We know one thing … someone’s gonna be attached to a high. Yes, we’re talking about the proposed high school to replace Harding. Let us know your opinion on this. You don’t have to be high, or registered with OIB, to express your view.
Entries Tagged as 'Harding High School'
January 1st, 2015 · 14 Comments · Analysis and Comment, Development and Zoning, Education
December 27th, 2014 · 5 Comments · Education, News and Events
From Linda Conner Lambeck, CT Post: An open call for comments on plans to build a new Harding High School on a contaminated Bond Street parcel owned by GE drew written responses from a handful of people by the Dec. 18 deadline.
December 16th, 2014 · 1 Comment · Education, News and Events
As the Board of Education searches for a school chief to replace interim Fran Rabinowitz and examines the proposed construction for a new Harding High School, newly elected chairman Dave Hennessey has made his assignments to key committees.
December 14th, 2014 · 38 Comments · Development and Zoning, Education
December 12th, 2014 · 4 Comments · Development and Zoning, Education, News and Events
Attended by neighborhood residents, educators and trade workers, a crowd Thursday night packed the Harding cafeteria during a public hearing on the proposed location of a new school on contaminated property owned by General Electric. More from Linda Conner Lambeck, CT Post: Willie Vegas attended Harding High School. He has four grandkids who potentially will […]
December 11th, 2014 · 5 Comments · Education, News and Events
Newly named Board of Education chairman Dave Hennessey and the newest member of the school board Kadisha Coates who supported his election Monday night, joined Mayor Bill Finch and interim Superintendent of Schools Fran Rabinowitz at Wilbur Cross School on Thursday to celebrate the city’s awarding of $4.5 million in federal funds for 180 new […]
December 5th, 2014 · 5 Comments · Development and Zoning, Education, News and Events
From Linda Conner Lambeck: CT Post: Seated in the cafeteria of the 89-year-old Harding High School, a team of state, city and GE officials held an information session on Thursday trying to convince about 100 members of the public that building a new Harding High School on a toxin-filled former industrial parcel is safe.