Charlotte students beam questions to space

Charlotte students beam questions to space

The Charlotte Central School multi-purpose room, the site of decades of school plays, middle school dances, and first-grade gym classes, was transformed into a portal to the galaxy as students videoconferenced with astronauts aboard the International Space Station. Last week, as part of NASA’s ISS Educational Downlink program, 175 middle school students plus teachers, school… Read More »

Still time to sign up tweens and teens for outdoor summer opportunities

Two programs, sponsored by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and University of Vermont Extension 4-H, offer opportunities for young people to make friends, learn outdoor skills and have fun. Green Mountain Conservation Camps and Natural Resources Management Academy have a few openings remaining for youth interested in conservation, outdoor recreation, wildlife and orienteering. Green… Read More »

St. Michael’s announces Hall of Fame inductees

Williston resident David Antonioli is set to be inducted into the St. Michael’s College Athletic Hall of Fame, the college recently announced. The South Burlington native is the all-time leading scorer in the St. Michael’s men’s soccer program. The 1996 alumnus finished his career with 112 points and 49 goals and was a four-time Northeast-10… Read More »

CCS scene stealers

CCS scene stealers

Chloe Silverman (Lily), Jacob Russell (Rooster) and Finnegan Mittlestadt (Miss Hannigan) belt out “Easy Street” during the Charlotte Central School production of Annie Jr., directed by Alison Talis. Middle school students performed the play five times over the course of the April 12 weekend.

School board reorganizes, targets school buildings for upgrades

On town meeting day Champlain Valley School District voters approved the $76.8 million budget. Voters also agreed to allocate $819,665 that was unspent from a bond to update the Shelburne Community school. Previously Shelburne voters approved a $9.25 million construction bond used to renovate Shelburne Community School in 2016-17. Work was completed last fall with… Read More »

Author goes to school

Author goes to school

Author Christian Burch, of Jackson, Wyo. has written several books for youngsters including “The Manny Files” series about a man nanny. He visited Charlotte Central School this week where he read to fifth graders from one of his books and enjoyed juice and cookies. Burch is uncle to many nieces and nephews including CCS students… Read More »

Teachers can go to summer camp to learn about wildlife

Teachers can go to summer camp to learn about wildlife

Vermont’s popular hands-on fish and wildlife summer course will get teachers out into Vermont’s streams, forests and wetlands with some of the state’s leading natural resource experts July 15-20 at the Buck Lake Conservation Camp in Woodbury. Now in its 33rd year, “Wildlife Management and Outdoor Education Techniques for Educators,” is a one-week, three-credit graduate course taught by Vermont Fish & Wildlife and other Agency of… Read More »

Winning argument

Winning argument

The Champlain Valley Union High School debate team captains, Abby Rosenthal and Peter Trombley, recently won first place in the Vermont State Debate Championship. Their coach, Chris O’Donnell, was awarded Coach of the Year honors in her last year before retirement. In addition to the captains, other team members who participated in the state competition… Read More »

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