McMorran Updates Community on Reopening Schools in the Fall

School Superintendent Dr. Thomas McMorran sent the following message to the Easton and Redding communities today, updating them on Gov. Ned Lamont’s plans for Connecticut about reopening state schools in the fall.

Dear Friends and Families of ER9:

Governor Lamont announced yesterday Continue reading “McMorran Updates Community on Reopening Schools in the Fall”

‘The secret is …’ Reflections on 25 Years of Working Together as Educators

I have so many things I can share about my 25-year-plus working relationship with Tom (Superintendent Dr. Thomas McMorran).  It is important to note that he is one year older than I  (at least that is important to me!)

Let’s see, we began teaching together at Ridgefield High School Continue reading “‘The secret is …’ Reflections on 25 Years of Working Together as Educators”

McMorran Will Miss ER9 Students but Health and Family Come First

After 35 years as an educator — the last 13 as an administrator for the Easton, Redding and Region 9 Schools — Superintendent Dr. Thomas McMorran, 56, is ready for a change. 

Last week he informed the chairs of the Triboard of Education, composed of the boards of education for Continue reading “McMorran Will Miss ER9 Students but Health and Family Come First”

Superintendent McMorran Announces Retirement

ER9 Superintendent Dr. Tom McMorran released the following announcement today:

May 18, 2020

Dear Friends and Families of ER9:

I am writing to inform you of my intention to retire at the end of this school year.  This year is my 35th year in education.

As much as I love the boys Continue reading “Superintendent McMorran Announces Retirement”

Parents Get Answers 24/7 on Hospital Hotline

Parents worried about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on their children’s health can take some comfort from the fact that the medical profession has “really good data  from China” and “children do exceptionally well with this illness. 

“There has been an exceptionally low Continue reading “Parents Get Answers 24/7 on Hospital Hotline”

NEW: 3/21 Gov. Lamont Update, 3/20 Bindelglass and McMorran Updates, Town Hall Closed

Note: This article will continue to be updated with the official communications, updates, cancellations and closures that are most relevant to local Easton residents — Easton Courier editors

On Saturday, March 21, Gov. Lamont released an update with the following key points:

Continue reading “NEW: 3/21 Gov. Lamont Update, 3/20 Bindelglass and McMorran Updates, Town Hall Closed”

Town Hall By Appt., 3/16 Superintendent’s Update, 3/16 Bindelglass Update, 3/16 Gov. Lamont Update

TOWN OF EASTON

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Monday March 16, 2020

TOWN HALL HOURS BY APPOINTMENT

Due to health concerns for the general public and our town employees raised by COVID-19, First Selectman Dr. David Bindelglass today announced that starting Tuesday March Continue reading “Town Hall By Appt., 3/16 Superintendent’s Update, 3/16 Bindelglass Update, 3/16 Gov. Lamont Update”

Updates, Closures and Cancellation News through Monday, 3/16/2020

Note: This article contains archived information that is most relevant to Easton residents after it had run as a featured or breaking news item. — Easton Courier (EastonCourier.news) volunteer staff.

On Monday, March 16 First Selectman Bindelglass released an update about town Continue reading “Updates, Closures and Cancellation News through Monday, 3/16/2020”

Bindelglass Updates Easton on COVID-19

NOTE: For the latest Easton-related COVID-19 information, including updates, closings, and cancellations, see https://eastoncourier.news/2020/03/12/er9-schools-closed-march-13-march-20/ — EastonCourier.news volunteer staff

As many of you are aware, several cases of the virus have Continue reading “Bindelglass Updates Easton on COVID-19”

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