What Matters Most to Easton: Michelle McCabe Responds

1. What do you believe is the single most important issue facing Easton voters and why? 

The single most important issue is our resilience in the face of challenges, whether it’s the pandemic, the economic crisis, or extreme weather events. I plan to ensure our resiliency through Continue reading “What Matters Most to Easton: Michelle McCabe Responds”

Schools to Reopen with Hybrid Model on Sept. 8

Interim Superintendent Stephanie Pierson Ugol sent the following update concerning the start of the 2020-2021 school year for Easton and Redding public schools:

August 12, 2020

Dear ER9 Families:

We look forward to seeing you all as we reopen our schools in the weeks ahead.

Reopening Continue reading “Schools to Reopen with Hybrid Model on Sept. 8”

Update: Service Restored: Service Outage in Easton on Thursday July 30

A note on the Easton website shows that service has been restored. “We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience and understanding,” the message states.

Earlier this afternoon, town officials posted a message that they are working diligently to restore to internet Continue reading “Update: Service Restored: Service Outage in Easton on Thursday July 30”

Video Captures Helen Keller Middle School Vibe

Under the direction of Principal Susan Kaplan and Assistant Principal
Annie Mohr, and produced by Music Teacher Eric Dolecki, the following
video was shared with the Board of Education In December 2019, so that
the Board can have a better sense of the Continue reading “Video Captures Helen Keller Middle School Vibe”