Part of our goal in school is to create constructive voices in each student’s head — voices that push the internal conversations to be conversations of consequence.
Norwalk City Schools technology director shares suggestions to make it tougher on hackers.
Do not waste the precious gift of life on trying to look or act like someone else from modern society.
The Drug Abuse Resistance Education program has become an integral part of Main Street School.
“You can make good decisions if you use common sense, weigh the pros and cons, and really focus on what is important.”
Public schools are here to educate all of our children, are paid for by all of our taxes, and are governed by democratically and locally elected public school boards.
Financing the great cost of a preschool through grade 12 Catholic school is a daunting task today.
Norwalk Middle School principal discusses technology addiction in students.
You will be so surprised by how many new skills your preschooler and kindergartner will master in one year’s time.
Norwalk High School plans to deconstruct its curriculum standards, increase content area literacy and promote a vibrant and healthy learning environment for everyone.
This Advent and Christmas seasons we can turn to the example of Christ’s life as a guide for all of us.
Many of staff members give of their time and money to provide for students’ basic needs throughout school year.
What really matters in the end, is that we are giving from the heart.
An anonymous donor paid for 212 Norwalk students to see the movie “Wonder” at the theater.
Norwalk Catholic School has been reflecting on its long history.