Get Your Scholarships Here!

The Suffield Observer will sponsor two scholarships to Suffield residents who will be entering an accredited two-or four-year college in September. The scholarships honor Samuel S. Fuller, founder of the paper, and Robert O. Y. Warren, a former Chairman of the Board.

STEM has been launched!

This year the Suffield Public Schools has launched a brand-new STEM program for students in grades K-5, at both Spaulding Elementary School and McAlister Intermediate School. Within both buildings each class is provided with opportunities to visit the STEM lab.

Schools Continue to Provide Free Meals

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Suffield Public Schools began providing meals to all children 18 and under last March. By the end of June, we had provided almost 70,000 meals.

Meghan Signs for UHa

With a happy smile behind her mask, Meghan Tillona signs her acceptance of the scholarship she was offered by the University of Hartford, where she will be a great asset to that school’s track team.

Suffield Academy Reduces Food Waste

The United States Department of Agriculture estimates that Americans produce approximately one pound of food waste every day; this is equal to approximately four McDonald’s Quarter Pounders. Food scraps are the number one item found in landfills, and with such a large percentage of that waste being biodegradable, extremely high levels of methane gas and carbon dioxide are released, trapping heat in our atmosphere and contributing to global warming.

Is a Pet Gecko Right for You?

Some people may have seen geckos in Florida or even the rainforest, while others have seen them in a pet store! Just like a dog or cat, people can have geckos as pets.

SHS Junior Selected as Nutmeg Award Judge

Tiffany Tan, a junior at Suffield High School, has been selected to be one of only two high school student judges from all of Connecticut to be a member of the prestigious Nutmeg Award Selection Committee.

Rotary Student of the Month – November

Suffield High School’s Rotary Student of the Month for November, Julianna is a senior and a member of our National Honor and World Language Honor Society, and is the president of both societies. She was also the World Language Student of the Month in her sophomore year.