The Spartan Chronicle

Shepaug Clubs During Pandemic

Ryan Waganblas and Tara Stanley February 25, 2021

Shepaug Valley School has decided to allow school clubs to stay up and running during the Coronavirus pandemic, which has raised some concerns from the community. To ensure safety, the school has set in...

The New and Creative SVS Dramatics Production of 2020

Adriana Barile February 25, 2021

  In the face of all the new obstacles that the year 2020 has presented us, the SVS Theatre department has persevered and in the midst of it all found a creative way to present their newest play...

Shepaug Student Creates Timely Illustrated Observations

Shepaug Student Creates Timely Illustrated Observations

Adriana Barile December 20, 2020

Senior Adriana Barile, through her Senior Project, will be sharing her talents as an illustrator with the Chronicle.  She is creating a series of comics that reflect the era we live in.  We will be sharing...

Shepaug students excel in the ASAP! 10th Annual Young Photographers Celebration.

Shepaug students excel in the ASAP! 10th Annual Young Photographers Celebration.

December 18, 2020

Three Shepaug students had their photographic work selected for exhibition at ASAP!’s 10th Annual Young Photographers Celebration. ASAP!’s annual event provides students in grades 6-12 the opportunity...

CANCELED: Shepaug to Stage Little Shop of Horrors!

CANCELED: Shepaug to Stage Little Shop of Horrors!

Henry James and Michelle Manafy February 23, 2020

Shepaug Dramatics is proud to bring Little Shop of Horrors to the stage at Shepaug Valley School from Friday, March 13 through Sunday, March 15. This musical sci-fi comedy centers around Seymour, a down-on-his-luck...

Winter 84 Hour Film Challenge – Betrayal

Shepaug Video Club, Reporter December 19, 2019
The Shepaug Valley School video production club participated in the Fall 84 Hour Film Challenge. See there video here!
POSTPONED: Shepaug Dramatics Presents: Big Fish (The Musical)

POSTPONED: Shepaug Dramatics Presents: Big Fish (The Musical)

Henry James, Reporter April 2, 2019

Shepaug Dramatics is proud to bring Big Fish to the stage at Shepaug Valley School on Friday, April 5th through Sunday, April 7th. Big Fish is based on Daniel Wallace's 1998 novel Big Fish: A Novel...

Picasso and Einstein walk into a bar...

Picasso and Einstein walk into a bar…

Henry James, Editor December 13, 2018
This weekend, Shepaug Dramatics will be presenting Picasso at the Lapin Agile, a comedy by Steve Martin. Come see this spectacular work, directed by Tim DiRosa, a Shepaug graduate.

The All-American High School Film Festival brings student filmmakers together

Henry James, Reporter/Editor December 1, 2018
The All-American High School Film Festival is the top destination for talented high school filmmakers where there is a goal to connect the filmmakers of the future with the rewards, respect, and recognition they deserve.

Witch’s Dungeon Spooks Connecticut Residents this Halloween

Thomas Bachelier and Tiernan Crossley October 30, 2018
The Witch's Dungeon in Bristol is a classic movie museum filled with scary life-size figures and original movie props. But don't get it twisted, it's not a haunted house, but instead a house of horror educating visitors about some frightening classics.

Shakesperience Brings Theatre to Local High Schools

Henry James and Alexa Kotas April 10, 2018
Shakesperience Productions is a 22-year-old company which brings life to shows such as Hamlet, the Jungle Book, and Romeo and Juliet. They create interactive theater to perform at schools and at other venues across the state. So, why is Shakespeare such a big deal? Why would a company dedicate its mission to spreading the words of an author who died over 400 years ago?

Oktoberfest arrives at the New Milford Green

Kayla Amorosa and Mallory Noone October 23, 2017
Oktoberfest is traditionally a festival held annually in Germany. However, central europeans aren’t the only ones that get to celebrate in the festivities.
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