Charlotte and Hinesburg Honor Roll: 2nd Semester 18-19

HIGH HONORS Magner Amsbary, Jacob T. Ashe, Maryn K. Askew, Ashton T. Barbeau, Henry C. Bijur, Samantha K. Blackmore, Aidan  Blasius, Katheryne Q. Boardman, Seth C. Boffa, Lillian M. Cazayoux, Elizabeth M. Charney, Isabel M. Cohen, Emma Comeau, Philip I. Davis, Phoebe B. Dennison, Margaret  Eagan, Schuyler M. Edgar Holmes, Ryann  Estey, Bay  Foley-Cox, Eva… Read More »

Waldorf hires new head of school

The Lake Champlain Waldorf School of Shelburne announced the hiring of Jas Darland in a newly-created head of school position. Darland will oversee all aspects of the school’s operations, strategic planning and growth. With a a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree from Franklin Pierce College, Darland founded and managed the… Read More »

Campus Notes: Aug. 29, 2019

GRADUATIONS 2019 Bates College (Lewiston, Maine) – Miles Lamberson of Hinesburg, Sociology Major, Spanish Minor Castleton University (Castleton, Vt.) – Kylie Laberge of Hinesburg, Bronwen Hopwood of Hinesburg, Madison Tieso of Charlotte Clemson University (Clemson, S.C.) – Jack Steven Gingras of Hinesburg, BS, Civil Engineering Colby College (Waterville, Maine) – Beatrice B. Woodruff of Charlotte,… Read More »

Mace leaving VSBA for law firm

Nicole Mace will be stepping down as the Executive Director of the Vermont School Boards Association in November 2019 to join a law firm in Burlington where her practice will focus on general education and special education law. Mace joined the Vermont School Boards Association in 2011 as the director of legal and policy services… Read More »

Mejia joins Snelling Center class

The Snelling Center for Government announced that John Mejia of Hinesburg and Andrea Sambrook of Dorset have been accepted into the Early Childhood Leadership Institute Class of 2019. Mejia works at the University of Vermont in Burlington and Sambrook is currently the director/owner of Annette’s Preschool in Hinesburg. The two join 24 other leaders from… Read More »

Graduates asked to embrace adversity and diversity

Graduates asked to embrace adversity and diversity

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer Light red, dark red, brick red, maroon, crimson, scarlet. Hues of red were the dominant colors signaling Redhawk loyalty inside the University of Vermont’s Patrick Gymnasium Friday as hundreds gathered for Champlain Valley Union High School’s graduation ceremony. Also in evidence, before the ceremony even began, was lots of hugging. People… Read More »

Hinesburg Community School graduates the class of 2019

Hinesburg Community School graduates the class of 2019

LUKE ZARZECKI Community News Service Just before her graduation last week, Hinesburg Community School eighth-grader Graycen Elkins wondered where the time had gone. “In the moment, it feels like it goes slow,” she said before the June 13 ceremony,  “but I can’t remember what happened to the time.” Parents, grandparents, friends and community members likely… Read More »

Charlotte Central School graduates: Travel the world

Charlotte Central School graduates: Travel the world

LIAM CREASER Community News Service Charlotte Central School’s 34 eighth graders sat excitedly in the corner of their gymnasium for the final time on June 13 as they prepared to move on with a ceremony before family, teachers and friends. The lights were dimmed at the start of the school’s graduation ceremony for a slideshow… Read More »

Mentors celebrate at Community Science Night

Mentors celebrate at Community Science Night

Mentors and mentees from the Connecting Youth mentoring program at Champlain Valley Union High School attended the Community Science Night March 21 at the ECHO Leahy Center. An annual celebration for local youth mentoring pairs from the Chittenden County Mentoring Network, the CVU group was part of more than 200 adult mentors and youth mentees from… Read More »

Youth attend leadership conference

Youth attend leadership conference

Forty middle school students from Hinesburg Community School and Charlotte Central School attended the Empower Youth Leadership Conference April 4 in South Burlington at the Holiday Inn. Along with others from schools around Vermont, the students participated in workshops throughout the day designed to build personal leadership skills. The conference began with the middle schoolers… Read More »

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