Early last year, as Charlotte Central School was preparing to ease out of the pandemic, the school and the town revealed in a survey that they hoped a priority would be the building of community at Charlotte Central School.
If an athletic team dropped in rankings from number 2 to 18 in just a year, would alarm bells go off? This unprecedented decline is the case of Columbia University in New York City.
Charlotte Central School recently held its 2022-2023 school year Open House for the community. Many families and caregivers participated in the event and were able to connect with the various educational teams.
What constitutes a “good” education? How important are athletics and extracurriculars to a child’s school experience? Who benefits from learning outdoors?
Charlotte Central School took time last Friday afternoon to reflect on how far students have come to reacclimate or orient to school routines.
“Stop by after class,” is my phrase at the end of class, “with questions, thoughts and updates.”
Mountain Lake PBS is holding the fourth Beyond the Peaks student film festival during the 2022-23 school year.fil
Coming off of a successful season last year, the RoboHawks, Champlain Valley Union High School’s robotics team, are preparing for the upcoming season.
The multi-media event was a joint celebration with CVU and the Flynn Theater
Charlotte Central School had a rousing start to the school year.
The morning was a bit cloudy but the front entrance to Charlotte Central School was bright, lit by hundreds of smiling faces.
There is so much excitement in being admitted to a dream college or getting the ideal job; however, this is just the initial step to begin building networking opportunities.
Stanford University has the supplemental essay prompt, “Write a note to your future roommate that reveals something about you or that will help your roommate — and us — get to know you better.”
Champlain Valley School District will be able to provide free meals to children 18 and younger through Aug. 12.
Long road trips typically include noticing the various college stickers on the back of car windows. This can be a conversation starter: Where is that school?
On Thursday night, June 9, 44 students graduated from the eighth grade at Charlotte Central School, an occasion that was marked with just the right amounts of pomp, circumstance and humor.
Courtney Krahn has been appointed as the Charlotte Central School assistant principal.
Thirty minutes before the ceremony marking the conclusion of 285 Champlain Valley Union students high school careers,
The morning light is indecisive, still introspective, unsure about whether to go ahead and be a full-fledged day. But downstairs under the main floor of Champlain Valley Union High School in the fitness center it’s high noon, filled with music pumping and shouts of encouragement — even though it says 6 a.m. on the wall clock.
The last two weeks at Charlotte Community School have been a study in contrasts.