ByTimothy M. Van Tassel, Superintendent of Schools |
It is with great pleasure that I announce the recipients of the 2019-2020 Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) Student Award recipients for the Suffield Public Schools. This year’s honorees are Kati Davis (Grade 12) and Anna Washburn (Grade 8).
This fall, the Suffield High School drama program is taking on an exciting challenge: mounting an original musical production, BFF, which revolves around a network of high school friends and whose drama is driven by issues and struggles that people of all ages face today.
The Suffield community is invited to attend a series of educational events that will inform and inspire on the subject of autism. A national speaker on the subject, Jeanne Beard of National Autism Academy, will be coming to Suffield on December 3.
The Suffield High/Windsor Locks High Robotics Team, known as Aces High 176, made a trip to Detroit, Mich., near the end of the last school year to compete in the World Championship of the FIRST Robotics Competition.
“I just love my job,” beamed Erin Shea, Suffield’s Teacher of the Year. “I have great kids to work with, and caring parents and a supportive staff at Suffield High School. Besides that, I have an understanding husband, Tim, who teaches at Suffield High School.”
ByTimothy M. Van Tasel, Superintendent of Schools |
It is hard to believe that October is already here and our school year is well underway for our students and staff. As with each new school year, our new beginning is yet another chance for our students to learn, explore, and enjoy the many opportunities the community of Suffield provides in its schools.