J.M. Wright Technical High School reopens in Stamford after 5 years

Gov. Dannel Malloy was on hand to cut

Gov. Dannel Malloy was on hand to cut the ribbon and reopen the school on Bridge Street in Stamford. (August 27, 2014 6:50 PM)

J.M. Wright Technical High School officially reopened Wednesday after being shut down five years ago.

Gov. Dannel Malloy was on hand to cut the ribbon and reopen the school on Bridge Street in Stamford. The school closed in 2009 due to budget problems and low enrollment. Local lawmakers say the school was reopened because of the need for a trade school in Stamford.

School officials say...

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