Wells Road students support anti-puppy mill bill at the Capitol

On March 1, some fifth grade students took their capstone research and knowledge to the Connecticut Legislative Office Building to show support for a bill currently under consideration. Several students who are passionate about eliminating puppy mills, wanted to shed light on both the horrible conditions adult dogs and puppies are forced to live in as well as the inhumane treatment that may result in health problems as they get older.

14th Annual Granby Youth Lacrosse Jamboree is April 28

Granby Youth Lacrosse will hold its 14th Annual Bantam Jamboree on Sunday, April 28, at Salmon Brook Park. Teams of third and fourth graders from surrounding towns will compete in games and participate in a free clinic sponsored by the Dodgers and Titans, local club lacrosse teams. 

This tournament is run almost exclusively by high school students, giving them community service hours, leadership opportunities and a chance to give back to the youth lacrosse program that they grew up with. 

All proceeds from this tournament will go towards scholarships for two graduating HS lacrosse players, as well as charitable organizations.

Granby student stars in Cobb School’s opera

On March 8, Cobb School Founder and Head of School Mary Lou Cobb applauded the many people who made her last “opera week” such an enormous success. In June, after 45 years of service, Mary Lou Cobb will step down from her post as head of school.