Why you should NEVER read someone’s diary

I can still remember the day vividly—I came from school a happy 10-year-old kid. I threw my backpack on the ground and ran upstairs to write in my baby blue journal. However, when I opened my desk drawer, I saw that it wasn’t there.

Granby students recognized at State DECA Conference

Connecticut DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) hosted a virtual state conference for the second year due to COVID-19. With over 58 chapters and 2,500 student competitors and advisors, CT DECA kept its tradition of competing alive despite the challenges of hosting large-scale events.

Jazz clinic held at GMMS

On May 9, guest conductor John Mastroianni worked with the Granby Memorial Middle School Jazz Band. Mastroianni is well known for his work with the Hall and Canton high school jazz programs and is currently a jazz professor at the University of Connecticut.

Safe Grad party art contest winners

The invitation design contest winners for the 2022 Granby Parents for a Safe Graduation grad party recipients from left: ART CAS leader Hollie Hecht, first place winner Erin Panella-Malley, second place winner Travis Jude Green, third place winner Emma Hansen.

School year wraps up

This school year is quickly coming to an end. With the end of any school year comes concerts, award programs, dance/prom, and many other exciting events to culminate an incredible school year.

Valley Pre-School holds art show

Valley Pre-School embodies the beauty of what it is to be a child: discovery, self-expression, creativity and developing care for themselves, their friends and their community. There is something extraordinary about seeing the world through the eyes of a child.

Granby Horse Council awards two scholarships

The Granby Horse Council awarded scholarships to help defray college expenses to two Granby Memorial High School seniors. Both students live in East Hartland and have been admitted to equine studies programs.