Superintendent talks future of schools

Winchester Superintendent of Schools Melony Brady-Shanley and School District Receiver Freeman Burr at the school district’s offices at Town Hall. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson

WINSTED —  Recently hired Superintendent of Schools Melony Brady-Shanley said she is looking forward to Wednesday, Aug. 30, when the new school year starts.

In an interview with The Winsted Journal on Monday, July 17,  Brady-Shanley, along with Winchester School District Receiver Freeman Burr, spoke about the upcoming year, including new programs and goals for the district.

The school district has been under state receivership since June 2015. Originally, Robert Travaglini was named as its receiver in August 2015, but resigned in September 2016.

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