Making schools, towns more attractive

WINSTED — Plans to address building issues and new programs will be the top priorities of the school district in 2018, according to Winsted Superintendent of Schools Melony Brady-Shanley and Board of Education Chairman Doug Pfenninger.

The two school district leaders gave a presentation to the Winsted Board of Selectmen on Monday, Dec. 18.

Both Brady-Shanley and Pfenninger told the selectmen that infrastructure upkeep and potential upgrades will be a priority for the school district in 2018.

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