RSD #17 Restructuring Plan FAQs Updated

The updated FAQs for the Regional School District #17’s Restructuring Plan, which includes the closing of Haddam Elementary School, put out by the Board of Education, can be found HERE. The FAQs were updated on Dec. 21, 2018. They are also listed below for your convenience. District Restructuring FAQ Update What will the Intermediate School […]

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RSD #17 Board of Education Meeting Notes: Dec. 18, 2018

Submitted by Ed Munster. This regular meeting of the BOE was held in the library at the HKMS in Killingworth.  Members of the RSD #17 Board in attendance were Joanne Nesti, Brenda Buzzi, Suzanne Sack, Peter Sonski, Eileen Blewett and Kathy Zandi,  Absent were Maura Wallin, Joel D’Angelo, Gerry Mathews, Eric Couture and Sue Twachtman. […]

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Increased Mobility with Estuary Transit District’s Low-Cost Taxi Vouchers

Submitted by Joseph Comerford, Exec. Dir., Estuary Transit District. (Dec. 10, 2018) — Mobility can be a source of anxiety and frustration for many seniors and persons with disabilities. While there are transportation options to assist those in need, this population continues to face difficulties as it relates to their mobility. However, Estuary Transit District […]

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RSD #17 Preschool Seeking 3- and 4-year olds for the 2019-2020 School Year

Submitted by Cindy Sadlowski. The RSD 17 Integrated Special Needs Preschool Program is seeking 3 and 4 year olds for the 2019-2020 school year. This program consists of peer students and identified special education students in a language-rich, structured environment focused on center-based learning. To meet the criteria for a peer student, your child must:  […]

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Meet the RSD #17 Board of Education: Kathleen Zandi

By Kathy Brown. In this series, we will introduce you to all eleven members of the Regional School District #17’s Board of Education for 2017-18. In November 2017, Kathleen Zandi was elected by the voters of Killingworth as a Democratic candidate. Kathy and her husband settled in Killingworth in 1999 based on “location, rural character, […]

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