On Thursday, April 20th, Holocaust survivor Judith Altman spoke with CMS 8th graders to share her experiences. Born in Jasina, Czechoslovakia, Altman survived two different ghettos and was transported by cattle car to Auschwitz. She survived several labor camps as well as a "death march" that ended in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp. Barely alive, she was sick with typhus when the camp was finally liberated by British forces. She is Vice President of the Holocaust Child Survivors of Connecticut.
Click HERE to view pictures of her presentation.
CMS students were busy learning about Earth Day in their Science classes on Friday, April 21st!
Aleksandra Moch is the town of Greenwich Environmental Analyst and she spoke on composting to all the 6th grade classes.
7th graders watched The Lorax and reflected on if those themes are still relevant today. Each student then explored their Ecological Footprint.
Meg McAuley Kaicher spoke to the 8th grade classes on pollinators and the kids planted sunflower or milkweed seedlings.Click HERE to view photos!
Hamilton Avenue School Principal Cindy Rigling announced her appointment as the Head of the Lower School for GEMS World Academy in Chicago.
The Greenwich Distinguished Teachers Awards Committee, Inc. has announced the recipients of the 2017 Distinguished Teachers Award.
The GHS Math Team won its eighth Connecticut State Math League Championship in the last nine years on April 6. The team took the championship by the highest margin in the history of the competition.
Following a comprehensive national search, the BOE today appointed Dr. Jill M. Gildea as the Superintendent of the GPS, effective July 1, 2017.