Pioneer Pride was on display at Southbridge Homecoming

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📷 Image courtesy Moriarty Photography “The team is smaller this year with only 22 players, but this is a team that won’t give up.” By Rayann Carl The Odyssey contributor SOUTHBRIDGE — The annual homecoming game on October 12th at McMann Field was a game to remember against Tantasqua, a long-standing […]

Nichols grad students studying in The Netherlands

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Learning cultural awareness through immersion DUDLEY — Nichols College Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) students are in Maastricht, the Netherlands for six weeks, enrolled in three classes at The Maastricht School of Management (MSM). They will also visit the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, and The Hague, in the Netherlands, […]

Father Protests Alleged Racism at Tantasqua

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📷 Two signs at the protest site read “Educate your kids on the issue of racism and bullying. Transferred to Quaboag, Racially targeted again at Saturday’s game by several Tantasqua students.” Biracial student allegedly called “monkey” by classmates By Sarah Champagne Citizen Chronicle Managing Editor Sarah@TheCitizenChronicle.com Update Oct. 18, 2018: Erin […]

Panel forming for DC Superintendent search

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DUDLEY — The search for the next Superintendent of the Dudley-Charlton Regional School District is now beginning. The Dudley-Charlton Regional School Committee is inviting individuals interested in serving on the Search Committee to apply. Officials say they are seeking to have representation from stakeholders who are passionate about education and […]

Untangling MCAS in Southbridge

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📷 Jeffrey Villar, Ph.D. Receiver of Southbridge Schools. Photo by Helen Boyle By Sarah Champagne, Managing Editor SOUTHBRIDGE – With the recent release of MCAS scores and accountability results for school districts in Massachusetts, familiar questions about the value of the test, or its potential disservice to students as claimed by […]