenwoods Hall. The Super Saturday Registration Blitz will offer one-stop access to enable students to apply to NCCC or register for fall 2017 classes, which will begin on Tuesday, August 29.

Community College staff members from Admissions, Academic Counseling, the Registrar s Office, Financial Aid, the Cashier s Office, and others, will be available to assist students through the application and registration processes and with class schedules, course selection, financial aid applications, testing and other matters.

New students can apply, and get assistance with financial aid (bring high school diploma and immunization information). Those who have not yet earned college credit in Math and English are required to take a basic skills placement test prior to registering, please call the NCCC Admissions Office at (860) 738-6330 for a placement test appointment. For continuing students, Advisors and Faculty will be available to assist with registration. Please visit www.nwcc.edu. for more information.

NCCC receives 6,000 Grant

to Help Student s Needs

Northwestern Connecticut Community College is pleased to announce the award of a 6,000 grant from the Keroden Endowed Fund, a fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, Inc. This start-up grant has been awarded to support both the campus Food for Thought student food pantry and the NCCC Student Emergency Fund ; providing assistance to food insecure students and students facing emergency needs. Click here for details.

Litchfield Community Center

Monday, August 7 – Friday, August 11

Play-Well TEKnologies Lego camps are 3 hours. The Litchfield Community Center will offer a coinciding day camp that will allow campers to spend the whole day at the Community Center. Extra Bricks camp offers a traditional style day campand games that will get the kids outside and movingafter, or before, their time inside with Legos.

Here is an example of a typical day for acamper (age 5-7) who joins extra bricks:

9:00-12:00 – Pre-engineering Lego Camp

12:00-1:00pm – Lunch and group activity

1:00-4:00pm -Extra Bricks Camp

For a camper aged 8-10, the day would be similarexcept have Extra Bricks in the morningand Lego camp in the afternoon from 1-4pm.

Extra Bricks campers will engage in various activities and games they might participate in a normal day camp such as tag games, sports related games, group challenges, capture the flag, arts crafts, and a movie.

Pre-registration/pre-payment is required.

Note: 3.00 pp credit card processing

fee will be added to your order


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