The Great Blue Heron is a gawky, clumsy-looking bird until it takes flight. With a slow beating of its wings, this shoreline bird is a figure of grace as it glides low along rivers, streams and lakes. The heron can be found almost anywhere in Connecticut wading in shallow waters pulling one leg up and Read More »
- The Great Blue Heron
- Glenholme GEO – Black Bears
- 3D Printer Purchased Student Council
- IECA Conference
- Glenholme GEO: Eight-Point Buck
Black bears were a rare site until the 1980s when slowly they began returning to Connecticut. Now it’s unusual for a state resident not to see a black bear and more than 100 call the Nutmeg State their home. Last year there were 8,000 reported sightings in the state although thousands of others are never Read More »
Mr. Noyes introduces Ben, the student council president, who presents an exciting gift to the school, a 3D printer purchased by the Glenholme Student Council.
Admission staffers Julie Smallwood and David Dunleavy are in Atlanta at the national Independent Educational Consultants Association conference. The event is next to Centennial Olympic Park, built for the 1996 Summer Olympics.