Greenwich elementary students in limbo

? Renovations to the Hamilton Avenue School have complicated life for not only its own students but also for students at Glenville School, who were

GREENWICH - ? Renovations to the Hamilton Avenue School have complicated life for not only its own students but also for students at Glenville School, who were split up and sent to four other schools.

Glenville School began renovations this summer. Its students were supposed to study in modular classrooms behind the building. However, those are now filled with students from Hamilton Avenue School.

The school district hopes the Hamilton Avenue students will be back in their own building in October, when Glenville?s students will be able to return to their home turf.

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