Congratulations to the 2024 Charlotte Central School graduates

The community wishes the Charlotte Central School graduates all the best in their future endeavors. This year’s graduates are Charlie Adams, Nathaneal Bennett Akselrod, Alexander Andersson, Noah M. Blucher, Hazel Buchwald, Mavis Carr, Will Patton Cartwright, Aviana Centeno, Keller Companion, Leigh Cullen, Owen Daley, Rory J. Donahue, Patrick Stanley Donegan, Arthur Edwards, Solveig Chloe-River Feiker, Simon Ronald Mills Goldenbogen, Manya Lindsey Graczyk-Picard, Adela Grimm, Reed William Herlihy, Dahlia Anne Herrington, Story Alexander Holmes, Sawyer Arlington Jennings, Ellie Johnson, Odin Kallock, Ethan Hale Mazur, Wesley Ethan McManis, John Thomas Miner, Orly Nathan, Olivia Neilson, Theo Novak, Kayden Nelson O’Connell, Declan Pagnucco, Clover Emerson Rehbein, Kenneth T. Santor IV, Owen Scriver, Evie Smith, Myles Solomon, Kiley Sorrell, Peyton Sweet, Parker Trono and Seba Zeigfinger.

A message from assistant principal Amanda Riggleman
I hope this message finds you all well. It is with mixed emotions that I write to inform the community I have accepted an opportunity in a neighboring district leading curriculum and instruction work, which means that I will not be returning to Charlotte Central School next year.

I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to have served as assistant principal. Working with the incredible students, staff and caregivers has been an incredible privilege and a source of immense joy for me. Collectively there have been so many accomplishments to celebrate this year creating a supportive, nurturing and safe environment for all of our students to learn and thrive. It has truly been an honor to work alongside such dedicated professionals.

Please know that this decision was not easy; the memories and relationships I have formed during my time here will always hold a special place in my heart and I hope to stay connected with the special community here.

Positive behavioral interventions and supports pennies
At the end of every school year, the pennies earned from the positive behavioral interventions and supports program are added up. Then a handful of local charities are selected for students to vote on to choose where to give a donation.

This year, the students selected the Humane Society of Chittenden County as the winner. While there hasn’t been time to count all of the pennies, past years have raised anywhere from $200-$250 dollars to give away.
Congratulations to all of the Charlotte Central School students for “taking care of themselves, taking care of others and taking care of this place.”