Colonel Pride, Diplomas, and…Fireworks?

Although the snow days might feel relaxing and enjoyable in the moment, they have a huge impact on the well-deserved summer vacation. With the four recent nor'easters slamming Connecticut with high winds, cumulative snowfall, and below freezing temperatures, LHS administration has come to the conclusion to move senior graduation to July 4th, 2018. That’s right, … Continue reading Colonel Pride, Diplomas, and…Fireworks?

Less Netflix, More Work

Do you volunteer? ...No? Well, now it’s not really a choice. Ledyard High School, following examples set by other southeastern CT schools is now implementing a community service requirement for graduation. The new policy will require a minimum of 100 volunteer hours throughout your four years of high school. This is expected to help seniors … Continue reading Less Netflix, More Work

No Rest for the Weary

  Students at Ledyard High School have been filled with jubilee repeatedly as nor’easters have swept in resulting in Superintendent Jay Hartling cancelling school.  But this undiluted joy will come to an abrupt stop as soon as they find out the consequences of Mother Nature’s actions. New England has been hit with winter storm after … Continue reading No Rest for the Weary

Ledyard Principal Announces School on Saturday

Ledyard Public Schools have had several school cancellations because of snow.  Legally, Connecticut public schools must have 180 days of school and cannot have school past June 30th.  Spring has started, but nature has continued to provide harsh weather. To ensure that Ledyard students reach the required number of school days and get out for … Continue reading Ledyard Principal Announces School on Saturday