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Carrie Clegg, shown during an outdoor lesson last spring, was chosen as Audubon's educator of the year along with fellow Hampden Meadows teacher Jennifer Reynolds.

Barrington teachers are Audubon’s educators of the year

Barrington teachers are Audubon’s educators of the year

The Audubon Society of Rhode Island selected Hampden Meadows School teachers Carrie Clegg and Jennifer Reynolds as educators of the year. Ms. Clegg, who teaches fourth grade, and Ms. Reynolds, who teaches fifth, received their awards at the Society’s annual meeting held on Oct. 20. “Audubon recognized Ms. Clegg and Ms. Reynolds for their outstanding

Letter: Arts Alive! Barrington should be praised for its work

To the editor: Too often it seems we are quick to criticize and slow to praise. We have so many things to be thankful for in this town, but you wouldn’t necessarily know it from reading the letters to editor section of the Barrington Times. In the spirit of redressing that imbalance, I would like

Letter: Barrington school play was a great success

To the editor: Congratulations to the cast and crew of Hampden Meadows “Broadway Rules”! This year, for the first time, I had the privilege of being a part of what I would consider as one of the most amazing elementary school play experiences. My daughter took the stage in the “Arts Alive!” production of “Broadway

Hampden Meadows School students take a bow after a recent performance of "Broadway Rules."

Barrington school play debated — what do you think?

A Barrington parent has raised concerns about the appropriateness of a recent elementary school play. Paul Crosby penned a letter to the editor earlier this week, calling portions of Arts Alive!’s production “Broadway Rules” oversexualized, scandalous and unfortunate. Mr. Crosby, who has three young daughters, said he watched three performances of the show last weekend

Letter: Barrington grade school play was ‘oversexualized’ and inappropriate

To the editor: I feel compelled to share some thoughts on the Arts Alive! / Hampden Meadows production that took place at BHS this weekend. I am sure all can appreciate the difficulty in producing a theatrical undertaking that provides roles and parts for 150-plus students. Moreover, the disparity in gender adds to the challenge.