Today, state Senator Joan Hartley (D-Waterbury) welcomed the approval by Governor Ned Lamont and the State Bond Commission of $870,000 to fund the installation of an elevator adhering to ADA standards at Brass City Charter School, which serves children from Waterbury between pre-K to grade 8.
Brass City Charter School
State Senator Joan Hartley (D-15), a former educator, was enthusiastic to see the release of $492.43 million in federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funds throughout Connecticut, including over $46 million in funds to Waterbury, Naugatuck, and Middlebury schools.
L to R, Steve Elbaum (Robinson+Cole, Stamford), Andrew Sternlieb (Chairman, Brass City Charter School), Steve Goldman (Robinson+Cole’s Managing Partner), Dr. Barbara Ruggiero (Exec. Dir, Brass City Charter School) and Dave Panico (Robinson+Cole, Hartford).
The Brass City Charter School (BCCS) in Waterbury, CT has named a boardroom in its newly expanded facilities the “Robinson+Cole Boardroom” in recognition of pro bono work done on behalf of the school by Robinson+Cole.