A Music Teacher at Warren Harding High School in Bridgeport has been named the Connecticut Teacher of the Year. Sheena Graham is the choir director at Warren Harding, while also teaching black history chorale, peer leadership, theatre, piano, and performing arts. Graham graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in music education from Western Connecticut State University and earned master’s degrees from St. Joseph University and Southern Connecticut State University. The Ansonia native has...
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