Does this prehistoric-looking snapping turtle look like it belongs in a Jurassic Park movie? Well, snapping turtles have been around since the Jurassic Period nearly 200 million years ago when dinosaurs ruled the earth. This sharp-beaked reptile was found crossing the road in Washington recently not far from the Glenholme School. Females lay eggs in Read More »
Recently the Glenholme Transition Program spent an afternoon at Blue Jay Orchards in Bethel, CT. They picked apples and gathered pumpkins, enjoying the absolutely beautiful autumn weather. Photos by Ms. Pugh
Fifteen educational consultants descended upon the Glenholme School this week as part of the Learning Disabilities Schools of New England Fall Tour. The annual event gives consultants a chance to visit and better understand 10 schools over a five-day period throughout the Northeast. Consultants visited programs in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont and Massachusetts.
These wild turkeys were caught jaywalking in front of the Glenholme School recently. A group of turkeys is actually known as a rafter. One hundred or so years ago, turkeys were nonexistent in Connecticut due to the clearing of forestland and severe winters. Introduced back into the state in the 1970s, these big birds have Read More »