Seymour looks forward to year of change

Seymour looks forward to year of change

There are 2 comments on the The Valley Gazette story from Jan 5, 2012, titled Seymour looks forward to year of change. In it, The Valley Gazette reports that:

Seymour starts the new year with a new first selectman at the helm and a new Superintendent of Schools set to take over in July.

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Mark Twain

Oxford, CT

#1 Jan 10, 2012
Does this mean that special needs kids finally get their own class with a curriculum geared towards these special needs. I always thought it was a terrible thing to put special needs student into the standard classes. I can't imagine the torture of having to compete with classmates who do not have special needs. That would be like forcing a person who has lost their limbs to join the Olympic swim team and get the same results.

United States

#3 Jan 21, 2012
How about an alternative education program for the high school!

When is the BOE going to wake up. Kisa are being lost through the cracks at the HS. The HS needs an alternative education program

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