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Monday, December 21, 2015

Goodbye to a Leader at LEARN

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One of the great things about LEARN is that our employees stay here for a long time. In many cases, they choose to live out their careers here because of our mission and the people we serve. Over the past few months, there have been a few people that have retired from LEARN that we would like to specifically recognize. Linda Dadona, Principal of CTRA. Paul Carolan, Principal of RMMS. Julie Leis, Developmental Educator. Patricia “Pip” Fritzsche and Linda Spencer, both Developmental...

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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

New Assistant Director Enjoying First Few Weeks

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Dr. Tina Mannarino, Assistant Director of Young Children and Families is getting settled with LEARN after officially being with the company for 2 weeks. She was appointed to the position on November 19th and started on November 30th. She takes on a role which has recently been moved into the Student Support Services division at LEARN. Mannarino has experience that helps in her new role, including serving as the Supervisor of Early Childhood Education for New Haven Public Schools since 2003. She...

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Tuesday, December 01, 2015

A Big Win for Dual Language & Arts Magnet Middle School

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On Saturday, November 14th, two Lego Robotics teams from Dual Language & Arts Magnet Middle School placed first in their specific team projects categories and moved onto the next round of the competition. The annual “Bash @ The Beach” regional Lego Robotics competition was held at Lyme-Old Lyme High School and had eighteen teams all competing for the honor to advance to the statewide championships held in December. Fini McGlinchy has been the Robotics coach since the team was formed...

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