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Donna Christopher

Contributing Writer dchristopher@dailyvoice.com
Donna Christopher covers schools and lifestyles in New York and Connecticut for Daily Voice Plus. Before starting at Daily Voice, she served as a reporter for the New Canaan Advertiser (2017-2019), first for HAN Network and then for Hearst Media. She worked as a content curator at Daily Voice from 2015-2017, and as a reporter at VerdictSearch from 2013-2015; and was a staff writer at Hearst Media for The News-Times (2004-2013).

Donna has won four Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists awards. Donna has a B.A. in political science from Western Connecticut State University, and an A.A. in liberal arts from Norwalk Community College.

You can find more information about Donna in her MuckRack portfolio.

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  1. Two- Way Parent-Teacher Communication Is Key Tip Among Advice From Fairfield County Principal

    Two- Way Parent-Teacher Communication Is Key Tip Among Advice From Fairfield County Principal

    One of the best ways to improve your child's education is to make sure to have two-way communication with their teacher. It's a key strategy among several suggestions from one of Fairfield County's new principal.Klara Monaco shared her tips shortly after taking over as Glenville School principal Aug. 5. Greenwich Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones announced her ...

  2. Fairfield Addiction Specialist: 'Hopelessness' Hurts Recovery, Could Make Us Drink Too Much

    Fairfield Addiction Specialist: 'Hopelessness' Hurts Recovery, Could Make Us Drink Too Much

    Does your "five o'clock somewhere" come in the middle of the afternoon in COVID-19 work-from-home quarantine? The stress is too much for some of us and impacts people in alcohol recovery.Someone trying to maintain sobriety is especially challenged right now, said John Hamilton, who is the CEO/president of Liberation Programs, Inc., a behavioral health organization that treats substance ...

  3. Still Time To Register, Safe Voting Bill Passes In Connecticut

    Still Time To Register, Safe Voting Bill Passes In Connecticut

    If you haven't already done it, here's where to register to vote online. The voting deadlines are Tuesday, Oct. 27 (received) by mail and Tuesday, Oct. 27 in person. Not sure if you're registered? Check online at voter registration lookup here.Concerned about your safety when voting? The Senate approved House Bill 6002, "An Act Concerning Absentee Voting At The 2020 State Election And ...

  4. Westchester Schools: County's Reopening Report Out, Meet Irvington Player Headed To Yale in '21

    Westchester Schools: County's Reopening Report Out, Meet Irvington Player Headed To Yale in '21

    Has he fallen behind? Will she be bullied? Parents have more than enough to worry about. Add the fear of contracting COVID-19 at school, and it all seems like too much. Westchester parents, though, now have a seven-page reference report to find answers to most of the hard questions.  Questions and answers like these: Will my child have to quarantine when we get back from ...

  5. Westchester County Working Group Will Assist Schools In Fall Reopening

    Westchester County Working Group Will Assist Schools In Fall Reopening

    Perhaps the biggest decision Westchester County school districts have faced in recent weeks is how to safely reopen.A government task force is in place to help schools develop their plans providing support around the areas of public health, emergency preparedness and response. This working group will assist in the purchase of personal protective equipment, suggest vendors for ...

  6. Around Westchester County: Voting Discussed, Rent Help

    Around Westchester County: Voting Discussed, Rent Help

    Long lines and delayed results from mail-in ballots were just some of the problems for Westchester County voters in the June 23 primary election and are big concerns for County and Board of Election (BOE) officials who have been meeting to discuss ways to improve things for November.The Board of Legislators met with BOE commissioners Wednesday, July 29, in a public meeting. Though ...

  7. Teens Hope Their Signs With Anti-Racism Messages Around Westchester Bring Changes

    Teens Hope Their Signs With Anti-Racism Messages Around Westchester Bring Changes

    A fundraiser and public relations effort among a handful of Westchester teenagers is bringing their anti-racism ideals and messages right to the front door of community members. Called signs4change it is a grassroots campaign that calls upon artists who support the Black Lives Matter movement and make their feelings known on social media to create signs that carry such messages as ...

  8. Newly Appointed Superintendent In Westchester Walks Into Role With 'Humility And Pride'

    Newly Appointed Superintendent In Westchester Walks Into Role With 'Humility And Pride'

    The new leader of a Westchester school district has a long career in education - he’s entering his 40th year - and no shortage of enthusiasm.Dr. Joel Adelberg was appointed superintendent in Bedford Central School District. He said he’s taking on the role with “humility and pride,” in the Board of Education’s announcement this week. An Armonk resident, he grew up in Brooklyn ...

  9. Here's A Fun, Easy Way To Break The Boring Streak And Help Fairfield County Children In Crisis

    Here's A Fun, Easy Way To Break The Boring Streak And Help Fairfield County Children In Crisis

    If your kids are complaining they're bored, it's time to break the monotonous routine. Here's a way that seems fun, can engage the whole family and can help other kids whose lives are much direr.Kids in Crisis in Cos Cob invites all county residents to download a free app today and join a Scavenger Hunt. The fun started Monday, July 27 but it's not too late — you have two weeks to ...

  10. Grace Farms Continues With PPE, Food Mission, Will Reopen To Public When 'Safe'

    Grace Farms Continues With PPE, Food Mission, Will Reopen To Public When 'Safe'

    You cannot walk the meandering trails on the 80-acre property in New Canaan nor settle in for lunch at The Commons or walk through the common space to admire the SANAA building and drink in its sleek sloping glass and steel architecture under one metal roof — on a hill that suggests it is floating on a river.But make no mistake, while temporarily closed for the public's safety, ...

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