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On Thursday, June 10, Charlotte Central School graduates of the class of 2021 and their families drove through the grounds of The Old Lantern Inn and Barn and were announced...
Last fall, Laurie Thompson from the Charlotte Trails Committee contacted me about doing a mural in the underpass beneath Route 7 in the section of the Town Link Trail between Mt....
Three hundred and fifty-nine Champlain Valley Union high school seniors walked across the stage Friday to receive their diplomas at the Champlain Valley Exposition. Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben &...
Phase 1 of construction began at Charlotte Central School this month to repair age-related and other damage to the building’s exterior. The school will also undergo improvements to its ventilation...
The April 27 CVSD Board meeting focused on the plan for the “restoration” of the school system after a year of pandemic operations. Jeff Evans, Director of Learning and Innovation,...
Five teachers at Charlotte Central School will be retiring next year after an average each of 30 years spent teaching.  All but one teacher had taught exclusively at CCS. As...
The CVSD Board of Directors is thrilled to announce that Mr. Rene Sanchez has accepted our offer to become the next superintendent of the Champlain Valley School District....
Dr. Liliana (Lili) Rodriguez has been appointed Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for the Champlain Valley School District. Dr. Rodriguez will begin her leadership duties on July 1, 2021....
As you are likely aware, we are being impacted now more than ever before by the effects of COVID on our CCS community....
As high school students start to choose next fall’s classes, the upperclassmen will soon be referred to as rising juniors or seniors. That new title makes college appear closer to...
Teachers from across the state were lined up outside Champlain Valley Union High School to receive their first dose of their COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday morning....
Kids of all ages are invited to sign up for Croak, Slither and Slide, a six-week exploration of frogs, snakes, salamanders, turtles and other reptiles and amphibians....
Because nearly all colleges have gone test-optional, students are expanding their college lists. This is resulting in more students being placed on wait lists. If a student is waitlisted at...
When President Obama’s oldest daughter, Malia, took a gap year after high school graduation in 2016, many wondered, “What is a gap year and why take it?”...
CVU girls continued their dominance over opponents over the Green Knights while the boys outscored South Burlington by 14 points in the second half....
By the end of March, colleges will be notifying high school seniors of their acceptances, while college students will be registering for their fall 2021 classes. Having an academic road...
The Charlotte Central School PTO, in collaboration with the CCS administration, is pleased to announce the development of the CCS Family Urgent Need Donations. ...
During this recent 2020–21 application season, all colleges have become test-optional, and many are already announcing that they will continue being test-optional for the upcoming 2021–22 application year....
Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary will hold its annual high school speech contest via Zoom on March 10 at 7:30 a.m....
Stephanie Sumner just finished what she described as the best professional development experience she’s ever had. Sumner has been the lead principal at Charlotte Central School since 2017....