At the Principals’ Coffee on Tuesday April 12, the Owl learned lots of stuff that she should have known. This is not unusual for the Owl, but in this case, I suspect that there are many parents, and perhaps students, who are not fully aware of high school sport rules and penalties. And given the Principals’ (I am talking PrincipalRead more
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Now to be fully honest here, as a Dutch-American of New York descent (there’s something wrong there but I’m going with it) I just don’t care about St. Patrick’s Day. There, I’ve said it, all my Irish Bostonian friends. I don’t think the majority of people even know who St. Patrick was, and I do not think St. Pat wasRead more
Yesterday, Weston Public Schools Superintendent Midge Connolly sent an email to all public school parents about plans for the school year. According to Dr. Connolly, the overarching goal of the administration is to “safely open schools in the fall for the full 180 days.” This, as stated in the communication, would be the first time in three years that aRead more
Weston High School has announced that the new Head Football Coach will be Jim Wilcon, familiar to many Wildcats fans as the Head Coach for the High School lacrosse team. The Owl had to come out of summer basking on the soccer and baseball sidelines to talk about the impending new dynasty of Weston high school football. Just so you’reRead more
As more and more events pop onto the calendar, the Owl is wondering what in the world supercharged the town this weekend. In case you’re having trouble keeping a grip on all that is happening in this extremely exciting town, here’s the round-up. If the Owl missed your event, send me an email (email@example.com). Friday, June 4: 5 pm: TheRead more
On a beautiful Wednesday morning at the Middle School campus, the Owl was able to get out and about with John Gibbons, Weston Middle School principal extraordinaire. Mr. Gibbons (it is impossible to call him John when my kids refer to him as Mr. Gibbons) is completing his 29th year in the Weston school system. We visited the redbud treeRead more