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Posted 04/26/2017 10:44AM
Prize Assembly is our first May event that we require our community to be in formal dress code.
Posted 04/25/2017 04:54PM
Sixth and seventh graders are using Scratch programming to "think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively..."
Posted 04/24/2017 03:45PM
Former English teacher at Williams and author of a book about the Battle of Groton, Richard White, met up with our students.
Posted 04/23/2017 03:19PM
Callum Tresnan '18 reflects on speaker Rais Bhuiyan's message: using forgiveness and empathy to create a world without hate.
Posted 04/19/2017 09:23AM
Upcoming College Represetative visits, AP exam reminders, understanding the Financial Aid Application Processand summer SAT/ACT classes.
Posted 04/19/2017 09:17AM
Learn more about this exciting travel opportunity at an informal meeting on Wednesday, May 3 at 5:30PM.

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April 2017

Prize Assembly is our first May event that we require our community to be in formal dress code.
Sixth and seventh graders are using Scratch programming to "think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively..."
Former English teacher at Williams and author of a book about the Battle of Groton, Richard White, met up with our students.
Callum Tresnan '18 reflects on speaker Rais Bhuiyan's message: using forgiveness and empathy to create a world without hate.
Upcoming College Represetative visits, AP exam reminders, understanding the Financial Aid Application Processand summer SAT/ACT classes.
Learn more about this exciting travel opportunity at an informal meeting on Wednesday, May 3 at 5:30PM.
Next week we will showcase our Blues spirit with a week of class competitions.
Read the top five reasons to consider Boston College by Cristan Harris.
Our student art work was celebrated at the Opening Reception for this community art show.
Garrett Folts '18 and Arielle Frommer '21 share their recent successes with us.
Cristan Harris shares her insight on colleges and universities that might be of interest to our students.
Join us for an exciting day of home athletic contests and an egg hunt to benefit local charities.
Any student taking an AP exam must attend one of three sessions to complete mandatory forms.
The parents of each grade find opportunities during the year to get families together to socialize and share.
The EpiPens we have in the building are not part of the recall.
Service Committee is organizing a Williams School team to for this yearly event.
Please share your volunteer work with our community.
From traditional classroom learning to personal expression through art and athletics.
On Wednesday, April 26 we will spend our afternoon exploring agriculture, animals, and the great outdoors.
Callum Tresnan '18 evaluates the student body's outlook on the discussion of controversy
Carolyn Xenelis '18 interviews two members of the New London community who face homelessness; their stories defy and tear down common stereotypes about how one reaches a point of homelessness.
Musical Theatre Class particiated in a choral workshop and attended a matinee of "Wicked."
An alumni profile of Dr. Avery Woodworth Silver and the work she is doing as a vet in her community
A story of Winifred Jane Donovan '38 who helped JFK in the writing of Profiles in Courage
A tribute to former faculty member Linda Whitlock
Drew Watson '13 is working for AmeriCorps and teaching agricultural sustainability.
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