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  • SY2021-2022 Proposed Budget Book

    January and February continued to be very busy months as we worked to bring forth our school district’s budget proposal for School Year 2021-2022 (SY22). We wish to thank the Board of Education, Central Office and all school and department leaders, teachers, support staff, students and parents who have been active in sharing needs, ideas, and requests as we worked to develop the proposed budget for SY22. Please click on the following header to view more information on our Proposed Budget Book.

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  • Sad News 2-18-21

    It is with the deepest regret and sadness that I inform you about the tragic and sudden loss of one of our high school students. Please click on the following header to learn more.

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  • Superintendent Ritchie's Communication 2-10-21

    Dear Members of the New London School Community, I hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and warm. Thank you for your continued flexibility and partnership as we navigate not only COVID-19, but also New England’s unpredictable weather! Today, I would like to update you on a few district topics. Please click on the following header to read more about our district updates.

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  • Raise Your Conversations - 2020-2021 Intergenerational Conference

    The Community Coalition for Children proudly presents its 2020-2021 Intergenerational Conference, “Raise Your Conversations: How to communicate more effectively with yourself and others.” Click above to learn more!

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  • Student of the Month - January 2021

    We had the pleasure of honoring students from each building as Students of the Month at this past Thursday’s Board of Education meeting. We are SO PROUD of each and every one of you!

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  • Superintendent Ritchie's Communication 1-29-21

    Due to the uncertainty of the incoming inclement weather on Monday and Tuesday of next week, the district will continue to remain in full Distance Learning mode through Wednesday, February 3, 2021. Click on the following header to learn more.

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  • BDJMMMSC Virtual Tour Info Session

    For those interested in hearing all about our multi-magnet middle school campus, please watch our informative video to learn about each pathway, course offerings, sample schedules, facilities, afterschool programs and more! Click here to learn more!

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  • FAFSA Challenge 2021

    Please see the following information regarding our FASFA Challenge

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  • Joint BOE & Superintendent Statement 1-14-21

    On June 11, 2020, the New London Board of Education and by extension the residents of New London were racially attacked during a Zoom meeting. As appalling on many levels as this may be, this was only done virtually and by cowards. Cowards who shouted racial slurs as they sat safely hidden behind their screens and ran away from the screen just as quickly as they appeared. Please click on the header above to continue reading

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  • Communication from Superintendent Ritchie

    All staff and students will participate fully in teaching and learning through Distance Learning (virtual) programming until February 1, 2021 when the district aims to resume its Hybrid Model

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  • Superintendent Ritchie's Communication 1-5-2021

    Welcome back and happy, happy New Year to all! I hope everyone had some very (safe) and special times with loved ones as well as time to rest and recharge. It is wonderful to be at the start of a NEW Year! Please click on the header to read more.

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  • Superintendent Ritchie's Communication 12-15-20

    December 15, 2020 Dear New London Public Schools Community, In accordance with our current instructional model schedule, tomorrow, Wednesday, December 16, 2020 is a full workday for all staff and a full instructional day for all students. Due to the incoming snowstorm, the district will be closed for a SNOW DAY on Thursday, December 17th. Out of extra precaution, all staff and students will participate in virtual teaching and learning on Friday, December 18th. Please click on the header above to continue reading.

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  • District Equity Leadership Team

    NLPS remains committed to equity and building capacity among all. This school year we plan to accomplish a variety of measurable and attainable goals, which are outlined in all four areas of our District Improvement Plan. Click on the header above to learn more.

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  • Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Training

    Please join New London Public Schools virtually on December 9th at 5:30pm for a mental health and a suicide prevention training with Ann Daigle from Brian's Healing Heart. Click on the header to learn more about this event.

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  • Student Of The Month - November

    Please see the following powerpoint of the students that were honored during the month of November. Please click on the header above to learn more about our students of the month.

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  • NLHSMMC Art Show

    We are so proud of our school community and the incredible talent and effort being shown. Below is a book we hope you will share and enjoy with your loved ones. Please click on the header above to learn more about this art show.

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  • Parent Book Study

    Starting November 24,2020 the District Equity Leadership Team (D.E.L.T.) will be holding a virtual Parent Book Study around the Courageous Conversations book once a month from 5:30-7:00pm over zoom. Please click on the header above to learn more.

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  • Superintendent Ritchie's Communication November 13, 2020

    NLPS will be open to in-person student learning again, in the Hybrid Model, starting on Monday November 16th in the following locations: Winthrop STEM Elementary Magnet School Harbor Elementary School Jennings International Elementary Magnet School Nathan Hale Arts Magnet School New London High School Multi-Magnet Campus New London Adult Education Bennie Dover Jackson Multi-Magnet Middle School will not be able to have in-person student learning from Monday, November 16th through Friday, November 20th. All middle school students will continue participating in full-time Distance Learning. Please click on the header above to read more regarding this weeks communication.

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  • Schools Closed November 9th-13th

    Although COVID-19 contact tracing efforts continued throughout the weekend, regarding our recent positive cases identified Thursday night, more time is needed to ensure that we have a confident picture of all close contacts between students involved. Therefore, we are unable to open the district to any in-person student learning this week. NLPS will be closed to all in-person student learning the week of November 9th through 13th. Please click on the header above to read more regarding this weeks school closure.

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  • Sad News

    It is with the deepest regret and sadness that I inform you about the loss of a long-standing administrator of New London Public Schools. We were notified this morning that Mr. Roland Dunham, Assistant Principal of the Bennie Dover Jackson Multi-Magnet School Campus has passed away. Please click on the header above to read more about this notification.

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