Annual holiday fair at Waldorf School

Annual holiday fair at Waldorf School

With Thanksgiving just passed, the holiday season is now underway. Along with it come holiday fairs. The Lake Champlain Waldorf School will be holding its annual Holiday Fair on Dec. 2 and 3 at its Turtle Lane campus. As in previous years, Friday evening is focused on adults and older teens with an artisan market.… Read More »

Waldorf School delivers early Thanksgiving

Waldorf School delivers early Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving came early in Shelburne. This past weekend, the third- through eigth-grade students at Lake Champlain Waldorf School collected hundreds of grocery bags filled with food and toiletries to donate to the Harbor House and Shelburne Food Shelf. Each year, as part of the school’s Thanksgiving tradition, students and parents gather and collect food to… Read More »

HCS Board gets update on mock election

Dog owners in Hinesburg will likely get a surprise next spring when they receive new tags for their canines. During a portion of last Tuesday’s Hinesburg Community School’s Principals’ Report, details of a mock election for the school’s youngest students were shared with the Board. Students in kindergarten through second grade held a contest to… Read More »

CVU senior class awarded privileges

Champlain Valley Union High School’s Class of 2017 received senior privileges after school directors voted to approve the plan. During a presentation by Senior Class President Max Pudvar during last Tuesday’s CVU School Board meeting, Pudvar noted that 83 percent of the Class of 2017 handed in the signed form, informing the high school that… Read More »

Charlotte School Board OKs flooring contract

By the start of the new year, the Charlotte Central School’s second floor is slated to have a new floor installed. Following a unanimous vote last Tuesday, the Board agreed to fund a $30,000 floor replacement project for the second-floor classroom hallway, according to information from Central School Principal Barbara-Anne Komons-Montroll. The project is slated… Read More »

Hinesburg Community School to perform “Into the Woods JR.”

Hinesburg Community School to perform “Into the Woods JR.”

The autumn leaves should lead the way to the Hinesburg Community School musical play. “Into the Woods JR.”, an adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s and James Lapine’s Tony Award-winning musical, is a cockeyed and lyrical retelling of classic Brothers Grimm fairytales featuring all your favorite characters: Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and his beanstalk, and… Read More »

Young writers project

About the Project Young Writers Project is an independent nonprofit based in Burlington that engages students to write, helps them improve and connects them with authentic audiences in newspapers, before live audiences and on web sites, youngwritersproject.org, vtdigger.org, vpr.net, medium.com, cowbird.com and more. Young Writers Project also publishes a digital magazine, The Voice, and an… Read More »

CVU expands Connecting Youth Mentoring Program

CVU expands Connecting Youth Mentoring Program

Since the start of the new school year, mentoring coordinator Amanda Payne has been working hard to launch an expansion of the Connecting Youth Mentoring Program at Champlain Valley Union High School. CY is a community-based organization whose mission is to promote a culture that develops in youth the power and conviction to make healthy… Read More »

Albany Berkshire Ballet celebrates 42 years of the Nutcracker at the Flynn

Albany Berkshire Ballet celebrates 42 years of the Nutcracker at the Flynn

A Burlington holiday tradition since 1974, Albany Berkshire Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” has been captivating audiences with its magic and wonderment. The enduring production returns to the Flynn MainStage on Nov. 26 and 27. This enchanting ballet unites children from all over Vermont to perform with professional dancers at the legendary Flynn Theater. Albany Berkshire Ballet,… Read More »