The PTO Executive Board, as well as our committee chairs and members, are hard at work to make sure that the 2018-19 school year is full of fun, exciting programming and educational experiences for PreK–Grade 5 students and their families. We need your help to ensure our success.
The Granby Board of Selectmen is taking applications for a 2018-2019 Student Liaison who will attend the regular meetings (first and third Mondays of the month) and report on happenings at the high school as well as get an education in the town government.
The Granby Youth Action Council is proud to announce its Zombie Shuffle for students in grades 3-5 and a parent/loved adult. The fun-filled event will feature games, costumes (if you want), food, music and dancing. It will take place Saturday, Oct.
Parents are children’s primary teachers, but most often society is teaching our children about sexuality. Our Whole Lives (OWL) is an antidote to sexualized media messages, peer pressure, misinformation and prejudice.
On Sunday, Nov. 4, 1 p.m., Salmon Brook Historical Society, in conjunction with Historic Sites of Connecticut’s Farmington Valley, will present a lecture and book signing with Brianna Dunlap, author of Connecticut Valley Tobacco.