John Read Middle School

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John Read Middle School is a public middle school with grades 5 to 8 in Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut, in the United States. The principal is Diane Martin. The vice principal is Darlene Wallin. In 2008, one of the school's students won the National Football League's Punt, Pass, and Kick challenge in Giants stadium for her age range. The FPA's (Fine and Practical Arts) include CPR, MCA (Cultural Art) Music, Project Adventure, and others. Ir al mapa ⬆⬆

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Puedes encontrar por los alrededores puntos de interés y lugares relacionados con Localidades / Poblaciones, Roman Catholic churches completed in 1882, Protected areas established in 1956, Religious organizations established in 1905, qué ver / turismo / arquitectura y monumentos / castillos, Localidades / Poblaciones / Aldeas, División Administrativa / Condados, Servicios / Formación pública o privada

Localidades / Poblaciones

  1. Wilton (Connecticut)
  2. Georgetown (Connecticut)
  3. Redding (Connecticut)
  4. Ridgefield (Connecticut)
  5. Ridgefield (condado de Fairfield, Connecticut)
  6. Weston (Connecticut)
  7. Bethel (Connecticut)
  8. Newtown (condado de Fairfield, Connecticut)
  9. Westbrook Center (Connecticut)
  10. Watch Hill (Rhode Island)
  11. Easton (Connecticut)
  12. Newtown (Connecticut)

Roman Catholic churches completed in 1882

  1. Saint Mary Church (Bethel, Connecticut)

Protected areas established in 1956

  1. Seth Low Pierrepont State Park Reserve

Religious organizations established in 1905

  1. St. Joseph Church (Danbury, Connecticut)

qué ver / turismo / arquitectura y monumentos / castillos

  1. Castillo Hearthstone

Localidades / Poblaciones / Aldeas

  1. Branchville (Ridgefield)

División Administrativa / Condados

  1. Condado de Fairfield (Connecticut)

Servicios / Formación pública o privada

  1. Wilton High School

Otros lugares de interés

  1. Danbury (Connecticut)

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