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BACK TO SCHOOL INDEX Newtown Continuing Education Classes Available This Fall...........4 Study Tips For A Successful School Year..........................................6 Bee Lines.............................................................................................7 Get To Know Three All-Star Drivers...................................................8 A Year In A New School Building..................................................... 10 Building On 2016-17 School Year Memories For Next Year...........12 Newtown High Fall Sports Tryout Information...............................14 A Look Back At The First Day Of The 2016-17 School Year..............16 Maximize Sleep With New School Start Times...............................18 Match The Playground With Its School............................................ 19 Newtown Public Schools Overview For 2017-18 Bus Routes........20 Back To School Important Phone Numbers....................................21 Art Classes Offer A Colorful Array Of Lessons...............................46 Newtown High Fall Sports Schedule...............................................48
BUS ROUTES NHS AND NMS MORNING BUS ROUTES......................................22 NHS AND NMS AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES..................................27 HENRY ABBOTT TECH & NONNEWAUG VOTECH MORNING ROUTES........................................................................33 HAWLEY & REED INTERMEDIATE MORNING BUS ROUTES.......33 REED & HAWLEY AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES..............................35 HEAD O’ MEADOW & REED MORNING BUS ROUTES.................36 REED AND HEAD O’ MEADOW AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES........38 MIDDLE GATE AND REED MORNING BUS ROUTES.....................39 REED AND MIDDLE GATE AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES................41 REED AND SANDY HOOK SCHOOL MORNING BUS ROUTES.....42 REED AND SANDY HOOK SCHOOL AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES..................................................................................44 Photos taken for this Back To School supplement were taken by Newtown Bee staff, Kendra Bobowick, Eliza Hullabeck, Andy Hutchison, and Alissa Silber.
Head O’ Meadow Elementary School is at 94 Boggs Hill Road, and its main phone number is 203-426-7670. The school’s website is head.newtown. schooldesk.net. —Bee Photo, Bobowick
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Newtown Continuing Education Classes Available This Fall
Newtown Continuing Education announced its fall classes and it has openings available in the many of them, some described below. Contact Newtown Continuing Education at 203-426-1787, 9 am to 1 pm, Monday through Friday, for further information on dates, times, and location, or visit newtowncontinuinged.org. Newtown Continuing Education has 36 new classes as well as many perennial favorites. Classes include Gardening Indoors For Happy Houseplants; Weeds: Identification and Control of Common Weeds; Cool-Season Vegetable Gardening; Bird Feeders and Beyond, Attract Wildlife To Your Garden Year-Round; Meditation and Mindfulness; Street Smarts and Self-Defense For Women, Awareness Series; Street Smarts and SelfDefense, Basic Form Series; Chakradance, Seven Keys To Freedom Series; Awaken The Energy Healer Within; Law Of Attraction Workshops; The Haunted History Of The British Isles; The Wonderful World Of Edgar Allan Poe; The Origins Of The Victorian Christmas; Layered Pastels; Fused Glass; Serger Sewing Basics; Income Planning In Retirement; Social Security Changes In Retirement; The Joys; Challenges And Frustrations Of Aging And Life-Planning; Confused About Medicaid, Estate Planning; Medicare, Family Life Planning; Risk Management; Excel Refresher; Publisher; and Staying Safe. Cool Season Vegetable Gardening 1 — A one-time class on September 27, $29. Classgoers will learn how to extend the vegetable growing season into the fall or all winter long. They will learn which cool-season vegetables can be planted now and methods to keep them growing. Fall garden cleanup will also be discussed. The class is taught by an advanced master gardener and Sierra Club Connecticut newsletter contributor. Participants receive a vegetable seedling to plant at home. No gardening experience is required. Identification and Control of Common Weeds — A one-time class on October 4, $29. Nuisance plants are growing “like weeds” by late summer to produce seeds or nourish their roots for the following year. Students will learn the identification of several of the most common weeds and invasive plants in Connecticut. Simple, safe control methods will be included. The class is taught by an advanced master gardener and Sierra Club Connecticut newsletter contributor. Meditation and Mindfulness — A tenclass course starting September 18, $164. This class will explore what meditation is and what it is not; provide guided instruction into meditation and mindfulness practices; provide methods for integrating mindfulness into daily life and finding a still quiet place within that will ultimately reduce stress and empower the student to choose love over fear. Students should visit yogaaccessories.com or amazon.com to order a meditation pillow (zafu) and meditation mat (zabuton). A yoga mat may be used in place of the meditation mat or students may use a chair. Street Smarts and Self-Defense, Basic Form — A four-class course starting November 2, $99. Students will train in the clothes they wear every day. They will learn techniques that are practical, realistic, and that will work when needed. This series is designed to reach personal potential for any age, gender, or physical condition. Street Smarts and Self-Defense For Women, Awareness Series — A four-class course starting October 5, $99. Come to this carefully designed workshop series intended to spark and develop an acute sense of awareness, share methods to avoid uncomfortable situations and confrontations, recognize and handle practical improvised weapons within everyday reach, and identify soft and easy targets aiding manageable escapes for women with no previous training in self-defense. Learn to harness and trust the sixth sense, gain confidence and build self-reliance while practicing hands-on self-defense techniques with other peace minded women.
Chakradance, Seven Keys To Freedom Series — A four-class course starting either October 5 or November 2, $99. Students will burn calories, unwind, and find their inner compass, discovering their bodymind-spirit connection. Through guided imagery, spontaneous movement, and mandala art, each session restores balance to energy Chakras, which regulate physical organs and emotional attitudes towards safety, sexuality, power, love, communication, intuition, and self-realization. Students should bring a cushion. Law of Attraction Workshops — Four different workshops that are one class each, starting October 2, $20 per class or $75 for the full series. The series will explore how to use the Law of Attraction to deliberately create the life they want. This series is divided into four parts. The Haunted History Of The British Isles — A three-class course starting November 6, $89. Wonderful and colorful tales and authors of famous haunted tales are discussed, including the works of Charles Dickens, Mary Shelley, Robert Burns, and Brom Stoker, among others. The course is a must for anyone who loves haunted folktales and the impact on modern literature and movies. The Wonderful World Of Edgar Allan Poe — A one-time class on October 24, $34. Poe is often referred to as the Father of the American Detective Story and a first class poet. This course offers an introduction for those who would love to know more about one of America’s most colorful authors and find out some interesting facts about his works of poetry and tales of mystery and his life. The Origins Of The Victorian Christmas — A one-time class on December 4, $34. Christmas was not always celebrated in the United States. Learn the story of how Victorian traditions made Christmas the holiday that is celebrated today and its impact on movies, literature, and American culture. Fused Class Holiday Ornament/Suncatcher Workshops — Two workshops in the morning and afternoon, each starting October 28, and one “Snowflakes” session starting November 14, $49 for each class. Get a jump start on holiday gift-making by joining the class in the instructor’s homebased glass studio for a festive ornament/ suncatcher making workshop! Take inspiration from a variety of patterns or use precut glass bases to build a unique holiday gift or keepsake. All materials needed will be provided and basic glass cutting skills will be taught. Students can expect to complete two projects. No previous experience is necessary. Ornaments will be ready for pick up approximately one week following the workshop. There will be optional specialty glass available for an extra fee. Please wear closed shoes and long pants. The class is not handicap accessible, and it is limited to ten students. The How-Tos Of Medicare — A twoclass course starting October 24, $39. This is now an expanded class with two sessions and includes more Medicare plan analysis and discussion. It is designed for people approaching age 65 who have questions regarding Medicare and related medical, dental, vision, and long-term care insurance. It addresses the TV and media advertising, home mailers, and more and will talk about Medicare Part A, B & D — Supplements and Advantage Plans, Red-White-Blue Books, etc. Confused About Medicaid? — A onetime class on November 1, $29. There is much discussion about Medicaid — level of funding, changes and qualification. Government and state funded Medicaid is a very complicated process — spend downs, asset preservation and family gifting are all major considerations. This course will simplify the complexities, layout the process, terminology and resources, and answer many questions. Remember, Medicaid and Medicare are separate but potentially related programs depending on individual situations
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Study Tips For A Successful School Year
By Julia Preszler After a restful summer vacation, many students walk into a new school year with a newfound enthusiasm to learn and do well. Knowing solid study habits could be just what students need to help them succeed in the upcoming year.
example, if students typically watch Netflix to procrastinate, they can use Netflix as a reward for finishing an assignment or for studying for a predetermined amount of time. Students will experience less stress if they attack their responsibilities head-on. “If you take care of today, tomorrow’s easy,” said former Newtown Superintendent of Schools Joseph V. Erardi, Jr.
Learning Styles Students can customize their study methods based off of their individual learning style. The University of Massachusetts Managing Technological Distractions (UMass) Dartmouth website, umassd.edu, According to the StudyMode survey, techbreaks learning styles into three categories: nology provides the greatest distraction to visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. students: 61 percent of students surveyed Those with a visual learning style may bensaid they watch movies or television to avoid efit from using flashcards to review material, Educators offered studying tips ahead of the 2017-18 school year. doing work, and 58 percent of students use drawing pictures or diagrams of concepts, —Bee Photo, Hallabeck social media to procrastinate. These two and highlighting or color-coding informabehaviors beat out other procrastination tion, the UMass website suggests. Students with an auditory learning style may techniques such as sleeping, spending time with friends, reading, and shoplearn best by reading material aloud, making up a song about important infor- ping. mation, and orally summarizing what they have learned to a classmate or parThere are many things students can do to manage distractions caused by ent. According to UMass, students with a kinesthetic learning style learn best technology. For example, tutoring service Oxford Learning suggests students through hands-on experiences. Therefore, these students learn best by role can turn on the “do not disturb” setting on their phone to stop texts and social playing a concept, tracing words or diagrams on paper, taking notes while media notifications from popping up on the screen. reading or listening to material, and using different types and colors of pens, Students can also download one of many apps designed to help curb a smartpencils, and crayons to write information down. phone addiction. For example, Offtime, for Apple products, blocks distracting apps like Facebook and games. Flipd for Android phones can lock a phone for Planning, Not Procrastination a set period of time. Students can use these apps to help them focus while they According to a 2014 study by StudyMode, an international educational net- study. work that provides students with online learning tools, 87 percent of students polled said that they procrastinate on schoolwork. Tips for Younger Students It can be helpful to make a daily or weekly plan, especially for long-term Younger students who do not have tests or quizzes might not have to reguassignments. Students can break down larger projects into small pieces, and larly study. Instilling good homework habits can never start too soon, though. determine which piece to accomplish each day, according to Southeast Mis“The common attributes of successful students seem to be: excellent daily souri State University. Students can hold themselves accountable by sharing attendance, participation in class, and doing homework every night. As simple study plans with a friend, sibling, or parent. Students can explain the plan to a and straight forward as this might sound, it is these basic things that make a trusted person, and ask that person to check in with their progress periodically, huge difference,” Newtown Middle School Principal Thomas Einhorn said. according to Southeast Missouri State University. “When a youngster finally understands that school is not bad medicine and Oregon State University’s website, oregonstate.edu, suggests that students that there’s a purpose behind it other than to get on a bus and come home five identify their usual procrastination techniques in order to overcome them. For days a week, it just changes their whole world,” Dr Erardi said.
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What do you thinks is the best source of inspiration for students? Olivia Fonovic: People being positive. If you’re positive, everybody feels better.
Christina Burgess: Community help. If the community all gets together and helps the kids, it makes everybody better.
Ellia Mason: Other people and their ideas because I think if you combine your ideas with their ideas it makes a bigger picture and involves other people.
Arav Dave: Khan Academy, because it’s a free learning program that allows anyone to succeed no matter what their background is.
Max Schoetz: I think music is a great source of inspiration for students. It helps me focus. It’s very constructive, at least for me.
Aysha Hafiz: Seeing what other students can accomplish, such as [Nobel winner] Malala [Yousafzai]. It is very inspiring seeing someone your own age make a difference in your own community.
Riana Mason: Artifacts from a while ago inspire people because people might have done things differently a while ago and people might do things differently now.
Erin Scott: Their role models and their peers.
Ali Kennedy: Being positive. It’s motivating.
Talyn Keoni: Failures, because it’s like a lesson learned. When you have the opportunity to do it again, you can do it right.
David Andreotta: Bookstores. I have a 16-year-old with special needs and I love bringing her to Barnes & Noble.
Joyce Miller: Reading. My 11-yearold grandson is such a reader. He has read more books than I ever had.
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Get To Know Three All-Star Drivers By Eliza Hallabeck For All-Star Transportation’s three Newtown driver/trainers— Kate Maki, Ken Krizan, and Dave Cicchesi— the best parts of their job include the children and scenery. The trio shared information about their jobs and lives in town recently, ahead of the start of the 2017-18 school year. Along with driving buses, Mr Cicchesi, Ms Maki, and Mr Krizan also oversee training their fellow drivers. Mr Cicchesi said this school year will be his fourth driving for All-Star. He mainly drives special education routes in town, and he started the job to be with his son, Jordan, who will be a senior at Newtown High School this year. “My son is special ed, so it is easier to have him on the bus,” said Mr Cicchesi. Mr Cicchesi said he raised his son in Newtown until 2002, when they moved to Florida. The pair moved back to Newtown for Jordan’s high school years. They are both active in the Newtown community. “He does [police] cadets [and] he works for Newtown football,” Mr Cicchesi said of Jordan, listing just some of Jordan’s interests. When asked what his interests include, Mr Cicchesi said he rides a Harley-Davidson Road Glide motorcycle. He has been riding motorcycles on and off for years. When they moved back to Newtown, Mr Cicchesi said Jordan got him involved with St Rose of Lima Church’s Knights of Columbus, a Catholic family service organization. “He wanted to be a squire, so I had to be a knight,” said Mr Cicchesi, adding that he now frequently vol-
All-Star Transportation’s three trainer/drivers, from left, Ken Krizan, Kate Maki and Dave Cicchesi, at All-Star’s offices in Newtown. —Bee Photo, Hallabeck unteers at events with the group. All of the children on his bus routes call him “Mr Dave.” His favorite part of his job is “When I get the younger kids, or any of the kids, to laugh, and they tell you thank you for driving them.” Mr Cicchesi said he loves the homemade cards made for him by students or their siblings. Ms Maki has lived in Newtown for roughly 20 years, after following family to the town. She drove as an owner-operator before driving for All-Star. She has three children — Anthony, 23, Emma, 18, and Katherine, 13. Ms Maki said she spends as much time with her children as possible and she likes to go to the beach. “Cape Cod is my favorite place on
Earth. That is where I have been going since I was a baby,” said Ms Maki. Ms Maki said she has been driving “for a long time.” “My kids grew up on the bus, basically. I had my own bus... That was like our second home. I think my favorite part was watching them interact with the kids,” she said. As a mother, Ms Maki said it offered a different perspective. Parents, she said, do not always get to see how their children interact with others. “It felt like I was always driving around a big playdate,” said Ms Maki. Training other All-Star drivers, she said, gives her an opportunity to teach, which was a dream of hers
when she was younger. Ms Maki said new drivers and continuing drivers are trained. “Every four years we have to get retested,” Mr Cicchesi added, so the driver/trainers work to train drivers when possible between daily routes. The driver/trainers are also responsible for retraining and monitoring when any complaints or issues arise, according to Mr Cicchesi and Ms Maki. Mr Krizan said he has lived in Newtown since 1999, and this will be his fourth year driving for AllStar. Before working with All-Star, Mr Krizan said he worked as an engineer for Interlab in Danbury. When Interlab went out of business, Mr Krizan said he was of retirement age.
When asked what made him choose to work for All-Star, he said, “Well, my house is about two miles away... And it just sounded like it might be an interesting job.” Mr Krizan said it did turn out to be an interesting job. “I enjoy it,” Mr Krizan said. Outside of the job, Mr Krizan said he and his wife Tücsi own a little farm and “spend a lot of time taking care of that.” They grow vegetables and have horses and chickens. “It’s a hobby,” Mr Krizan said. “Hopefully we will grow it into something better, but it takes time. We aren’t in any hurry.” His favorite part of working for All-Star, just like his hobby, is also the outdoors. “Some of the routes I drive are just absolutely breathtaking in their beauty,” said Mr Krizan. “I like the driving most of all. It is fun to watch the seasons change. And if you spend 32 years in an office then your office is all of a sudden the great outdoors, it is just a different perspective.” When asked what they want people to know about their jobs, Mr Cicchesi said he wants people to understand the importance of driving rules. “Stop at the red lights,” Mr Cicchesi said. He added that many people do not know it take a bus driving roughly 35 miles per hour about 40 feet to fully stop. Ms Maki and Mr Cicchesi asked for people to be aware and pay attention. Caution lights mean a bus is stopping, and Mr Cicchesi said it would be smart to teach students learning to drive the indicator lights on buses, along with the other rules of the road.
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By Eliza Hallabeck When former Superintendent of Schools Joseph V. Erardi, Jr, arrived in the district, the Sandy Hook Elementary School building was still in development. Before retiring at the end of July, Dr Erardi reflected on what the district has learned from the last year of running the new building. Dr Erardi began his time in Newtown in April 2014, after the Board of Education voted unanimously to hire him as the new superintendent. He had been serving as the superintendent of Southington. Former Superintendent of Schools John Reed had been serving as interim superintendent in the district since May 2013. But one of Dr Erardi’s first memories comes from before his official time as superintendent began that April. He remembers attending a school board meeting at Reed Intermediate School. “There was a circle of at least 35 to 40 people. I knew no one,” Dr Erardi said. Svigals + Partners company principal Barry Svigals and associate principal Julia McFadden were presenting elements of the design concepts for the building at the meeting. “There was a video that they shared that embraced the environment and nature. It was about nature, it was about water, it was about the Hook, and they were looking for community input on what the new school would represent.” Before starting, Dr Erardi said he also met with Sandy Hook School staff to get a sense of time, space,
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A Year In A New School Building
The new Sandy Hook Elementary School building opened to the public ahead of the 2016-17 school year. —Bee file photo and “where they were.” When he started as superintendent Dr Erardi said the location had already been set and the “architectural plans were rolling.” “We were still three years out from the return to Sandy Hook,” said Dr Erardi. “So that’s where I began.” Dr Erardi said he learned quickly he was lucky to have Gino Faiella as the district’s facilities director, to follow Dr Reed’s interim position as superintendent, and to have the Public Building & Site Commission Chair Bob Mitchell. “I learned very, very quickly this
project would be [overseen] with microscopic eyes from across the country,” said Dr Erardi. Before the building opened for the 2016-17 school year, Dr Erardi said the district worked “really hard” to create relationships with the media. The last Friday in July 2016, Dr Erardi asked gathered members of the media for respect ahead of the first day of school. “I knew there needed to be a comfort zone within the school,” said Dr Erardi, which was why open house dates were planned for local community members. “We
were able to establish all of that as a precursor to the opening day, and the media was respectful.” On the opening day of 2016-17, Dr Erardi said teachers taught and students learned. “To me there has never been a more descriptive, positive adjective than uneventful. It was an uneventful opening day at Sandy Hook. I am just so thankful to so many that allowed us to get there,” said Dr Erardi. Looking back over the school year, Dr Erardi said from a structural perspective the building has been “good.” The district knew
additional “hands” would be needed to help the building run, and Dr Erardi said an additional position was filled to accommodate cleaning and landscaping needs. “The intent of Sandy Hook Elementary School was to offer a warm and nurturing environment for students, yet to have the highest grade level of safety and security than any other elementary school in the country,” said Dr Erardi. “I think to all of those planners, they did an extraordinary job of accomplishing that task. It presents as a beautiful school, with nature embedded.” Dr Erardi said he also knows it is a “very safe school.” When asked if there were any lessons from the last year of the building being open, Dr Erardi said a number of other districts have visited the school to learn from the safety and security aspects of the building. Sandy Hook School now serves as a model for safety and security, Dr Erardi said. “When you are designing a new construction, you have to look at safety as ongoing. The plan is never complete. You build a percentage point at a time. The only time you should really be concerned is when you stop being concerned about safety and security,” said Dr Erardi. From a teaching and learning perspective, Dr Erardi said it has spaces for students designed for learning, like the atrium behind the school. The school is a building of which the state of Connecticut should “be awfully proud of, the gift they sent to Newtown,” said Dr Erardi.
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Newtown High School is at 12 Berkshire Road, and its main phone number is 203-426-7646. The school’s website is nhs.newtown.schooldesk.net. —Bee Photo, Bobowick
Newtown Middle School is at 11 Queen Street, and its main number is 203426-7642. The school’s website is nms.newtown.schooldesk.net. —Bee Photo, Bobowick
Reed Intermediate School is at 3 Trades Lane, and its main number is 203270-4880. The school’s website is reed.newtown.schooldesk.net. —Bee Photo, Bobowick
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Building On 2016-17 School Year Memories For Next Year By Julia Preszler According to former Newtown Superintendent of Schools Joseph V. Erardi, Jr, the 2016-17 school year ended with successes on multiple fronts, from administrative recognition to student academic and artistic achievement. Dr Erardi retired at the end of July and Lorrie Rodrigue, who was serving as the principal at Newtown High School, will act as interim superintendent until the position is filled. “June 2017 ended a year of great successes and celebrations for the district,” he wrote in a July e-mail to the school board announcing his retirement. Three members of the Newtown district staff received statewide recognition: Linda Baron, a fourth grade teacher at Middle Gate Elementary School, won the Connecticut VFW Teacher of the Year Award; Head O’ Meadow school nurse Maddy Allen was chosen as the Connecticut representative in the National Association of Elementary School Principals’ America’s Greatest School Nurse competition; and Dr Rodrigue was named in April as the Connecticut Association of Schools 2017 High School Principal of the Year. Dr Rodrigue was appointed as the district’s interim superintendent by the Board of Education on July 18. “To have those three prestigious awards all in the same year is really special,” Dr Erardi said in an interview July 14. He also pointed to student achievements in the 2016-17 school year. NHS’s music production of Evita gained recognition for students Julia
Bogdanoff and Joseph Verga, who won Outstanding Leading Actress and Outstanding Leading Actor from the Connecticut High School Musical Theater Awards. Dr Erardi also said the graduating Class of 2017 excelled academically. “The graduating Class of 2017, I believe, administrators believe, and teachers believe, had an enormous upside. It was a highly talented and highly skilled class,” he said. Newtown Middle School Principal Thomas Einhorn said the middle school saw much success among its extracurricular activities. “This year under the leadership of Ken Kantor and Tracy Milligan we formed our Unified Sports Program with great success. Our literary magazine, which is comprised of students’ work, won a prestigious national award,” Mr Einhorn said, referring to the 2017 announcement that the literary magazine, Opus Optima, earned superior rank from the National Council of Teachers of English in its 2016 Program to Recognize Excellence. At the elementary level, Dr Erardi believes the opening of the new Sandy Hook Elementary School building for the 2016-17 school year went smoothly, with multiple open houses the prior summer designed for students and parents to get accustomed to the building. Sandy Hook teachers and students had been housed at Chalk Hill Middle School in Monroe since 12/14. “That needed to be done with dignity and done with respect to this community,” he said.
Last Year’s Challenges The 2016-17 school year was not without its share of challenges. The school board considered closing NMS and reconfiguring the grades each school housed in order to accommodate a projected decreasing student population. Mr Einhorn said this possibility caused concern for the NMS faculty and staff, along with district students and parents. “This was a challenging time for our school community. We certainly appreciate the large number of parents that spoke in support of the middle school and we also appreciate the Board of Education’s courageous decision to keep the district’s grade configuration as is,” Mr Einhorn said. The school board voted unanimously not to close NMS on December 6. Looking Forward Looking to the 2017-18 school year, Dr Erardi expects that the school board will continue to address the issue of student population. “The school board is willing to really try to embrace and wrap hard work around enrollment. Is the district still declining? Is there a real decline, have we leveled off, and if we’re anticipating extra space, how do we best utilize that extra space?” he said. A large change for the upcoming school year comes in the form of later start times for grades five through twelve, which was finalized by the school board on June 20. Dr Erardi said the decision was made by weighing the hopes and concerns of
staff, parents, and students. “I don’t believe [for] a nanosecond that we’re going to have a bright-eyed high school student population, but the eyes will be brighter at 8 am,” Dr Erardi said. Mr Einhorn believes the new start time will be beneficial for middle school students, as well. The change has been positively received by both students and staff, he said. “The middle school certainly appreciates this decision and also thanks the elementary and intermediate school communities for the adjustments that they will have to make to allow this later start to happen,” Mr Einhorn said. Over the next year, Dr Erardi said he hopes the district and the new superintendent continue to follow the method that he believes makes Newtown a successful school district: “Making a difference one student at a time.” Mr Einhorn expressed a similar goal. “The middle school will continue its efforts in the area of personalized learning. Student voice and choice are common themes that we will continue to emphasize in the coming year,” he said. Dr Erardi said he feels confident that the district’s leadership team, including school administrators and central office staff, will succeed after his retirement. “I’ve done my absolute best for the school community and I’m just hoping that whoever comes in next works for the best interest of children,” he said.
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
The field hockey team will take the field as defending conference champions this campaign.
–Bee file photos
Erin Mitchell serves the ball into play last fall.
Newtown High Fall Sports Tryout Information Tryouts for Newtown High School (NHS) fall sports teams will be held on Thursday, August 24, for all sports with the exception of football, which was to have taken place on August 14, and dance and cheerleading, which took place in the spring. The schedule is subject to change and the Newtown High athletics department suggests following via Twitter @nhsathletics for up-to-date information. For more information, Athletic Director Matt Memoli may be e-mailed at firstname.lastname@example.org. All members of NHS teams must have a complete physical Volleyball Head Varsity Coach: Tom Czaplinski: email@example.com. Head JV Coach: Lisa Burbank: bburbank1@ yahoo.com. Head Freshman Coach: Chris Pearson: firstname.lastname@example.org Thursday, August 24 and Friday, August 25: Juniors and Seniors: 10 to 11:30 am conditioning. Sophomores: noon to 1:30 pm.
examination before they can try out for a sport. The physical must be documented on the blue health form and is good for 13 months from the date on the form. These forms may be found in the nurse’s office, athletic director’s office, main office, or on nighthawksports.com. It is a suggested that athletes have a physical examination during the summer so that the form is valid for all three sport seasons. All team members must register for their respective sport online through the FamilyID link on the homepage at nighthawksports.com.
Freshmen: 2 to 3:30 pm. Varsity tryout: 3:30 to 5 pm. Tryouts will take place in the gym. Bring sneakers, towels, and knee pads. Field Hockey Head Varsity Coach: Stephanie Kearns email@example.com. Head JV Coach: Kathy Davey firstname.lastname@example.org. Head Freshman Coach: Shannon Paproski
Pay To Participate Fee: The pay-to-participate fee will be collected once the final teams have been selected. These fees are nonrefundable once a student-athlete is selected for a team. All checks should be made out to Newtown High School. Fees, which have been lowered, are as follows: Football $160, Cheerleading $120, Dance $80, Cross Country $120, Field Hockey $160, Volleyball $160, Soccer $160, Girls Swimming $160. There is a family cap of $450 Information for Thursday, August 24, tryouts is as follows: Athletes are asked to bring water to all tryouts.
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August 30: Shepaug scrimmage August 31: No practice, teams posted Girls’ Swimming and Diving Head Swim Coach: Rebecca Osborne: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thursday, August 24, 2:30 to 5:30 pm at the NHS pool. All swimmers must be prepared to swim 1,000 continuous yards with flip turns. Friday, August 25: 8 to 11 am. Saturday, August 26: 8 to 11 am.
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
The defense swarms a Brookfield ball carrier during game play a year ago. Mark Hall, left, carries the ball during a state playoff game against Shelton. Newtown and Shelton will go at it in a regular-season game this fall. Boys’ Soccer Head Varsity Coach Nick Booth firstname.lastname@example.org. Head JV Coach: Donald Fossie email@example.com. Head Freshman Coach: Keith Miller firstname.lastname@example.org. Thursday, August 24: All interested seniors and juniors should report to Blue & Gold Stadium for tryouts that will be held from 9 am to noon on the turf. Friday, August 25: All seniors, juniors, and sophomores should report to Blue and Gold Stadium for tryouts that will be held from noon to 3 pm. Saturday, August 27: Two sessions will be held for all interested players: Freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors 8-11 am and 3-6 pm on the back practice fields directly behind NHS. Girls’ Soccer Head Varsity Coach: Marc Kenney email@example.com. Head JV Coach: Laura McLean mcleanl@ newtown.k12.ct.us. Head Freshman Coach: Bridget Power
Grace Corcoran keeps her focus, and foot, on the ball. firstname.lastname@example.org. Thursday, August 24: All interested players should report to the track at the high school with soccer gear and running shoes for the first tryout session which will be held from 8 to 9 am. Girls’ Cross Country Head Coach: Rich Marcello: marcellor@ sacredheart.edu. Thursday, August 24: Meet at 2:30 pm at Fairfield Hills next to the soccer fields. All run-
Cross country athletes run as a pack on the Fairfield Hills trails.
ners will be participating in a time trial on the course. All qualifying times will be posted ahead of time. Boys’ Cross Country Head Coach: Carl Strait straite@newtown. k12.ct.us. Thursday, August 24: Meet at 2:30 pm at Fairfield Hills next to the soccer fields. All runners will be participating in a time trial on the course. All qualifying times will be posted
ahead of time. Dance & Cheer Dance Coach Cheryl Stenz may be reached at email@example.com and Cheer Coach Susan Bridges may be reached at shebridge@ aol.com for information. Football Head Coach Bobby Pattison: pattisonr@ newtown.k12.ct.us.
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
Submit This Year’s Photos By August 29—
A Look Back At The First Day Of The 2016-17 School Year Last year, The Newtown Bee invited residents to submit their favorite photos from the first day of the 2016-17 school year. These are just some of the submitted photos from last year’s first day of school. The photos show students smiling, hugging, waiting for the school bus, and posing with backpacks. What will your 2017-18 first day of school photos show? On August 28, be sure to take photos and share them with us again, for use in an upcoming edition of The Newtown Bee and/or for use online at newtownbee.com. Submit photos by e-mailing them and a description of the photo — including the first and last names of those pictured, what grade they are in, and which school they attend — to firstname.lastname@example.org, before 10 am, Tuesday, August 29.
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
Sandy Hook Elementary School is at 12 Dickinson Drive, and its main number is 203-426-7657. The school’s website is sandyhook.newtown.schooldesk.net. —Bee Photo, Bobowick
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Elementary –– Oct. Oct. 24, 25 26 & 27 – 1:07 p.m. dismissal……..Mar. Elementary dismissal……..Mar.15 15&&16 16––1:37 1:37p.m. p.m.dismissal dismissal ReedIntermediate Intermediate – Oct. 24, 25, 26 & 27 – 12:20 Reed 12:20 p.m. p.m. dismissal……..Mar. dismissal……..Mar.15 15&&16 16––12:49 12:49p.m. p.m.dismissal dismissal MiddleSchool School –– Oct. Oct. 24, 24, 25, 25, 26 26 & Middle & 27 27 –– 11:42 11:42 a.m. a.m. dismissal……..Mar. dismissal……..Mar.15 15&&16 16––12:02 12:02p.m. p.m.dismissal dismissal HighSchool School –– Nov. Nov. 14, 14, 15, 15, 16 16 & & 17 High 17 –– 12:02 12:02 p.m. p.m. dismissal……..Mar. dismissal……..Mar.15 15&&16 16––12:02 12:02p.m. p.m.dismissal dismissal
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
Maximize Sleep With New School Start Times
By Alissa Silber After months of sleep study research, the Board of Education officially voted on June 20 to have new start times in effect for Newtown schools for the 2017-2018 school year. As a result, Newtown High School and Newtown Middle School will now begin at 8 am, roughly 40 minutes later than previous years. The decision was made with the intent to help older students benefit from more sleep. Former Newtown resident Dr Jennifer Kanaan works at the University of Connecticut Health Center as an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine. She regularly takes care of adult and pediatric patients in regard to sleep, and provided insight on the topic to the Board of Education members during their deliberation period. “My initial involvement was more broad to try to make sleep education part of the health curriculum,” Dr Kanaan said. It later transformed into her making a presentation at the school district’s Community Forum on School Start Times And Sleep on May 9, where then-School Superintendent Joseph V. Erardi, Jr, introduced her as a “sleep study expert.” In an interview with The Newtown Bee, Dr Kanaan explained just how vital getting enough sleep is to both the body and mind, and shared helpful tips on how older students can make the most of their new school start time.
What Happens During Sleep? “As your body develops, it has different requirements in terms of sleep,” Dr Kanaan explained. Breaking it down by age group, it is recommended that each night preschool age children get 10 to 11 hours, elementary age students get 10 hours, adolescents get 9 to 9½ hours, and adults get 7½ to 8 hours of sleep. Dr Kanaan says that sleep is “an active state” where the body needs to recharge its muscles and allow the brain to process what the person learned throughout the day. Not only is the amount of sleep crucial, but also crucial is the way that sleep is accomplished. “It’s important that the sleep is quality sleep and not fragmented,” she said. The body needs to go through its three stages of sleep, as well as deeper more restorative stages like rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. If the person is not asleep long enough, REM sleep may not be reached and the person will not experience the full benefits of sleep.
New start times will be in effect for Newtown schools for the 2017-18 school year to help older students benefit more from sleep. —Bee Photo, Hallabeck
Dr Jennifer Kanaan suggests powering down devices, like cellphones, an hour before going to bed to get a more restful sleep at night. —Bee Photo, Silber Poor Sleeping Habits Not getting enough sleep can have immediate and long-term negative effects on the mind and body of a person, especially adolescents. Dr Kanaan says that as children develop through their teenage years, they biologically have a delayed melatonin release and have a delayed internal clock that makes it difficult to adhere to early bedtimes.
When combined with increasing societal pressures to stay up late at night and early morning school start times, many children develop a habit of getting inadequate sleep. “That prolonged, insufficient sleep that they’ve acquired over time can lead to academic difficulties and mental health difficulties [like] an increased risk of depression, suicide, anxiety,” Dr Kanaan said. She also added that it can lead to adolescents being at a higher risk for engaging in behavior that can be termed “risky,” including an increased risk of using drugs, early sexual activity, and motor vehicle accidents. “A number of these criteria actually go down when they change the school start time, like decreased risk of motor vehicle accidents,” Dr Kanaan said. She cites that, as a result, students whose schools have changed to later start times report having an improved quality of life. Advice For Teens And Parents Knowing the importance of sleep and how it effects so many areas of adolescents’ lives, Dr Kanaan gave helpful tips for how Newtown High School and Newtown Middle School students can maximize the quality of sleep they get with the new school start times. “One of the strong recommendations that I have is that teens should power down their devices at least an hour before bed time — that can’t be emphasized enough,” Dr Kanaan said. She understands that it can be difficult since
electronics are so mobile and have the ability to be taken everywhere, including the bedroom, but says that changing this habit makes a big impact on sleep. Parents in particular need to emphasize powering down those devices and a great way to do that is for them to be an example for the child. “You want to be a role model for your children,” Dr Kanaan said. In addition to eliminating the use of mobile electronics, removing larger items like televisions and work computers from bedrooms is also helpful. Ultimately, Dr Kanaan said a bedroom should be a comfortable place for a child to relax, where it is not too hot or too cold and is noise-free. “Another important thing is to have quiet time at least an hour before bedtime,” Dr Kanaan said. “Try not to exercise too close to bedtime.” As for weekends, it may be tempting to veer from the weekday schedule by going to bed and waking up later than usual, but Dr Kanaan advises keeping the time a person wakes up to vary no more than an hour. “In terms of what time to go to bed, you want to think of what time you are getting up and back your clock up from there,” Dr Kanaan added. Parents looking to get their children acclimated to the new school start times should start having their child gradually adjust their sleep schedule two weeks prior to the first day of school. That way it is not a shock when they go back to school and, as Dr Kanaan says, they can be “an effective learner right off the bat, from day one.” Supported Change Already more schools have reached out to Dr Kanaan for her input on making the change to later school start times for their district, as more research is providing evidence on its positive impact in adolescent’s lives. The later school start times movement is also being supported by a number of national organizations, including the American Academy of Pediatrics and the National Sleep Foundation. “I am so impressed with the school board, Dr Erardi, and the entire Newtown community for taking this positive step forward and really being a leader in the State of Connecticut in terms of school start times,” Dr Kanaan said. Not only that, she added, “I think what they are going to find is that students are much more ready to learn.”
Birthday Wishes And A Chance To Win A Free Cake Each week, readers of The Newtown Bee have a chance to win a free cake from Bakes N’ Cakes Cafe in Southbury, 316 C Main Street South. Readers can enter the drawing for the cake by sending the child’s name, address, phone number, age, and birthday along with an original photo of their child to: Mini Page, The Newtown Bee, PO Box 5503, Newtown CT 06470 or e-mail information and a digital JPG photo to email@example.com. Photos should be attached to the e-mail. Birth dates must be within one month of submission. The deadline to submit a child for the Bee Birthday Album is Tuesday at noon for that week’s print edition of the paper. Every week one name will be drawn from those eligible in The Birthday Cake and will win a FREE cake from Bakes N’ Cakes Cafe. Winners from the 2016-17 school year included Matthew Holden, Gavin J. Bazuro, Olivia Muir, Emma Dobson, Connor Gorman Smith, Danny Stutman, Nicholas DeBlasi, Hayden Gietz, Abraham Fattibene, William Rose, Thomas DeCostanzo, Madeleine Lucia Talluto, Victoria Orawsky, Emma Rockafellow, Aileen Gregory, Caroline Kaufman, Sofia Annabella Talluto, Charlotte Josephine Grasso, Isabel Gietz, Hudson Hiruo, Justin Brennan, David Braun, Aili Mowery, Madison Gioiele, Gregory Tokarski, Sean Kaufmann, Caleigh Ward, Eleanor Smith, Sophia Thorsson, Edie Franse, Trevor Stott, Ashley Michael, Kevin Gray, and Leah Mangino.
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
ëMatch The Playgroundë With Its School
Can you tell the district’s playgrounds apart? We rounded up pictures of five playgrounds located at Newtown Public Schools. We challenge our younger readers to see if they can match each playground with the school where it is located. Next to each picture write the letter of the school you think it is. The names of the schools pictured are below and each have a letter. The answers are below, upside down on this page. Some of the pictures show clues while others are trickier. Good luck and have a fun school year. A. Hawley Elementary School
B. Head O’ Meadow Elementary School C. Middle Gate Elementary School D. Sandy Hook Elementary School E. Reed Intermediate School
Photos by Kendra Bobowick and Alissa Silber
ANSWERS: 1=A, 2=E, 3=B, 4=D, 5=C
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
Newtown Public Schools Overview For 2017-18 Bus Routes
The following bus routes and announcements were provided by All-Star Transportation and the Newtown Public Schools district for publication, with updates as of August 15.
A Change In School Start Times School start times for the Newtown Public Schools have changed for the upcoming 2017-18 school year. Both Newtown High School and Newtown Middle School have been changed, and they will begin at 8 am with dismissal at 2:32 pm. Reed Intermediate School will be combined with the elementary school routes this year. The elementary school times have not changed and will run from 9:05 am to 3:37 pm. Reed’s times will run from 9:05 am to 3:37 pm. Buses will drop off at each of the elementary schools at approximately 8:45 am, then proceed to drop off at Reed. In the afternoon, buses will shuttle Reed students to the elementary school in their district, then students will transfer to their neighborhood bus to go home. St Rose of Lima School does not have a change in its times this year. St Rose hours are from 7:50 am to 2:50 pm. Parents may call the Newtown Public Schools, Office of the Superintendent, at 203-4267621 for further questions. Please Note: The bus schedules are subject to revision due to enrollment changes such as transfers, address changes, or additional registrations. Any changes or additions will be posted to the school district’s website, newtown.k12.ct.us, and residents are encouraged to check the website, often. The time printed with each bus route is the approximate time the bus will make its first pickup in the morning. Adjustments will be made as necessary and as soon as possible. Please do not worry if a bus is late. It generally takes a few days for kindergarten children and new students to become accustomed to the bus routes and schedules. Students should be at the appropriate stops 10 minutes before the time listed on the bus route. The stop times can vary 10 minutes either way, depending on traffic, weather, and the number of students riding the bus. Overview Of School Bus Expectations & Policies For Newtown Bus Routes The 2017-18 school bus routes for the Newtown Public/Private Schools are listed under the school that the students will be attending. Residents are asked to share issues or concerns with their child’s bus stop location by calling All-Star Transportation at 203304-9778. Parents of kindergarten students attending Newtown public elementary schools should check their school and district websites for information about early dismissal days (for example: conferences and early release days). The primary website is www.newtown.k12. ct.us. School Hours/Bell Times Newtown High School 8:00 am–2:32 pm (Arrive 7:40–7:50) Newtown Middle School 8:00 am–2:32 pm (Arrive 7:40–7:50) Reed Intermediate School 9:05 am–3:37 pm (Arrive 8:45–9:00) St Rose of Lima 7:50 am–2:50 pm (Arrive 7:35–7:45) Fraser Woods Montessori School 8:15 am–3:00 pm (Arrive 8:00) Housatonic 8:15 am–3:00 pm (Arrive 8:00) Sandy Hook 9:05 am–3:37 pm (Arrive 8:45–9:00) Head O’ Meadow 9:05 am–3:37 pm (Arrive 8:45) Middle Gate 9:05 am–3:37 pm (Arrive 8:45) Hawley 9:05 am–3:37 pm (Arrive 8:45) Kindergarten Hours Kindergarten hours for Hawley Elementary School, Head O’ Meadow Elementary School, Middle Gate Elementary School, and Sandy Hook Elementary School are 9:05 am to 3:37 pm, with arrival at 8:45 am. Parents and students are asked to review this information in preparation for the first day of school, August 28. Planned Early Dismissal Newtown High School 12:32 pm Newtown Middle School 12:32 pm Reed Intermediate School 1:37 pm Hawley, Head O’ Meadow, Middle Gate, and Sandy Hook Elementary Schools 1:37 pm St Rose of Lima 12:50 pm Fraser Woods Montessori School 1:00 pm Housatonic Valley Waldorf School 1:00 pm 2-Hour Delayed Opening Start Times (Inclement weather and scheduled delayed openings) Newtown High School 10:00 am Newtown Middle School 10:00 am Reed Intermediate School 11:05 am Hawley, Head O’ Meadow, Middle Gate, and Sandy Hook Elementary Schools 11:05 am St Rose of Lima School 9:50 am Fraser Woods Montessori School 10:15 am Housatonic Valley Waldorf School 10:15 am Henry Abbott Technical High School In the morning, Henry Abbott Technical High School students will ride shuttle routes to Newtown Middle School where they transfer onto Bus 49 to Henry Abbott Tech. Bus 49 will depart NMS approximately 6:45 am. On days when Newtown Public Schools are closed students are required to get their own transportation to NMS by 6:40 am to meet bus. Please call AllStar Transportation, 203-304-9778, with questions. In the afternoon, Henry Abbott Tech students ride home direct from Henry Abbott Tech on Buses 34 & 35 to Newtown High and Newtown Middle Schools to ride buses home. Drop-offs at locations other than home require approval. Please call All-Star at 203304-9778 with questions. For weather-related delayed openings, buses and times will follow Newtown’s schedule, regardless if Henry Abbott Tech opens on time. If Newtown closes due to inclement weather, NO bus service will be available for this school.
Nonnewaug High School In the morning, students will ride shuttle routes to Newtown Middle School where they transfer onto Bus 50 to Nonnewaug High School. In the afternoons, students will be picked up at Nonnewaug by All-Star Transportation and returned to town. Parents may opt to pick up their child at a central location in town; however, prior arrangements must be made with All-Star Transportation, 203-3049778. All-Star cannot drop students unless the appropriate arrangements are made. For weather-related delayed openings, buses and times will follow Newtown’s schedule, regardless if Nonnewaug opens on time. If Newtown closes due to inclement weather, NO bus service will be available for this school.
Danbury Magnet School In the morning, Danbury Magnet students should meet at either the front of Reed School or at the Exit 9 commuter lot. Bus 42 will depart Reed at approximately 7:55 am and should arrive at the Exit 9 commuter lot for 8:05 am. In the afternoon they will be picked up and returned to town, first at the Exit 9 commuter lot (3:50 pm), then at the front of Reed school. If the student requires transportation to meet the Magnet bus at Reed, please call All-Star at 203-304-9778. For weather-related delayed openings, buses and times will follow Newtown’s schedule, regardless if Danbury opens on time. If Newtown closes due to inclement weather, NO bus service will be available for this school. In the afternoon, Danbury Magnet students ride back to Newtown on Bus 38. There are two stops in the afternoon at the Exit 9 commuter lot and the front of Reed Intermediate School. Drop-off times may vary due to traffic on I-84. Please call All-Star at 203-3049778 with questions. Fraser Woods and Housatonic Valley Schools Parents must contact All-Star Transportation directly at 203-3049778 to arrange transportation. Important Information from All Star Transportation In order to maintain the listed pickup times, the Newtown Public Schools district requests that students be at their bus stop 10 minutes prior to the scheduled pickup time. Students should stand back 10 to 15 feet from the road whenever possible. Students should wait for the school bus to come to a complete stop and for the doors to open before approaching the bus. Children should never run after the bus as it pulls away, as the driver may not see them. If children need to cross in front of the bus they should be instructed to wait until the bus driver nods his/her head to signal it is safe to cross the street. Students should also be instructed to cross at least ten feet in front of the bus, so they can see the driver then the driver can see them. If they should drop something in front of the bus, they should leave it until they get the driver’s attention and permission to retrieve the item. Bus Drop-Off Procedure/Waiver Students in kindergarten through fourth grade must be met at the bus stop by a parent or known adult, or older sibling. If no parent or known adult, or older sibling, is at the bus stop, children will be transported back to their home schools. If a student must be returned to a school, the following policy is in place: Reed students will be returned to Reed School and elementary students will be returned to their elementary school. If siblings being returned are from both Reed and an elementary school, both students will be returned to the elementary school together. If a family chooses, a waiver may be signed allowing its first through fourth grade children to disembark from the bus even if no adult is there to meet the children. No waivers for kindergarten students will be accepted. Please check the child’s school web page for the complete procedure and download the waiver. If parents have any questions regarding the transportation schedule, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call AllStar Transportation at 203-304-9778. For drop-off waivers, see your child’s school web page for complete information regarding afternoon drop-off procedures. Bus Waivers/Stop Change Forms Each school had sent these to parents and requested that they be completed and returned to the schools. If any parent has not yet done so, please get them to the school their child will be attending as soon as possible (elementary schools only). Bus Waivers: Applies only to students in grades first to fourth grades. No waiver to get off of a bus unattended will be accepted for any kindergarten student. The waiver is intended to allow the bus to release a student if no adult is visibly present. All-Star does not know if there is an adult present based on if a car is parked in the driveway. The bus driver needs to base this on if they do not visibly see an adult present. Stop Change Form: If any family has moved or a student will be getting on/off at a stop different from the home address on a daily basis, this form must be completed. A stop change form is not intended to specify where someone wants a stop; it is solely for notification that their child will not get on/off the regularly scheduled stop, but rather at another regularly scheduled stop. Bus Stops/Expectations Students should be out at the bus stop about 10 minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive. Times change slightly based on a number of factors (road conditions, weather, students at previous stops not there, etc). Students should not be inside the house at the top of driveways waiting to put coats on when the bus arrives. When the bus stops, students should be ready to board immediately. The school bus is an extension of the classroom and students are expected to maintain behavior acceptable in a classroom setting. It helps the driver out tremendously if parents would go over these
behavior expectations to promote a safe, hassle-free ride for all students. Students should never cross in front of a bus without a visible signal from the driver that it is safe to do so. Likewise, no student should ever run toward/from the rear or alongside of a bus. A driver may not see a student in some danger zone blind spots. If a student drops something, never run up to the side of the bus to retrieve it. There is a danger zone around a bus where a driver may not see the student in a mirror. Always yell out to get the driver’s attention if you need them to remain stopped for any reason. Bus Conduct Expectations 1. Demonstrate respectful conduct as in the classroom. 2. Be courteous, kind, do not use profanity. 3. Refrain from eating or drinking on the bus. 4. Keep the bus clean. 5. Cooperate with the driver. 6. Do not smoke (this includes electronic cigarettes/vaping.) 7. Be respectful of equipment and others’ belongings. 8. Remain seated until the bus is stopped completely at the student’s bus stop. 9. Keep head, hands, and feet inside the bus. 10. The bus driver is authorized to assign seats. For the Reed and elementary buses, grade level seating is enforced with youngest grades at the front of the bus and Reed students at the rear of the bus. ALL-STAR TRANSPORTATION/NEWTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Transportation Information The primary objective of the school bus transportation system is to provide safe bus transportation for the students of the Newtown. Courtesy and good manners are essential in achieving this objective. Full cooperation in adhering to the following rules and regulations is necessary. Please review the following rules and regulations with your children before the first day of school. 1. The driver of the bus is in full charge of the bus and all students riding therein. This includes assigning seats. This should not be considered punitive, simply an effort to ensure student comfort and safety. 2. Students must take a seat when they enter the bus and remain seated until their designated stop. They should get on and off the bus only when it is fully stopped, and the driver has acknowledged them. 3. Reasonable conversation is permitted. No disruptive behavior, bullying, indecent or profane language shall be permitted on the bus. 4. Conversation with the driver is prohibited while the vehicle is moving. 5. The use of tobacco, alcohol, or drugs on the bus is prohibited. 6. Students must not throw paper, hats, snowballs, or other objects in, at, or about the bus. 7. Bus windows shall not be opened without permission from the driver. 8. Students shall assist in keeping the bus clean and orderly and shall refrain from damaging or abusing the bus, its cushions, padding, or other equipment. 9. Students who damage or deface any bus or any equipment on any bus shall be liable for such damage. If a student is found to have damaged the bus, full restitution for the repair will be expected. 10. The emergency door is to be kept free and available at all times. 11. Upon entering or leaving the bus, students shall avoid crowding or in any way disturbing others. 12. Students will not be allowed to cross the street, on a double yellow lined road, after exiting from the bus. For the student’s safety, no student shall climb over or around the forward safety arm. 13. In the event a student drops personal items, step away from the bus, make eye contact with the driver and wait for directions on how to reclaim items. DO NOT attempt to get them on their own! 14. For the safety of all students, no eating is allowed while on the bus. The advent of food allergies requires this action to prevent possible adverse reactions. Penalties For Violation Any student who violates any of these regulations may be prohibited from riding the bus either temporarily or permanently by the school principal and may be suspended from school or subjected to such other disciplinary action as deemed proper by the administration. To ensure proper discipline on the buses, all buses are now equipped with video and audio cameras. Safety Notes For Parents 1. Parents are not allowed to board school buses without prior approval from All-Star Transportation. 2. If your child misses the bus, drive him/her to school. Do not follow the bus and have your child run alongside the bus to board it. This is extremely dangerous and is prohibited. 3. When buses are parked with their lights activated, and they are loading or unloading students, it is illegal for an automobile or any other vehicle to pass through their lights. This includes buses parked and loading or unloading both on the road, any public or private parking lot, and in the school yard. Any vehicles observed passing through the flashing lights of any bus will be reported directly to the Newtown Police Department, Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles, and Newtown Board of Education and will be subject to a $450 fine, under Connecticut State Law, Title 14, and Section 279. Buses will be sporadically fitted with cameras that will take pictures of violators. 4. The bus driver needs to focus on driving the bus and providing safe transport. If you have any concerns regarding the operation of your child’s school bus, please contact All-Star at 203-304-9778. The bus stops listed will indicate the bus number and nearest stop to the student’s home. Be sure to check both morning and afternoon routes, as the bus number may not be the same for both runs.
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
BACK TO SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION E-mail Addresses Chairperson: Keith Alexander (R)............... email@example.com Vice Chairperson: Michelle Ku (D)......................... firstname.lastname@example.org Secretary: Debbie Leidlein (R)......................... email@example.com John Vouros (D).................................................. firstname.lastname@example.org Andrew Clure (R).................................................. email@example.com Rebekah Harriman-Stites (D)...............firstname.lastname@example.org Daniel Cruson, Jr (R)......................................... email@example.com ADMINISTRATION Office at 3 Primrose Street, Newtown................................................ 203-426-7621 Interim Superintendent Lorrie Rodrigue............................................ 203-426-7621 Assistant Superintendent Jean Evans Davila.................................... 203-426-7617 Business Director Ronald Bienkowski................................................ 203-426-7619 Pupil Personnel Services Director Julie Haggard.............................. 203-426-7626 Interim Human Resources Director David Abbey.............................. 203-426-7605 Special Education Supervisor Sandy Rodriguez............................... 203-426-7626 Continuing Education, Adult Diploma, and Summer School Director Elissa Gellis................................................203-426-1787 All-Star Transportation.........................................................................203-304-9778 Facilities Director Gino Faiella............................................................ 203-426-7615 NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 12 Berkshire Road, Sandy Hook.......................................................... 203-426-7646 Interim Principal TBD .......................................................................... 203-426-7689 Assistant Principals Paul Jones, Jaime Rivera, Kathy Boettner....... 203-426-7648 NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 11 Queen Street, Newtown.................................................................. 203-426-7642 Principal Thomas Einhorn.................................................................... 203-426-7642 Assistant Principal James Ross.......................................................... 203-426-7641 REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3 Trades Lane, Newtown......................................................................203-270-4880 Principal Anne Uberti Assistant Principal Jill Beaudry HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 29 Church Hill Road, Newtown........................................................... 203-426-7666 Principal Christopher Moretti HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 94 Boggs Hill Road, Newtown............................................................ 203-426-7670 Principal Barbara Gasparine MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 7 Cold Spring Road, Newtown............................................................ 203-426-7662 Principal Christopher Geissler SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 12 Dickinson Drive, Sandy Hook......................................................... 203-426-7657 Principal Kathy Gombos Assistant Principal Tim Napolitano
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL (Preschool through eighth grade) 40 Church Hill Road, Newtown........................................................... 203-426-5102 Principal Sr Colleen Therese Smith Assistant Principal Sr Christine Hoffner FRASER WOODS MONTESSORI SCHOOL (Preschool through eighth grade, extended day programs) 173 South Main Street, Newtown.......................................................203-426-3390 School Head Chris Robertson HOUSATONIC VALLEY WALDORF SCHOOL (Preschool through eighth grade) 40 Dodgingtown Road, Dodgingtown.................................................203-364-1113 Enrollment Director Therese Lederer NEWTOWN CONTINUING EDUCATION 12 Berkshire Road, Sandy Hook..........................................................203-426-1787 Director Elissa Gellis CHILDREN’S ADVENTURE CENTER (Preschool and extended day programs, including kindergarten) 14 Riverside Road, Sandy Hook.......................................................... 203-426-3018 Director Anna Ruggiero THE LITTLE EXPLORERS (Infant, toddler, preschool, and kindergarten programs) 7 Berkshire Road, Newtown................................................................203-270-3490 Director Elaine Ulatowski MERRYHILL CHILD CARE CENTER (Preschool and day care programs for 6 weeks to 6 years) 49 Queen Street, Newtown.................................................................203-426-9847 Director Karen Tuller MISTY MORNING CHILDREN’S CENTER (Child care and educational facility for children 6 weeks to fourth grade) 10 Commerce Road, Newtown...........................................................203-270-6771 Director Donna Kroha Owner Tracy Lafebvre THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE (TLE) (Infant to prekindergarten programs) 274 South Main Street, Building A, Newtown...................................203-304-9130 Center Director Liz Schwalbe Business Manager Nicole Worley TRINITY DAY SCHOOL (Preschool program for 3- to 4-year-olds) Trinity Episcopal Church, 36 Main Street, Newtown.........................203-426-8429 Director: Michelle Macey WESLEY LEARNING CENTER (Preschool programs, extended day, including kindergarten) 92 Church Hill Road, Sandy Hook....................................................... 203-426-6149 Director Rahnna Peck KUMON MATH AND READING CENTER OF NEWTOWN (Children of all ages) 255 South Main Street, Newtown.......................................................203-426-4500 Instructors Norman J. Roos, Jr, and Mary Kate Roos
Your Child’s Vision! School eye exams are only screenings and do not test for everything. They may test for distance vision in each eye separately, but do not test for near vision (reading) or how the two eyes work together as a unit. According to Prevent Blindness America, vision problems affect one out of every four school-age children. "If a child is struggling in school, it may well be an indication of a vision problem," says Dr. Joseph Young of Village Eye Care. Dr. Young tests for ocular problems that can impact learning and development. He also stresses the importance of proper eye movements, and the ability to read and comprehend. We have worked with many children whose reading and writing skills have greatly improved. Another concern for parents is sports vision. According to Prevent Blindness America, there are 40,000 ocular sports related injuries per year. Dr. Young has many solutions for your "sports child", from contacts to REC SPECS Sports Eyewear. Please visit our web site for more information, and we hope you see that an eye exam is part of "getting your child ready for a great school year!"
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BUS ROUTES Newtown High School And Newtown Middle School Bus Routes 2017-18 Pick-up times are computer generated; therefore you must allow a 5- to 10-minute variation to published times. Pick-up times and stop locations are subject to change due to changing enrollment and traffic conditions. In the afternoon, half the buses go to the high school first then the middle school and half of the buses go to the middle school first then the high school. Afternoon line ups will be available at both schools.
NHS AND NMS MORNING BUS ROUTES Bus #01 AM NHS/NMS 7:17 am 8/10 CHESTNUT HILL RD 7:18 am CHESTNUT HILL RD & CHESTNUT KNOLL DR 7:19 am 272 BERKSHIRE RD (1ST DRWAY ON BRADLEY LN) 7:20 am BRADLEY LN & COUNTRY SQUIRE LN 7:20 am BRADLEY LN & NUTMEG LN 7:22 am INDIAN HILL LN & SERENITY LN 7:22 am SERENITY LN & LYRICAL LN 7:23 am 29/30 BRADLEY LN 7:24 am 38 BRADLEY LN 7:24 am BRADLEY LN & GRACE MOORE RD 7:25 am 38 GREAT RING RD 7:26 am GREAT RING RD & CAMELOT CREST 7:26 am 39 GREAT RING RD 7:27 am GREAT RING RD & FARMERY RD 7:27 am GREAT RING RD & ERIN LN 7:35 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:44 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #02 AM NHS/NMS 7:11 am BERKSHIRE RD & FIR TREE LN 7:12 am 78 BERKSHIRE RD 7:13 am 100 BERKSHIRE RD 7:14 am 118 BERKSHIRE RD 7:15 am 148 BERKSHIRE RD 7:18 am 3 PAUGUSSETT RD 7:18 am 6 PAUGUSSETT RD 7:19 am PAUGUSSETT RD & SKYTOP DR 7:19 am 6 SKYTOP DR 7:19 am SKYTOP DR & CROWN VIEW DR 7:20 am CROWN HILL DR & PAUGUSSETT RD 7:21 am 11 MOUNTAIN LAUREL LN 7:21 am MOUNTAIN LAUREL LN & CRABBLEAPPLE LN 7:22 am 15 CRABAPPLE LA 7:23 am CRABAPPLE LN & OSBORNE HILL RD 7:24 am 57 OSBORNE HILL RD 7:25 am OSBORNE HILL RD & KALE DAVIS RD 7:25 am OSBORNE HILL RD & OSBORNE HILL RD EXT 7:25 am 25 OSBORNE HILL RD 7:26 am 16 OSBORNE HILL RD 7:28 am 6 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:29 am 151 BERKSHIRE RD 7:32 am 89 BERKSHIRE RD 7:32 am 81 BERKSHIRE RD 7:33 am 71 BERKSHIRE RD 7:34 am 45 BERKSHIRE RD 7:35 am 33 BERKSHIRE RD 7:35 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #03 AM NHS/NMS 7:16 am 18 GELDING HILL RD 7:16 am 13 GELDING HILL RD 7:17 am GELDING HILL RD & ORANGE PIPPIN RD 7:19 am CHARTER RIDGE DR & CIDER MILL RD U-TURN 7:22 am ORANGE PIPPIN RD & RUSSETT RD 7:22 am RUSSETT RD & ROCKY WOOD DR 7:23 am RUSSETT RD & WINESAP DR 7:26 am 63 BENNETS BRIDGE RD 7:26 am 55/54 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:27 am 50 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:28 am 45 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:28 am 44 A BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:28 am 35 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:29 am BENNETTS BRIDGE RD & ZOAR RD 7:29 am BENNETTS BRIDGE RD & FOUNDERS LN 7:30 am 23 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:30 am BENNETTS BRIDGE RD & BECKET VILLAGE 7:36 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:46 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #04 AM NHS/NMS 7:17 am YOGANANDA ST & SILO RD 7:17 am CHARTER RIDGE DR & SILO RD 7:18 am CHARTER RIDGE DR & CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD 7:18 am 7 CLAPBOARD RDG 7:19 am CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD & SOMERSET LN 7:19 am CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD & CANTERBURY LN 7:20 am CANTERBURY LN & CHARTER RIDGE DR 7:21 am 38 CHARTER RIDGE DR 7:22 am CHARTER RIDGE DR & YOGANANDA ST 7:23 am 47 YOGANANDA ST 7:23 am 37 YOGANANDA ST 7:23 am 30 YOGANANDA ST 7:24 am 11 BRESSON FARM RD 7:24 am BRESSON FARM RD & FOUNDERS LN 7:25 am 18 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:35 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
2017-2018 School Year Bus #05 AM NHS/NMS 7:18 am 2 COBBLERS MILL RD 7:20 am COBBLERS MILL RD & FAR HORIZON DR 7:21 am COBBLERS MILL RD & MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 7:22 am 23 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 7:22 am 10 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 7:25 am JEREMIAH RD & FOX HOLLOW LN 7:25 am 23 JEREMIAH RD 7:26 am FAWNWOOD RD & ROSE LN NORTH 7:27 am FAWNWOOD RD & ROSE LN SOUTH 7:27 am FAWNWOOD RD & OWL RIDGE LN 7:28 am FAWNWOOD RD & LONE OAK MDWS 7:29 am 5 LONE OAK MDWS 7:30 am 8 SKIDMORE LN 7:30 am SKIDMORE LN & ALDER LN 7:31 am ALDER LN & MISTY VALE RD 7:32 am 1 POLE BRIDGE RD 7:35 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #06 AM NHS/NMS 7:14 am 18 JOHNNY APPLESEED DR 7:15 am 18 SUGARLOAF RD 7:16 am 14 SUGARLOAF RD 7:16 am 10 SUGARLOAF RD 7:17 am 7/9 SUGARLOAF RD 7:17 am 5/6 SUGARLOAF RD 7:17 am 1 SUGARLOAF RD 7:17 am TODDY HILL RD & MEADOW WOODS LN 7:18 am TODDY HILL RD & VINING RD 7:18 am TODDY HILL RD & LONGVIEW RD 7:19 am TODDY HILL RD & PILGRIM LN 7:20 am 11 CLEARVIEW DR 7:20 am 20 CLEARVIEW DR 7:21 am 30 CLEARVIEW DR 7:22 am CLEARVIEW DR & TODDY HILL RD 7:24 am 6 KAECHELE DR 7:25 am KAECHELE DR & TURKEY ROOST RD 7:25 am 9 TURKEY ROOST RD 7:26 am 115 TODDY HILL RD 7:26 am 107 TODDY HILL RD 7:27 am 103 TODDY HILL RD 7:27 am 89/87 TODDY HILL RD 7:29 am 65/63 TODDY HILL RD 7:30 am 45 TODDY HILL RD 7:30 am 39 TODDY HILL RD 7:30 am TODDY HILL RD & QUARRY RIDGE RD 7:31 am 19/15 TODDY HILL RD 7:35 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #07 AM NHS/NMS 7:02 am 348 SOUTH MAIN STREET – RIDE BUS 27 PM 7:06 am 5 HIGH BRIDGE RD 7:07 am HIGH BRIDGE RD & VALLEY RIDGE RD 7:08 am HIGH BRIDGE RD & STRAWBERRY LN 7:10 am LISA DR CUL DE SAC U-TURN 7:11 am HAMMERTOWN RD & ROW LEDGE POND RD 7:11 am HAMMERTOWN RD & AVALON WAY 7:15 am NEW LEBBON RD & BEAGLE TRL 7:15 am 54 NEW LEBBON RD 7:16 am MARLIN RD & BUCK TRL 7:17 am MARLIN RD & HOSEYE COACH 7:18 am 75 MARLIN RD 7:18 am 66 MARLIN RD 7:19 am 60 MARLIN RD 7:19 am 50/52/54 MARLIN RD 7:20 am 42 MARLIN RD 7:21 am 32 MARLIN RD 7:21 am 20/22 MARLIN RD 7:22 am 16 MARLIN RD 7:22 am 9 MARLIN RD 7:23 am 4 SURREY TRL 7:23 am 10 SURREY TRL 7:24 am SURREY TRL & SETTLERS LN 7:25 am 9 SETTLERS LN 7:32 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:41 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #08 AM NMS/NHS 7:15 am CHURCH HILL RD & DAYTON RD 7:16 am 95 CHURCH HILL RD 7:19 am THE BOULEVARD & BUDD DR 7:20 am 39 BOULEVARD STOP SIGN 7:20 am 23 SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD 7:21 am SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD & EDGEWOOD DR 7:21 am SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD & TEACHERS RIDGE RD 7:22 am SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD & EVERGREEN RD 7:22 am 12 EVERGREEN RD 7:25 am 84 CHURCH HILL RD 7:26 am 88 CHURCH HILL RD 7:27 am 9 RIVERSIDE RD 7:27 am RIVERSIDE RD & SUNNYVIEW TER 7:28 am RIVERSIDE RD & JOHNSON DR 7:30 am 52/48 PHILO CURTIS RD 7:30 am 67 PHILO CURTIS RD 7:30 am 38 PHILO CURTIS RD 7:31 am 34 PHILO CURTIS RD 7:31 am 28 PHILO CURTIS RD 7:32 am 31 PEARL ST
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 7:33 amÂ Â Â PEARL ST & CHARLES CIR 7:33 amÂ Â Â PEARL ST & TILSON LN 7:33 amÂ Â Â 9/8 PEARL ST 7:34 amÂ Â Â 2 PEARL ST 7:36 amÂ Â Â NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:45 amÂ Â Â NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #09 AM NHS/NMS 7:13 amÂ Â Â 7 POLE BRIDGE RD 7:14 amÂ Â Â 13 POLE BRIDGE RD 7:14 amÂ Â Â 20 POLE BRIDGE RD 7:15 amÂ Â Â 31 POLE BRIDGE 7:16 amÂ Â Â 50 POLE BRIDGE RD 7:19 amÂ Â Â BANCROFT RD & THE CIRCLE 7:20 amÂ Â Â ALPINE DR & WATCH HILL DR 7:20 amÂ Â Â IRONWOOD RD & WATCH HILL DRÂ Â U-TURN 7:22 amÂ Â Â 118 RIVERSIDE RD 7:23 amÂ Â Â RIVERSIDE RD & ALPINE DR 7:24 amÂ Â Â CENTER ST & UNDERHILL RDÂ Â U-TURN 7:24 amÂ Â Â RIVERSIDE RD & LAUREL TRL 7:26 amÂ Â Â 169 RIVERSIDE RD 7:28 amÂ Â Â 85 RIVERSIDE RD 7:28 amÂ Â Â 94 RIVERSIDE RD 7:28 amÂ Â Â 81 RIVERSIDE RD 7:29 amÂ Â Â RIVERSIDE RD & TIMBERMILL RD 7:29 amÂ Â Â RIVERSIDE RD & JO MAR DR 7:30 amÂ Â Â RIVERSIDE RD & CHIMMNEY SWIFT DR 7:30 amÂ Â Â 70 RIVERSIDE RD 7:31 amÂ Â Â 59 RIVERSIDE RD 7:33 amÂ Â Â 9 WASHINGTON AVE 7:34 amÂ Â Â 20 WASHINGTON AVE 7:36 amÂ Â Â NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:44 amÂ Â Â NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #10 AM NHS/NMS 7:22 amÂ Â Â 1/2 NARRAGANSETT TRL 7:22 amÂ Â Â 6 NARRAGANSETT TRL 7:22 amÂ Â Â 5/7 NARRAGANSETT TRL 7:23 amÂ Â Â 29 NARRAGANSETT TRL 7:23 amÂ Â Â NARRAGANSETT TRL & POOTATUCK TRL 7:24 amÂ Â Â NARRAGANSETT TRL & MOCCASIN TRL 7:24 amÂ Â Â NARRAGANSETT TRL & CHIPMUNK TRL 7:24 amÂ Â Â CRICKET TRL & FARVIEW DR 7:26 amÂ Â Â 2 BUTTONBALL DR 7:27 amÂ Â Â 10/12 BUTTONBALL DR 7:27 amÂ Â Â BUTTONBALL DR & BEECHWOOD DR 7:28 amÂ Â Â 29 BUTTONBALL DR 7:28 amÂ Â Â BUTTONBALL DR & SPRUCE DR 7:29 amÂ Â Â BUTTONBALL DR & PINE ST 7:29 amÂ Â Â CHERRY ST & MIYA LN 7:30 amÂ Â Â CHERRY ST & BLACK CHERRY LN 7:30 amÂ Â Â 5/3 CHERRY ST 7:35 amÂ Â Â NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:45 amÂ Â Â NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #11 AM NHS/NMS 7:04 amÂ Â Â 11 GLEN RD 7:05 amÂ Â Â 18 GLEN RD 7:05 amÂ Â Â 22 GLENN RD 7:07 amÂ Â Â 60 GLEN RD 7:07 amÂ Â Â 76 GLEN RD 7:08 amÂ Â Â 84 GLEN RD 7:08 amÂ Â Â GLEN RD & PINE ST 7:09 amÂ Â Â 100 GLEN RD 7:10 amÂ Â Â WALNUT TREE HILL RD & RIVER EDGE DR 7:10 amÂ Â Â WALNUT TREE HILL RD & BRIDGE END FARM LN 7:12 amÂ Â Â WALNUT TREE HILL RD & FORD RD 7:12 amÂ Â Â 175 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 7:12 amÂ Â Â SHADY REST BLVD & SHEPAUG RD SOUTH 7:13 amÂ Â Â SHADY REST BLVD & DEER TRL 7:14 amÂ Â Â SHADY REST BLVD & TODDS RD 7:14 amÂ Â Â TODDS RD & POMPERAUG RD 7:15 amÂ Â Â OVERLOOK KNOLL RD & POMPERAUG RD 7:16 amÂ Â Â 171 WALNUT TREE RD 7:19 amÂ Â Â BLACK BRIDGE RD & FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 7:20 amÂ Â Â 5/6 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 7:20 amÂ Â Â 10 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 7:22 amÂ Â Â FARM FIELD RIDGE RD & CROWS NEST LN 7:22 amÂ Â Â FARM FIELD RIDGE RD & ROLLING MEADOWS LN 7:25 amÂ Â Â 98 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 7:26 amÂ Â Â WALNUT TREE HILL RD & ACORN DR 7:26 amÂ Â Â 80 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 7:27 amÂ Â Â 66/68 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 7:27 amÂ Â Â 65 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 7:28 amÂ Â Â WALNUT TREE HILL RD & PATRIOT RIDGE RD 7:28 amÂ Â Â 42 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 7:29 amÂ Â Â 39 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 7:30 amÂ Â Â WALNUT TREE HILL RD & HALEY LN 7:31 amÂ Â Â 8 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 7:35 amÂ Â Â NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:44 amÂ Â Â NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #12 AM NHS/NMS 7:11 amÂ Â Â ECHO VALLEY RD & CONCORD RIDGE RD 7:12 amÂ Â Â 40 ECHO VALLEY RD 7:13 amÂ Â Â 121 ALBERTS HILL RD 7:14 amÂ Â Â ALBERTS HILL RD & VALLEY FIELD RD N 7:15 amÂ Â Â 87 ALBERTS HILL RD 7:15 amÂ Â Â ALBERTS HILL RD & HEARTHSTONEÂ Â U-TURN 7:19 amÂ Â Â 3 OLD FARM HILL RD 7:21 amÂ Â Â 10 OLD FARM HILL RD 7:22 amÂ Â Â HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & OLD FARM HILL RD 7:22 amÂ Â Â HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & YEARLING LN 7:24 amÂ Â Â HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & WINTER RIDGE RD 7:24 amÂ Â Â 3/6 HORSESHOE RIDGE RD 7:25 amÂ Â Â 44 OLD GREEN RD 7:26 amÂ Â Â OLD GREEN RD & WOODBINE LN 7:27 amÂ Â Â SLEEPY HOLLOW RD & VALLEY FIELD RD S
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Specializing in Medical Care of Infants â€¢ Children â€¢Adolescents
Leon A. Baczeski, Jr. MD Rachel R. Rothschild, MD David B. Gropper, MD Jamie L. Alon, MD Bruce W. Cohen, MD Leah A. Sterry, DO Aaron M. Slaiby, DO Jose F. Arraiano, P.A.-C. Andrea M.Galella, P.A.-C Anne-Marie Vogt, APRN, FNP-C
Caring for the Children of Danbury and Surrounding Towns for Over 50 Years! WE WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE OUR NEW NURSE PRACTITIONER/ LACTATION CONSULTANT!
Anne-Marie Vogt, APRN, FNP-C
Received her Masters of Science Degree in Nursing from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT and graduated with honors. She worked as a MaternalNewborn Nurse at the Family Birth Center and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. She co-piloted the Lactation Support Services and taught breastfeeding, childbirth, and childcare classes.
Hours: Mondayâ€“Friday 9amâ€“5pm Urgent Care Appointments Mondayâ€“Thursday Until 9pm Weekends and Holidays 8amâ€“Noon FREE Group Prenatals
41 Germantown Road, Danbury, CT Most Major Insurances Accepted
24 - Back To School 2017 Bus #14 AM NMS/NHS 7:03 am CHURCH HILL RD & WENDOVER RD 7:04 am 3 CHURCH HILL 7:06 am CURRITUCK RD & SUNSET HILL RD 7:06 am CURRITUCK RD & HALL LN 7:07 am 32 CURRITUCK RD 7:07 am CURRITUCK RD & BLAKESLEE DR 7:08 am 42 CURRITUCK RD 7:08 am 1 PARMELEE HILL RD 7:09 am PARMALEE HILL RD & PAPOOSE HILL RD 7:10 am 11 PARMALEE HILL RD 7:10 am PARMALEE HILL RD & PARMALEE PARK PL 7:11 am PARMALEE HILL RD & DANIELS HILL RD 7:11 am 42 PARMALEE HILL RD 7:12 am 56 PARMALEE HILL RD 7:12 am PARMALEE HILL RD & WINDY WOODS CIR 7:13 am 71 PARMALEE HILL RD 7:14 am BUTTERFIELD RD & PARMALEE HILL RD 7:21 am GOPHER RD & SHADOW RIDGE U-TURN 7:21 am 15 GOPHER RD 7:21 am 9 GOPHER RD 7:22 am BRENNAN RD & GOPHER RD (1 GOPHER RD) 7:22 am 10 BRENNAN RD 7:23 am BRENNAN RD & STONY BROOK RD 7:24 am 9 GEORGES HILL RD 7:24 am 20 GEORGES HILL RD 7:25 am 26 GEORGES HILL RD 7:25 am 30 GEORGES HILL RD 7:25 am GEORGES HILL CUL DE SAC U-TURN 7:35 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Bus #15 AM NMS/NMS 7:04 am 2 BLACKMAN RD 7:05 am 17 TUNNEL RD 7:06 am 28/30 TUNNEL RD 7:06 am 39/36 TUNNEL RD 7:08 am CURRITUCK RD & SIGNAL POST RD 7:08 am 134A CURRITUCK RD 7:09 am BUTTERFIELD RD & BUTTERNUT RIDGE 7:10 am BUTTERFIELD RD & AUTUMN RIDGE RD 7:10 am 23 BUTTERFIELD RD 7:11 am 29 BUTTERFIELD RD 7:12 am 62 GEORGES HILL RD 7:12 am 68 GEORGES HILL RD 7:13 am 46/47 POND BROOK RD 7:14 am 56/57 POND BROOK RD 7:16 am 32 OBTUSE RD 7:17 am 38 OBTUSE RD 7:17 am 42 OBTUSE RD 7:18 am NEWBURY RD & PHEASANT RIDGE U-TURN 7:20 am 13 OBTUSE RD 7:21 am 9 OBTUSE RD 7:22 am CURRITUCK RD & KENAN RD 7:23 am 148 CURRITUCK RD 7:24 am 127 CURRITUCK RD 7:24 am 118 CURRITUCK RD 7:24 am 105 CURRITUCK RD 7:25 am CURRITUCK RD & HEDGE MEADOW LN 7:26 am 94 CURRITUCK RD 7:26 am 82 CURRITUCK RD 7:27 am 72 CURRITUCK RD 7:28 am CURRITUCK RD & TRUMBULL DR 7:29 am CURRITUCK RD & THE OLD RD 7:30 am TWIST HILL RD & FALLEN LEAF LN U-TURN 7:32 am CURRITUCK RD & ACADEMY LN 7:35 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Bus #16 AM NMS/NHS 7:09 am 14 SCUDDER RD 7:11 am 29 SCUDDER RD 7:11 am SCUDDER RD & FERRIS RD 7:11 am 45 SCUDDER RD 7:12 am 47 SCUDDER RD 7:12 am 54 SCUDDER RD 7:12 am SCUDDER RD & PARTRDG LN 7:12 am 55 SCUDDER RD 7:12 am 59 SCUDDER RD 7:13 am BIRCH HILL RD & SCUDDER RD 7:13 am 51 BIRCH HILL RD 7:14 am BIRCH HILL RD & CANNON DR 7:18 am 81 TAUNTON HILL RD 7:19 am 96 TAUNTON HILL RD 7:19 am 108 TAUNTON HILL RD 7:20 am TAUNTON HILL RD & WEDGEWOOD CT 7:21 am TAUNTON HILL RD & BOULDER CREEK RD 7:22 am 158/160 TAUNTON HILL RD 7:22 am 164 TAUNTON HILL RD 7:23 am 172/168 TAUNTON HILL RD 7:23 am BIRCH HILL RD & PLEASANT HILL RD 7:24 am BIRCH HILL RD & HYVUE DR 7:24 am BIRCH HILL RD & CROSS BROOK RD 7:25 am BIRCH HILL RD & PEPPERIDGE RD 7:26 am 35 ROCK RIDGE RD 7:27 am 26 ROCK RIDGE RD 7:27 am ROCK RIDGE RD & ROBIN HILL RD 7:35 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Bus #17 AM NMS/NHS 7:08 am PLATTS HILL RD & WHITE OAK FARM U-TURN 7:10 am 141 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:11 am 174 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:12 am 198 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:12 am 200 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:13 am BRUSHY HILL RD & SILVER BROOK LN 7:16 am 56 CASTLE MEADOW RD
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 7:35 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Bus #21 AM NMS/NHS 7:08 am 126 SUGAR ST ROUTE 302 7:10 am 2 SUGAR HILL RD 7:10 am 18 SUGAR HILL RD 7:11 am SUGAR HILL RD & SWEET MEADOW U-TURN 7:14 am 99 SUGAR ST 7:16 am 55 SUGAR ST 7:18 am 20 BOGGS HILL RD 7:19 am BOGGS HILL RD & SPRING RD 7:19 am 2 HEAD OF MEADOW RD 7:20 am 21 HEAD O’ MEADOW RD 7:21 am HEAD OF MEADOW RD & SHEPARD HILL RD 7:22 am SHEPARD HILL & BLANCHES WALK U-TURN 7:25 am VALLEY VIEW RD & RIDGE RD 7:25 am 24 VALLEY VIEW RD 7:28 am RIDGE RD & DEEP BROOK DR 7:28 am 7 BOGGS HILL RD 7:29 am WEST ST & LINCOLN RD 7:30 am 47 WEST STREET 7:30 am WEST ST & ROOSEVELT DR 7:31 am 19 WEST STREET 7:32 am 3 WEST STREET 7:35 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Bus #22 AM NMS/NHS 7:00 am 18 SUGAR ST ROUTE 302 7:04 am 48 SUGAR LN 7:04 am 60 SUGAR LN 7:06 am SUGAR LN & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 7:08 am 184 SUGAR STREET 7:09 am 206 SUGAR ST 7:10 am SUGAR ST & PINNACLE DR 7:12 am 24 DODGINGTOWN RD 7:13 am 54 DODGINGTOWN RD 7:14 am DODGINGTOWN RD & ROOSTER RIDGE RD 7:15 am T/A SHELLEY RD & LIMEKILN CT U-TURN 7:18 am 35 DODGINGTOWN RD 7:19 am 33 DODGINGTOWN RD 7:19 am 25 DODGINGTOWN RD 7:20 am 11 DODGINGTOWN RD 7:21 am 16 CEMETERY RD 7:22 am 24 FLAT SWAMP RD 7:22 am 19 FLAT SWAMP RD 7:23 am FLAT SWAMP RD & HUNTING RIDGE RD 7:25 am 209 SUGAR ST 7:27 am SUGAR ST & DRUMMERS LN 7:29 am SUGAR ST & LONGVIEW HEIGHTS RD 7:29 am 127 SUGAR ST 7:29 am SUGAR ST & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 7:33 am SUGAR ST & BALDWIN RD 7:33 am 15 SUGAR ST 7:35 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Bus #23 AM NMS/NHS 7:20 am 30 GREENBRIAR LN 7:21 am GREENBRIAR LN & PARK LN 7:22 am 75 CEDAR HILL RD 7:23 am CEDAR HILL RD & MEGANS CIR 7:23 am 59 CEDAR HILL RD 7:24 am CEDAR HILL RD & BARI DR 7:24 am CEDAR HILL RD & PEBBLE RD 7:25 am 28 CEDAR HILL RD 7:25 am 22 CEDAR HILL RD 7:27 am CEDAR HILL RD & APPLEBLOSSOM LN 7:27 am APPLEBLOSSOM LN & DOGWOOD TER S 7:28 am APPLEBLOSSOM LN & DOGWOOD TER N 7:29 am 11 APPLE BLOSSOM LN 7:31 am 64 ELM DR 7:31 am ELM DR & BONNIE BRAE DR 7:32 am ELM DR & COUNTRY CLUB RD 7:33 am ELM DR & BOROUGH LN 7:34 am ELM DR & BIRCH RISE DR 7:34 am ELM DR & NETTLETON AVE 7:35 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Bus #24 AM NMS/NHS 7:07 am SOUTH MAIN ST & HAWLEY RD 7:07 am 32 SOUTH MAIN ST 7:09 am 70 SOUTH MAIN STREET 7:10 am 98 SOUTH MAIN ST 7:11 am 128 SOUTH MAIN STREET 7:13 am 22 WILLS RD 7:14 am WILLIS RD & ORCHARD HILL RD 7:15 am ORCHARD HILL RD & SHAMROCK LN 7:15 am 30 ORCHARD HILL RD 7:15 am ORCHARD HILL RD & PEBBLE RD 7:16 am ORCHARD HILL RD & BRIDLE PATH TRL 7:16 am ORCHARD HILL RD & MONITOR HILL RD 7:18 am 18 PLATTS HILL RD 7:19 am PLATTS HILL RD & ARLYN RIDGE RD 7:20 am 158 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:20 am 154 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:21 am 125 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:21 am 119 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:22 am 99 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:23 am 77 A BRUSHY HILL RD 7:23 am BRUSHY HILL RD & GOLDEN POND RD 7:23 am BRUSHY HILL RD & JOHN BEACH RD 7:25 am 66 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:26 am BRUSHY HILL RD & JOHN BEACH RD 7:26 am 52 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:26 am BRUSHY HILL RD & CEDAR CIR
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Kids Backpack Safety List To avoid risk of straining muscles and joints and back pain, encourage your children to:
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Choose a lightweight pack. Carry no more than 10%–15% of your body weight. Backpacks should have two wide, padded shoulder straps for comfort. Padded backpacks will protect against sharp edges from inside the bag, like a pencil. Waist belt and multiple compartments help to distribute the weight evenly across the body. If carrying a backpack on your back causes too much discomfort, try a rolling backpack!
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 Bus #30 AM NHS/NMS 7:11 am NEW LEBBON RD & ASPEN LN 7:12 am 28 NEW LEBBON RD 7:12 am 17 NEW LEBBON RD 7:13 am 4 NEW LEBBON RD 7:13 am 27/29 HIGH ROCK RD 7:14 am 35/37 HIGH ROCK RD 7:14 am 47 HIGH ROCK RD 7:15 am 49 HIGH ROCK RD DNR 7:15 am HIGH ROCK RD & KELLY CT 7:15 am 62 HIGH ROCK RD 7:16 am 73 HIGH ROCK RD 7:17 am HIGH ROCK RD & SAND HILL RD 7:17 am 115 HIGH ROCK RD 7:18 am 119 HIGH ROCK RD 7:20 am 88/90 GREAT RING RD 7:20 am GREAT RING RD & SAND HILL RD 7:20 am 85 GREAT RING RD 7:21 am GREAT RING RD & GREAT RING EXT 7:22 am 71 GREAT RING RD 7:22 am 73/75 GREAT RING 7:22 am 67 GREAT RING RD 7:23 am GREAT RING RD & ARROWHEAD LN 7:23 am 59 GREAT RING RD 7:23 am 50 GREAT RING RD 7:26 am GREAT RING RD & HARVEST COMMON RD 7:27 am 1 GREAT RING RD 7:36 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:44 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #31 AM NMS/NHS 7:22 am 22 TURKEY HILL RD 7:22 am 26 TURKEY HILL RD 7:23 am TURKEY HILL RD & RIVER RUN RD 7:23 am TURKEY HILL RD & MOUNTAIN VIEW U-TURN 7:26 am 68 MILE HILL SOUTH RD 7:26 am 66 MILE HILL SOUTH 7:27 am 61 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 7:27 am 53 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 7:27 am 47 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 7:28 am 43 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 7:29 am 18 NUNNAWAUK 7:29 am 20/22 NUNNAWAUK RD 7:30 am 2 HITFIELD RD 7:30 am HITFIELD RD & BLACK WALNUT DR 7:30 am HITFIELD RD & BENJAMIN DR U-TURN 7:30 am 30 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 7:31 am 28 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 7:32 am 14/8 MILE HILL RD S 7:32 am 10/12 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 7:32 am 6 MILE HILL SOUTH 7:34 am QUEEN ST & BOROUGH LN 7:35 am QUEEN ST & LOVELLS LN 7:35 am QUEEN ST & ELIZABETH ST 7:36 am QUEEN ST & GRAND PL 7:36 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7:37 am 14 QUEEN ST 7:44 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Bus #32 AM NHS/NMS 7:04 am 5 GRAYS PLAIN RD - RIDE BUS #7 IN THE AFTERNOON 7:05 am BERKSHIRE RD & TANGLEWOOD LN 7:06 am BERKSHIRE RD & THUNDER RIDGE RD 7:06 am 206 BERKSHIRE RD 7:10 am 270 BERKSHIRE RD 7:10 am 3 JORDAN HILL RD 7:11 am 9/10 JORDAN HILL RD 7:11 am 12 JORDAN HILL RD 7:11 am ZENKO FARM U-TURN 7:13 am 276 BERKSHIRE RD 7:15 am 292 BERKSHIRE RD 7:15 am GREAT QUARTER RD & OLD BRIDGE RD 7:16 am GREAT QUARTER RD & LOVELAND DR 7:17 am 20 30 GREAT QUARTER AT MAILBOXES 7:18 am 169 GREAT QUARTER RD 7:18 am GREAT QUARTER & IVY BROOK U-TURN 7:23 am 273 BERKSHIRE RD 7:23 am BERKSHIRE RD & STONE BRIDGE TRL 7:23 am 267 BERKSHIRE RD 7:24 am 259/261 BERKSHIRE RD 7:24 am 255 BERKSHIRE RD 7:25 am 14 NIGHTHAWK LN 7:26 am NIGHTHAWK CUL DE SAC U-TURN 7:27 am BERKSHIRE RD & LIBERTY DR 7:28 am 225 BERKSHIRE RD 7:29 am BERKSHIRE RD & HOMER CLARK RD 7:36 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:45 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #33 AM NHS/NMS 7:18 am 6/10 LAKEVIEW TER 7:19 am 32 LAKEVIEW TER 7:19 am 38 LAKEVIEW TER 7:19 am 52 LAKEVIEW TER 7:19 am 20 LAKEVIEW TER 7:20 am 32 LAKEVIEW TER 7:21 am 133 LAKEVIEW TER 7:22 am LAKEVIEW TER & SPRING TRL U-TURN 7:26 am JEREMIAH RD & SWEETBRIAR LN 7:26 am JEREMIAH RD & MORGAN DR 7:27 am JEREMIAH RD & STONE GATE DR 7:27 am 46 JEREMIAH RD 7:29 am JEREMIAH RD & BRANDYWINE LN 7:31 am PHILO CURTIS RD & BISHOP CIR 7:31 am PHILO CURTIS RD & ELANA LN 7:31 am PHILO CURTIS RD & QUAIL HOLLOW LN 7:32 am 18 PHILO CURTIS RD 7:33 am 22 PHILO CURTIS RD 7:37 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:46 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
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2:49 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL + HENRY ABBOTT TECH 3:00 pm 8/10 CHESTNUT HILL RD 3:01 pm CHESTNUT HILL RD & CHESTNUT KNOLL DR 3:03 pm 272 BERKSHIRE RD (1ST DRWAY ON BRADLEY LN) 3:03 pm BRADLEY LN & COUNTRY SQUIRE LN 3:03 pm BRADLEY LN & NUTMEG LN 3:04 pm 11 BRADLEY LN 3:05 pm INDIAN HILL LN & SERENITY LN 3:06 pm SERENITY LN & LYRICAL LN 3:06 pm BRADLEY LN & LYRICAL LN 3:07 pm 29/30 BRADLEY LN 3:07 pm 38 BRADLEY LN 3:08 pm BRADLEY LN & GRACE MOORE RD 3:08 pm 42 GREAT RING RD 3:09 pm 38 GREAT RING RD 3:09 pm GREAT RING RD & CAMELOT CREST 3:10 pm 39 GREAT RING RD 3:10 pm GREAT RING RD & FARMERY RD 3:11 pm GREAT RING RD & ERIN LN Bus #02 PM NHS/NMS 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL + HENRY ABBOTT TECH **ONLY NMS STUDENTS WHO RIDE BUS #34 WILL FIRST BOARD BUS #1 IN 2:53 pm BERKSHIRE RD & FIR TREE LN THE AFTERNOON FROM NMS TO NHS WHERE THEY WILL TRANSFER ONTO 2:54 pm 78 BERKSHIRE RD BUS #34 TO GO HOME. 2:55 pm 100 BERKSHIRE RD 2:56 pm 118 BERKSHIRE RD Bus #35 AM NMS/NHS 2:57 pm 148 BERKSHIRE RD 7:13 am 33 POCONO RD 3:01 pm 3 PAUGUSSETT RD 7:14 am POCONO RD & OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:01 pm 6 PAUGUSSETT RD 7:15 am 36 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:02 pm PAUGUSSETT RD & SKYTOP DR 7:15 am 6/8 MERIDIAN RIDGE 3:02 pm 6 SKYTOP DR 7:15 am 12 MERIDIAN RIDGE DR 3:03 pm SKYTOP DR & CROWN VIEW DR 7:16 am 18 MERIDIAN RIDGE DR 3:03 pm CROWN HILL DR & PAUGUSSETT RD 7:17 am MERIDIAN RIDGE DR & CROSSWIND CT 3:05 pm 11 MOUNTAIN LAUREL LN 7:19 am 62 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:05 pm MOUNTAIN LAUREL LN & CRABAPPLE LN 7:19 am 45 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:05 pm 15 CRABAPPLE LA 7:19 am 54 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:06 pm CRABAPPLE LN & OSBORNE HILL RD 7:21 am FARRELL RD & OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:07 pm 57 OSBORNE HILL RD. 7:22 am 11 FARRELL RD 3:08 pm OSBORNE HILL RD & KALE DAVIS RD 7:23 am FARRELL RD & PATRICIA LN 3:08 pm OSBORNE HILL RD & OSBORNE HILL RD EXT 7:23 am 44 FARRELL RD 3:09 pm 25 OSBORNE HILL RD 7:24 am 56/57 FARRELL RD 3:10 pm 16 OSBORNE HILL RD 7:26 am HAWLEYVILLE RD & NORTHRIDGE DR 3:11 pm 6 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:27 am HAWLEYVILLE RD & BARNABAS RD @ COMMUTER PKG LOT 3:12 pm 151 BERKSHIRE RD 7:35 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7:43 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 3:15 pm 89 BERKSHIRE RD 3:16 pm 81 BERKSHIRE RD **ONLY NHS STUDENTS WHO RIDE BUS #35 WILL FIRST BOARD BUS #36 IN 3:16 pm 71 BERKSHIRE RD THE AFTERNOON FROM NHS TO NMS, WHERE THEY WILL TRANSFER ONTO 3:18 pm 45 BERKSHIRE RD BUS #35 TO GO HOME. 3:18 pm 33 BERKSHIRE RD Bus #36 AM NHS/NMS Bus #03 PM NHS/NMS 7:16 am 44 OLD BETHEL RD 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 7:16 am 33 OLD BETHEL RD 2:49 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL (NHS) 7:17 am 18 OLD BETHEL RD 2:59 pm BENNETTS BRIDGE RD & BECKET VILLAGE 7:22 am 8 WHITEWOOD RD 3:00 pm 23 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:22 am 23 WHITEWOOD RD 3:00 pm BENNETTS BRIDGE RD & FOUNDERS LN 7:23 am 32 WHITEWOOD RD 3:01 pm BENNETTS BRIDGE RD & ZOAR RD 7:23 am 39 WHITEWOOD RD 3:02 pm 18 GELDING HILL RD 7:24 am MIDDLETON RD & WHITEWOOD RD 3:02 pm 13 GELDING HILL RD 7:25 am 28 DIAMOND DR 3:03 pm GELDING HILL RD & ORANGE PIPPIN RD 7:27 am THE OLD RD & WASHINGTON HILL RD 3:05 pm CHARTER RIDGE DR & CIDER MILL RD U-TURN 7:27 am 18 THE OLD RD 3:08 pm ORANGE PIPPIN RD & RUSSETT RD 7:28 am THE OLD RD & OVERLOOK DR U-TURN 3:08 pm RUSSETT RD & ROCKY WOOD DR 7:30 am 6 SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD 3:09 pm RUSSETT RD & WINESAP DR 7:35 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 3:12 pm 63 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 7:45 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 3:12 pm 55/54 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD. 3:13 pm 50 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD NHS AND NMS MORNING BUS ROUTES 3:13 pm 45 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 3:14 pm 44 A BENNETTS BRIDGE RD Bus #01 PM NHS/NMS HVWS_VariableTuition_NewtownBee_BackToSchool_2017_9.75x4.875.qxp_HVS Opn House_NWT BEE 02_07 6/29/17 8:13 PM Page 1 3:14 pm 35 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL Bus #34 AM NHS/NMS 7:06 am 8/10 LITTLE BROOK LN 7:09 am 43 SWAMP RD 7:09 am 40 SWAMP RD 7:09 am 29 SWAMP RD 7:10 am 7 SWAMP RD 7:10 am 1 SWAMP RD 7:11 am SOUTH MAIN ST & ABBEY LN 7:12 am 333 SOUTH MAIN ST 7:13 am 301 S MAIN ST 7:15 am 235 SOUTH MAIN ST 7:20 am 26 LITTLE BROOK LN 7:20 am 28 LITTLE BROOK LN 7:20 am 32 LITTLE BROOK LN 7:20 am LITTLE BROOK LN & HEMLOCK RD U-TURN 7:22 am 41 BUTTON SHOP RD 7:27 am 16 STILL HILL RD 7:28 am 32 STILL HILL RD 7:28 am STILL HILL RD & SHERMAN ST 7:30 am 4 SHERMAN STREET 7:35 am NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 7:44 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 2:53 pm PEARL ST & TILSON LN 2:54 pm PEARL ST & CHARLIES CIR 2:54 pm 31 PEARL STREET 2:55 pm 28 PHILO CURTIS RD 2:56 pm 34 PHILO CURTIS RD 2:56 pm 38 PHILO CURTIS RD 2:57 pm 67 PHILO CURTIS RD 2:57 pm 52/48 PHILO CURTIS RD 2:59 pm RIVERSIDE RD & JOHNSON DR 2:59 pm RIVERSIDE RD & SUNNYVIEW TER 2:59 pm 13 RIVERSIDE RD 3:00 pm 9 RIVERSIDE RD 3:01 pm CHURCH HILL RD & DAYTON RD 3:01 pm 95 CHURCH HILL RD 3:05 pm THE BOULEVARD & BUDD DR 3:05 pm 39 BOULEVARD STOP SIGN 3:06 pm 23 SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD 3:07 pm SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD & EDGEWOOD DR 3:07 pm SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD & TEACHERS RIDGE RD 3:08 pm SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD & EVERGREEN RD 3:08 pm 12 EVERGREEN RD 3:11 pm 82 CHURCH HILL RD 3:11 pm 84 CHURCH HILL RD 3:11 pm 88 CHURCH HILL RD Bus #09 PM NHS/NMS 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 2:49 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL + HENRY ABBOTT TECH (NHS) 2:52 pm 1 POLE BRIDGE RD 2:53 pm 7 POLE BRIDGE RD 2:53 pm 13 POLE BRIDGE RD 2:53 pm 20 POLE BRIDGE RD 2:54 pm 31 POLE BRIDGE 2:55 pm 50 POLE BRIDGE RD 2:58 pm BANCROFT RD & THE CIRCLE 2:59 pm ALPINE DR & WATCH HILL DR 2:59 pm IRONWOOD RD & WATCH HILL DR U-TURN 3:01 pm 118 RIVERSIDE RD 3:02 pm RIVERSIDE RD & ALPINE DR 3:03 pm CENTER ST & UNDERHILL RD U-TURN 3:04 pm RIVERSIDE RD & LAUREL TRL 3:05 pm 169 RIVERSIDE RD 3:07 pm 85 RIVERSIDE RD 3:07 pm 94 RIVERSIDE RD 3:08 pm 81 RIVERSIDE RD 3:08 pm RIVERSIDE RD & TIMBERMILL RD 3:09 pm RIVERSIDE RD & JO MAR DR 3:09 pm RIVERSIDE RD & CHIMNEY SWIFT DR 3:09 pm 70 RIVERSIDE RD 3:10 pm 59 RIVERSIDE RD 3:12 pm 3 RIVERSIDE RD 3:13 pm 9 WASHINGTON AVE 3:13 pm 20 WASHINGTON AVE Bus #10 PM NHS/NMS 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:55 pm 1/2 NARRAGANSETT TRL 2:55 pm 6 NARRAGANSETT TRL 2:55 pm 5/7 NARRAGANSETT TRL 2:56 pm 29 NARRAGANSETT TR 2:57 pm NARRAGANSETT TRL & POOTATUCK TRL 2:57 pm NARRAGANSETT TRL & MOCCASIN TRL 2:57 pm NARRAGANSETT TRL & CHIPMUNK TRL 2:58 pm CRICKET TRL & FARVIEW DR 2:58 pm FARVIEW DR & BROOKBRIDGE DR 3:00 pm 2 BUTTONBALL DR. 3:00 pm 10/12 BUTTONBALL DR 3:01 pm BUTTONBALL DR & BEECHWOOD DR 3:01 pm 29 BUTTONBALL DR 3:02 pm BUTTONBALL DR & SPRUCE DR 3:02 pm BUTTONBALL DR & PINE ST 3:02 pm CHERRY ST & MIYA LN 3:03 pm CHERRY ST & BLACK CHERRY LN 3:04 pm 5/3 CHERRY STREET Bus #11 PM NHS/NMS 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 2:49 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL (NHS) 2:54 pm 11 GLEN RD 2:54 pm 18 GLEN RD 2:54 pm 22 GLENN RD 2:56 pm 60 GLEN RD 2:57 pm 76 GLEN RD 2:57 pm 84 GLEN RD 2:57 pm GLEN RD & PINE ST 2:58 pm 100 GLEN RD 2:59 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD & RIVER EDGE DR 3:00 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD & BRIDGE END FARM LN 3:01 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD & FORD RD 3:01 pm 175 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 3:02 pm SHADY REST BLVD & SHEPAUG RD SOUTH 3:02 pm SHADY REST BLVD & DEER TRL 3:03 pm SHADY REST BLVD & TODDS RD 3:03 pm TODDS RD & POMPERAUG RD 3:04 pm OVERLOOK KNOLL RD & POMPERAUG RD 3:05 pm 171 WALNUT TREE RD 3:09 pm BLACK BRIDGE RD & FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 3:09 pm 5/6 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 3:10 pm 10 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 3:11 pm FARM FIELD RIDGE RD & CROWS NEST LN 3:11 pm FARM FIELD RIDGE RD & ROLLING MEADOWS LN 3:13 pm 98 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 3:14 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD & ACORN DR 3:15 pm 80 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 3:16 pm 66/68 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 3:16 pm 65 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 3:17 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD & PATRIOT RIDGE RD
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 3:17 pm 42 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 3:18 pm 39 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 3:19 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD & HALEY LN 3:19 pm 8 WALNUT TREE HILL RD Bus #12 PM NHS/NMS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL + HENRY ABBOTT TECH 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:57 pm ECHO VALLEY RD & CONCORD RIDGE RD 2:58 pm 40 ECHO VALLEY RD 2:59 pm 121 ALBERTS HILL RD 2:59 pm 115 ALBERTS HILL RD 3:00 pm ALBERTS HILL RD & VALLEY FIELD RD N 3:00 pm 87 ALBERTS HILL RD 3:01 pm ALBERTS HILL RD & HEARTHSTONE DR 3:05 pm 3 OLD FARM HILL RD 3:06 pm 10 OLD FARM HILL RD 3:07 pm HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & OLD FARM HILL RD 3:08 pm HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & YEARLING LN 3:09 pm HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & WINTER RIDGE RD 3:09 pm 3/6 HORSESHOE RIDGE RD 3:10 pm 44 OLD GREEN RD 3:11 pm OLD GREEN RD & WOODBINE LN 3:12 pm SLEEPY HOLLOW RD & VALLEY FIELD RD S 3:13 pm 6 S VALLEY FIELD RD 3:13 pm 9 OLD GREEN RD 3:14 pm 4/2 OLD GREEN RD Bus #13 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:52 pm 12 HANOVER RD 2:53 pm HANOVER RD & HALL LN 2:53 pm HANOVER RD & SEALAND DR 2:53 pm HANOVER RD & BLAKESLEE DR 2:54 pm 40 HANOVER RD 2:54 pm 48 HANOVER RD 2:55 pm HANOVER RD & ANTHONY RIDGE RD 2:56 pm 74 HANOVER RD 2:57 pm 82 HANOVER RD 2:58 pm 98 HANOVER RD 3:00 pm HANOVER RD & BUTTERFIELD RD 3:00 pm 122 HANOVER RD 3:01 pm 129A HANOVER RD 3:01 pm 135 HANOVER RD 3:02 pm HANOVER RD & BRAMBLE TRL 3:02 pm 143 HANOVER RD 3:02 pm HANOVER RD & SILVER CITY RD 3:04 pm HANOVER RD & POND BROOK RD 3:05 pm 182 HANOVER RD 3:06 pm HANOVER RD & LAKE RD N 3:07 pm 32 LAKE RD 3:08 pm 19 LAKE RD 3:08 pm 2 LAKE RD 3:10 pm DINGLEBROOK LN & HILLTOP DR U-TURN 3:12 pm 14/16 DINGLEBROOK LN Bus #14 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:49 pm 3 CHURCH HILL RD 2:50 pm CURRITUCK RD & SUNSET HILL RD 2:51 pm 13 CURRITUCK RD 2:51 pm CURRITUCK RD & HALL LN 2:51 pm 32 CURRITUCK RD 2:52 pm CURRITUCK RD & BLAKESLEE DR 2:52 pm 38 CURRITUCK RD 2:52 pm 42 CURRITUCK RD 2:53 pm 1 PARMELEE HILL RD 2:53 pm PARMALEE HILL RD & PAPOOSE HILL RD 2:54 pm 11 PARMALEE HILL RD 2:54 pm 19/20 PARMALEE HILL RD 2:54 pm PARMALEE HILL RD & PARMALEE PARK PL 2:54 pm PARMALEE HILL RD & DANIELS HILL RD 2:55 pm 42 PARMALEE HILL RD 2:55 pm 56 PARMALEE HILL RD 2:56 pm PARMALEE HILL RD & WINDY WOODS CIR 2:56 pm 71 PARMALEE HILL RD 2:57 pm BUTTERFIELD RD & PARMALEE HILL RD 3:03 pm GOPHER RD & SHADOW RIDGE U-TURN 3:03 pm 15 GOPHER RD 3:03 pm 9 GOPHER RD 3:04 pm BRENNAN RD & GOPHER RD (1 GOPHER RD) 3:04 pm 10 BRENNAN RD 3:05 pm BRENNAN RD & STONY BROOK RD 3:05 pm 9 GEORGES HILL RD 3:06 pm 20 GEORGES HILL RD 3:06 pm 26 GEORGES HILL RD 3:06 pm 30 GEORGES HILL RD Bus #15 PM NMS/NMS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL (NHS) 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 2:52 pm CURRITUCK RD & ACADEMY LN 2:53 pm CURRITUCK RD & THE OLD RD 2:54 pm TWIST HILL RD & FALLEN LEAF LN U-TURN 2:57 pm CURRITUCK RD & TRUMBULL DR 2:57 pm CURRITUCK RD & FRONTAGE RD 2:58 pm 72 CURRITUCK RD 2:58 pm 82 CURRITUCK RD 2:59 pm 94 CURRITUCK RD 2:59 pm CURRITUCK RD & HEDGE MEADOW LN 3:00 pm 105 CURRITUCK RD 3:00 pm 118 CURRITUCK RD 3:00 pm 134A CURRITUCK RD 3:00 pm 127 CURRITUCK RD 3:01 pm 148 CURRITUCK RD 3:02 pm BUTTERFIELD RD & BUTTERNUT RIDGE
3:02 pm BUTTERFIELD RD & AUTUMN RIDGE RD 3:02 pm 23 BUTTERFIELD RD 3:02 pm 29 BUTTERFIELD RD 3:02 pm 62 GEORGES HILL RD 3:02 pm 68 GEORGES HILL RD 3:02 pm 46/47 POND BROOK RD 3:02 pm 56/57 POND BROOK RD 3:02 pm 32 OBTUSE RD 3:02 pm 34 OBTUSE RD 3:03 pm 38 OBTUSE RD 3:03 pm 42 OBTUSE RD 3:04 pm NEWBURY RD & PHEASANT RIDGE U-TURN 3:04 pm NEWBURY RD & OBTUSE RD 3:06 pm 13 OBTUSE RD 3:06 pm 9 OBTUSE RD 3:08 pm CURRITUCK RD & KENAN RD 3:11 pm 39/36 TUNNEL RD 3:11 pm 28/30 TUNNEL RD 3:12 pm 17 TUNNEL RD Bus #16 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL (NHS) 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 2:56 pm 14 SCUDDER RD 2:57 pm 23 SCUDDER RD 2:57 pm 29 SCUDDER RD 2:57 pm SCUDDER RD & FERRIS RD 2:58 pm 45/47 SCUDDER RD 2:58 pm 54 SCUDDER RD 2:59 pm SCUDDER RD & PARTRIDGE LN 2:59 pm 55/59 SCUDDER RD 2:59 pm BIRCH HILL RD & SCUDDER RD 3:00 pm 53 BIRCH HILL RD 3:00 pm 49 BIRCH HILL RD 3:01 pm BIRCH HILL RD & CANNON DR 3:04 pm 7/8 PLUMTREES RD 3:05 pm 23 PLUMTREES RD 3:07 pm PLUMTREES RD & ROCKY LN U-TURN 3:09 pm 81 TAUNTON HILL RD 3:10 pm 96 TAUNTON HILL RD. 3:11 pm 108 TAUNTON HILL RD 3:11 pm TAUNTON HILL RD & WEDGEWOOD CT 3:12 pm TAUNTON HILL RD & BOULDER CREEK RD 3:14 pm 172/168 TAUNTON HILL RD 3:14 pm 158 / 160 TAUNTON HILL RD 3:14 pm 164 TAUNTON HILL RD 3:15 pm BIRCH HILL RD & PLEASANT HILL RD 3:16 pm BIRCH HILL RD & HYVUE DR 3:16 pm BIRCH HILL RD & CROSS BROOK RD 3:17 pm BIRCH HILL RD & PEPPERIDGE RD 3:18 pm 36 ROCK RIDGE RD 3:18 pm 26 ROCK RIDGE RD 3:19 pm ROCK RIDGE RD & ROBIN HILL RD
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30 - Back To School 2017 Bus #17 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL (NHS) 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 2:56 pm BOGGS HILL RD & BENTAGRASS LN 2:57 pm 95 BOGGS HILL RD 2:57 pm 106 BOGGS HILL RD 2:59 pm PALESTINE RD & GALILEE WAY 3:02 pm PLATTS HILL RD & WHITE OAK FARM RD 3:03 pm 141 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:04 pm 174 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:05 pm 198 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:05 pm 169 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:05 pm 200 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:06 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & SILVER BROOK LN 3:09 pm 56 CASTLE MEADOW RD 3:10 pm 93 CASTLE MEADOW RD 3:11 pm 69 AUNT PARK LN 3:12 pm 35 AUNT PARK LN 3:13 pm 17 AUNT PARK LN 3:15 pm HUNDRED ACRES RD & DUG HILL RD 3:15 pm 33 HUNDRED ACRES RD 3:16 pm 24 HUNDRED ACRES RD 3:16 pm 18 HUNDRED ACRES RD 3:16 pm 14 HUNDRED ACRES RD Bus #18 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:52 pm SOUTH MAIN ST & LAUREL RD 2:52 pm SOUTH MAIN ST & LOVELLS LN 2:53 pm 10 MAIN STREET 2:54 pm 26 MAIN STREET 2:54 pm MAIN ST & EAST ST 2:55 pm 8 MT PLEASANT RD 2:56 pm 6 MT PLEASANT RD 2:56 pm 14 MT PLEASANT RD 2:57 pm 46 MOUNT PLEASANT RD 2:58 pm MOUNT PLEASANT RD & SUSAN LN 2:59 pm MOUNT PLEASANT RD & WHIPPOORWILL HILL RD 3:04 pm 190 MT PLEASANT RD 3:05 pm BIG Y PLAZA U-TURN 3:06 pm 175 MT PLEASANT RD 3:07 pm 153 MT PLEASANT RD 3:08 pm 145 MOUNT PLEASANT RD 3:10 pm 3 SAW MILL RD 3:11 pm 11 TORY LN 1ST ON RIGHT 3:13 pm 35 MOUNT PLEASANT RD 3:14 pm MOUNT PLEASANT TER & TAUNTON LAKE DR 3:14 pm ORCHARD LN & TAUNTON LAKE DR 3:15 pm 4 ORCHARD LN 3:16 pm RESERVOIR RD & KNOLLWOOD DR 3:16 pm 5 MT. PLEASANT RD 3:17 pm 83 MAIN STREET 3:17 pm 79 MAIN STREET 3:17 pm MAIN ST & MARTIN ST 3:18 pm 49 MAIN STREET 3:19 pm 11 MAIN ST Bus #19 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:52 pm CASTLE HILL RD & KING ST 2:53 pm CASTLE HILL RD & OLD CASTLE DR 2:53 pm CASTLE HILL RD & CORNFIELD RIDGE 2:53 pm 43 CASTLE HILL RD 2:54 pm CASTLE HILL RD & PUMPKIN LN 2:54 pm 57/59 CASTLE HILL RD 2:57 pm 88 TAUNTON LAKE RD 2:57 pm 63 TAUNTON LAKE RD 2:58 pm 56 TAUNTON LAKE RD 2:58 pm 31 TAUNTON LAKE RD 2:59 pm 12 TAUNTON HILL RD 3:00 pm 5 TAUNTON RIDGE RD 3:01 pm 20/22 TAUNTON RIDGE RD 3:02 pm TAUNTON RIDGE RD & GLENMOR DR 3:03 pm 9 GLENMOR 3:03 pm GLENMOR DR & TAUNTON HILL RD 3:05 pm 20 TAUNTON LN 3:06 pm 10 TAUNTON LN 3:06 pm 2/3 TAUNTON LN 3:07 pm 4 SAW MILL RD 3:08 pm 11 SAW MILL RD 3:08 pm 10 SAW MILL RD 3:08 pm 15 SAW MILL RD 3:09 pm SAW MILL RD & HAWTHORNE HILL RD 3:09 pm SAW MILL RD & WESTWOOD TER 3:10 pm 4 IRVING LN 3:11 pm SAW MILL RIDGE RD & TAUNTON LAKE RD 3:11 pm SAW MILL RIDGE & WESTWOOD U-TURN 3:12 pm 8 TAUNTON LAKE RD Bus #20 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL (NHS) 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 2:55 pm 82 CASTLE HILL RD 2:55 pm CASTLE HILL RD & POSSUM RIDGE RD 2:55 pm CASTLE HILL RD & KENT RD 2:56 pm CASTLE HILL RD & OLD CASTLE HILL RD 2:57 pm CASTLE HILL RD & FOX RUN LN S 2:57 pm 127 CASTLE HILL RD DNR 2:58 pm CASTLE HILL RD & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 2:58 pm 31 GREAT HILL RD 2:59 pm GREAT HILL RD & STONE FENCE LN 2:59 pm 23/28 GREAT HILL RD 3:02 pm TAUNTON HILL RD & FAIRCHILD RD 3:03 pm STURGES RD & TAUNTON HILL RD 3:03 pm 64 TAUNTON HILL 3:04 pm 76 GREAT HILL RD
The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 3:05 pm GREAT HILL RD & WINSLOW RD 3:06 pm 50 GREAT HILL RD 3:07 pm GREAT HILL RD & ASHFORD LN 3:08 pm COBBLESTONE LN & ASHFORD LN 3:08 pm ASHFORD LN & OLD TAVERN RD 3:09 pm COBBLESTONE LN & OLD TAVERN RD Bus #21 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL (NHS) 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 2:51 pm 3 WEST STREET 2:52 pm 19 WEST STREET 2:53 pm WEST ST & ROOSEVELT DR 2:53 pm 47 WEST STREET 2:54 pm WEST ST & LINCOLN RD 2:58 pm 126 SUGAR STREET ROUTE 302 2:59 pm 2 SUGAR HILL RD 3:00 pm 18 SUGAR HILL RD 3:01 pm SUGAR HILL RD & SWEET MEADOW U-TURN 3:04 pm 99 SUGAR STREET 3:06 pm 55 SUGAR ST 3:07 pm 7 BOGGS HILL RD 3:08 pm 20 BOGGS HILL RD 3:08 pm BOGGS HILL RD & SPRING RD 3:09 pm 2 HEAD OF MEADOW RD 3:10 pm 21 HEAD O’ MEADOW RD 3:10 pm HEAD OF MEADOW RD & SHEPARD HILL RD 3:11 pm SHEPARD HILL & BLANCHES WALK U-TURN 3:14 pm VALLEY VIEW RD & RIDGE RD 3:15 pm 24 VALLEY VIEW RD 3:17 pm 23 RIDGE RD Bus #22 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:51 pm 18 SUGAR ST ROUTE 302 2:53 pm SUGAR ST & BALDWIN RD 2:56 pm 48 SUGAR LN 2:56 pm 60 SUGAR LN 2:57 pm SUGAR LN & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 2:59 pm 184 SUGAR STREET 3:00 pm 206 SUGAR ST 3:01 pm SUGAR ST & PINNACLE DR 3:02 pm 24 DODGINGTOWN RD 3:03 pm 54 DODGINGTOWN RD 3:03 pm DODGINGTOWN RD & ROOSTER RIDGE RD 3:05 pm 35 DODGINGTOWN RD 3:05 pm 33 DODGINGTOWN RD 3:05 pm 25 DODGINGTOWN RD 3:06 pm 11 DODGINGTOWN RD 3:06 pm 16 CEMETERY RD 3:07 pm 24 FLAT SWAMP RD 3:07 pm 19 FLAT SWAMP RD 3:08 pm FLAT SWAMP RD & HUNTING RIDGE RD 3:10 pm 209 SUGAR ST 3:11 pm SUGAR ST & DRUMMERS LN 3:13 pm SUGAR ST & LONGVIEW HEIGHTS RD 3:13 pm 127 SUGAR STREET 3:13 pm SUGAR ST & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 3:17 pm 15 SUGAR ST Bus #23 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL (NHS) 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 2:50 pm GLOVER AVE & MEADOW RD 2:51 pm ELM DR & NETTLETON AVE 2:51 pm ELM DR & BIRCH RISE DR 2:52 pm ELM DR & BOROUGH LN 2:53 pm ELM DR & COUNTRY CLUB RD 2:54 pm ELM DR & BONNIE BRAE DR 2:54 pm 64 ELM DR 2:55 pm 30 GREENBRIAR LN 2:56 pm GREENBRIAR LN & PARK LN 2:57 pm 75 CEDAR HILL RD 2:58 pm CEDAR HILL RD & MEGANS CIR 2:58 pm 59 CEDAR HILL RD 2:59 pm CEDAR HILL RD & BARI DR 2:59 pm CEDAR HILL RD & PEBBLE RD 3:00 pm 28 CEDAR HILL RD 3:01 pm 22 CEDAR HILL RD 3:02 pm CEDAR HILL RD & APPLEBLOSSOM LN 3:02 pm APPLEBLOSSOM LN & E DOGWOOD TER 3:03 pm W DOGWOOD TER & APPLEBLOSSOM LN 3:04 pm 13 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 3:08 pm 25 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:09 pm 30 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:09 pm 42 HUNTINGTOWN RD Bus #24 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:51 pm HAWLEY RD & S MAIN ST 2:51 pm 32 SOUTH MAIN ST 2:53 pm 70 SOUTH MAIN STREET 2:55 pm 24 BRUSHY HILL RD 2:55 pm 27 BRUSHY HILL 2:56 pm 36/31 BRUSHY HILL RD 2:56 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & BONNIE BRAE DR 2:57 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & CEDAR CIR 2:57 pm 52 BRUSHY HILL RD 2:57 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & JOHN BEACH RD NO 2:58 pm 66 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:00 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & JOHN BEACH RD SO 3:01 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & GOLDEN POND RD 3:01 pm 77 A BRUSHY HILL RD 3:01 pm 99 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:03 pm 119 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:03 pm 125 BRUSHY HILL RD
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 3:04 pm 154 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:04 pm 158 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:05 pm PLATTS HILL RD & ARLYN RIDGE RD 3:06 pm 18 PLATTS HILL RD 3:08 pm ORCHARD HILL RD & MONITOR HILL RD 3:09 pm ORCHARD HILL RD & BRIDLE PATH TRL 3:09 pm ORCHARD HILL RD & PEBBLE RD 3:09 pm 28/30 ORCHARD HILL RD 3:10 pm ORCHARD HILL RD & SHAMROCK LN 3:10 pm WILLIS RD & ORCHARD HILL RD 3:11 pm 22 WILLS RD
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Bus #25 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL (NHS) 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL (NMS) 2:53 pm 33 BOGGS HILL RD 2:57 pm BOGGS HILL RD & WILLOW BROOK LN 2:59 pm 137 BOGGS HILL RD 3:00 pm BOGGS HILL RD & MT NEBO RD 3:00 pm BOGGS HILL RD & DOVER CIR 3:02 pm 59/61 HATTERTOWN RD 3:02 pm HATTERTOWN RD & ABBOTTS HILL RD 3:03 pm 69/74 HATTERTOWN RD 3:03 pm 88 HATTERTOWN RD 3:04 pm 90 HATTERTOWN RD. 3:04 pm 98 HATTERTOWN RD 3:06 pm MERLINS LN & PURDY STATION RD 3:06 pm MERLINS LN & ARTHURS CT 3:07 pm HATTERTOWN RD & MERLINS LN 3:10 pm 48 MT NEBO RD 3:10 pm 40 MT NEBO RD 3:11 pm MOUNT NEBO RD & OX HILL RD 3:11 pm MOUNT NEBO RD & STECK DR 3:12 pm 19 MT NEBO RD 3:12 pm MT NEBO RD & FIELDSTONE DR 3:12 pm 6 MOUNT NEBO RD
Bus #26 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:58 pm KEY ROCK RD & N BRANCH RD 2:59 pm 29 KEY ROCK RD 2:59 pm 42/43 KEY ROCK RD 3:04 pm 138 HATTERTOWN RD 3:05 pm 140 HATTERTOWN RD 3:05 pm 141 HATTERTOWN RD 3:05 pm 150 HATTERTOWN RD 3:06 pm HATTERTOWN RD & SADDLE RIDGE RD 3:07 pm 13 OAK RIDGE RD 3:07 pm 5/6 OAK RIDGE DR 3:08 pm 15 OAK RIDGE DR 3:08 pm 20 OAK RIDGE DR 3:09 pm 21 OAK RIDGE DR 3:09 pm 35 OAK RIDGE DR 3:10 pm OAK RIDGE DR & EDEN HILL RD 3:11 pm 38 EDEN HILL RD 3:11 pm 39/41 EDEN HILL RD 3:12 pm EDEN HILL RD & SPLIT ROCK RD 3:13 pm EDEN HILL RD & SERENE WAY U-TURN 3:14 pm 40 HI BARLOW RD 3:15 pm 30 HI BARLOW RD 3:16 pm 20 HI BARLOW RD 3:17 pm 191 HATTERTOWN RD 3:17 pm 187 HATTERTOWN RD 3:18 pm 175 HATTERTOWN RD 3:20 pm 57 HUNDRED ACRES RD 3:21 pm HUNDRED ACRES RD & PHYLLIS LN 3:22 pm 21 PHYLLIS LN Bus #27 PM NHS/NMS 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:59 pm 54/56 BOTSFORD HILL RD 3:00 pm 46 BOTSFORD HILL RD 3:00 pm 32 BOTSFORD HILL RD 3:02 pm BOTSFORD HILL RD & STUART DR 3:03 pm 3 BLUE SPRUCE DR 3:04 pm BLUE SPRUCE DR & BEAR HILLS RD 3:04 pm BEAR HILLS RD & LORI LYNN CIR 3:05 pm 35 BEAR HILLS RD. 3:05 pm BEAR HILLS RD & LANTERN DR 3:06 pm 12 BAYBERRY DR 3:09 pm 275 GUINEA RD 3:09 pm PINE TREE HILL RD & WINTON FARM RD 3:11 pm WINTON FARM RD & SHORT HILL RD U-TURN 3:13 pm 60 PINE TREE HILL RD 3:13 pm 43 PINE TREE HILL RD 3:13 pm PINE TREE HILL RD & JACOBS LN 3:14 pm PINE TREE HILL RD & BEAR HILLS RD 3:14 pm 31 PINE TREE HILL RD 3:14 pm 30/32 PINE TREE HILL RD 3:15 pm 23 PINE TREE HILL RD 3:15 pm 15 PINE TREE HILL RD 3:18 pm 348 SOUTH MAIN STREET Bus #28 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:54 pm 98 SOUTH MAIN ST 2:55 pm 128 SOUTH MAIN STREET 2:59 pm SOUTH MAIN ST & BRYAN LN 3:01 pm KAY LN & WASHBROOK RD 3:03 pm 4 MEADOW BROOK RD 3:03 pm 14 MEADOW BROOK RD 3:05 pm MEADOW BROOK RD & WASHBROOK RD 3:06 pm 107 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:07 pm 113 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:07 pm 117 HUNTINGTOWN RD
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32 - Back To School 2017 3:07 pm 118 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:07 pm 121 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:08 pm HUNTINGTOWN RD & OLD TOWN RD 3:08 pm 139 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:10 pm 185 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:10 pm CASTLE MEADOW RD & DAVES LN 3:11 pm CASTLE MEADOW RD & MALTBIE RD 3:11 pm 48 MALTBIE RD 3:12 pm 178 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:13 pm SYCAMORE DR & FERN LN 3:16 pm 236 HATTERTOWN RD 3:16 pm 237 HATTERTOWN RD 3:20 pm 159 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:20 pm 149 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:21 pm 143/145 HUNTINGTOWN RD Bus #29 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:58 pm HATTERTOWN RD & WILEY LN 2:59 pm 8 HATTERTOWN RD 3:00 pm 3 HATTERTOWN RD 3:02 pm 8 BROOKWOOD DR 3:02 pm 22 BROOKWOOD DR 3:03 pm 30 BROOKWOOD DR 3:03 pm 36 BROOKWOOD DR 3:04 pm BROOKWOOD DR & POOR HOUSE RD 3:05 pm 22 POOR HOUSE RD 3:05 pm POOR HOUSE RD & CODFISH U-TURN 3:06 pm POOR HOUSE RD & SHUT RD 3:07 pm SHUT RD & WEBSTER PL U-TURN 3:08 pm 43 FLAT SWAMP RD 3:09 pm FLAT SWAMP RD & JANGLING PLAIN RD 3:09 pm 83 FLAT SWAMP RD 3:10 pm 39 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:11 pm 47 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:12 pm 90/94 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:13 pm 99 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:14 pm 119 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:15 pm POVERTY HOLLOW PULL OFF U-TURN 3:18 pm FARM MEADOW & STORM RIDGE U-TURN 3:22 pm EQUESTRIAN RIDGE & GREENLEAF FARMS RD 3:24 pm 30 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:25 pm POVERTY HOLLOW RD & WILLIAMS LN Bus #30 PM NHS/NMS 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:48 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:56 pm 3 SETTLERS LN 2:56 pm 9 SETTLERS LN 2:57 pm SURREY TRL & SETTLERS LN 2:58 pm 10 SURREY TRL 2:58 pm 4 SURREY TRL 2:59 pm 9 MARLIN RD 2:59 pm 16 MARLIN RD 3:00 pm 20/22 MARLIN RD 3:00 pm 32 MARLIN RD 3:01 pm 42 MARLIN RD 3:01 pm 50/52/54 MARLIN RD 3:02 pm 62 MARLIN RD 3:03 pm 66 MARLIN RD 3:03 pm 75 MARLIN RD 3:04 pm MARLIN RD & HOSEYE COACH 3:05 pm MARLIN RD & BUCK TRL 3:06 pm 54 NEW LEBBON RD 3:06 pm NEW LEBBON RD & BEAGLE TRL 3:09 pm 39 HIGH BRIDGE RD 3:09 pm HIGH BRIDGE RD & VALLEY RIDGE RD 3:10 pm HAMMERTOWN RD & AVALON WAY 3:11 pm HAMMERTOWN RD & ROW LEDGE POND RD 3:11 pm LISA DR CUL DE SAC U-TURN 3:13 pm HIGH BRIDGE RD & STRAWBERRY LN 3:16 pm 5 HIGH BRIDGE RD Bus #31 PM NMS/NHS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:49 pm QUEEN ST & GRAND PL 2:50 pm QUEEN ST & ELIZABETH ST 2:50 pm QUEEN ST & LOVELLS LN 2:51 pm QUEEN ST & BOROUGH LN 2:53 pm 6 MILE HILL SOUTH 2:53 pm 10/12 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 2:53 pm 14/8 MILE HILL RD S 2:54 pm 28 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 2:55 pm 30 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 2:56 pm 18 NUNNAWAUK 2:56 pm 20/22 NUNNAWAUK RD 2:57 pm 2 HITFIELD RD. 2:57 pm HITFIELD RD & BLACK WALNUT DR 2:57 pm HITFIELD RD & BENJAMIN DR U-TURN 3:00 pm 43 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 3:00 pm 47 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 3:00 pm 53 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 3:01 pm 61 MILE HILL RD SOUTH 3:01 pm 66 MILE HILL SOUTH 3:01 pm 68 MILE HILL SOUTH RD 3:04 pm TURKEY HILL RD & MOUNTAIN VIEW U-TURN 3:04 pm TURKEY HILL RD & RIVER RUN RD 3:05 pm 26 TURKEY HILL RD 3:05 pm 22 TURKEY HILL RD Bus #32 PM NHS/NMS 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:58 pm BERKSHIRE RD & TANGLEWOOD LN 2:59 pm BERKSHIRE RD & THUNDER RIDGE RD 2:59 pm 206 BERKSHIRE RD
The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 3:03 pm 270 BERKSHIRE RD 3:04 pm 3 JORDAN HILL RD 3:04 pm 9/10 JORDAN HILL RD 3:04 pm 12 JORDAN HILL RD 3:05 pm ZENKO FARM U-TURN 3:06 pm 276 BERKSHIRE RD 3:08 pm 292 BERKSHIRE RD. 3:09 pm GREAT QUARTER RD & OLD BRIDGE RD 3:09 pm GREAT QUARTER RD & LOVELAND DR 3:10 pm 20 30 GREAT QUARTER AT MAILBOXES 3:11 pm 169 GREAT QUARTER RD 3:11 pm GREAT QUARTER & IVY BROOK U-TURN 3:16 pm 273 BERKSHIRE RD 3:17 pm BERKSHIRE RD & STONE BRIDGE TRL 3:17 pm 267 BERKSHIRE RD 3:17 pm 259/261 BERKSHIRE RD 3:18 pm 255 BERKSHIRE RD 3:18 pm 14 NIGHTHAWK LN 3:20 pm BERKSHIRE RD & LIBERTY DR 3:20 pm 225 BERKSHIRE RD 3:22 pm BERKSHIRE RD & HOMER CLARK RD Bus #33 PM NHS/NMS 2:40 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:54 pm 22A PHILO CURTIS RD 2:55 pm 18 B PHILO CURTIS RD 2:56 pm PHILO CURTIS RD & QUAIL HOLLOW LN 2:56 pm PHILO CURTIS RD & ELANA LN 2:57 pm PHILO CURTIS RD & BISHOP CIR 2:58 pm JEREMIAH RD & BRANDYWINE LN 3:00 pm 46 JEREMIAH RD 3:00 pm JEREMIAH RD & STONE GATE DR 3:01 pm JEREMIAH RD & MORGAN DR 3:01 pm JEREMIAH RD & SWEETBRIAR LN 3:03 pm 6/10 LAKEVIEW TER 3:03 pm 32 LAKEVIEW TER 3:03 pm 38 LAKEVIEW TER 3:03 pm 24 LAKEVIEW TER 3:03 pm 52 LAKEVIEW TER 3:04 pm 20 LAKEVIEW TER 3:04 pm 32 LAKEVIEW TER 3:05 pm 133 LAKEVIEW TER Bus #34 PM HENRY ABBOTT TECH to NHS/NMS 2:21 pm HENRY ABBOTT TECH 2:10/2:20 (HENRY ABBOTT TECH) 2:44 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm 4 SHERMAN ST 2:51 pm STILL HILL RD & SHERMAN ST 2:51 pm 32 STILL HILL RD 2:52 pm 16 STILL HILL RD 2:57 pm 41 BUTTON SHOP RD 2:58 pm 26 LITTLE BROOK LN 2:59 pm LITTLE BROOK LN & HEMLOCK RD U-TURN 3:00 pm 10/8 LITTLE BROOK LN 3:03 pm 43 SWAMP RD 3:03 pm 40 SWAMP RD 3:04 pm 29 SWAMP RD 3:05 pm 7 SWAMP RD 3:05 pm 1 SWAMP RD 3:06 pm SOUTH MAIN ST & ABBEY LN 3:06 pm 333 SOUTH MAIN ST. 3:07 pm 301 S MAIN ST 3:09 pm 235 SOUTH MAIN STREET **Only NMS students who ride Bus #34 will first board Bus #1 in the afternoon from NMS to NHS where they will transfer onto Bus #34 to go home. Bus #35 PM NMS/NHS AND HENRY ABBOTT TECH TO NMS 2:21 pm HENRY ABBOTT TECH 2:45 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 3:05 pm 33 POCONO RD 3:06 pm 5 POCONO RD 3:07 pm 36 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:07 pm 6/8 MERIDIAN RIDGE DR 3:08 pm 12 MERIDIAN RIDGE DR 3:08 pm 18 MERIDIAN RIDGE DR 3:09 pm MERIDIAN RIDGE DR & CROSSWIND CT 3:11 pm 62 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:11 pm 54/56 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:12 pm 45 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:13 pm OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD & FARRELL RD 3:14 pm 11 FARRELL RD 3:15 pm FARRELL RD & PATRICIA LN 3:15 pm 44 FARRELL RD 3:16 pm 56/57 FARRELL RD 3:18 pm HAWLEYVILLE RD & NORTHRIDGE DR 3:20 pm HAWLEYVILLE RD & COMMUTER LOT 3:21 pm VIA HAWLEYVILLE RD 3:28 pm 0 HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL **Only NHS students who ride Bus #35 in the afternoon will first board Bus #36 in the afternoon from NHS to NMS where they will transfer onto Bus 35 to go home. Bus #36 PM NHS/NMS 2:38 pm NEWTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 2:49 pm NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL 2:50 pm 14 QUEEN STREET 2:51 pm 20 WENDOVER RD 2:52 pm 6 SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD 2:55 pm THE OLD RD & WASHINGTON HILL RD 2:55 pm 18 THE OLD RD 2:56 pm THE OLD RD & OVERLOOK DR U-TURN 2:58 pm 28 DIAMOND DR 2:59 pm MIDDLETON RD & WHITEWOOD RD 3:01 pm 39 WHITEWOOD RD 3:01 pm 32 WHITEWOOD RD
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 3:01 pm 23 WHITEWOOD RD 3:02 pm 8 WHITEWOOD RD 3:08 pm 18 OLD BETHEL RD 3:09 pm 33 OLD BETHEL RD 3:09 pm 44 OLD BETHEL RD
Henry Abbott Tech & Nonnewaug Votech Morning Routes 2017-18 Henry Abbott Tech and Nonnewaug students will be picked up by five shuttle buses and brought to Newtown Middle School for 6:40 am where they will transfer onto Bus A to Henry Abbott Tech (HAT) and Van C to Nonnewaug. In the afternoon HAT students will be shuttled from Danbury to either the middle school or high school where they will transfer onto NHS/NMS buses to go home. See the NHS/NMS bus routes for the afternoon bus schedules. When HAT has early dismissal and Newtown has full day, students will be brought directly home. Due to Nonnewaug’s different dismissal times, call All-Transportation for afternoon bus schedules. Please call All-Star Transportation at 203-304-9779 for more information. Parents or Guardians must contact the All-Star Office with any alternate pickup or drop-off locations. Notes from students will not be excepted. ROUTE A — NONNEWAUG & HENRY ABBOTT TECH 6:00 am 6 MEADOW BROOK RD – PM Ride 35 to MS transfer to 28 6:03 am PINE TREE HILL RD & JACOBS LN – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 27 6:03 am 66 PINE TREE HILL RD – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 27 6:05 am WINTON FARM RD & SHORT HILL RD – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 27 6:11 am 178 HUNTINGTOWN RD – PM ride 35 to MS transfer to 28 6:16 am HATTERTOWN RD & SADDLE RIDGE RD – PM ride 35 to MS transfer to 26 6:18 am 9 MERLINS LN — NONNEWAUG 6:25 am 25 DODGINGTOWN RD — NONNEWAUG 6:30 am 23 SCUDDER RD PM ride 35 to MS transfer to 16 6:31 am HEAD OF MEADOW RD & SUGAR LN @ TRIANGLE — PM 35 to MS transfer to 22 6:31 am SUGAR ST & HEAD OF MEADOW RD PM 35 to MS transfer to 22 6:34 am 53 SUGAR STREET – PM ride 35 to MS transfer to 21 6:37 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL @ 6:40 AM 6:44 am SAW MILL RIDGE RD & WESTWOOD TER – PM ride 35 to MS transfer to 19 6:48 am BARNABAS RD & HAWLEYVILLE RD – PM ride 35 to home 7:00 am HENRY ABBOTT TECH (HAT) ROUTE B — NONNEWAUG & HENRY ABBOTT TECH 6:13 am BEECHWOOD DR & BUTTONBALL DR – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 10 6:16 am WALNUT TREE HILL RD & SHADY REST – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 11 6:24 am OLD FARM HILL & HORSESHOE NONNEWAUG 6:31 am CURRITUCK RD & FRONTAGE RD – PM ride 35 to MS transfer to 15 6:38 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL @ 6:40 AM ROUTE C — NONNEWAUG & HENRY ABBOTT TECH 6:10 am BERKSHIRE RD & FIR TREE LN – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 2 6:17 am CHARTER RIDGE DR & CIDER MILL RD – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 3 6:20 am 77 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD NONNEWAUG 6:27 am BANCROFT RD & POLE BRIDGE RD – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 9 6:30 am CENTER ST & UNDERHILL RD – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 9 6:33 am 81 RIVERSIDE RD – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 9 6:35 am RIVERSIDE RD & JOHNSON DR – NONNEWAUG 6:36 am RIVERSIDE RD & SUNNYVIEW TER – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 8 6:36 am 3 RIVERSIDE RD – PM ride 34 to Hs transfer to 9 6:37 am CHURCH HILL RD & DAYTON ST – PM ride 34 to transfer to 8 6:40 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL @ 6:40 AM 7:10 am NONNEWAUG (NONN) ROUTE D — NONNEWAUG & HENRY ABBOTT TECH 6:04 am 309 SOUTH MAIN STREET — NONNEWAUG 6:05 am BOTSFORD HILL RD & STUART DR — PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 27 6:09 am 4 SURREY TR — NONNEWAUG 6:13 am 72 MARLIN RD – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 30 6:13 am 76 MARLIN – PM ride 34 transfer to 30 6:17 am 37 HIGH ROCK RD – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 7 6:22 am 29 BRADLEY LN – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 1 6:25 am 13 CHESTNUT KNOLL – PM ride 34 to HS transfer to 1 6:39 am 0 NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL @ 6:40 AM ROUTE E- NONNEWAUG & HENRY ABBOTT TECH 6:08 am TURKEY HILL & MOUNTAIN VIEW DR – PM ride 35 to MS transfer to 31 6:14 am 26 GREENBRIAR LN – PM ride 35 to MS transfer to 23 6:19 am CEDAR HILL RD & BARI DR- PM ride 35 to MS transfer to 23 6:24 am 73 BRUSHY HILL RD NONNEWAUG 6:34 am RIDGE RD & VALLEY VIEW RD NONNEWAUG 6:37 am LINCOLN RD & MADISON DR NONNEWAUG 6:40 am NEWTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
8:22 am 193 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:22 am 191 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:23 am 156 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:24 am FORD RD & THOMAS CIR 8:25 am 23/18 BRIDGE FARM END LN 8:25 am 10 BRIDGE END FARM LN 8:27 am 148 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:28 am SHADY REST BLVD & SHEPAUG RD 8:28 am SHADY REST BLVD & DEER TRL 8:29 am SHADY REST BLVD & HOUSATONIC DR 8:30 am OVERLOOK KNOLL RD & POMPERAUG RD 8:32 am 171 WALNUT TREE 8:34 am 98 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:35 am 94 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:36 am WALNUT TREE HILL RD & ACORN DR 8:36 am 95 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:36 am 78 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:37 am 76 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:38 am WALNUT TREE HILL RD & PATRIOT RIDGE RD 8:38 am 44 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:41 am 8 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:45 am HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:53 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #09 AM HAWLEY & REED 8:20 am 2 OLD FARM HILL RD 8:20 am 3 OLD FARM HILL RD 8:22 am 25/28 OLD FARM HILL RD 8:23 am 42 OLD FARM HILL RD 8:24 am HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & OLD FARM HILL RD 8:24 am HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & YEARLING LN 8:25 am 19 HORSESHOE RIDGE RD 8:26 am 13 HORSESHOE RIDGE RD 8:26 am HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & WINTER RIDGE RD 8:27 am 40 OLD GREEN RD
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Hawley Elementary School And Reed Intermediate School Bus Routes 2017-18 Pick-up and drop-off times are computer generated; therefore you must allow a 5- to 10-minute variation to published times. Pick-up and drop off times and stop locations are subject to change due to changing enrollment and traffic conditions. Students are to wait back 10 feet from the curb and must wait for the school bus to come to a complete stop before moving toward the bus. Students that cross the road must look both ways for traffic and must wait for the driver’s signal (head nod) before crossing the road. Morning routes are listed first, and afternoon routes follow.
HAWLEY MORNING BUS ROUTES Bus #08 AM Hawley & Reed 8:15 am 22 GLEN RD 8:16 am 32 GLEN RD 8:17 am 56/58 GLEN RD 8:17 am 60 GLEN RD. 8:18 am 76 GLEN RD DAYCARE 8:18 am 84 GLEN RD 8:19 am 100 GLEN RD 8:20 am 118 GLEN RD 8:21 am WALNUT TREE HILL RD & RIVER EDGE DR 8:21 am 174/203 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:22 am 197 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 8:22 am 168 WALNUT TREE HILL RD
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
8:28 am 35 OLD GREEN RD 8:29 am OLD GREEN RD & WOODBINE LN 8:30 am 2 VALLEY FIELD RD S 8:31 am VALLEY FIELD S & SLEEPY HOLLOW U-TURN 8:33 am 10 OLD GREEN RD 8:33 am 2 OLD GREEN RD 8:35 am 17 EVERGREEN RD 8:36 am EVERGREEN RD & SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD 8:37 am SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD & TEACHERS RIDGE RD 8:38 am 28 SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD 8:40 am 12 BUDD DR 8:45 am HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:53 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
8:42 am 9 BOULEVARD 8:45 am HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:52 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #11 AM HAWLEY & REED 8:15 am 66 QUEEN STREET 8:20 am COMMERCE RD MISTY MORNING 8:25 am 80 CHURCH HILL RD 8:25 am 84/86 CHURCH HILL RD 8:26 am 98 CHURCH HILL RD 8:27 am RIVERSIDE RD & FIRE DEPT U-TURN 8:29 am CHRUCH HILL RD & ARDI COURT 8:32 am 29 MAIN ST 8:32 am 27 MAIN ST 8:33 am 11 MAIN ST 8:35 am 17 BOROUGH LN 8:36 am 49 QUEEN ST MERRYHILL CHILD CARE 8:36 am 42/40 QUEEN STREET 8:37 am 30 QUEEN STREET 8:37 am 29 QUEEN STREET 8:37 am QUEEN ST & GRAND PL 8:37 am 23 QUEEN STREET 8:38 am GLOVER AVE & MEADOW RD 8:38 am MEADOW RD & ELIZABETH ST 8:40 am 6/10 MAIN STREET 8:45 am HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:52 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Bus #10 AM HAWLEY & REED 8:15 am CURRITUCK RD & SUNSET HILL RD 8:18 am PARMALEE HILL RD & PAPOOSE HILL RD 8:19 am PARMALEE HILL RD & PARMALEE PARK PL 8:19 am 32 PARMALEE HILL RD 8:20 am PARMALEE HILL & DANIELS HILL RD U-TURN 8:20 am 31 PARMALEE HILL RD 8:21 am 11 PARMALEE HILL RD 8:23 am 78 CURRITUCK RD 8:24 am 90 CURRITUCK RD 8:25 am GOPHER RD & SHADOW RDG U-TURN 8:25 am 17 GOPHER RD 8:26 am 11 GOPHER RD 8:26 am 1 GOPHER RD 8:28 am 12 GEORGE’S HILL RD 8:28 am 19 GEORGE’S HILL RD 8:29 am 28 GEORGE’S HILL RD 8:29 am GEORGE’S HILL CUL DE SAC U-TURN 8:31 am 9 GEORGE’S HILL RD 8:32 am 11 BRENNAN RD 8:33 am CURRITUCK RD & FRONTAGE RD 8:35 am 38 CURRITUCK RD 8:35 am 34 CURRITUCK RD 8:35 am 32 CURRITUCK RD 8:37 am TWIST HILL RD & FALLEN LEAF U-TURN 8:39 am 11 CURRITUCK RD 8:39 am 7 CURRITUCK RD 8:39 am CURRITUCK RD & ACADEMY LN 8:40 am 20 SCHOOL HOUSE HILL RD 8:41 am 28 BOULEVARD 8:41 am 21 BOULEVARD
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Bus #13 AM HAWLEY & REED 8:15 am HANOVER & ANTHONY RIDGE RD 8:16 am 78 HANOVER RD 8:18 am 98 HANOVER RD 8:20 am 117 HANOVER RD 8:20 am HANOVER RD & TAMARACK RD 8:20 am 122 HANOVER RD 8:24 am 5/6 LAKE RD 8:24 am 18 LAKE RD 8:25 am 32 LAKE RD 8:26 am HANOVER RD & LAKE RD 8:27 am 181 HANOVER RD 8:28 am 173 HANOVER RD 8:29 am HANOVER RD & POND BROOK RD 8:30 am HANOVER RD & SILVER CITY RD 8:30 am 143 HANOVER RD 8:31 am HANOVER RD & BRAMBLE TRL 8:32 am 127 HANOVER RD 8:38 am 50 HANOVER RD 8:38 am 40 HANOVER RD 8:39 am HANOVER RD & HALL LN 8:40 am 10 HANOVER RD 8:45 am HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:52 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #22 AM HAWLEY & REED 8:20 am CURRITUCK RD & HEDGE MEADOW LN 8:22 am 118 CURRITUCK RD 8:24 am 30 TUNNEL RD 8:25 am 22 TUNNEL RD 8:29 am 35 MOUNT PLEASANT RD 8:30 am THE OLD RD & SMOKE RISE RDG 8:31 am 12A THE OLD RD 8:31 am 8 OVERLOOK DR 8:32 am 21THE OLD RD 8:33 am 7 THE OLD RD 8:35 am 15 TAUNTON LAKE DR 8:36 am 11 TAUNTON LAKE DR 8:37 am 14 KNOLLWOOD DR 8:37 am 4 KNOLLWOOD DR 8:37 am KNOLLWOOD DR & RESERVOIR RD 8:39 am 79 MAIN ST 8:40 am 51 MAIN ST 8:44 am HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:52 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #35 AM HAWLEY & REED 8:15 am 16 WENDOVER RD 8:15 am 21 WENDOVER RD 8:17 am 34 BOULEVARD 8:17 am 36 THE BOULEVARD 8:22 am ECHO VALLEY RD & CONCORD RIDGE RD 8:23 am 40 ECHO VALLEY RD 8:24 am 115 ALBERTS HILL RD 8:25 am ALBERTS HILL & VALLEY FIELD N 8:26 am 67 ALBERTS HILL RD 8:29 am BLACK BRIDGE RD & LESTER RD 8:30 am BLACK BRIDGE RD & FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 8:31 am 3 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 8:31 am 8 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 8:32 am 11 FARM FIELD RDG 8:33 am FARM FIELD RIDGE RD & CROWS NEST LN 8:33 am 40 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 8:34 am BLACK BRIDGE RD & ROLLING MEADOWS LN 8:44 am HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:52 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #37 AM HAWLEY & REED 8:15 am CURRITUCK RD & SIGNAL POST RD 8:16 am 148 CURRITUCK RD 8:17 am BUTTERFIELD RD & BUTTERNUT RDG 8:17 am BUTTERFIELD RD & AUTUMN RIDGE RD 8:18 am 24 BUTTERFIELD RD 8:19 am 26 BUTTERFIELD RD 8:20 am BUTTERFIELD RD & BRIARWOOD LN 8:21 am PARMALEE HILL & WINDY WOODS U-TURN 8:21 am 72 PARMALEE HILL RD 8:22 am 76 PARMALEE HILL RD 8:25 am GEORGES HILL RD & POND BROOK RD 8:25 am 54 POND BROOK RD
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 8:29 am 40 OBTUSE RD 8:30 am NEWBURY RD & PHEASANT RIDGE U-TURN 8:35 am KENAN RD & ADAMS HILL U-TURN 8:36 am 137 CURRITUCK RD 8:37 am 135 CURRITUCK RD 8:37 am 127 CURRITUCK RD 8:45 am HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:51 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #38 AM HAWLEY & REED 8:10 am QUEEN ST & LORRAINE ST 8:12 am 38 MAIN ST 8:13 am MAIN ST & EAST ST 8:14 am 2 MT PLEASANT RD 8:15 am 12 MT. PLEASANT RD 8:16 am 42 MOUNT PLEASANT RD 8:19 am VIOLETTE RD & MOBILE HOME PARK 8:20 am 33 POCONO RD 8:21 am 13 POCONO RD 8:21 am 3 POCONO RD 8:22 am 27/29 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 8:22 am 12 MERIDIAN RIDGE DR 8:26 am 43 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 8:28 am 17 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 8:28 am 10 FARRELL RD 8:29 am 17 FARRELL RD 8:31 am NELSON LN & PATRICIA LN 8:32 am 39 FARRELL RD 8:32 am 52 FARRELL RD 8:36 am HAWLEYVILLE RD & COMMUTER LOT 8:37 am VIA HAWLEYVILLE RD 8:45 am HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:53 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
REED & HAWLEY AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES Bus #08 PM REED & HAWLEY 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:55 pm 22 GLEN RD 3:56 pm 32 GLEN RD 3:57 pm 56/58 GLEN RD 3:58 pm 60 GLEN RD 3:59 pm 84 GLEN RD 3:59 pm 100 GLEN RD 4:00 pm 118 GLEN RD 4:01 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD & RIVER EDGE DR 4:01 pm 203 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:02 pm 197 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:02 pm 168 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:02 pm 193 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:03 pm 191 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:03 pm WALNUT TREE HILL & FORD RD 4:04 pm FORD RD & THOMAS CIR 4:06 pm 23 BRIDGE FARM END LN 4:06 pm 2 BRIDGE END FARM LN 4:08 pm 148 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:09 pm SHADY REST BLVD & SHEPAUG RD 4:10 pm SHADY REST BLVD & DEER TRL 4:11 pm SHADY REST BLVD & HOUSATONIC DR 4:11 pm HOUSATONIC DR & POMPERAUG RD 4:12 pm OVERLOOK KNOLL RD & POMPERAUG RD 4:14 pm 171 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:17 pm 98 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:17 pm 113A WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:18 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD ACORN DR 4:19 pm 95 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:19 pm 78 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:20 pm 76 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:21 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD & PATRIOT RIDGE RD 4:22 pm 47/44 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 4:24 pm 8 WALNUT TREE HILL RD
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Bus #09 PM REED & HAWLEY 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:51 pm 12 BUDD DR. 3:52 pm 34/36 BOULEVARD 3:58 pm 2 OLD FARM HILL RD 3:58 pm 3 OLD FARM HILL RD 4:00 pm 25/28 OLD FARM HILL RD 4:00 pm 42 OLD FARM HILL RD 4:02 pm HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & OLD FARM HILL RD 4:03 pm 19 HORSESHOE RIDGE RD 4:03 pm (29) HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & YEARLING LN 4:04 pm 13 HORSESHOE RIDGE RD 4:05 pm HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & WINTER RIDGE RD 4:06 pm 40 OLD GREEN RD 4:07 pm 35 OLD GREEN RD 4:08 pm OLD GREEN RD & WOODBINE LN 4:09 pm 2 VALLEY FIELD RD S 4:10 pm VALLEY FIELD S & SLEEPY HOLLOW U-TURN 4:11 pm 10 OLD GREEN RD 4:11 pm 2 OLD GREEN RD 4:13 pm 17 EVERGREEN RD 4:14 pm EVERGREEN RD & SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD 4:15 pm SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD & TEACHERS RIDGE RD 4:16 pm 28 SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD Bus #10 PM REED & HAWLEY 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:51 pm 9 THE BOULEVARD 3:51 pm 21 THE BLVD 3:52 pm 22 SCHOOLHOUSE HILL RD 3:52 pm 20 SCHOOL HOUSE HILL RD 3:54 pm CURRITUCK RD & ACADEMY LN 3:55 pm 7 CURRITUCK RD 3:55 pm 11 CURRITUCK RD 3:55 pm CURRITUCK RD & SUNSET HILL RD 3:57 pm TWIST HILL RD & FALLEN LEAF LN U-TURN 3:59 pm 32 CURRITUCK RD 4:00 pm 34 CURRITUCK RD 4:00 pm 38 CURRITUCK RD 4:02 pm PARMALEE HILL RD & PAPOOSE HILL RD 4:03 pm 11 PARMALEE HILL RD 4:03 pm 14 PARMALEE HILL RD 4:03 pm PARMALEE HILL RD & PARMALEE PARK PL 4:03 pm 20 PARMALEE HILL RD 4:04 pm 32 PARMALEE HILL RD 4:05 pm PARMALEE HILL & DANIELS HILL RD U-TURN 4:05 pm 31 PARMALEE HILL RD 4:09 pm CURRITUCK RD & FRONTAGE RD 4:10 pm 78 CURRITUCK RD 4:10 pm 90 CURRITUCK RD 4:11 pm BRENNAN RD & GOPHER RD
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4:12 pm GOPHER RD & SHADOW RDG U-TURN 4:12 pm 17 GOPHER RD 4:13 pm 11 GOPHER RD 4:14 pm 9 GEORGES HILL RD 4:15 pm 19 GEORGES HILL RD 4:16 pm 28 GEORGE’S HILL RD
4:05 pm BLACK BRIDGE RD & LESTER RD 4:06 pm BLACK BRIDGE RD & FARM FIELD RDG 4:07 pm 3 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 4:07 pm 8 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 4:08 pm 11 FARM FIELD RDG 4:09 pm FARM FIELD RIDGE RD & CROWS NEST LN 4:10 pm 40 FARM FIELD RIDGE RD 4:11 pm 4 ROLLING MEADOWS LN Bus #37 PM REED & HAWLEY 3:51 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:58 pm CURRITUCK RD & SIGNAL POST RD 3:59 pm 148 CURRITUCK RD 3:59 pm BUTTERFIELD RD & BUTTERNUT RDG 4:00 pm BUTTERFIELD RD & AUTUMN RIDGE RD 4:01 pm 24 BUTTERFIELD RD 4:01 pm 26 BUTTERFIELD RD 4:03 pm BUTTERFIELD RD & BRIARWOOD LN 4:04 pm PARMALEE HILL & WINDY WOODS U-TURN 4:04 pm 70 PARMALEE HILL RD 4:04 pm 76 PARMALEE HILL RD 4:07 pm 68 GEORGES HILL RD 4:08 pm GEORGES HILL RD & POND BROOK RD 4:08 pm 54 POND BROOK RD 4:10 pm OVER POND BROOK RD 4:12 pm 40 OBTUSE RD 4:13 pm NEWBURY RD & PHEASANT RIDGE U-TURN 4:18 pm KENAN RD & ADAMS HILL LN U-TURN 4:19 pm 137 CURRITUCK RD 4:20 pm 135 CURRITUCK RD 4:20 pm 127 CURRITUCK RD Bus #38 PM REED & HAWLEY 3:51 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:50 pm QUEEN ST & LORRAINE ST 3:53 pm 38 MAIN STREET 3:53 pm MAIN ST & EAST ST 3:54 pm 2 MT PLEASANT RD 3:55 pm 12 MT. PLEASANT RD 3:57 pm 42 MOUNT PLEASANT RD 4:03 pm VIOLETTE RD & MOBILE HOME PARK 4:04 pm 33 POCONO RD 4:05 pm 13 POCONO RD 4:05 pm 3 POCONO RD 4:06 pm 27/29 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 4:06 pm 12 MERIDAN RIDGE DR 4:07 pm 18 MERIDIAN RIDGE DR 4:11 pm 43 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 4:12 pm 17 OLD HAWLEYVILLE RD 4:13 pm 10 FARRELL RD 4:14 pm 17 FARREL RD 4:15 pm NELSON LN & PATRICIA LN 4:17 pm 39 FARRELL RD 4:17 pm 47 FARRELL RD 4:17 pm 52 FARRELL RD 4:21 pm HAWLEYVILLE RD & COMMUTER LOT
Bus #11 PM REED & HAWLEY 3:51 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:53 pm COMMERCE RD MISTY MORNING 4:00 pm 80 CHURCH HILL RD 4:00 pm 84/86 CHURCH HILL RD 4:01 pm 98 CHURCH HILL RD 4:03 pm CHURCH HILL RD & ARDI COURT 4:09 pm 29 MAIN ST 4:09 pm 27 MAIN STREET 4:10 pm 11 MAIN ST 4:13 pm 17 BOROUGH LN 4:14 pm 49 QUEEN ST MERRYHILL CHILD CARE 4:14 pm 42/40 QUEEN STREET 4:15 pm 30 QUEEN STREET 4:15 pm 29 QUEEN STREET 4:15 pm QUEEN ST & GRAND PL 4:15 pm 23 QUEEN STREET 4:16 pm GLOVER AVE & MEADOW RD 4:17 pm MEADOW RD & ELIZABETH ST 4:19 pm 10 MAIN STREET 4:23 pm 66 QUEEN STREET Bus #13 PM REED & HAWLEY 3:51 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:52 pm 10 HANOVER RD 3:53 pm HANOVER RD & HALL LN 3:54 pm 40 HANOVER RD 3:54 pm 50 HANOVER RD 3:56 pm HANOVER & ANTHONY RIDGE RD 3:57 pm 78 HANOVER RD 3:58 pm 98 HANOVER RD 4:00 pm 117 HANOVER RD 4:00 pm HANOVER RD & TAMARACK RD 4:00 pm 122 HANOVER RD 4:01 pm 127 HANOVER RD 4:02 pm HANOVER RD & BRAMBLE TRL 4:02 pm 143 HANOVER RD 4:03 pm HANOVER RD & SILVER CITY RD 4:04 pm HANOVER RD & POND BROOK RD 4:05 pm 5/6 LAKE RD 4:05 pm 18 LAKE RD 4:06 pm 32 LAKE RD 4:08 pm LAKE RD & HANOVER RD 4:08 pm 181 HANOVER RD 4:09 pm 173 HANOVER RD Bus #22 PM REED & HAWLEY 3:51 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:58 pm CURRITUCK RD & HEDGE MEADOW LN 4:00 pm 118 CURRITUCK RD 4:02 pm 30 TUNNEL RD 4:03 pm 22 TUNNEL RD 4:06 pm 35 MOUNT PLEASANT RD 4:07 pm THE OLD RD & SMOKE RISE RDG 4:08 pm 12 THE OLD RD 4:09 pm 8 OVERLOOK DR 4:09 pm 21 THE OLD RD 4:10 pm 7 THE OLD RD 4:13 pm 15 TAUNTON LAKE DR 4:13 pm 11 TAUNTON LAKE DR 4:14 pm 14 KNOLLWOOD DR 4:14 pm 4 KNOLLWOOD DR 4:15 pm KNOLLWOOD DR & RESERVOIR RD 4:16 pm 79 MAIN ST 4:17 pm 51 MAIN ST
Head O’ Meadow Elementary School And Reed Intermediate School Bus Routes 2017-18 Pick-up and drop-off times are computer generated; therefore you must allow a 5- to 10-minute variation to published times. Pick-up and drop-off times and Stop Locations are subject to change due to changing enrollment and traffic conditions. Students are to wait back 10 feet from the curb and must wait for the school bus to come to a complete stop before moving toward the bus. Students that cross the road must look both ways for traffic and must wait for the driver’s signal (head nod) before crossing the road. Morning routes are listed first, and afternoon routes follow.
HEAD O’ MEADOW & REED MORNING BUS ROUTES Bus #12 AM Head O’ Meadow & Reed 8:15 am 34 SUGAR LN 8:16 am 55 SUGAR LN 8:16 am 58 SUGAR LN 8:16 am 60 SUGAR LN 8:17 am 65 SUGAR LN 8:17 am 78 SUGAR LN 8:18 am SUGAR LN & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 8:20 am 16 SUGAR HILL RD 8:21 am SUGAR HILL RD & SWEET MEADOW U-TURN 8:22 am 133 SUGAR STREET 8:23 am SUGAR ST & LONGVIEW HEIGHTS RD
Bus #35 PM REED & HAWLEY 3:51 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:50 pm 16 WENDOVER RD 3:51 pm 21 WENDOVER RD 3:57 pm ECHO VALLEY RD & CONCORD RIDGE RD 3:58 pm 40 ECHO VALLEY RD 4:00 pm 115 ALBERTS HILL RD 4:01 pm ALBERTS HILL & VALLEY FIELD N 4:02 pm 67 ALBERTS HILL RD
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 8:23 am SUGAR ST & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 8:26 am 55 SUGAR STREET 8:27 am SUGAR ST & BALDWIN RD 8:28 am 23 SUGAR STREET 8:28 am JUNIPER RD & NETTLETON AVE 8:29 am BIRCH RISE DR & JUNIPER RD 8:30 am BIRCH RISE DR & ELM DR 8:31 am 14 SUGAR STREET 8:34 am 33 BOGGS HILL RD 8:34 am 35 BOGGS HILL (DRWAY ON VALLEYVIEW) 8:34 am RIDGE RD & VALLEY VIEW RD 8:35 am 25/28 VALLEY VIEW RD 8:35 am 30/31 VALLEY VIEW RD 8:37 am 18 RIDGE RD 8:38 am 6 RIDGE RD 8:45 am HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 8:57 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
8:15 am SUGAR ST & PINNACLE DR 8:16 am 20 DODGINGTOWN RD 8:17 am 24 DODGINGTOWN RD 8:17 am 30 DODGINGTOWN RD 8:18 am DODGINGTOWN RD & ROOSTER RIDGE RD 8:19 am 7 SHELLEY RD 8:20 am SHELLEY RD & LIMEKILN CT U-TURN 8:22 am 71 DODGINGTOWN RD 8:23 am 35 DODGINGTOWN RD 8:23 am 31 DODGINGTOWN RD 8:24 am 25 DODGINGTOWN RD 8:24 am 21 DODGINGTOWN RD 8:25 am 11 DODGINGTOWN RD 8:25 am 3 HATTERTOWN RD 8:27 am HATTERTOWN RD & WILEY LN 8:28 am 43 KEY ROCK RD 8:29 am 33 KEY ROCK 8:29 am 28 KEY ROCK RD 8:30 am NORTH BRANCH CUL DE SAC U-TURN 8:31 am 1 NORTH BRANCH RD 8:32 am 8 KEY ROCK RD 8:33 am SUGAR ST & DRUMMERS LN 8:33 am 167 SUGAR ST 8:45 am HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Bus #14 AM HEAD O’ MEADOW & REED 8:15 am 4/7 DIAMOND DR. 8:15 am 24 DIAMOND DR 8:16 am WHITEWOOD RD & MIDDLETON RD 8:18 am 29 WHITEWOOD RD 8:18 am 1 WHITEWOOD RD 8:20 am 1 TAUNTON LAKE RD 8:21 am 1 SAW MILL RIDGE RD 8:21 am SAW MILL RIDGE & WESTWOOD U-TURN 8:22 am 40 SAW MILL RD 8:23 am 32 SAW MILL RD 8:23 am SAW MILL RD & HAWTHORNE HILL RD 8:24 am 15 SAW MILL RD 8:24 am 13/10 SAW MILL RD 8:24 am 4 SAW MILL RD 8:25 am 1 SAW MILL RD 8:26 am 7 TORY LN 8:26 am 81 MOUNT PLEASANT 8:38 am HEAD OF MEADOW RD & SHEPARD HILL RD 8:39 am SHEPARD HILL & BLANCHES WALK U-TURN 8:45 am HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 8:58 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
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PRE-NATAL VISITS Bus #15 AM HEAD O’ MEADOW & REED New Patients 8:12 am COBBLESTONE LN & OLD TAVERN RD 8:13 am OLD TAVERN RD & ASHFORD LN Breastfeeding Program 8:13 am 14 ASHFORD LN 8:15 am GREAT HILL RD & WINSLOW RD 8:16 am 82 GREAT HILL RD 8:17 am 28 PLUMTREES RD 8:19 am PLUMTREES RD & ROCKY LN U-TURN 8:20 am 19 PLUMTREES RD 8:21 am 75 TAUNTON HILL RD 8:22 am 108 TAUNTON HILL RD 8:23 am TAUNTON HILL RD & WEDGEWOOD CT 8:24 am BOULDER CREEK RD @ CUL DE SAC 8:26 am 164 TAUNTON HILL RD 8:26 am 174 TAUNTON HILL RD 8:27 am TAUNTON HILL & KAREN BLVD 8:27 am BIRCH HILL RD & PLEASANT HILL RD 8:27 am 93 BIRCH HILL RD 8:28 am BIRCH HILL RD & HYVUE DR 8:28 am BIRCH HILL RD & CROSS BROOK RD 8:29 am 62 BIRCH HILL RD 8:30 am ROCK RIDGE RD & ROBIN HILL RD 8:31 am TOMBASCO’S U-TURN 8:32 am SUGAR ST & FLORAL HTS 8:32 am 203 SUGAR ST 8:45 am HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 8:57 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Bus #17 AM HEAD O’ MEADOW & REED 8:15 am 20 CEMETERY RD 8:17 am 6 HUNTING RIDGE RD 8:18 am HUNTING RIDGE CUL DE SAC U-TURN 8:20 am 18 FLAT SWAMP RD 8:21 am 40 FLAT SWAMP RD 8:21 am 3 BROOKWOOD DR 8:22 am 25 BROOKWOOD DR 8:22 am 38/39 BROOKWOOD DR 8:25 am 22 POORHOUSE RD 8:25 am POOR HOUSE & OLD DODGINGTOWN U-TURN 8:26 am 12 POORHOUSE RD 8:27 am 14 SHUT RD 8:27 am SHUT RD & WEBSTER PL 8:27 am 21 WEBSTER PLACE 8:29 am 21 SHUT RD 8:30 am 43 FLAT SWAMP RD 8:31 am FLAT SWAMP RD & JANGLING PLAIN RD 8:35 am 41 HATTERTOWN RD DAYCARE 8:35 am HATTERTOWN RD & STONEWALL RIDGE 8:36 am 52 HATTERTOWN RD 8:37 am 168 BOGGS HILL RD 8:38 am 159/157 BOGGS HILL RD 8:38 am 155 BOGGS HILL RD 8:40 am BOGGS HILL RD & WILLOW BROOK LN 8:41 am 106 BOGGS HILL RD 8:41 am 100 BOGGS HILL RD 8:45 am HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 8:57 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #25 AM HEAD O’ MEADOW & REED 8:15 am BRUSHY HILL RD & BEAVER DAM RD 8:23 am 24 PALESTINE RD 8:28 am HATTERTOWN RD & ABBOTTS HILL RD 8:29 am 83 HATTERTOWN 8:30 am 98 HATTERTOWN 8:30 am 100 HATTERTOWN RD. 8:30 am 103 HATTERTOWN RD 8:32 am MERLINS LN & PURDY STATION RD 8:32 am MERLINS LN & ARTHUR’S CT 8:33 am 14 MERLINS LN 8:34 am 5/6 MERLINS LN 8:37 am 43/44 MT NEBO 8:38 am MOUNT NEBO RD & OX HILL RD 8:39 am 17/18 MOUNT NEBO RD 8:40 am MOUNT NEBO RD & FIELDSTONE DR
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38 - Back To School 2017 8:40 am 8/9 MOUNT NEBO RD 8:40 am 3 MT NEBO 8:45 am HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #26 AM HEAD O’ MEADOW & REED 8:20 am 82 CASTLE HILL RD 8:21 am CASTLE HILL RD & POSSUM RIDGE RD 8:22 am 113 CASTLE HILL RD 8:22 am CASTLE HILL RD & FOX RUN LN S 8:23 am 127 CASTLE HILL RD 8:23 am CASTLE HILL RD & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 8:24 am GREAT HILL RD & STONE FENCE LN 8:24 am GREAT HILL & FOX RUN LN 8:26 am 31 TAUNTON LAKE RD 8:26 am 44 TAUNTON LAKE RD 8:27 am 48 TAUNTON LAKE RD 8:27 am 56 TAUNTON LAKE RD 8:30 am 59/57 CASTLE HILL RD 8:31 am CASTLE HILL RD & PUMPKIN LN 8:31 am CASTLE HILL RD & OLD CASTLE DR 8:33 am 11 WEST ST 8:34 am 37 WEST STREET 8:34 am WEST ST & ROOSEVELT DR 8:36 am 6 LINCOLN RD 8:36 am 50 WEST STREET 8:45 am HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 8:57 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #29 AM HEAD O’ MEADOW & REED 8:10 am HAWLEY SCHOOL P/U EDCONN KIDS 8:16 am MOUNT PLEASANT RD & SUSAN LN 8:16 am MOUNT PLEASANT RD & WHIPPOORWILL HILL RD 8:19 am 136 MT PLEASANT 8:20 am 3/6 TAUNTON LN 8:20 am 16 TAUNTON LN 8:20 am 21 TAUNTON LN 8:22 am 2 GLENMOR DR 8:22 am 7 GLENMOR 8:23 am 12 GLENMOR DR 8:23 am GLENMOR DR & TAUNTON RIDGE RD 8:24 am 9 TAUNTON RIDGE RD 8:25 am 30 TAUNTON HILL RD 8:26 am 45 TAUNTON HILL RD 8:27 am STURGES RD & BOBCAT LN U-TURN 8:28 am 74 TAUNTON HILL RD 8:31 am BIRCH HILL RD & CANNON DR 8:32 am 46/49 BIRCH HILL RD 8:32 am 55A SCUDDER RD 8:33 am 47/52 SCUDDER RD 8:34 am 25 SCUDDER RD 8:34 am 23 SCUDDER RD 8:35 am 5/3 SCUDDER RD 8:45 am HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 8:57 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #41 AM HEAD O’ MEADOW & REED 8:15 am 90 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 8:21 am POVERTY HOLLOW & OLD HATTERTOWN RD U-TURN 8:26 am 119 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 8:27 am FARM MEADOW RD & STORM RIDGE RD U-TURN 8:29 am 73 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 8:29 am 59 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 8:30 am 47 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 8:30 am 41 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 8:31 am 18 GREENLEAF FARMS RD 8:32 am EQUESTRIAN RIDGE & GREENLEAF FARMS RD 8:35 am 27 POVERTY HOLLOW 8:35 am POVERTY HOLLOW RD & WILLIAMS LN 8:45 am HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 8:56 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
REED AND HEAD O’ MEADOW AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES Bus #12 PM REED & HEAD O’ MEADOW 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 3:54 pm (35) BOGGS HILL RD & VALLEY VIEW RD 3:55 pm 33 BOGGS HILL RD 3:56 pm 18 RIDGE RD 3:57 pm 6 RIDGE RD. 3:57 pm RIDGE RD & VALLEY VIEW RD 3:58 pm 25/28 VALLEY VIEW RD 3:58 pm 30/31 VALLEY VIEW RD 4:01 pm SUGAR ST & BALDWIN RD 4:02 pm 23 SUGAR STREET 4:02 pm JUNIPER RD & NETTLETON AVE 4:03 pm BIRCH RISE DR & JUNIPER RD 4:04 pm BIRCH RISE DR & ELM DR 4:05 pm 14 SUGAR STREET 4:08 pm 34 SUGAR LN 4:09 pm 55 SUGAR LN 4:09 pm 58 SUGAR LN 4:09 pm 60 SUGAR LN 4:09 pm 65 SUGAR LN 4:10 pm 78 SUGAR LN 4:11 pm SUGAR LN & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 4:12 pm 16 SUGAR HILL RD 4:13 pm SUGAR HILL RD & SWEET MEADOW U-TURN 4:15 pm 133 SUGAR STREET 4:15 pm SUGAR ST & LONGVIEW HEIGHTS RD 4:16 pm HEAD OF MEADOW RD & SUGAR ST 4:19 pm 55 SUGAR STREET Bus #14 PM REED & HEAD O’ MEADOW 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:40 pm 25 SOUTH MAIN ST 3:51 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 3:54 pm SHEPARD HILL & BLANCHES WALK U-TURN
The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 4:04 pm 4/5 DIAMOND DR 4:04 pm 24 DIAMOND DR 4:06 pm MIDDLETON RD & WHITEWOOD RD 4:07 pm 39 WHITEWOOD RD 4:08 pm 29 WHITEWOOD RD 4:08 pm 11 WHITEWOOD RD 4:08 pm 1 WHITEWOOD RD 4:10 pm MOUNT PLEASANT RD & SUSAN LN 4:10 pm MOUNT PLEASANT RD & WHIPPOORWILL HILL RD 4:12 pm 4 SAW MILL RD 4:13 pm 13/10 SAW MILL RD 4:13 pm 15 SAW MILL RD 4:14 pm SAW MILL RD & HAWTHORNE HILL RD 4:14 pm 32 SAW MILL RD 4:15 pm 40 SAW MILL RD 4:16 pm 1 SAW MILL RIDGE RD 4:16 pm SAW MILL RIDGE & WESTWOOD U-TURN 4:18 pm 1 TAUNTON LAKE RD Bus #15 PM REED & HEAD O’ MEADOW 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 4:03 pm COBBLESTONE LN & OLD TAVERN RD 4:03 pm OLD TAVERN RD & ASHFORD LN 4:04 pm 14 ASHFORD LN 4:06 pm GREAT HILL RD & WINSLOW RD 4:09 pm 28 PLUMTREES RD 4:10 pm PLUMTREES RD & ROCKY LN U-TURN 4:11 pm 19 PLUMTREES RD 4:12 pm 75 TAUNTON HILL RD. 4:14 pm 106 TAUNTON HILL RD 4:14 pm 108 TAUNTON HILL RD 4:14 pm TAUNTON HILL RD & WEDGEWOOD CT 4:16 pm BOULDER CREEK RD @ CUL DE SAC 4:18 pm 164 TAUNTON HILL RD 4:19 pm 174 TAUNTON HILL RD 4:19 pm TAUNTON HILL & KAREN BLVD 4:21 pm BIRCH HILL RD & PLEASANT HILL RD 4:21 pm 93 BIRCH HILL RD 4:21 pm BIRCH HILL RD & HYVUE DR 4:22 pm BIRCH HILL RD & CROSS BROOK RD 4:23 pm 62 BIRCH HILL RD 4:24 pm ROCK RIDGE RD & ROBIN HILL RD 4:26 pm FLORAL HTS & SUGAR ST 4:27 pm 203 SUGAR ST Bus #16 PM REED & HEAD O’ MEADOW 3:51 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 4:00 pm 122 SUGAR STREET 4:04 pm 206 SUGAR STREET 4:05 pm SUGAR ST & PINNACLE DR 4:06 pm 20 DODGINGTOWN RD 4:07 pm 24 DODGINGTOWN RD 4:07 pm 30 DODGINGTOWN RD 4:09 pm DODGINGTOWN RD & ROOSTER RIDGE RD 4:10 pm 7 SHELLEY RD 4:10 pm SHELLY RD & LIMEKILN CT U-TURN 4:12 pm 71 DODGINGTOWN RD 4:13 pm 35 DODGINGTOWN RD 4:14 pm 31 DODGINGTOWN RD 4:14 pm 25 DODGINGTOWN RD 4:14 pm 21 DODGINGTOWN RD 4:15 pm 11 DODGINGTOWN RD 4:16 pm 3 HATTERTOWN RD 4:17 pm HATTERTOWN RD & WILEY LN 4:19 pm 43 KEY ROCK RD 4:19 pm 33 KEY ROCK 4:19 pm 28 KEY ROCK RD 4:21 pm NORTH BRANCH CUL DE SAC U-TURN 4:22 pm 1 NORTH BRANCH RD 4:23 pm 8 KEY ROCK RD 4:23 pm SUGAR STREET & DRUMMERS LN 4:24 pm 167 SUGAR ST Bus #17 PM REED & HEAD O’ MEADOW 3:51 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 3:52 pm 100 BOGGS HILL RD 3:52 pm BOGGS HILL RD & WILLOW BROOK LN 3:55 pm 155 BOGGS HILL RD 3:55 pm 157/159 BOGGS HILL RD 3:56 pm 168 BOGGS HILL RD 3:57 pm 52 HATTERTOWN RD 3:58 pm 41 HATTERTOWN RD & STONEWALL RIDGE 4:01 pm 20 CEMETERY RD 4:02 pm 18 FLAT SWAMP RD 4:03 pm 6 HUNTING RIDGE RD 4:03 pm HUNTING RIDGE CUL DE SAC U-TURN 4:05 pm 40 FLAT SWAMP RD 4:06 pm 9 SHUT RD 4:06 pm SHUT RD & WEBSTER PL 4:07 pm 21 SHUT RD 4:08 pm 10 WEBSTER PLACE 4:09 pm 12 POORHOUSE RD 4:10 pm 22 POORHOUSE RD 4:10 pm POOR HOUSE & OLD DODGINGTOWN U-TURN 4:13 pm 39 BROOKWOOD DR 4:13 pm 36 BROOKWOOD DR 4:13 pm 25 BROOKWOOD DR 4:14 pm 3 BROOKWOOD DR 4:16 pm 43 FLAT SWAMP RD 4:16 pm FLAT SWAMP RD & JANGLING PLAIN RD Bus #25 PM REED & HEAD O’MEADOW 3:51 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 3:55 pm BOGGS HILL RD & MOUNT NEBO PM ONLY 3:58 pm HATTERTOWN RD & ABBOTTS HILL RD 3:58 pm 71 HATTERTOWN RD ALT STOP 3:59 pm 83 HATTERTOWN 4:00 pm 98 HATTERTOWN
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 4:00 pm 100 HATTERTOWN RD. 4:00 pm 103 HATTERTOWN RD 4:02 pm MERLINS LN & PURDY STATION RD 4:02 pm MERLINS LN & ARTHUR’S CT 4:03 pm 14 MERLINS LN 4:04 pm 5/6 MERLINS LN 4:07 pm 42/43 MT. NEBO 4:08 pm MOUNT NEBO RD & OX HILL RD 4:09 pm 17/18 MOUNT NEBO RD 4:10 pm MOUNT NEBO RD & FIELDSTONE DR 4:10 pm 8/9 MOUNT NEBO RD 4:11 pm 3 MT NEBO 4:14 pm 24 PALESTINE RD 4:22 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & BEAVER DAM RD Bus #26 PM REED & HEAD O’ MEADOW 3:51 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 3:56 pm 50 WEST STREET 3:57 pm 3 LINCOLN RD 3:57 pm 13 LINCOLN RD 3:58 pm ROOSEVELT DR & WEST ST 3:59 pm 37 WEST STREET 4:00 pm 11 WEST ST 4:01 pm CASTLE HILL RD & OLD CASTLE DR 4:02 pm CASTLE HILL RD & PUMPKIN LN 4:03 pm 57/59 CASTLE HILL RD 4:04 pm 82 CASTLE HILL RD 4:05 pm CASTLE HILL RD & POSSUM RIDGE RD 4:06 pm 113 CASTLE HILL RD 4:07 pm CASTLE HILL RD & FOX RUN LN S 4:07 pm 127 CASTLE HILL RD 4:08 pm CASTLE HILL RD & HEAD OF MEADOW RD 4:09 pm GREAT HILL RD & STONE FENCE LN 4:10 pm FOX RUN LN & GREAT HILL RD 4:12 pm 31 TAUNTON LAKE RD 4:12 pm 44 TAUNTON LAKE RD 4:12 pm 48 TAUNTON LAKE RD 4:12 pm 56 TAUNTON LAKE RD Bus #29 PM REED & HEAD O’ MEADOW 3:51 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 3:59 pm 3 SCUDDER RD 4:00 pm 23 SCUDDER RD 4:00 pm 25 SCUDDER RD 4:01 pm 47/55 SCUDDER RD 4:02 pm 55A SCUDDER RD 4:03 pm 46/49 BIRCH HILL RD 4:04 pm BIRCH HILL RD & CANNON DR 4:06 pm GREAT HILL RD & WINSLOW RD 4:07 pm 84 GREAT HILL RD 4:08 pm 74 TAUNTON HILL RD 4:08 pm 64 TAUNTON HILL RD 4:09 pm STURGES RD & BOBCAT LN U-TURN 4:09 pm FAIRCHILD RD & TAUNTON HILL RD 4:10 pm 45 TAUNTON HILL RD 4:10 pm 2 GLENMOR DR 4:10 pm 7 GLENMOR 4:11 pm 12 GLENMOR DR 4:12 pm TAUNTON RIDGE RD & GLENMOR DR 4:13 pm 9 TAUNTON RIDGE RD 4:14 pm 30 TAUNTON HILL RD 4:16 pm 21 TAUNTON LN 4:16 pm 16 TAUNTON LN 4:16 pm 3/6 TAUNTON LN 4:17 pm 117 MOUNT PLEASANT RD (DANCE ETC) 4:18 pm 1 SAW MILL RD 4:20 pm 7 TORY LN 4:20 pm 81 MOUNT PLEASANT Bus #41 PM REED & HEAD O’ MEADOW 3:51 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW ELEMENTARY 3:56 pm POVERTY HOLLOW RD & WILLIAMS LN 3:57 pm 41 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:58 pm 47 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:58 pm 59 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:59 pm 15 EQUESTRIAN RIDGE RD 4:00 pm EQUESTRIAN RIDGE & GREENLEAF FARMS RD 4:01 pm 18 GREENLEAF FARMS RD 4:03 pm 90 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 4:04 pm 73 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 4:06 pm FARM MEADOW & STORM RDG U-TURN 4:07 pm 119 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 4:13 pm POVERTY HOLLOW RD & OLD HATTERTOWN RD
Middle Gate Elementary And Reed Intermediate School Bus Routes 2017-18 Pick-up and drop-off times are computer generated; therefore you must allow a 5- to 10-minute variation to published times. Pick-up and drop-off times and stop locations are subject to change due to changing enrollment and traffic conditions. Students are to wait back 10 feet from the curb and must wait for the school bus to come to a complete stop before moving toward the bus. Students that cross the road must look both ways for traffic and must wait for the driver’s signal (head nod) before crossing the road. Morning routes are listed first, and the afternoon routes follow.
MIDDLE GATE AND REED MORNING BUS ROUTES Bus #06 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:10 am 32 BOTSFORD HILL RD 8:17 am 103 TODDY HILL RD 8:18 am 87 TODDY HILL RD 8:19 am 16 STILL HILL RD 8:20 am 26 STILL HILL RD 8:21 am SHERMAN ST & STILL HILL RD 8:23 am 21 SUGARLOAF RD 8:24 am 2 SUGARLOAF RD 8:24 am 1 SUGARLOAF RD 8:25 am 6 QUARRY RIDGE RD 8:25 am 12 QUARRY RIDGE RD 8:26 am QUARRY RIDGE CUL DE SAC U-TURN 8:28 am 15 TODDY HILL RD 8:28 am 1 TODDY HILL RD 8:31 am 5 JOHNNY APPLESEED DR 8:31 am 13/14 JOHNNY APPLESEED DR 8:33 am TODDY HILL RD & MEADOW WOODS LN 8:33 am 45 TODDY HILL RD 8:33 am 46 TODDY HILL RD 8:34 am TODDY HILL RD & VINING RD 8:34 am TODDY HILL RD & LONGVIEW RD 8:35 am 63/65 TODDY HILL RD 8:35 am 64 TODDY HILL RD 8:35 am TODDY HILL RD & DEERFIELD DR 8:36 am 70 TODDY HILL RD 8:36 am TODDY HILL RD & PILGRIM LN 8:37 am 82 TODDY HILL RD 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #07 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:20 am 14 MILE HILL RD S 8:21 am MILE HILL RD S & TIMBER LN 8:22 am 20 NUNNAWAUK RD 8:23 am 2 HITFIELD RD 8:23 am HITFIELD RD & BLACK WALNUT DR 8:25 am 1 CAROL ANN DR 8:28 am 48 MILE HILL RD. SOUTH 8:28 am 47 MILE HILL SOUTH 8:28 am 51 MILE HILL SOUTH RD 8:29 am 65/66 MILE HILL SOUTH
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40 - Back To School 2017 8:29 am 77 MILE HILL SOUTH 8:31 am 30 TURKEY HILL RD 8:32 am TURKEY HILL RD & RIVER RUN RD 8:32 am TURKEY HILL & MOUNTAIN VIEW U-TURN 8:32 am 37 TURKEY HILL CINDI’S DAYCARE 8:36 am 57 PECKS LN 8:37 am 6 ORCHARD HILL RD 8:38 am 16 ORCHARD HILL RD 8:39 am 16/18 WILLS RD 8:39 am 10/12 WILLS RD 8:40 am 7 WILLS RD 8:40 am 170 SOUTH MAIN STREET 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #18 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:15 am BOTSFORD HILL RD & STUART DR 8:16 am 20 BOTSFORD HILL RD. 8:19 am 89 NEW LEBBON RD 8:19 am 78 NEW LEBBON RD 8:19 am 74 NEW LEBBON RD. 8:20 am 54/52 NEW LEBBON RD 8:21 am NEW LEBBON RD & ASPEN LN 8:22 am 23 NEW LEBBON RD 8:22 am 13 NEW LEBBON RD 8:23 am 12 NEW LEBBON RD 8:25 am 11 GRAYS PLAIN RD 8:25 am 1 GRAYS PLAIN RD 8:28 am 37 HIGH ROCK RD 8:29 am 43 HIGH ROCK RD 8:29 am 47 HIGH ROCK RD 8:30 am HIGH ROCK RD & KELLY CT 8:30 am 75 HIGH ROCK RD 8:32 am 115 HIGH ROCK RD 8:32 am 123 HIGH ROCK RD 8:35 am HAMMERTOWN RD & ROW LEDGE POND RD 8:36 am HAMMERTOWN RD & AVALON WAY 8:37 am HIGH BRIDGE RD & VALLEY RIDGE RD 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #19 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:15 am 33 ELM DR 8:20 am 9 PARK LN 8:22 am GREENBRIAR LN & SOUTHBROOK LN 8:24 am 24 PARK LN 8:26 am CEDAR HILL RD & MEGANS CIR 8:27 am 57/50 A CEDAR HILL RD 8:27 am CEDAR HILL RD & BARI DR 8:28 am CEDAR HILL RD & PEBBLE RD 8:28 am 13 PEBBLE RD 8:29 am PEBBLE RD & OLD STREAM RD U-TURN 8:32 am 44 CEDAR HILL RD 8:32 am 40 CEDAR HILL RD 8:33 am 34/32 CEDAR HILL RD 8:33 am 28/26 CEDAR HILL RD 8:35 am 8 CEDAR HILL RD 8:36 am 35 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 8:37 am 42/44 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 8:37 am APPLEBLOSSOM LN & DOGWOOD TER 8:38 am 26 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 8:38 am 18 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 8:39 am 13 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #20 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:20 am 312 S MAIN ST 8:26 am 7 BLUE SPRUCE DR 8:26 am BLUE SPRUCE DR & BEAR HILLS RD 8:27 am 30 BEARS HILLS RD 8:28 am BEAR HILLS RD & LANTERN DR 8:28 am 9 BAYBERRY LN 8:29 am 14 PASTORS WALK 8:33 am 44 WINTON FARM RD 8:34 am WINTON FARM & SHORT HILL RD 8:35 am 14 WINTON FARM 8:35 am 6 WINTON FARM RD 8:35 am PINE TREE HILL RD & WINTON FARM RD 8:36 am PINE TREE HILL RD & JACOBS LN 8:37 am 39 PINE TREE HILL RD 8:38 am 14 PINE TREE HILL 8:39 am MEADOW BROOK & LAZY BROOK U-TURN 8:40 am 29 MEADOW BROOK RD 8:41 am 12 MEADOW BROOK RD 8:43 am WASHBROOK RD & KAY LN 8:43 am 9 KAY LN 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #23 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:15 am 70 SOUTH MAIN STREET 8:16 am 64 ELM DR 8:16 am ELM DR & BONNIE BRAE DR 8:17 am BRUSHY HILL RD & DEEP BROOK RD 8:18 am 30/32 BRUSHY HILL RD. 8:18 am 40 BRUSHY HILL RD. 8:18 am BRUSHY HILL RD & BONNIE BRAE DR 8:19 am 46 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:19 am BRUSHY HILL RD & JOHN BEACH RD 8:21 am 77 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:22 am 104 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:22 am JOHN BEACH RD & WINDING BROOK RD 8:23 am 15 JOHN BEACH RD. 8:27 am 91 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:28 am BRUSHY HILL RD & GOLDEN POND RD 8:28 am 103 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:30 am 152 BRUSHY HILL RD
The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 8:31 am 133 BRUSHY HILL RD. 8:31 am 35 PLATTS HILL RD. 8:32 am PLATTS HILL & ARLYN RIDGE RD 8:33 am 21 PLATTS HILL 8:35 am ORCHARD HILL RD & MONITOR HILL RD 8:35 am ORCHARD HILL RD & BRIDLE PATH TRL 8:36 am 38 ORCHARD HILL RD 8:36 am 28 ORCHARD HILL RD 8:40 am 38 HUNTINGTOWN 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #24 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:15 am 35 BUTTON SHOP RD 8:19 am 107 TODDY HILL RD 8:19 am 1/3/4 CLEARVIEW DR 8:20 am 9/13 CLEARVIEW DR 8:20 am 20/22 CLEARVIEW 8:22 am 112 TODDY HILL RD 8:24 am KAECHELE DR & TURKEY ROOST RD 8:24 am 15 TURKEY ROOST RD 8:26 am 8 SETTLERS LN 8:26 am 11 SETTLERS LN 8:26 am 21 SETTLERS LN 8:28 am SETTLERS LN & SURREY TRL 8:29 am 126 TODDY HILL RD 8:29 am 10 MARLIN RD 8:30 am 16 MARLIN RD 8:30 am 23 MARLIN RD 8:30 am 28 MARLIN RD 8:31 am 35/36/38 MARLIN RD 8:31 am 42 MARLIN RD 8:32 am 46/48 MARLIN RD 8:32 am 50/52 MARLIN RD 8:34 am MARLIN RD & HOSEYE COACH RD 8:35 am 87 MARLIN RD 8:35 am MARLIN RD & BUCK TRL 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #27 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:15 am 193 HATTERTOWN RD 8:16 am 175 HATTERTOWN RD 8:17 am 2 EDEN HILL RD 8:20 am 39 OAK RIDGE DR 8:20 am OAK RIDGE DR & VONAS WAY 8:22 am 13 OAK RIDGE RD 8:25 am 41 EDEN HILL 8:26 am EDEN HILL RD & SPLIT ROCK RD 8:27 am 76 EDEN HILL RD 8:28 am EDEN HILL & TOWNS END RD U-TURN 8:29 am 57 EDEN HILL RD 8:31 am 36/34 HI BARLOW RD 8:31 am 26 HI BARLOW RD 8:31 am 23 HI BARLOW RD 8:33 am 93 CASTLE MEADOW RD 8:33 am JET BROOK RD & JET BROOK RD 8:33 am 77 CASTLE MEADOW 8:35 am 43 CASTLE MEADOW RD 8:35 am 45 CASTLE MEADOW RD 8:36 am 33/35 CASTLE MEADOW 8:36 am CASTLE MEADOW RD & MALTBIE RD 8:36 am CASTLE MEADOW RD & DAVES LN 8:37 am 6 CASTLE MEADOW RD 8:39 am 138 HUNTINGTOWN RD 8:40 am HUNTINGTOWN RD & OLD TOWN RD 8:40 am 117 HUNTINGTOWN RD 8:40 am 113 HUNTINGTOWN RD 8:42 am 82 HUNTINGTOWN RD 8:44 am 40 COLD SPRING RD. 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #28 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:15 am BRUSHY HILL RD & SILVER BROOK LN 8:16 am 198 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:17 am 178 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:17 am 174 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:18 am 151 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:18 am 141 BRUSHY HILL RD 8:20 am 52 PLATTS HILL RD 8:20 am PLATTS HILL RD & WHITE OAK FARM RD 8:21 am 6 HUNDRED ACRES RD. 8:22 am HUNDRED ACRES RD & W FARM RIDGE RD 8:22 am 23 HUNDRED ACRES RD 8:23 am 24/25 HUNDRED ACRES RD 8:23 am 35 HUNDRED ACRES RD 8:24 am HUNDRED ACRES RD & DUG RD 8:24 am 32 HUNDRED ACRES RD 8:26 am 5/7 PHYLLIS LN 8:29 am 140 HATTERTOWN RD. 8:29 am 148 HATTERTOWN RD. 8:30 am HATTERTOWN RD & SADDLE RIDGE RD 8:31 am 61 HUNDRED ACRES RD 8:32 am 7 AUNT PARK LN 8:33 am 22/24 AUNT PARK LN 8:33 am 27 AUNT PARK LN 8:33 am 39 AUNT PARK LN 8:34 am 69 AUNT PARK LN 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #43 AM MIDDLE GATE & REED 8:20 am SOUTH MAIN ST & BRYAN LN 8:25 am LITTLE BROOK LN & HEMLOCK RD U-TURN 8:27 am 14 LITTLE BROOK LN 8:28 am 43A BOTSFORD HILL RD. 8:30 am 27 BOTSFORD HILL RD
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 8:31 am 12 BOTSFORD RD 8:31 am BOTSFORD HILL RD & DUSTY LN 8:32 am 5 BOTSFORD HILL RD 8:33 am 2 ABBEY LN 8:33 am ABBEY LN CUL DE SAC U-TURN 8:35 am 348 SOUTH MAIN STREET 8:36 am 9 SWAMP RD 8:36 am 15 SWAMP RD. 8:37 am 41 SWAMP RD 8:43 am 301 SOUTH MAIN STREET 8:45 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8:59 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Bus #54 AM MIDDE GATE ONLY 8:28 am 140 HATTERTOWN RD 8:33 am 246 HATTERTOWN RD 8:35 am FERN LN & PINE TREE RD 8:36 am 10 FERN LN 8:36 am 3 SYCAMORE DR 8:40 am 174 HUNTINGTOWN RD 8:55 am MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
REED AND MIDDLE GATE AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES Bus #06 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:57 pm 32 BOTSFORD HILL RD 4:01 pm 103 TODDY HILL RD 4:02 pm 87 TODDY HILL RD 4:03 pm 16 STILL HILL RD 4:04 pm 26 STILL HILL RD 4:05 pm SHERMAN ST & STILL HILL RD 4:07 pm 21 SUGARLOAF RD 4:08 pm 5 SUGARLOAF RD 4:09 pm TODDY HILL RD & SUGARLOAF RD 4:09 pm 6 QUARRY RIDGE RD 4:09 pm 12 QUARRY RIDGE RD 4:10 pm QUARRY RIDGE CUL DE SAC U-TURN 4:12 pm 15 TODDY HILL RD 4:13 pm 1 TODDY HILL RD 4:15 pm 5 JOHNNY APPLESEED DR 4:15 pm 13/14 JOHNNY APPLESEED DR 4:17 pm TODDY HILL RD & MEADOW WOODS LN 4:18 pm 46 TODDY HILL RD 4:18 pm 45 TODDY HILL RD 4:18 pm TODDY HILL RD & VINING RD 4:19 pm TODDY HILL RD & LONGVIEW RD 4:19 pm 63 TODDY HILL RD 4:19 pm 64 TODDY HILL RD 4:20 pm TODDY HILL RD & DEERFIELD DR 4:20 pm TODDY HILL RD & PILGRIM LN 4:21 pm 82 TODDY HILL RD
Bus #19 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4:02 pm 9 PARK LN 4:03 pm GREENBRIAR LN & SOUTHBROOK LN 4:05 pm 24 PARK LN 4:06 pm CEDAR HILL RD & MEGANS CIR 4:07 pm 57/50 CEDAR HILL RD 4:07 pm CEDAR HILL RD & BARI DR
Bus #07 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:58 pm 6 ORCHARD HILL RD 3:58 pm 16 ORCHARD HILL RD 4:00 pm 18 WILLS RD 4:00 pm 12 WILLS RD 4:01 pm 170 SOUTH MAIN STREET 4:02 pm 57 PECKS LN 4:05 pm 30 TURKEY HILL RD 4:05 pm TURKEY HILL RD & RIVER RUN RD 4:05 pm TURKEY HILL & MOUNTAIN VIEW U-TURN 4:06 pm 37 TURKEY HILL CINDI’S DAYCARE 4:08 pm 77 MILE HILL SOUTH 4:09 pm 65 MILE HILL SOUTH 4:09 pm 51 MILE HILL SOUTH RD 4:10 pm 47 MILE HILL SOUTH RD 4:11 pm 20 NUNNAWAUK RD 4:12 pm 2 HITFIELD RD 4:12 pm HITFIELD RD & BLACK WALNUT DR 4:13 pm 1 CAROL ANN DR 4:16 pm MILE HILL RD S & TIMBER LN 4:17 pm 14 MILE HILL RD S 4:20 pm 70 SOUTH MAIN STREET 4:22 pm 33 ELM DR Bus #18 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:56 pm BOTSFORD HILL RD & STUART DR
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3:56 pm 12 BOTSFORD RD 3:57 pm 20 BOTSFORD HILL RD. 3:59 pm 89 NEW LEBBON RD 4:00 pm 78 NEW LEBBON RD 4:00 pm 74 NEW LEBBON RD. 4:01 pm 54/52 NEW LEBBON RD 4:03 pm 48 NEW LEBBON RD 4:03 pm NEW LEBBON RD & ASPEN LN 4:03 pm 23 NEW LEBBON RD 4:04 pm 13 NEW LEBBON RD. 4:05 pm 12 NEW LEBBON RD 4:07 pm 11 GRAYS PLAIN RD 4:07 pm 1 GRAYS PLAIN RD 4:11 pm 37 HIGH ROCK RD 4:12 pm 43 HIGH ROCK RD 4:12 pm 47 HIGH ROCK RD 4:13 pm HIGH ROCK RD & KELLY CT 4:14 pm 75 HIGH ROCK RD 4:15 pm 115 HIGH ROCK RD 4:16 pm 119 HIGH ROCK RD 4:16 pm 123 HIGH ROCK RD 4:20 pm HAMMERTOWN RD & ROW LEDGE POND RD 4:21 pm HAMMERTOWN RD & AVALON WAY 4:22 pm HIGH BRIDGE RD & VALLEY RIDGE RD
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4:08 pm PEBBLE RD & OLD GATE LN 4:08 pm 13 PEBBLE RD 4:09 pm PEBBLE RD & OLD STREAM RD U-TURN 4:10 pm 44 CEDAR HILL RD 4:10 pm 34/32 CEDAR HILL RD 4:10 pm 28/26 CEDAR HILL RD 4:12 pm 8 CEDAR HILL RD 4:13 pm 35 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 4:13 pm 42 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 4:13 pm APPLEBLOSSOM LN & DOGWOOD TER 4:14 pm 26 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 4:14 pm 18 APPLEBLOSSOM LN 4:15 pm 13 APPLEBLOSSOM LN
4:06 pm 175 HATTERTOWN RD 4:07 pm 2 EDEN HILL RD 4:10 pm 39 OAK RIDGE DR 4:10 pm OAK RIDGE DR & VONAS WAY 4:12 pm 13 OAK RIDGE RD 4:14 pm 41 EDEN HILL 4:15 pm EDEN HILL RD & SPLIT ROCK RD 4:16 pm 76 EDEN HILL RD 4:17 pm EDEN HILL & TOWNS END RD U-TURN 4:18 pm 57 EDEN HILL RD 4:20 pm 36/34 HI BARLOW RD 4:20 pm 26 HI BARLOW RD 4:20 pm 23 HI BARLOW RD
Bus #20 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:55 pm 9 KAY LN 3:55 pm WASHBROOK RD & KAY LN 3:57 pm 312 S. MAIN ST APT 2 3:57 pm 7 BLUE SPRUCE DR 3:58 pm BLUE SPRUCE DR & BEAR HILLS RD 3:59 pm 30 BEARS HILLS RD 4:00 pm BEAR HILLS RD & LANTERN DR 4:00 pm 9 BAYBERRY LN 4:01 pm 14 PASTORS WALK 4:07 pm 44 WINTON FARM RD 4:07 pm WINTON FARM & SHORT HILL RD 4:08 pm 14 WINTON FARM 4:09 pm 6 WINTON FARM RD 4:10 pm PINE TREE HILL RD & JACOBS LN 4:10 pm 39 PINE TREE HILL RD 4:12 pm 14 PINE TREE HILL 4:13 pm MEADOW BROOK & LAZY BROOK U-TURN 4:14 pm 29 MEADOW BROOK RD 4:15 pm 12 MEADOW BROOK RD
Bus #28 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4:00 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & SILVER BROOK 4:00 pm 198 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:02 pm 178 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:02 pm 174 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:02 pm 151 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:03 pm 141 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:04 pm 52 PLATTS HILL RD 4:04 pm PLATTS HILL RD & WHITE OAK FARM RD 4:06 pm 6 HUNDRED ACRES RD. 4:06 pm HUNDRED ACRES RD & W FARM RIDGE RD 4:07 pm 23 HUNDRED ACRES RD 4:07 pm 24 HUNDRED ACRES RD 4:08 pm 35 HUNDRED ACRES RD 4:08 pm HUNDRED ACRES RD & DUG RD 4:09 pm 32 HUNDRED ACRES RD 4:11 pm 5/7 PHYLLIS LN 4:13 pm 140 HATTERTOWN RD. 4:14 pm 148 HATTERTOWN RD. 4:14 pm HATTERTOWN RD & SADDLE RIDGE RD 4:16 pm 61 HUNDRED ACRES RD 4:16 pm 7 AUNT PARK LN 4:17 pm 22/24 AUNT PARK LN 4:17 pm 27 AUNT PARK LN 4:18 pm 39 AUNT PARK LN 4:19 pm 69 AUNT PARK LN
Bus #23 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:57 pm 38 HUNTINGTOWN 4:00 pm ORCHARD HILL RD & SHAMROCK LN 4:01 pm 38 ORCHARD HILL RD 4:01 pm ORCHARD HILL RD & BRIDLE PATH TRL 4:02 pm ORCHARD HILL RD & MONITOR HILL RD 4:04 pm 21 PLATTS HILL 4:05 pm PLATTS HILL & ARLYN RIDGE RD 4:05 pm 35 PLATTS HILL RD. 4:06 pm 133 BRUSHY HILL RD. 4:06 pm 152 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:08 pm 103 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:09 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & GOLDEN POND RD 4:09 pm 91 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:10 pm 104 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:10 pm 77 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:12 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & JOHN BEACH RD 4:13 pm 15 JOHN BEACH RD. 4:14 pm JOHN BEACH RD & WINDING BROOK RD 4:18 pm 46 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:18 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & BONNIE BRAE DR 4:18 pm 40 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:19 pm 30/32 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:20 pm 12 BRUSHY HILL RD 4:20 pm BONNIE BRAE DR & ELM DR 4:21 pm 64 ELM DR Bus #24 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:55 pm 35 BUTTON SHOP RD 3:59 pm 15 TURKEY ROOST RD 4:00 pm 18 TURKEY ROOST RD 4:04 pm 20/22 CLEARVIEW DR 4:04 pm 9/13 CLEARVIEW DR 4:04 pm 1/2/3 CLEARVIEW DR 4:06 pm 112 TODDY HILL RD 4:06 pm 7 SETTLERS LN 4:07 pm 11 SETTLERS LN 4:07 pm 15 SETTLERS LN 4:07 pm 19/21 SETTLERS LN 4:08 pm SETTLERS LN & SURREY TRL 4:09 pm 126 TODDY HILL RD 4:10 pm 10 MARLIN RD 4:10 pm 16 MARLIN RD 4:10 pm 23 MARLIN RD 4:11 pm 26 MARLIN RD 4:11 pm 28 MARLIN RD 4:12 pm 36/38 MARLIN RD 4:12 pm 35 MARLIN RD 4:12 pm 42 MARLIN RD 4:12 pm 48/50 MARLIN RD 4:13 pm 52 MARLIN RD. 4:15 pm MARLIN RD & HOSEYE COACH RD 4:16 pm MARLIN RD & BUCK TRL 4:16 pm 87 MARLIN RD Bus #27 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:54 pm 40 COLD SPRING RD. 3:56 pm 82 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:57 pm 113 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:58 pm 117 HUNTINGTOWN RD 3:59 pm 138 HUNTINGTOWN RD 4:00 pm 6 CASTLE MEADOW RD 4:01 pm CASTLE MEADOW RD & DAVES LN 4:01 pm CASTLE MEADOW RD & MALTBIE RD 4:02 pm 33/35 CASTLE MEADOW 4:02 pm 45 CASTLE MEADOW RD 4:02 pm 43 CASTLE MEADOW RD 4:04 pm 77 CASTLE MEADOW 4:04 pm JET BROOK RD & JET BROOK RD
Bus #43 PM REED & MIDDLE GATE 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:54 pm 274 S MAIN ST LEARNING EXPERIENCE 3:56 pm LITTLE BROOK & HEMLOCK RD U-TURN 3:58 pm 14 LITTLE BROOK LN 3:59 pm 43A BOTSFORD HILL RD 4:00 pm 27 BOTSFORD HILL RD 4:01 pm BOTSFORD HILL RD & STUART DR 4:01 pm 5 BOTSFORD HILL RD 4:02 pm 2 ABBEY LN 4:03 pm ABBEY LN CUL DE SAC U-TURN 4:04 pm 348 SOUTH MAIN STREET 4:04 pm 7/8 SWAMP RD 4:05 pm 15 SWAMP RD. 4:06 pm 41 SWAMP RD 4:12 pm SOUTH MAIN ST & BRYAN LN Bus #54 PM MIDDLE GATE ONLY 3:51 pm MIDDLE GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:58 pm 174 HUNTINGTOWN RD 4:01 pm 3 SYCAMORE DR 4:02 pm 10 FERN LN 4:02 pm 13 FERN LN 4:04 pm 246 HATTERTOWN 4:08 pm 140 HATTERTOWN RD
Sandy Hook Elementary School And Reed Intermediate School Bus Routes 2017-18 Pick up and drop off times are computer generated; therefore you must allow a 5- to 10-minute variation to published times. Pick up and drop off times and stop locations are subject to change due to changing enrollment and traffic conditions. Students are to wait back 10 feet from the curb and must wait for the school bus to come to a complete stop before moving toward the bus. Students that cross the road must look both ways for traffic and must wait for the driver’s signal (head nod) before crossing the road. Morning routes are listed first, and the afternoon routes follow.
Reed And Sandy Hook School Morning Bus Routes Bus #1 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:20 am CHESTNUT HILL RD & CHESTNUT KNOLL DR 8:20 am 28/29 CHESTNUT HILL RD 8:20 am 32 CHESTNUT HILL RD 8:22 am 4 BRADLEY LN 8:22 am BRADLEY LN & COUNTRY SQUIRE LN 8:23 am 12 NUTMEG LANE 8:24 am NUTMEG LN & HONEY LN U-TURN 8:25 am 1/13 BRADLEY LN 8:27 am SERENITY LN & INDIAN HILL LN 8:27 am SERENITY LN & LYRICAL LN 8:28 am 30 BRADLEY LN 8:29 am 40 BRADLEY LN 8:29 am 43 BRADLEY LN 8:29 am BRADLEY LN & GRACE MOORE RD 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (RIS) 8:57 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SHS) Bus #02 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:10 am 38 BERKSHIRE RD 8:12 am BERKSHIRE RD & FIR TREE LN 8:12 am 68 BERKSHIRE RD 8:14 am 100 BERKSHIRE RD 8:14 am 106 BERKSHIRE RD 8:19 am OSBORNE HILL RD & OSBORNE HILL RD EXT 8:20 am 3 KALE DAVIS RD 8:20 am KALE DAVIS RD & LEOPARD DR U-TURN
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 8:21 am 41 OSBORNE HILL ROAD 8:22 am 51 OSBORN HILL ROAD 8:22 am 58 OSBORNE HILL RD 8:22 am 66 OSBORN HILL RD 8:23 am OSBORNE HILL RD & CRABAPPLE LN 8:24 am 17 CRABAPPLE LANE 8:24 am 18 MOUNTAIN LAUREL LN 8:25 am 16/21 PAUGUESSETT RD 8:26 am 4/6 CROWN VIEW DR 8:27 am 30/32 PAUGUSSETT ROAD 8:28 am PAUGUSSETT & FOREST VIEW DR U TURN 8:29 am PAUGUSSETT RD & CROWN HILL DR 8:29 am 27 PAUGUSSETT RD 8:30 am 8 PAUGUSSETT ROAD 8:33 am 151 BERKSHIRE ROAD 8:37 am 87A BERKSHIRE RD 8:37 am 83 BERKSHIRE RD. 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (RIS) 8:50 am 25 BERKSHIRE RD 8:57 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SHS) Bus #03 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:15 am 60 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 8:16 am 54 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 8:17 am 46 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 8:17 am 44 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 8:18 am 25 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 8:19 am 21 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 8:19 am BENNETTS BRIDGE RD & BECKET VILLAGE 8:21 am YOGANANDA ST & SILO RD 8:21 am SILO RD & CHARTER RIDGE DR 8:21 am CHARTER RIDGE DR & CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD 8:22 am 5 CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD 8:23 am CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD & CANTERBURY LN 8:24 am CANTERBURY LN & CHARTER RIDGE DR 8:24 am 29 CHARTER RIDGE DR 8:24 am 32 CHARTER RIDGE DR 8:25 am 37 CHARTER RIDGE DR 8:25 am 42 CHARTER RIDGE DR 8:26 am 48 CHARTER RIDGE DR 8:27 am 32 YOGANANDA 8:27 am YOGANANDA ST & BRESSON FARM RD 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (RIS) 8:50 am 7 BERKSHIRE RD LITTLE EXPLORERS 8:57 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SHS) Bus #04 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:20 am 61 PHILO CURTIS RD 8:21 am 24 PHILO CURTIS RD. 8:24 am 20 JEREMIAH RD 8:24 am BRISTLE LN & JEREMIAH RD 8:25 am JEREMIAH & BRANDYWINE LN 8:26 am JEREMIAH RD & FOX HOLLOW LN 8:27 am 3 COBBLER’S MILL ROAD 8:27 am 7/9 COBBLERS MILL RD AT 2ND DRIVEWAY 8:29 am COBBLERS MILL RD & FAR HORIZON DR 8:29 am COBBLERS MILL & MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 8:31 am 35 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 8:31 am 29/26 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 8:32 am 16 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 8:32 am 9/8 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 8:33 am JEREMIAH RD & SWEETBRIAR LN 8:34 am 56 JEREMIAH ROAD 8:34 am JEREMIAH RD & STONE GATE DR 8:34 am 46 JEREMIAH RD 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (RIS) 8:56 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SHS) Bus # 05 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:18 am RIVERSIDE RD & SUNNYVIEW TER 8:18 am 19 RIVERSIDE ROAD 8:18 am 23/25 RIVERSIDE RD 8:19 am 31 RIVERSIDE ROAD 8:19 am 34 RIVERSIDE RD 8:19 am 39/44 RIVERSIDE RD 8:20 am 52 RIVERSIDE RD 8:20 am 49 RIVERSIDE RD 8:21 am 68/63 RIVERSIDE RD 8:21 am RIVERSIDE RD & CHIMNEY SWIFT DR 8:22 am 4 JO MAR DRIVE 8:22 am JO MAR DR & JO MAR DR U-TURN 8:23 am RIVERSIDE RD & TIMBERMILL RD 8:26 am RIVERSIDE RD & ALPINE DR 8:28 am CENTER ST & UNDERHILL RD U-TURN 8:28 am RIVERSIDE RD & LAUREL TRL 8:31 am BANCROFT RD AT THE CIRCLE 8:31 am ALPINE DR & POPLAR DR 8:32 am WATCH HILL DR & IRONWOOD RD U-TURN 8:32 am WATCH HILL DR& ALPINE DR 8:36 am 50 POLE BRIDGE RD 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 8:57 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bus #21 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:15 am 14 NARRAGANSETT TRL 8:16 am 29 NARRAGANSETT TRL 8:16 am NARRAGANSETT TRL & POOTATUCK TRL 8:16 am NARRAGANSETT TRL & MOCCASIN TRL 8:17 am NARRAGANSETT TRL & CRICKET TRL 8:17 am 47 FARVIEW DRIVE 8:18 am FARVIEW DR & BROOKBRIDGE DR 8:19 am 9 POOTATUCK PARK RD 8:21 am 1 PINE ST 8:22 am 7 PINE ST 8:22 am 11 PINE ST 8:23 am 45 BUTTONBALL DR 8:24 am 35 BUTTONBALL DR 8:24 am BEECHWOOD DR & FLEETWOOD DR
8:25 am 18/21 BEECHWOOD DR 8:25 am 27 BEECHWOOD DR 8:26 am 37 BEECHWOOD DR 8:27 am 26 BUTTONBALL (DRIVEWAY ON MAPLE DR) 8:27 am MAPLE DR & HICKORY LN 8:27 am 11 MAPLE DR 8:28 am 18 PINE ST 8:29 am CHERRY ST & MIYA LN 8:29 am 25 CHERRY ST 8:30 am CHERRY ST & BLACK CHERRY LN 8:30 am 15 CHERRY ST 8:30 am 9 CHERRY ST DAYCARE 8:31 am CHERRY HEIGHTS TER & CHERRY ST 8:31 am 6/4 CHERRY STREET 8:38 am 13/11 OAKVIEW RD 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 8:57 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bus #30 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:15 am 49 QUEEN ST (MERRYHILL CHILD CARE) 8:24 am 11 ROSE LN 8:24 am 23 ROSE LN 8:26 am FAWNWOOD RD & OWL RIDGE LN 8:28 am 11 LONE OAK MEADOWS 8:29 am 12 SKIDMORE LN 8:30 am SKIDMORE LN & ALDER LN 8:31 am 8 ALDER LN 8:31 am ALDER LN & MISTY VALE RD 8:32 am 2 MISTY VALE RD 8:33 am PHILO CURTIS RD & BISHOP CIRCLE 8:33 am PHILO CURTIS RD & ELANA LN 8:34 am PHILO CURTIS RD & QUAIL HOLLOW LN 8:36 am 36 PEARL ST 8:37 am PEARL ST & CHARLIES CIR 8:37 am 20/22 PEARL ST 8:37 am PEARL ST & TILSON LN 8:38 am 10 PEARL ST 8:38 am 4 PEARL ST 8:40 am 7 WASHINGTON AVE 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 8:57 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bus #32 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:10 am BERKSHIRE RD & TANGLEWOOD LN 8:10 am 186 BERKSHIRE RD
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44 - Back To School 2017 8:11 am BERKSHIRE RD & THUNDER RIDGE RD 8:16 am GREAT QUARTER RD & OLD BRIDGE RD 8:16 am 30/40 GREAT QUARTER RD 8:16 am GREAT QUARTER RD & LOVELAND DR 8:18 am 72 GREAT QUARTER RD 8:20 am END OF GREAT QUARTER RD U-TURN 8:27 am 275 BERKSHIRE RD 8:27 am BERKSHIRE RD & STONE BRIDGE TRL 8:27 am 267 BERKSHIRE RD 8:28 am 263/261 BERKSHIRE RD 8:28 am 12/14 NIGHTHAWK LN 8:29 am NIGHTHAWK CUL DE SAC U-TURN 8:30 am BERKSHIRE RD & CHECKERBERRY LN 8:31 am BERKSHIRE RD & LIBERTY DR 8:31 am 217 BERKSHIRE RD 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 8:56 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bus #33 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:20 am 18 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 8:22 am 55/57 CHARTER RIDGE RD 8:23 am 56 CHARTER RIDGE DR 8:23 am CHARTER RIDGE DR & CIDER MILL RD 8:23 am 66 CHARTER RIDGE RD 8:25 am ORANGE PIPPIN RD & RUSSETT RD 8:25 am RUSSETT RD & ROCKY WOOD DR 8:26 am RUSSETT RD & WINESAP DR 8:27 am RUSSETT RD & GELDING HILL RD 8:28 am GELDING HILL RD & ORANGE PIPPIN RD 8:28 am 28/24 GELDING HILL 8:29 am 16 GELDING HILL RD 8:29 am 10/5 GELDING HILL RD 8:30 am 2 GELDING HILL 8:31 am 5/7 FOUNDER’S LANE 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 8:57 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bus #34 AM SANDY HOOK & REED 8:20 am GREAT RING RD & HARVEST COMMON RD 8:21 am GREAT RING RD & ERIN LN 8:21 am GREAT RING RD & FARMERY RD 8:22 am GREAT RING RD & CAMELOT CREST 8:22 am 39 GREAT RING RD 8:23 am 57 GREAT RING RD 8:24 am 63 GREAT RING RD 8:24 am 60 GREAT RING RD 8:25 am 64 GREAT RING RD 8:25 am GREAT RING RD & GREAT RING EXT 8:26 am 86A/91 GREAT RING RD 8:29 am 15/17 SAND HILL RD 8:30 am 20 SAND HILL RD 8:31 am SAND HILL RD & GREAT RING RD U-TURN 8:39 am 11/13 OAKVIEW RD 8:39 am 19 OAKVIEW RD 8:43 am CAC DAYCARE 8:43 am 13 RIVERSIDE ROAD 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 8:56 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Bus #49 AM SANDY HOOK ONLY 8:34 am LAKEVIEW TER & SPRING TRL U-TURN 8:37 am 75 BENNETTS BRIDGE 8:38 am 9 STONE GATE 8:45 am REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 8:57 am SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
REED AND SANDY HOOK SCHOOL AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES Bus #01 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4:06 pm CHESTNUT HILL RD & CHESTNUT KNOLL DR 4:06 pm 28/29 CHESTNUT HILL RD 4:07 pm 32 CHESTNUT HILL RD 4:08 pm 1 BRADLEY LN (272 BERKSHIRE RD) 4:08 pm 4 BRADLEY LN 4:09 pm BRADLEY LN & COUNTRY SQUIRE LN 4:09 pm 12 NUTMEG LN 4:10 pm NUTMEG LN & HONEY LN U-TURN 4:12 pm 13 BRADLEY LN 4:13 pm SERENITY LN & INDIAN HILL LN 4:14 pm LYRICAL LN & SERENITY LN 4:14 pm BRADLEY LN & LYRICAL LN 4:15 pm 30 BRADLEY LN 4:15 pm 38 BRADLEY LN 4:16 pm 43 BRADLEY LN 4:16 pm BRADLEY LN & GRACE MOORE RD 4:19 pm 86A/91 GREAT RING RD 4:19 pm 90 GREAT RING RD Bus #02 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:58 pm 38 BERKSHIRE RD 3:59 pm BERKSHIRE RD & FIR TREE LN 3:59 pm 68 BERKSHIRE RD 4:01 pm 100 BERKSHIRE RD 4:02 pm 106 BERKSHIRE RD 4:07 pm OSBORNE HILL RD & OSBORNE HILL RD EXT 4:07 pm 3 KALE DAVIS RD 4:08 pm KALE DAVIS RD & LEOPARD DR U-TURN 4:09 pm 41 OSBORNE HILL ROAD 4:09 pm 51 OSBORN HILL ROAD 4:09 pm 58 OSBORNE HILL RD 4:10 pm 66 OSBORN HILL RD 4:11 pm OSBORNE HILL RD & CRABAPPLE LN 4:11 pm 17 CRABAPPLE LN 4:12 pm CRABAPPLE LN & MOUNTAIN LAUREL LN
The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 4:12 pm 18 MOUNTAIN LAUREL LN 4:13 pm 16/21 PAUGUESSETT RD 4:14 pm 1 CROWN VIEW DR 4:14 pm 6/4 CROWN VIEW DR 4:15 pm 30/32 PAUGUSSETT ROAD 4:15 pm PAUGUSSETT & FOREST VIEW DR U-TURN 4:16 pm PAUGUSSETT RD & CROWN HILL DR 4:17 pm 27 PAUGUSSETT RD 4:17 pm 8 PAUGUSSETT RD 4:20 pm 151 BERKSHIRE RD 4:24 pm 87A BERKSHIRE RD Bus #03 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4:03 pm 18 BENNETTS BRIDGE/BECKET VILLAGE 4:04 pm 21 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 4:04 pm 25 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 4:05 pm 5/7 FOUNDER’S LN 4:07 pm SILO RD & YOGANANDA ST 4:07 pm CHARTER RIDGE DR & SILO RD 4:08 pm CHARTER RIDGE DR & CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD 4:08 pm 5 CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD 4:09 pm CANTERBURY LN & CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD 4:10 pm CANTERBURY LN & CHARTER RIDGE DR 4:10 pm 29 CHARTER RIDGE DR 4:11 pm 32 CHARTER RIDGE DR 4:11 pm 42 CHARTER RIDGE DR 4:12 pm 48 CHARTER RIDGE DR 4:13 pm 30 YOGANANDA ST 4:14 pm BRESSON FARM RD & YOGANANDA ST 4:16 pm 44 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 4:16 pm 46 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 4:18 pm 54 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD 4:18 pm 60 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD Bus #04 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:54 pm 61 PHILO CURTIS RD 3:56 pm 24 PHILO CURTIS RD 4:00 pm 20 JEREMIAH RD 4:00 pm BRISTLE LN & JEREMIAH RD 4:01 pm JEREMIAH & BRANDYWINE LN 4:02 pm JEREMIAH RD & FOX HOLLOW LN 4:03 pm 3 COBBLER’S MILL RD 4:04 pm 7/9 COBBLERS MILL RD AT 2ND DRIVEWAY 4:06 pm COBBLERS MILL RD & FAR HORIZON DR 4:06 pm COBBLERS MILL & MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 4:08 pm 35 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 4:09 pm 29/26 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 4:09 pm 16 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 4:09 pm 9/8 MOUNTAIN MANOR RD 4:11 pm JEREMIAH RD & SWEETBRIAR LN 4:12 pm 56 JEREMIAH RD 4:12 pm JEREMIAH RD & STONE GATE DR 4:13 pm 46 JEREMIAH RD Bus #05 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:37 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:52 pm 15 RIVERSIDE RD 3:52 pm RIVERSIDE RD & SUNNYVIEW TER 3:52 pm 19 RIVERSIDE RD 3:53 pm 25 RIVERSIDE RD 3:53 pm 34 RIVERSIDE RD 3:54 pm 44 RIVERSIDE RD 3:54 pm 39 RIVERSIDE RD 3:54 pm 52A RIVERSIDE RD 3:54 pm 49 RIVERSIDE RD 3:55 pm 68/63 RIVERSIDE RD 3:56 pm CHIMNEY SWIFT DR & RIVERSIDE RD 3:56 pm 4 JO MAR DRIVE 3:57 pm JO MAR DR & JO MAR DR 3:59 pm RIVERSIDE RD & TIMBERMILL RD 4:00 pm 94 RIVERSIDE RD 4:02 pm RIVERSIDE RD & ALPINE DR 4:04 pm CENTER ST & UNDERHILL RD U-TURN 4:04 pm RIVERSIDE RD & LAUREL TRL 4:07 pm BANCROFT RD AT THE CIRCLE 4:07 pm ALPINE DR & POPLAR DR 4:07 pm ALPINE DR & LONGVIEW TER 4:08 pm WATCH HILL DR & IRONWOOD RD U-TURN 4:08 pm WATCH HILL DR & ALPINE DR 4:12 pm 50 POLE BRIDGE RD Bus #21 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:58 pm 3 NARRAGANSETT TRL 3:59 pm 14 NARRAGANSETT TRL 4:00 pm 22 NARRAGANSETT TRL 4:01 pm 29 NARRAGANSETT TRL 4:05 pm NARRAGANSETT TRL & POOTATUCK TRL 4:05 pm NARRAGANSETT TRL & MOCCASIN TRL 4:06 pm NARRAGANSETT TRL & CRICKET TRL 4:09 pm 47 FARVIEW DR 4:10 pm FARVIEW DR & BROOKBRIDGE DR 4:11 pm 9 POOTATUCK PARK RD 4:11 pm 1 PINE ST 4:11 pm 7 PINE ST 4:11 pm 11 PINE ST 4:12 pm 45 BUTTONBALL DR 4:13 pm 35 BUTTONBALL DR 4:13 pm BEECHWOOD DR & FLEETWOOD DR 4:14 pm 18/ 21 BEECHWOOD DR 4:15 pm 37 BEECHWOOD DR 4:16 pm 26 BUTTONBALL DR 4:16 pm MAPLE DR & HICKORY LN 4:16 pm 11 MAPLE DR
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The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 4:17 pm 18 PINE ST 4:18 pm CHERRY ST & MIYA LN 4:18 pm 25 CHERRY ST 4:19 pm CHERRY ST & BLACK CHERRY LN 4:19 pm 15 CHERRY ST 4:20 pm 14/9 CHERRY ST DAY CARE 4:20 pm CHERRY HEIGHTS TER & CHERRY ST 4:20 pm 6/4 CHERRY STREET
4:20 pm BERKSHIRE RD & CHECKERBERRY LN 4:21 pm BERKSHIRE RD & LIBERTY DR 4:22 pm 217 BERKSHIRE RD Bus #33 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK SCHOOL 4:05 pm 55/57 CHARTER RIDGE RD 4:06 pm 56 CHARTER RIDGE DR 4:06 pm CHARTER RIDGE DR & CIDER MILL RD 4:06 pm 66 CHARTER RIDGE RD 4:08 pm RUSSETT RD & ORANGE PIPPIN 4:09 pm RUSSETT RD & ROCKY WOOD DR 4:10 pm RUSSETT RD & WINESAP DR 4:11 pm RUSSETT RD & GELDING HILL RD 4:12 pm GELDING HILL RD & ORANGE PIPPIN RD 4:12 pm 28 GELDING HILL RD 4:12 pm 24 GELDING HILL RD 4:13 pm 16 GELDING HILL RD 4:13 pm 10 GELDING HILL RD 4:14 pm 5 GELDING HILL RD 4:14 pm 2 GELDING HILL RD
Bus #30 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:54 pm 4 PEARL ST 3:54 pm 10 PEARL ST 3:55 pm PEARL ST & TILSON LN 3:55 pm 20/22 PEARL ST 3:55 pm PEARL ST & CHARLIES CIR 3:56 pm 36 PEARL ST 3:58 pm PHILO CURTIS RD & QUAIL HOLLOW LN 3:58 pm PHILO CURTIS RD & ELANA LN 3:59 pm PHILO CURTIS RD & BISHOP CIRCLE 4:01 pm 11 ROSE LN 4:01 pm 23 ROSE LN 4:03 pm FAWNWOOD RD & OWL RIDGE LN 4:04 pm 11 LONE OAK MEADOWS 4:05 pm 12 SKIDMORE LN 4:06 pm ALDER LN & SKIDMORE LN 4:06 pm 8 ALDER LN 4:07 pm ALDER LN & MISTY VALE RD 4:07 pm 2 MISTY VALE RD 4:12 pm 7 WASHINGTON AVE 4:18 pm 49 QUEEN ST (MERRYHILL CHILD CARE) Bus #32 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:51 pm 10 RIVERSIDE RD (APEX GLASS) 3:57 pm 83 BERKSHIRE RD 4:01 pm BERKSHIRE RD & TANGLEWOOD LN 4:02 pm 186 BERKSHIRE RD 4:02 pm BERKSHIRE RD & THUNDER RIDGE RD 4:09 pm 8 GREAT QUARTER RD 4:09 pm 20-40 GREAT QUARTER RD MAILBOXES 4:10 pm 169 GREAT QUARTER RD 4:11 pm 72 GREAT QUARTER RD 4:16 pm BERKSHIRE RD & STONE BRIDGE TRL 4:17 pm 267 BERKSHIRE RD 4:17 pm 263/261 BERKSHIRE RD 4:18 pm 255 BERKSHIRE RD 4:18 pm 12/14 NIGHTHAWK LN 4:19 pm NIGHTHAWK CUL DE SAC U-TURN
Bus #34 PM REED & SANDY HOOK 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3:51 pm 13 RIVERSIDE RD 3:51 pm CAC DAY CARE RIVERSIDE RD 3:55 pm 19 OAKVIEW RD 3:55 pm 13 OAKVIEW RD 3:56 pm 11 OAKVIEW RD 3:57 pm 25 BERKSHIRE RD 4:06 pm GREAT RING RD & HARVEST COMMON RD 4:07 pm GREAT RING RD & ERIN LN 4:07 pm GREAT RING RD & FARMERY RD 4:08 pm GREAT RING RD & CAMELOT CREST 4:08 pm 39 GREAT RING RD 4:10 pm 57 GREAT RING RD 4:10 pm 63 GREAT RING RD 4:11 pm 60 GREAT RING RD 4:11 pm 64 GREAT RING RD 4:11 pm GREAT RING RD & GREAT RING EXT 4:12 pm 20 SAND HILL RD 4:13 pm 15/17 SAND HILL RD Bus #49 PM SANDY HOOK ONLY 3:51 pm SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SHS) 4:02 pm 9 STONE GATE 4:03 pm 75 BENNETTS BRIDGE 4:07 pm LAKEVIEW TER & SPRING TRL U-TURN 4:22 pm 7 BERKSHIRE RD LITTLE EXPLORERS
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ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL MORNING BUS ROUTES BUS #37 AM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 7:15 am BUTTERFIELD RD & BUTTERNUT RIDGE 7:17 am BUTTERFIELD RD & BRIARWOOD LN 7:22 am NORTHRIDGE DR & POND VIEW U-TURN 7:24 am 40 FARRELL RD 7:30 am 11 TUNNEL RD 7:32 am 17 DIAMOND DR 7:32 am 35 MT PLEASANT RD 7:36 am ST ROSE SCHOOL BUS #38 AM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 7:00 am 56 GLENN RD 7:02 am CHERRY ST & MIYA LN & PINE ST 7:06 am NARRAGANSETT & CRICKET TRL 7:08 am 12 BRIDGE END FARM LN 7:09 am 18 BRIDGE END FARM LN 7:14 am WALNUT TREE HILL RD & ACORN DR 7:20 am HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & WINTER RIDGE RD 7:21 am HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & OLD FARM HILL RD 7:23 am 31 OLD FARM HILL RD 7:27 am HANOVER RD & TAMARACK RD 7:29 am HANOVER RD & SILVER CITY RD 7:37 am 38 THE BOULEVARD 7:39 am ST ROSE SCHOOL BUS #39 AM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 7:02 am 9 CHESTNUT HILL RD 7:05 am BRADLEY LN & NUTMEG LN 7:08 am GREAT RING RD & FARMERY RD 7:09 am 7:12 am 7:19 am 7:22 am 7:25 am 7:30 am 7:31 am 7:33 am 7:40 am
GREAT RING & HARVEST COM U-TURN 73 GREAT RING RD MARLIN RD & BUCK TRL 21 MARLIN RD DEERFIELD DR & TODDY HILL RD STILL HILL RD & SHERMAN ST SHERMAN ST & SUGARLOAF RD 12 JOHNNY APPLESEED DR ST ROSE SCHOOL
BUS #40 AM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 7:03 am 179 BERKSHIRE RD 7:05 am BRESSON FARM RD & YOGANANDA ST 7:06 am CANTERBURY LN & CHARTER RIDGE DR 7:08 am CHARTER RIDGE DR & CIDER MILL RD 7:13 am JEREMIAH RD & STONE GATE DR 7:15 am 12 FAWNWOOD RD 7:15 am FAWNWOOD RD & OWL RIDGE LN 7:22 am IRONWOOD RD & WATCH HILL DR 7:26 am RIVERSIDE RD & TIMBERMILL RD 7:30 am PEARL ST & TILSON LN 7:33 am MISTY MORNING COMMERCE RD 7:35 am ST ROSE SCHOOL BUS #41 AM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 7:03 am JOHN BEACH & WINDING BROOK 7:04 am 41 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:04 am BRUSHY HILL RD & BEAVER DAM RD 7:07 am 164 BRUSHY HILL RD 7:07 am 168 A BRUSHY HILL RD 7:14 am 35 HI BARLOW RD 7:18 am 4 PURDY STATION RD 7:19 am 1 MERLINS LN 7:20 am HATTERTOWN RD & ABBOTT’S HILL RD 7:24 am PALESTINE RD & GALILEE WAY U TURN 7:28 am 40 BOGGS HILL 7:33 am ST ROSE SCHOOL BUS #42 AM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 7:05 am 15 CEMETERY RD 7:06 am 1 POORHOUSE RD 7:07 am SHUT RD & WEBSTER PL 7:08 am 6 BROOKWOOD DR 7:13 am FLAT SWAMP RD & JANGLING PLAIN RD 7:18 am POVERTY HOLLOW & FARM MEADOW 7:21 am 33 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 7:22 am 7 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 7:27 am SUGAR ST & LONGVIEW HEIGHTS RD 7:34 am ST ROSE SCHOOL BUS #43 AM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 7:02 am ABBEY LN 7:06 am WINTON FARM RD & SHORT HILL RD U-TURN 7:07 am 12 WINTON FARM RD 7:12 am 35 COLD SPRING RD 7:21 am 4 BENJAMIN DR 7:23 am 59 MILE HILL SOUTH RD 7:28 am 16 GREENBRIAR LN 7:29 am 60 ELM DR 7:32 am 16 ELM ST 7:35 am 61 QUEEN ST 7:38 am ST ROSE SCHOOL BUS #44 AM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 7:04 am 12 TAUNTON LN 7:07 am 24 TAUNTON LAKE RD 7:10 am GLENMOR DR & TAUNTON HILL RD 7:13 am TAUNTON HILL RD & WEDGEWOOD CT 7:15 am 156 TAUNTON HILL RD 7:21 am 22 ASHFORD LN 7:24 am CASTLE HILL RD & KENT RD 7:25 am CASTLE HILL RD & POSSUM RIDGE RD 7:27 am CASTLE HILL RD & PUMPKIN LN 7:29 am CASTLE HILL RD & KING ST 7:30 am 9 WEST ST 7:34 am ST ROSE SCHOOL
ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES Bus #37 PM — St Rose of Lima School 3:03 pm GOPHER RD & SHADOW RIDGE CIR 3:08 pm BUTTERFIELD RD & BUTTERNUT RIDGE 3:11 pm BUTTERFIELD RD & BRIARWOOD LN 3:17 pm NORTHRIDGE DR & POND VIEW DR U-TURN 3:20 pm 40 FARRELL RD 3:27 pm 11 TUNNEL RD
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BUS #38 PM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 2:56 pm 56 GLENN RD 2:57 pm 84 GLEN RD 2:59 pm CHERRY ST & MIYA LN & PINE ST 3:02 pm CRICKET TRL & NARRAGANSETT 3:05 pm 12 BRIDGE END FARM LN 3:05 pm 18 BRIDGE END FARM LN 3:10 pm 96 WALNUT TREE HILL RD 3:11 pm WALNUT TREE HILL RD & ACORN DR 3:17 pm HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & WINTER RIDGE RD 3:18 pm 19 HORSESHOE RIDGE RD 3:19 pm HORSESHOE RIDGE RD & OLD FARM HILL RD 3:20 pm 31 OLD FARM HILL RD 3:24 pm HANOVER RD & TAMARACK RD 3:26 pm HANOVER RD & SILVER CITY RD 3:34 pm 38 THE BOULEVARD 3:36 pm HAWLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUS #39 PM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 3:03 pm TODDY HILL RD & DEERFIELD DR 3:06 pm STILL HILL RD & SHERMAN 3:07 pm SHERMAN ST & SUGARLOAF RD 3:09 pm 12 JOHNNY APPLESEED DR 3:12 pm 9 CHESTNUT HILL RD 3:14 pm BRADLEY LN & NUTMEG LN 3:18 pm GREAT RING RD & FARMERY RD U-TURN 3:21 pm 73 GREAT RING RD 3:22 pm 5 SAND HILL RD 3:24 pm 33 HIGH ROCK RD 3:26 pm NEW LEBBON RD & ASPEN LN 3:28 pm MARLIN RD & BUCK TRL 3:31 pm 21 MARLIN RD 3:31 pm TODDY HILL RD & SURREY TRL 3:31 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL BUS #40 PM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 2:54 pm PEARL ST & TILSON LN 2:56 pm RIVERSIDE RD & SUNNYVIEW TER (NONN) 2:56 pm RIVERSIDE RD & JOHNSON DR (NONN) 2:59 pm RIVERSIDE RD & TIMBERMILL RD 3:03 pm WATCH HILL DR & IRONWOOD RD U-TURN 3:12 pm FAWNWOOD RD & OWL RIDGE LN U-TURN 3:13 pm 12 FAWNWOOD RD 3:15 pm JEREMIAH RD & STONE GATE DR 3:16 pm 77 BENNETTS BRIDGE RD (NONN) 3:18 pm GELDING HILL RD & ORANGE PIPPIN RD 3:19 pm 61 CHARTER RIDGE DR 3:21 pm CANTERBURY LN & CHARTER RIDGE DR 3:22 pm BRESSON FARM RD & YOGANANDA ST 3:29 pm 179 BERKSHIRE RD 3:34 pm 7 BERKSHIRE RD (LITTLE EXPLORERS DAY CARE) 3:35 pm OAKVIEW RD & WATKINS DR 3:40 pm REED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL BUS #41 PM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 2:57 pm GLOVER AVE & MEADOW RD 2:58 pm 16 ELM ST 3:00 pm 36 BRUSHY HILL RD, PM ONLY 3:03 pm 73 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:04 pm JOHN BEACH RD & WINDING BROOK RD 3:04 pm 104 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:05 pm BRUSHY HILL RD & BEAVER DAM RD 3:07 pm 164 BRUSHY HILL RD 3:08 pm 168 A BRUSHY HILL RD 3:14 pm 35 HI BARLOW RD 3:19 pm MERLINS LN & PURDY STATION RD U-TURN 3:20 pm 9 MERLINS LN 3:20 pm 1 MERLINS LN 3:21 pm HATTERTOWN RD & ABBOTT’S HILL RD 3:24 pm PALESTINE RD & GALILEE WAY U-TURN 3:27 pm HEAD O’ MEADOW SCHOOL BUS #42 PM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 2:55 pm SUGAR ST & MADISON DR 2:57 pm 40 BOGGS HILL 2:58 pm RIDGE RD & VALLEY VIEW RD 3:07 pm 15 CEMETERY RD 3:07 pm 1 POORHOUSE RD 3:08 pm SHUT RD & WEBSTER PL 3:09 pm 6 BROOKWOOD DR 3:13 pm FLAT SWAMP RD & JANGLING PLAIN RD 3:16 pm POVERTY HOLLOW & FARM MDW U-TURN 3:19 pm 32 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:20 pm 7 POVERTY HOLLOW RD 3:24 pm SUGAR ST & LONGVIEW HEIGHTS RD BUS #43 PM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 2:55 pm 61 QUEEN STREET 2:58 pm NYA (PM ONLY) 3:01 pm 4 BENJAMIN DRIVE 3:04 pm 59 MILE HILL SOUTH RD 3:09 pm 60 ELM DRIVE 3:10 pm 16 GREENBRIAR LN 3:13 pm 7 WILLS RD DAY CARE 3:19 pm 35 COLD SPRING RD 3:24 pm 12 WINTON FARM RD 3:28 pm 8 ABBEY LN 3:29 pm 309 SOUTH MAIN ST 3:31 pm MIDDLEGATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUS #44 PM — ST ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL 2:58 pm 9 WEST ST 2:58 pm CASTLE HILL RD & KING ST 3:00 pm CASTLE HILL RD & PUMPKIN LN 3:02 pm CASTLE HILL RD & POSSUM RIDGE RD 3:02 pm CASTLE HILL RD & KENT RD 3:06 pm 22 ASHFORD LN 3:11 pm 12 TAUNTON LN 3:16 pm 12 IRVING LN 3:19 pm GLENMOR DR & TAUNTON HILL RD 3:22 pm TAUNTON HILL RD & WEDGEWOOD CT 3:24 pm 156 TAUNTON HILL RD 3:26 pm 25 DODGINGTOWN RD
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$433 $15,871 in the 2015-16 school year, a increase from the previous year. a “Despite, and we have spoken about this number of times, our overinflated student are expenditure because of our grants, we said still less than average per pupil cost,” the Dr Erardi. “And if there is a belief in community that because of declining enrollI ment that must be a negative number, that state think it is really important to Conthere is a decline overall in the state of necticut.” one The state enrollment decline is about percent, according Dr Erardi, and Newtown’s is estimated to be about 2.5 percent. “And despite a decline in a student population, the cost across the state rose by three the percent,” said Dr Erardi. “So I believe work before the superintendent, the school board, and our staff is to partner with electto ed officials, with boards and commissions, we examine the base of Newtown. Because are expensive. Taxes are expensive in town, in but this illustrates that the great player the room is always the local school board, to be but this also illustrates that there has dial something to build the base to move the forward to relieve the homeowner.” Dr Erardi also spoke to the end of federal PTA Hook Sandy the saying grants, while consideration. Foundation remains an “integral partner” Priorities listed in the superintendent’s the support of $198,000 in funding for with for funding support are proposed budget of the 2017-18 school year. “appropriate class sizes at all levels When the district administrators first preplan instruction,” updating instructional materisented the requested 2017-18 spending als as required through the curriculum f said it was a 3.5 to the superintendent,Ohe renewal cycle, continuing a “level funding er the 2015-16 budget. Dr over ap of percent increase plan for expansion and sustainability their pencil just a “sharpened he sp stu- Erardi said New alek million to come to the technology with access and equity for all ih$1.2 and bit” etobywnroughly dents,” support funding for the district ine M requested budget. superintendent’s to om town’s joint capital plan, and an effort H The 9 2015-16 Lorra 1.81 percent increase fromRthe continue to pursue opportunities for shared roughly represents MBE budget, Dr Erardi said departments. NU town with services $660,000 in increased regular education Dr Erardi spoke to the cost of education, special educafunding, a $22,685 increase toS the level of taxes in Newtown, “and the equaOP funding, and start tion and pupil personnel R tion that doesn’t seem to work” at the to other areas of the $649,000 in increases of and COPY K D ronglegal nds of his presentation. fees, transportation, PER budget, likeIN d of The superintendent shared the statewide d St ed thousaa kinper $1.00 the benefits. L ch ng to average cost per pupil was $16,249 in RIA Lonew include a ud An positions erienc staff Requested creati on s voicese the O , e exp vesinstructor 2015-16 school year, an increase from DIT elds, cou language hav to Out world about part-time rau that n hav cornfi then mo lan2014-15 average cost per pupil by E eir ns world towdistrict’s stand ing ofthe elementary expand wasSing ps and , and ry. Th cer under $523. Newtown’s average cost per pupil
1.81 Percent Increase
H B e Superintendent of Schools Joseph V. Erardi, Jr, shared with the Board of Education that what he said is a responsible budget and allows the district to both maintain “move forward” at its meeting on Tuesday, January 3. The $74,996,756 proposed superintendent’s budget represents a 1.81 percent increase over the 2016-17 spending plan. Dr Erardi said 87.3 percent of the proposed increase is made up by funding for personnel contractual obligations and employee benerepfits. The 1.81 percent increase, he said, less resents a “number nearly several points than what we approved last year.” The proposed budget is roughly a $1.3 million increase from last year’s school budget, for which was approved by voters last April $73,665,065. to The Board of Education will continue learn about different aspects of the proposed spending plan at meetings, and a public The hearing is set for Tuesday, January 31. board will then vote on its approved 2017-18 budget at a planned February 2 meeting of before the budget will go before the Board Finance and Legislative Council for further y
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The Gift Of Giving Has No End Date
The hustle of the holiNow is the time of silence and reflection. the world that has days is behind us and we are able to observe with seasonal rituals been spinning past while we busied ourselves and glad tidings. but not as tired We are tired from endless rounds of celebrations; regions. as the refugees of Aleppo and other war-ravaged not so hungry as the We are hungry from self-imposed diets; but live in 13.1 million children who, according to feedingamerica.org, food-insecure households. holiday spirits; dehydrating in overindulging We are thirsty from the help of groups but not so thirsty as those in Africa who, without to clean water. like The Bridge Water Project, have no access but not so frustrated We are frustrated by the health care system; access to any health seras the millions in the world who have no vices. our children; but not We are worried about quality education for for whom education is a so worried as parents in other countries according to worldpoorly directed and inadequate investment, and teachers — and fund.org, resulting in a lack of quality schools children. lack of educational opportunities for their than 4,000 individuals We are cold, but not so cold as the more to End Homelessidentified in 2015 by the Connecticut Coalition without a reliable shelness as being homeless, or the 3,000 youth ter who are at the mercy of our winter weather. and there may holidays, the throughout generous been have We calm is an opportunity be a “donation fatigue” setting in. But this make not only our world, to consider what we can continue to do to but the global world, a gentler place in 2017. provides supJr, left, hands documents to Board of EducaThe International Rescue Committee at rescue.org the Superintendent of Schools Joseph V. Erardi, the crisis in Aleppo. The milChair Michelle Embree Ku to share with flee to Vice had Board have and who families Alexander to port Keith tion Chair war there can be helped 3, budget presentation. —Bee Photo, Hallabeck lions of Syrian children suffering from the rest of the board at the Tuesday, January like barefootcollege. by donating at unicefusa.org. Organizations on based was decision the opportuniexplaining educational Erardi, org, tostan.org, and care.org work to bring is a guage immersion program another grade grants ending and, “what we believe ties to children around the world. in level, two stipends for part-time assistant help homeless scaled down mental health provision In our own state, groups like covenanthouse.org superintendents to oversee math and social offers emergency shelfor regards to need for next year.” and runaway youth. Shelterforhomeless.org studies, a full-time custodian position and other organizations Different areas of the budget, including at ter to homeless men of Fairfield County, Sandy Hook Elementary School, coaches will be disrequests, staffing those without to the of some High across the state provide shelter and nourishment of Housing and the Newtown Middle School and Newtown cussed at future board meetings before homes. It was good news that the US Department month that the School, and a director of human resources. the budget. Sinceon1877 3.43 board votes announced late last (HUD) Development Urban to All proposed new staffing total roughly - Best for aLocal proposal $44.5 million in Dr Erardi later explained preState of Connecticut will receive approximately News and Advert in full-time positions, according to the fees for sports over goal of ending homelessreduce pay-to-participate ising federal grants to help support the state’s sentation. the next five years, with the result of eliminess. Proposed staffing reductions total 8.4 full$200 will Pecks Lane and the Hook nating the fees. Sports that cost Closer to home, FAITH Food Pantry at 31 time positions, and include two Sandy move at 3 Town Hall South move to $160, those that cost $150 will town food pantry located in Social Services School teachers, a Head O’ Meadow Elemen- VOLUM CXXXV sportsI that cost $100 will move and the holidays, and at Reed to $120, E have an ongoing need for donations, beyond TWO SECTION tary School teacher, two teachers at of the those whose situations to $80, Dr Erardi said, in the first year S - 26 PAGES Social Services, assistance is available for Intermediate School, two eighth grade teachreduction. put them at risk. ers at NMS, and one teacher at NHS. NEWTOWN, neighbors when winDuring his presentation the superintenCONNECTICU of Keeping an eye on elderly or incapacitated Dr Erardi said the staffing reductions were worthT, FRIDA dent said the challenge ahead for the school in takes but a moment, and costs only the blow storms Y, JUNE 2, ter “almost all” driven by student enrollment. commisand — not to mention 2017 board and other local boards our time. In this age of social media and Google “It is also important to note... the budget not difficult to find ways a the good, old-fashioned telephone — it is proposal in front of you also includes ( continued on page A - 9 ) Dr to reach out. reduction of three social workers,” said of giving in this quiet We owe it to ourselves to continue the gift
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ER 22 as con ly ets eto r , are tre , gre territo ate season, in this new year. birdly eks ed in to hea y inn 17 meets a new d on ate y see t we pas s gatherl that ge in oun ms the 3, 20 fortun en the In ird n hal messa y exp It see wh y are Women Rise ARCH blackb tow their d as the ether. er. g, we ak up traged To Run For Office ,M On May 22, will son Shannon Watts, aviarypreach ignore 12/14 that rd, k tog togethbird who spe Gun Sense IDAY founder of Moms wa in America, ce the laws and not be m to floc raised ket of town the town needs Demand Action announced encourage” T, FR the easement in early CIP is because d sin port wn For and can sed the of voicesent rac ple in a new initiative high school for CU ment to the local family to chase wto locally to have its matching funds and place in the worke sup peo tively dead. rec projto “train and er local political arena. college-aged young zation for cau has kers to up, Neect us . the sup ECTI an agricultural ease- 2016. this sed — powsidewalk obtain By JoHn Voket women to find leaders from in March. She told “Rise To Run” Ifceboth gro t authorize the NN rai . be Allian aff ma panels experience much heavier cution es in CIP would myriad perspectiv Newtown Deputy Director of available year’s th a by brings By Andrew Gorosko on about two-thirds of the eration of young CO CIP ngealloThe Board of Selectmen on ects in this Beneavoicescha the e law recent thaandversat es, on and offline, together female the bridge ion urg Sib- The Newtown Bee that if the when owed ment s citifoll Rob acquisition traffic Use N, Land through CIP & women nce Jana 2017-18 er Planning ues a at re by con off Act iou discussion just replaced W to prepare country. to take on powerful parcel Following unanimously of y, 3 mo ut iss oth d for wn coming var uar January and A could have been delayed the ir sta94-plus-acre amendment nas in political roles a genwto acquisiley said the current proposal closing WTO Commis- replacement project is underers for open Information a neespace ys toin Jansaid of the s aboare are n, Street. The balance of the in this the Sugar e Ne e oth vio July 1, the added uary 3 meeting, Police lence.nes endorsed amending the current cation provided by NE Mrs weeks, are ir waLlodra s Center for Women as way in the coming months. Nine Rise To zeroing stipulates that the Paproski until after cat out that olutio i- will come from the state. the ngton s aw to close Capital tion — in effectTh um would have sion members, in their role authorized gun aware for year’s pos and American Run notes that, according a res itsfunds will be shi positioned der town nd school and properties abut Nettleto edu seallocation must remain as resi- open space funds open space Politics, to the college women rea to raise unity nts fou on Wa al lea acquisition the local traffic authority, private Thentown signed a cooperative family byg wrote nin Improvement Plan (CIP) alloca- 2017 dec for office. The currently show only 19 percent of high the Paproski that the become available in the next ion addi-ide onrch nk no mm tio and creating new organizat an interest agreed to convert Nettleton ton Avenue. in 2015 to enter into dents on the farm, Fra engthe agreement works ly. Co of res n’s Ma through in-person tions to position enough fund- request ke nat members ion hopes to in running of March. end an active authorized round of CIP borthe nte on, str Commission EducaPresiremain bal Police implicamust cost traffic ma property eds taxpayer two-way me of training Farmincrease tional the Mo from of glo Avenue . o providing mentors, joint partnership and on-the-gro that of to Wo or d to Last November S ati the ing to complete a unique open ey AveticeBoard Hundr enterprise, and rowing. und networkin number Boardletter se wh current the orn Associ 7,jus nte and encouragi either the street, in antici- agreed to limit Nettleton beliefs. Women PAGE the agreed land Preservation Program as agricultural g, through t of o wa Life. ng young space preservation initiative tions in n a ce tho But because the funds are into a one-way ok att Bar unanimously - 26 Selectmen related to one-way traffic traveling por social nity, sig To wh experience and who are current or former women to act on 22. NS oun ryrecommended by the local Con- that all requirements and pation of that street being heav- nue to can into fiscal and a partnership mu next der a local working farm. next fiscal year. those Rightare dy Ho their the with IO involving before inspiratio Elm eri needed Jr, office from den d enter be completed hts , com xan to holders will San to CT rua n to Initial launch road from east-to-west, The tandem processes Commission. Soon the contract must Ale offer tly, the Am n rig school Feb Erardi mitte servation programs are these female politician on the O SE of Agriis hoping officials will ily used as a cut-through If that separate measure is oneith sident iled state Department consin, and ma the sub asta-wannabe set for Indiana, TW no later than March 31. He also cycle, she awkward timingwise Recened by bridge recon- Drive to Juniper Road. The huthe California, ma eph V. dleinafter, n Ke pre that of dev theedstate Department of North Carolina, s. with plans approved by the Legislative somewhat the temporary shift of while a planned in all 50 states end alf mato ept which ensure the was s Josunique culture pos to expand the Wissaid that there is a strong pos- support by 2020. accin of the order is underway way status would remain e Leie of the ter oolthe pro our (CTDoA) reviewed to defon beh Chairasking let Agriculture pilot programs bbi It is an ambitious parcel from the sidewalk struction project Council, along with the com- because on soil the planned bridge agricultural ing tionneed itte ernor’s cost VI to proposals sibility the US Department of funding ing to program mp, y. That of Sch and De mm hav nearby on Sugar Street, near effect until ge a and acquired an Newtown’s the uldproperty Act edby panion CIP amendment to sat- the separate is preserved gov wo Cofor the t gou young women, for building future female question intra offset the authorization to temporarily ged endent d Tru replacement on Sugar Street is CXXX rov and approved cen lle Ku they need to the that appraisal ons to negotiate the ease- Agriculture could leaders. app t Donal 14foreseeable likely extra money needed the Ram Pasture. isfy the town’s matching contri- be deliberated look any furtherthough, need not wait ME future. The police have subpriatishould cuts most two pertimeMiche and the12/ Superint town and state’s investment in cover the of Finance den til 2020, nor First and foremost LU than the local t. The directional change comes completed. , ers Appro get un are part a do bution, about 65 acres of the the Board svalue. Paproski acquisition — y the ek, Tomb Newtown’s uld n ment cen VO offices for for one-way is First Newtown’s bottom te the easement with a grant of up for the per we Council. Theden me accomplish nda to requests from mitted a work order tha bud t budgetney wo of thi then, tthe CTDoA prehighest office Selectman Pat Llodra, inspiration. previh Paproski family’s Castle Hill Legislative Fou 1.78 ool the selectmen if approved by the council — by in response Last boardof the through the deal, less burden Since tion tha thesta who has held signs to the town highto First Selectto 50 percent of the total cost. to al sch thin thathat mo g a n to Dalio re wit recovery from since 2009, leading ool residents Robert Hall and street two pared ulaan offer Thosea-to the Paproskis Farm will be permanently pre- line according is, if either tragedy, as the communit tapping installasch the devastatin ony ously tin endorsed loc s. Wi r the t dow the to sha the rec pop ence. ent and ues well On January 3, Mrs Llodra told March 31. Llodra of 5 and 11 Net- way department, and proposed easeues purchase todif while continuin as the repercussions g storms and unparalle y testimto ouryears pas worth ld bea fund-is the fer served exclusively for agricul- man Pat e… reduce res the req rough able open space “To have confidence we can Karen Pierce, llion; of req and ial new signs should occur led of those events rep it a soc council or finance board reject are Financ you ” said terms for pay- Selectmen Will Rodgers “Th tion budget $7 mi rently ersincouthe CIP Her dedication g to guide day-to-day with tleton Avenue, respectively. Mr tion of tealong ment to — all the use. but kes ail tural the t we operation permitting, te , sta only of earmarked rly the pay cur ing weather to that 00, space ail her office sets es ma e-m town agreed to s Herb Rosenthal both the open sta n nea get r. Tax te. woman can tion Board n tha 5,0 Hall and Ms Pierce have told shortly, anthe t And ment, a standard of running a town. media that oral and put aspire. The temporary shift of either or mselv and ( continued on page A - 9 ) tio $14 an e-m the underwrite to Police Chief James sta 45 ialpercent, to which any yea CIPool bud loc and CTDoA Voke ck the nd out with Of the 39 boards action or the tow the eve nda by g to pur- reason to amend the current of cerns ourpaythe commission they fear that according ieve young a this m theofona soc for partner $200,000 currently earmarked preservation ntry and commissio $1,001,100 JohnhAllABe two presch se $450,450 of them are ommebudget , sharin guson cing Viadero. ce con fro k to judge er or pou cou who bel ent. deal is effeccurthe of By which ter rea ns Avenue, amendment listed headed voi tal Nettleton authorioun the borrowing on the town and inc nat r to um . as part of a t our Erardi w Fer ann Director of Health by women. Among ple elizAcourse ions and 27, and ngs to to pap te, and website, 15 The Nettleton Avenue cutpor n and peo ique doc nce ist them are leaders sta ly demple canfurthe phone rently serves as a cut-through eti Dr the iberat ry 23 tinued ann Jacob; CulturalDonna Culbert; Legislativ Andre tio to sup cholog n sile hap Peo step the hall me put pentowns, are the for e Council Chairsuch as Arts Commissi from Founda nt an antle tha nge the rua e con ser to Over of del psy road for eastbound motorists on o ool se of Ethics Chair n sa lio e gra and on Chair MarySch clo gs rk goe pick up tow ate, wh ning our— tho ase invaluab not, cha when ( continued on page A - 9 ) s FebFinanc tainable EnergyJacqueline Villa; Kathleen Laura Lerman; Board nin fort congested Sugar Street, will e s ally g wo - Da -tim rker ediate r. tation of who attendal clim of run lic eye t a phrmore r, or pen ir com 1. sen Board rement pletin ool dis - one ial wo erm ool yea one-tim le sion Committe Commission; and Ellen Quinn, chair of the rch tives,politic charge the pub not jusces are anothe it hap e the Sussoc ed Int 8 sch It the possibme the ve inc of com sch propos Ma er rd; Director Amy e. 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Vir ceremony . for . tha . help Goro Comm ted second s. ad, in ver true cre e-m ittees DemCruise Obituaries the hav ir ously.” Mr ll on the ki started Rid and tem ue gh to served cost of tier are Reed looking at Wo e off with the site te rov m nea They the use Ro d- offi ails ck different ew d tha new delive m the mobil e opt ,” he mobil ad recalls). oo r rou both iss giance as .everyone oin we , hav ade Following a uld tion is intended The charging sta- point.” trying to promote it at aspects viderail sys t app ks al for as Th Pledge of Allerge wo Fire ple the bil det ir fro direction. Th right r of a potential mediate School, Newtown InterAndr Yah ive hea g stu . . . . . . . . . A4 stood and this respectful moment well, are world s for dec Pebble& La lity bes progra seeCommittee er. she for town vehicles, mbeau cha change. 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Religion . . . . .mances, Becky were still pm, elementar us new encompass. that fallen be finalized depending on and acc Aurelia Pat Llo son as first public couDody, their mbersa tage tools,”tonoted ver der 2. In Hills rk fee yth and she expressed along with me $5,000 is available and another fire nt chi veteran marshlocal lty to the her feel easy tobeauty town the “bi availabilit perforas of this l for sister, n per ich and the week’s meeting. intenda wo whene cess, e it.” ve BZC no com 1. . . . . B4 fire . . .her d it was bie “Each and every or . . . for “An difficu and Osborne. 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White r open- impossibl Ms tools,” site been the building fall officia pices e” is The abi ma After e clo of at the ngton, so site . . one inspector’s car,” nbee . . . . A2 the new tow left before . has the attend from they deserve would White says. “[When she thetowmeeting . . . . . .members ber m the mpton deputy . . service dedicated Ms app the screen , how screenfeel of Ms Ha member,” e, today — Snapshot . . .the nge mi until 9 am 3:30 aus tiativ , but ignees ano or possibly anoth- being solicited right station “is . . . B5 has ce the town is top big as we should a laugh. the school the . presentin servic rsity vice the says towith ns? left everything to my mom.” and to their. . . . B1-2who have lost theirto all — we attempt ew said. did the cha She Haler staff member’s Fra l-time t,” pm. .“It Novemd fro lap a and now,” Mr . g Some time was tospent every day in Far 6 Miles desators isage the s. 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48 - Back To School 2017
The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017
Art Classes Offer A Colorful Array Of Lessons By Eliza Hallabeck Under the guidance of district art teachers, local students learn history, color theory, design concepts, and more each year. The district’s four elementary schools each host art night celebrations and gallery events at the end of the school year to display both student art and what the students learn throughout the year. For each of the celebratory art exhibits, student artwork lines the walls and students and parents tour the schools. Newtown Middle School also hosts its annual Student Showcase near the end of the school year, and annually the event highlights student art along with creativity from other disciplines, like music. District art teachers Kim Hossler, Jean Walter, Donna Perugini, and Michelle Ginand all created images for publication in this year’s Back to School special edition of The Newtown Bee for students to use as inspiration ahead of the new year. Each of the images was created based on a lesson the teachers offer in their classes. Ms Hossler said elementary school students are encouraged to bring their colored-in drawings to school for the start of the new school year for possible exhibits. For her submission, Ms Hossler, who teachers at Hawley Elementary School and Sandy Hook Elementary School, was inspired by the first lesson she oversees for her students each school year. “Students design the covers of their art portfolios during their first art lesson each school year,” Ms Hossler said. “For grades one through four, the project includes creating a special design for the lettering of their names. Letters/typography as art is also touched on throughout the year as students design posters to promote kindness, welcome visiting authors, or celebrate school events.” Ms Hossler created two versions of the word “art,” published here for students to color, as an example of that lesson. “Colors, patterns, and textures can be introduced into the shapes of the letters (positive shapes) and the spaces between (negative shapes) to add detail and contrast to their designs, and even create the illusion of three-dimensional space,” Ms Hossler said in an e-mail with her submission. “Use your knowledge of art elements and your imaginations to transform the word art into an original masterpiece. Finish the examples provided or start from scratch and invent your own letters.” For her submission, Ms Walter, who teaches art at Sandy Hook School and Middle Gate Elementary School, created an
Kim Hossler said in one lesson her students learn design, typography, and color. This image was created to celebrate that lesson interactive coloring page contribution. “Cubism is a style of art created by Modern artist Pablo Picasso. Cubism shows many angles of an object in one image. Here is an abstracted head in profile for you to create a Cubist portrait,” Ms Walter wrote when submitting her coloring page work. Ms Walter encourages students to use the sample Cubist features she drew as examples to fill in the portrait or to have the students come up with their own features. “Picasso often used unrealistic color in his Cubist portraits and you can too. Have fun and be creative,” Ms Walter wrote. Ms Perugini, who teaches at Hawley and Head O’ Meadow Elementary School, said she uses artist Leonardo da Vinci’s painting “Mona Lisa” as an example for a lesson for younger
Dona Perugini shared this image she created, inspired by artist Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa,” for students to color in.
students. She has two posters of the painting on display, one at each school. “I go into detail about the painting, regarding the artist— and how he was [inspiration for the name of] a Ninja Turtle, along with three other artists from the time period — her eyes following you, her stately look of sitting tall, the monochromatic colors used, hands folded and mouth with a quiet smile,” Ms Perugini said in a description for her submission. “I also use many color activities after an art unit, or for extra fun time, if students have completed tasks for class. They love doing these and recreating, using their own color scheme. We usually use color pencil and I save them in their folders to work on throughout the school year.” The lesson overall, Ms Perugini said, reinforces the district
Jean Walter invites students to be creative with her image of a head in profile in the Cubist style.
The Newtown Bee - August 18, 2017 stand of “Students will be able to understand that art is the essential core which reflects, records and shapes the history and development of cultures” and the standard “connecting/recognizes and responds to works of art in time and history.” “Mona Lisa” is also an inspiration for a behavior lesson for students in kindergarten to second grade. Ms Perugini said she uses the painting as a signal for students to be quiet by saying, “Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa quiet!” Her students then repeat the saying and know that their lips should be locked and it is time to listen for directions. Ms Ginand teaches at Reed Intermediate School, and for her submission she shared an image she created of a mandala. “In the fifth grade we do the Zendala project,” Ms Ginand said. “Students will learn about the significance and symbolism of the mandala in various cultures. It is a symbol of meditation, protection, and healing. In Sanskrit, mandala means both circle and center. Its thought to represent both the visible world around us and eternal world within our mind and bodies.” Ms Ginand said the fifth graders create their own mandalas and use line and pattern designs, called Zentangles, to decorate the inner spaces. “Zentangles are thought to relax the mind and increase focus and creativity,” Ms Ginand said. Students are encouraged to use these pages for inspiration and to color in each of the designs. Art teacher Kim Hossler was inspired by the first lesson she oversees with her students each year to create this image for students to color.
A mandala image created by Michelle Ginand.
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Newtown High Fall Sports Schedule Newtown High School varsity schedules for cross country, field hockey, football, soccer, girls’ swimming, and girls’ volleyball are as follows (schedules subject to change; visit nighthawksports.com for updated information): Boys’ Cross Country Tuesday 9/12 Immaculate, Kolbe Cathedral, Joel Barlow — Away, Immaculate 4:30 pm Tuesday 9/19 Pomperaug, New Fairfield, Notre Dame-Fairfield — Home, Reed School 4:30 pm Tuesday 9/26 Brookfield, Masuk — Away, Brookfield 4:30 pm Tuesday 10/3 Stratford, Bethel — Away, Stratford 4:30 pm Tuesday 10/10 Bunnell, Weston, New Milford — Home, Reed School 4:30 pm Girls’ Cross Country Tuesday 9/12 Immaculate, Kolbe Cathedral, Joel Barlow — Away, Immaculate 5 pm Tuesday 9/19 Pomperaug, New Fairfield, Notre Dame-Fairfield — Home 5 pm Tuesday 9/26 Brookfield, Masuk — Away, Brookfield 5 pm Tuesday 10/3 Stratford, Bethel — Away, Stratford 5 pm Tuesday 10/10 Bunnell, Weston, New Milford — Home 5 pm
Emma Curtis gives the ball a boot during a game last fall.
–Bee file photos
Field Hockey Monday 9/11 Ridgefield — Away 4 pm Tuesday 9/12 Weston — Away 5:15 pm Tuesday 9/19 New Milford — Home, Blue and Gold Stadium 7 pm Friday 9/22 Weston — Home, Treadwell Town Park 4 pm Tuesday 9/26 Masuk — Away 7 pm Thursday 9/28 Joel Barlow — Away 6:45 pm Friday 9/29 Nonnewaug — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium, 3:45 pm Tuesday 10/3 Bethel — Home, Blue and Gold Stadium 7 pm Thursday 10/5 Brookfield — Home, Treadwell Town Park 4 pm Saturday 10/7 Trumbull — Home, Blue and Gold Stadium 7 pm Tuesday 10/10 New Fairfield — Away 5:30 pm Wednesday 10/11 Pomperaug — Away 7 pm Monday 10/16 Fairfield Warde — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium, 7 pm Tuesday 10/17 Immaculate — Away 3:45 pm Friday 10/20 Watertown — Home, Blue and Gold Stadium 7 pm Monday 10/23 Watertown — Away 6 pm Football (All home games at Blue & Gold Stadium) Friday 9/8 Pomperaug — Away 6 pm Friday 9/15 Xavier — Away 7 pm Friday 9/22 Brookfield — Home 7 pm Friday 10/6 Bethel — Away 7 pm Friday 10/13 Shelton — Home 7 pm Friday 10/20 New Fairfield — Away 7 pm Friday 10/27 Stratford — Home 7 pm Friday 11/3 New Milford — Home 7 pm Friday 11/10 Bunnell — Home 7 pm Wednesday 11/22 Masuk — Away 7 pm
Newtown High dancers and cheerleaders perform during halftime of a football game at Blue & Gold Stadium last fall. The Nighthawk athletes will be back on the playing fields, courts, track, and pool for competition beginning in September.
The Newtown and New Milford football teams battle in New Milford last season. This year, the teams will tangle at Blue & Gold Stadium.
Boys’ Soccer Friday 9/8 Kolbe Cathedral — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 4 pm Tuesday 9/12 Notre Dame-Fairfield — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 7 pm Thursday 9/14 Bethel — Home, Treadwell Town Park 4 pm Tuesday 9/19 New Fairfield — Away 6 pm Friday 9/22 Brookfield — Home, Treadwell Town Park, Tilson Field 4 pm Monday 9/25 Hamden — Away 5 pm Tuesday 9/26 Bunnell — Away 7 pm Thursday 9/28 Weston — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 7 pm Tuesday 10/3 New Milford — Away 4 pm Thursday 10/5 Pomperaug — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 7 pm Tuesday 10/10 Masuk — Away 4 pm Thursday 10/12 Joel Barlow — Away 4 pm Tuesday 10/17 Immaculate — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 7 pm Thursday 10/19 Stratford — Away 7 pm Saturday 10/21 Old Lyme — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 7 pm Monday 10/23 Bethel — Away 4 pm Girls’ Soccer Saturday 9/2 Portsmouth Tournament — Away 11 am Sunday 9/3 Portsmouth Tournament — Away, 10 am Friday 9/8 Kolbe Cathedral — Away 4 pm Saturday 9/9 Watertown — Away 7 pm Monday 9/11 Notre Dame-Fairfield — Away 4 pm Thursday 9/14 Bethel — Away 4 pm Tuesday 9/19 New Fairfield — Home, Treadwell Town Park 4 pm Friday 9/22 Brookfield — Away 5:30 pm Tuesday 9/26 Bunnell — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 7 pm Thursday 9/28 Weston — Away 7 pm Tuesday 10/3 New Milford — Home, Treadwell Town Park 4 pm Thursday 10/5 Pomperaug — Away 5 pm Saturday 10/7 Naugatuck — Away 3:45 pm Tuesday 10/10 Masuk — Home, Treadwell Town Park 4 pm Thursday 10/12 Joel Barlow — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 7 pm Saturday 10/14 Daniel Hand — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 7 pm
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Cross country team members will be back on the course for races this fall. Tuesday 10/17 Immaculate — Away, Mustang Valley 6 pm Thursday 10/19 Stratford — Home, Blue & Gold Stadium 7 pm Girls’ Swimming And Diving Friday 9/8 Bunnell — Away 6 pm Tuesday 9/12 Brookfield — Home 4 pm Friday 9/15 Joel Barlow — Home 4 pm Tuesday 9/19 New Fairfield — Away 4 pm Tuesday 9/26 Weston — Away 4 pm Tuesday 10/3 New Milford — Home 4 pm Friday 10/6 Pomperaug — Home 6 pm Tuesday 10/10 Stratford — Away 4:15 pm Friday 10/13 Immaculate/Bethel — Home 4 pm Tuesday 10/17 Masuk — Away 6 pm Girls’ Volleyball Friday 9/8 Darien — Away 4 pm Tuesday 9/12 St Joseph — Away 4 pm Wednesday 9/13 Joel Barlow — Home 5:30 pm Friday 9/15 Immaculate — Home 5:30 pm Monday 9/18 Joel Barlow — Away 5:30 pm Friday 9/22 Notre Dame-Fairfield — Away 5:30 pm Monday 9/25 New Milford — Away 5:30 pm Wednesday 9/27 Kolbe Cathedral — Home 5:30 pm Friday 9/29 Woodstock Academy — Away 4:30 pm Monday 10/2 New Fairfield — Home 7 pm Wednesday 10/4 Masuk — Away 5:30 pm Friday 10/6 Brookfield — Away 5:30 pm Monday 10/9 Darien — Home 7 pm Wednesday 10/11 Stratford — Home 6:30 pm Friday 10/13 Weston — Away 5:30 pm Monday 10/16 Pomperaug — Home 5:30 pm Wednesday 10/18 Bunnell — Away 6:15 pm Friday 10/20 Bethel — Home 5:30 pm Friday 10/27 East Lyme — Away 6 pm
James Barden, right, battles an opponent for the ball.
Emma Johnson backstrokes during a race last year.
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