Posts filed under: CCS

A “yes” vote on Act 46 by the Chittenden South Supervisory Union (CSSU), Champlain Valley Union School District and school districts for five towns—Charlotte, Hinesburg, Shelburne, St. George and Williston—will...
Directed by Charlotte's own Ben Recchia, “Seussical” comes to the CCS stage April 7, 8, and 9. ...
Time to register your child for kindergarten at CCS! Your child's future is just a call away....
Charting a course from the shores of West Africa to the hills of Grafton, Vermont, Jane Beck (pictured left), founder of the Vermont Folklife Center, followed the myriad family history...
Happy (belated) birthday, Dr. Seuss! In light of this whimsical author’s birthday on Mar. 2, CCS will present “Seussical” on Apr. 7, 8, and 9. ...
Through the CY program, all students in Chittenden County have the opportunity to spend one hour a week with a mentor doing whatever they want. Kayla Fysh, a fifth grade...
Educator Andy Smith helps students make music and memories...
The administrators were creative, thoughtful and thorough in examining every line item of the CCS budget. They began the process by determining priorities to ensure we continue to provide our...
Facing declining enrollment and the impending shift in the allowable growth percentage, how does CCS build a roughly $8 million budget?...
The second part of Act 46 is swaying the budgeting process currently under way for next year—the so called “allowable growth percentage.” ...
On Wednesday, Dec. 9, just after 11:30 a.m., fire and emergency crews were summoned to inspect a reported antifreeze spill from the furnace at Charlotte Central School. ...
If you read about the copier bid section you will realize how the CSSU District does not care about saving us taxpayers money! ...
The last item in the principal’s report was current enrollment for grades K-8, which has decreased from 412 to 367. A brief discussion followed centered on the significant decrease in...
In the middle, a twisted mass of fence wire outlines what looks like three clouds, while straighter wires function as support on the periphery. Milling around this wild framework on...
The Charlotte School Board and new administrators Barbara Anne Komons-Montroll and Stephanie Sumner met over the summer and continue to work to align staffing with student needs and changing enrollment....
Warm and friendly in person, Komons-Montroll may be ideally suited for this kind of bridge-building at CCS. After all, she and CCS’s other new administrator, instructional leader Stephanie Sumner, ...
CCS’s new administrative team has wasted little time in getting down to business. Just over a month after starting, new lead principal Barbara Anne Komons-Montroll and instructional leader Stephanie Sumner...
Former Alpha-6 students Courtney McDermott, Elyse Martin-Smith, Stella Martenis and Molly Rubin gave a tour of the CCS compost shed to the UVM Composting Ecology and Management class from the...