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Mt. Hope softball coach charged with embezzling booster club funds

Mt. Hope softball coach charged with embezzling booster club funds

Bristol Police this week charged the former president of the Mt. Hope High School Booster Club with embezzling more than $19,000 in club funds. Steven W. Zina, 54, of 17 Charlotte Drive, Bristol, was charged with embezzlement over $100, a felony, after allegedly stealing the money through ATM withdrawals from the Booster Club’s account. Zina, also

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School committee approves prom day early dismissal

Mt. Hope High School juniors planning to attend prom can go ahead and schedule their hair and nail appointments for early afternoon, thanks to an early dismissal that day. For most of them, anyway. The Bristol Warren Regional School Committee approved allowing juniors attending prom to skip last period and leave class after lunch to

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Prom day early dismissal may be made permanent

A trial policy allowing Mt. Hope High School students attending the junior prom to leave school early that day may be made a permanent procedure going forward. Juniors attending the prom will be able to schedule early afternoon hair appointments and tuxedo fittings after a Bristol Warren Regional School Committee subcommittee approved the early dismissal

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Pump malfunction floods Mt. Hope

A sprinkler system breakdown and resulting flood at Mt. Hope High School last week caused nearly $100,000 in damage, of which the Bristol Warren Regional School District will pay upwards of $60,000. The School Committee Budget and Facilities subcommittee Monday approved first passage of the emergency repairs, which include a new pump to control the

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Mt. Hope named ‘Commended’ school

Mt. Hope High School has been making steady progress in recent years moving its way up the school ranks, and the school’s efforts have been rewarded with the state’s highest designation. The Bristol-Warren high school has achieved the “Commended” designation, placing it in the top 11 percent of schools in the state. “We’ve been working

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