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Havemeyer Field & Greenwich Common
Bolling Pl & Arch St, Greenwich, CT 06830
Havemeyer Field & Greenwich Common refers to the open space that stretches from behind the administrative officeMore building of the Board of Education to Town Hall.

Greenwich Common, the green space next to Greenwich Avenue, as well as the playground and athletic field are open to the public. A large evergreen there serves as the town's Christmas tree at the annual lighting.

Use of the fenced-in Havemeyer Field behind Town Hall requires a permit from the Department of Parks & Recreation.
Greenwich Board of Education
290 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

The Board of Education is an elected body that serves to maintain and improve the town's public school system. TheMore bipartisan board is made up of eight members, each serving a four year term.

Each November, the board elects three members to serve as chairman, vice chairman and secretary. The board meets weekly during the school year and on special occasions during the summer months.

Greenwich Council of Parent Teacher Associations
290 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

Greenwich Council of Parent Teacher Associations is the overarching council for the town's 15 public schools, and itsMore purpose is to advocate on behalf of the students, promote communication, and support the continual improvement and refurbishment of schools throughout the Greenwich Public School System.

The council is comprised of the PTA Council Executive Board and Committee Chairpersons, the PTA Co-Presidents from each school, the Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent of Schools, each school principal and the President of the Greenwich Education Association.

Meetings usually take place at at Town Hall on the first Friday of the month throughout the school year.

Friends of Greenwich Point
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830

The mission of Friends of Greenwich Point, which started as an advisory board to the Board of Selectmen, is toMore protect and preserve the natural environment of Greenwich Point and its facilities through stewardship and public education.

The nonprofit service organization coordinates a number of programs year-round, including habitat restoration projects, traffic restricted Sundays in winter, scholarships and educational programs and summer concerts. Bird walks take place on the first Sunday of each month from 9am - 11am. Interested participants are asked to meet at the southern food concession. Membership forms and information is available on the website.

Labor Relations Department
101 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, CT 06830
The Labor Relations Department negotiates and administers all bargaining agreements between the Town of Greenwich andMore all employee organizations representing Town employees and non-certified staff at the Board of Education. Alfred C. Cava acts as the town's First Selectman, negotiating collective bargaining under Connecticut's Municipal Employee Relations Act (MERA).
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