A Wilton student reads a book while dressed like a rockstar on Dress Like a Rockstar Day.

Reading Rocks! raises more than $40K

Through this year’s Reading Rocks! program, more than 1,100 student participants raised more than $40,000 for Wilton’s public schools.

Wilton resident and parent Fran Monro and Assistant Superintendent of Special Services Ann Paul at the Board of Education's March 9 meeting.

New adult transition program could save school district thousands of dollars

Community Steps, a new transition program for 18- to 21-year-olds next year was presented to the Board of Education during its March 9 meeting.

Haley McHugh, left, after Wilton High School’s Poetry Out Loud competition on Feb. 3, with retired English teacher Sandy Soson, who initiated the poetry recitation competition at the high school.

School poetry recitation winner

Junior Haley McHugh was crowned the winner of Wilton High School’s Poetry Out Loud competition on Feb. 3.

Brooke Amodei

Warrior Words: Least likely to be on Broadway

It’s taken a lot of time and thought to realize this, but these past four years theater has made me understand that sometimes it’s what’s under the surface that really makes something great.

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