All you need to know about the Common Core

The League of Women Voters of Greenwich and The Greenwich Alliance For Education Present:

All You Need to Know About the Common Core

Tuesday, October 28th

7:00 PM

Central Middle School

Expert Speakers:

Dr. William McKersie – Superintendent of Greenwich Public Schools

Mrs. Irene Parisi – Assistant Superintendent for CIPL

Don Romoser – President Connecticut PTA

Megan Roby – Social Studies Teacher, GHS

Kathleen Smith-Ramirez – Teacher, North Mianus School

2014 Debate Night

Monday, October 6

7 – 9 PM

Greenwich Town Hall

101 Field Point Road

First Debate: 7:00 – 7:55 PM – State Assembly District 149

Republican Incumbent: Livvy Floren

Democratic Challenger: Marc Abrams

 

Second Debate: 8:00 – 8:55 PM – State Assembly District 150

Republican: Micke Bocchino

Democrat: Jill Oberlander

 

The Greenwich League is also co-sponsoring a debate for candidates form the 4th Congressional District

Republican Challenger: Dan Debicella

Democratic Incumbent: Jim Himes

October 19th

4 – 5:30 PM

Clune Auditorium, Wilton High School

395 Danbury Road

Wilton CT 06897

Important Election Deadlines 2014

October 21                    Last Day to register to vote by mail
October 28                    Last Day to Register to Vote in person at the office of the Registrars of Voters
Absentee ballots become available on October 3, 2014. To obtain an absentee ballot, download an application from the Town website (www.greenwichct.org) or contact the Town Clerk at203 622-7897 and ask to have one mailed to you. Upon receipt of the application, the Town Clerk will email the ballot. Eligible to vote by absentee ballots are voters
* absent from town on election day
* ill or disabled
* prohibited from going to the polls by religious restrictions
* poll workers working outside their district