Hinesburg Community School welcomes new teachers

Hinesburg Community School welcomes new teachers

Ericka Bickford, fourth grade teacher, has previously taught second and third grade. She is looking forward to this new challenge, working with an age group that is very capable of learning the interesting topics she’ll get to teach. Before becoming a teacher, Bickford worked in human resources, and notes that teaching is “the most challenging, […]

College Counseling Corner

Senior year is about to begin! By Sarah Soule Summer is quickly drawing to a close and students will soon be returning to school. Seniors will soon finalize their lists of colleges and universities to which they will be applying, and juniors are on the verge of embarking on the college search process in earnest. […]

Kudos

University of New England, Biddeford, ME Michael Patnaude of Charlotte was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2016 semester. Champlain College, Burlington The following students were named to the dean’s list for the spring 2016 semester: Nicholas Margetic of Hinesburg. Margetic is majoring in graphic design & digital media. Curran McKee of Charlotte. […]

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University of Colorado, Boulder Colorado Madison Wetmiller of Shelburne was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2016 semester. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware Elspeth Grasso of Shelburne was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2016 semester. Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI Greer Storey of Shelburne was named to the dean’s list […]

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University of Delaware, Newark, DE Johanna Pinney of Charlotte was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2016 semester. Kent State University, Kent, OH Cara Welch of Hinesburg graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science from the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. She was also named to the dean’s list for […]

Youngsters Study Red Wigglers at Mater Christi Summer Camp

Youngsters Study Red Wigglers at Mater Christi Summer Camp

Mrs. Patrice Rogers, one of the leaders of Little Adventures “Going Green” Summer Camp, arrived one morning with a mysterious-looking container to show to her students. The children, who were in the middle of eating cupcakes to celebrate a classmate’s birthday, quickly put the treats aside to investigate the container’s contents. It was then that […]

Challenging CVU’s strongest academic achievers

By Lia Cravedi for the CVU Communications Committee Last month, we provided an overview of Standards Based Learning, followed by a closer look at how CVU supports students who are struggling to meet the standards identified as critical to future  success. This month we are focusing on students for whom academic pursuits come more readily. […]

CVUHS Fitness Center open this summer

The CVUHS Fitness Center will be open from June 20 until August 12 for six hours per day. These hours will be divided into two sets of three hours each, in the morning and afternoon, in order to ensure that as many as possible can use the facility. Start Date: Monday, June 20 Days: Monday-Friday […]

Greek Games come to Shelburne

Greek Games come to Shelburne

By Melinda Haselton Lake Champlain Waldorf School (LCWS) hosted a multi-school Pentathlon on Friday, May 27 at the Field House in Shelburne. Over 75 fifth grade students from six Waldorf schools in Vermont, New Hampshire and New York competed in javelin, discus throwing, long jump, 50-yard dash, and wrestling. The students, organized in city-state teams—Sparta, […]