From the Hartford Courant article of August 23, 2021: Immigration, schools and housing: Why some Connecticut towns are gaining residents South Windsor has put more than $100 million into replacing three outdated elementary schools in the past decade, and voters recently approved spending nearly $60 million on a fourth new one. “Our community made a …
Dr. Joseph Cooper, Professor in the Department of Leadership in Education at Umass/Boston, focuses on the intersection between sport, education, race, and culture with an emphasis on sport involvement as a catalyst for holistic development.
The legislature is hosting an important public hearing this week – and we really need your help! Please forward this information to your DTC membership list. You will also see social media messaging for your DTC and personal sites.
At the South Windsor Democratic Town Committee caucus tonight, town Democrats nominated a slate of experienced candidates to run for office in the November 2019 municipal election.
On Wednesday, July 17th, at 3:00 PM, South Windsor elected officials and business leaders will celebrate a new economic development venture that will benefit South Windsor and the state.