Five candidates for three spots conclude three-part series by addressing issues in Norwalk City Schools that concern them the most.
Five candidates — including one current board member — are running for three spots on Norwalk school board.
Changes designed to help alleviate traffic issues around Main Street School.
Incumbent Steve Linder and candidates Julie Castle, Eric Gonzales, Ralph Ritzenthaler and Beth Schnellinger are competing for three spots.
Three local residents shared their concerns Tuesday with the Norwalk school board about the way the district handled the online threat
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“It’s the lowest grade they allow me to give.”
Local superintendents say the state report card doesn’t reflect district improvements from one year to the next.
Mother says Norwalk City Schools “was really letting us down for safety.”
Incoming kindergarten students will spend more than 2,300 days in school before they graduate.
New home bleachers get OK'd by inspector just hours before game.
Superintendent says he’s “impressed with the new look and safety.”
New set of home bleachers cannot be used when Norwalk hosts Willard because of inspection scheduling problem.
Classes start Thursday for most students.
Linder seeking re-election; Cashen and Ludwig are not.
District denies undisclosed grievance by an educational aide.