George Bielizna

George Bielizna – Danbury Head Baseball Umpire

George Bielizna has been a major factor in Danbury’s early success this season. On Friday night, he earned the win against New Canaan and has not allowed an earned run in 27 innings this year.

At the upcoming FCIAC tournament, the Hatters hope to maintain their excellent start and remain in contention for a playoff spot. George Bielizna will have an important role to play in this endeavor.

Early Life and Education

Early childhood education is a crucial aspect of a child’s development that will have lasting effects on their learning and academic achievement throughout life.

At this age, children’s brains develop rapidly, making it an ideal time for them to build foundational social and emotional skills. This is especially true of young children who experience dramatic biological brain growth from birth until age six.

It is no secret that children possess an inborn curiosity and desire to explore their environment. Therefore, creating a nurturing environment in which these little ones can develop is so crucial for their wellbeing.

Professional Career

RIDGEFIELD — Even though george Bielizna isn’t particularly fond of basketball, he can’t help but get excited at the prospect of returning to his alma mater and watching his beloved team in action. Plus, as one of only a few collegiate players to be in his department every year since the mid 90s, Bielizna continues to reap rewards with each new faculty and student body arrival.

Personal Life

Bielizna, who had coached and taught at New Fairfield for 10 years before joining Ridgefield’s staff last season, has a deep-seated passion for teaching. He says the best part of his job is watching students’ faces light up during class. In his free time he enjoys playing golf and spending time with his wife Ann; they have two sons named Brendan and George. A graduate of the University of Connecticut, he currently resides in Bridgeport where he serves as college Division I baseball umpire for colleges throughout the Northeast.

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