Posts filed under: Education

It may be hard to believe, but the school year has reached a midpoint of sorts in the latter half of the school year....
Vermont has a proud history of providing high-quality, equitable public education for children in our communities. It’s why our equity gaps are narrower than in many states. It’s why many...
Charlotte Central School shares mask and other updates....
In his 1991 Academy Award speech, George Lucas gave a shout-out to teachers: “All of us who make motion pictures are teachers, teachers with very loud voices....
Message from Charlotte Central School administrators ...
If your child will be five years old by Sept. 1, 2022, she/he is eligible to attend kindergarten....
Charlotte School teachers and staff approached the fall of 2021 with the expectation that the emergency response of the previous 18 months would be behind them. The elimination of remote...
The pandemic has brought two new phrases to the economy: The Great Resignation and The Big Quit. In both cases, people are redefining what they want in a job and...
As we look back on 2021, we are incredibly proud of our learning community. Their dedication, selflessness and perseverance through any and all adversities that come before them is admirable and...
Two board members oppose decision to approve controversial driveway....
The phrase, “The early bird catches the worm,” as defined by Dictionary.com, highlights “One who arrives first has the best chance for success.”...
For those who missed my first column, a quick review: My mother, a hardscrabble Kansas ranch girl with little formal education, spoke largely in idioms, pithy historical sayings, many of...
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) is hosting a webinar to provide more details about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding opportunities available through the Agency.  The webinar is designed to help homeowners replace failed drinking...
During a Board of School Directors meeting on Oct. 19, Charlotte resident Mary Golek read into the record an email on behalf of The Charlotte Community DEI Committee....
A group of five parents voiced concerns over aspects of the school district’s COVID-19 protocols at the Champlain Valley School District’s Board of School Districts’ regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov....
The following is a conversation with Meagan Roy, Director of Special Services and Jeff Evans , Director of Learning and Innovation for the Champlain Valley School District....
The Monopoly board game has the infamous “Go to Jail” corner space and Chance and Community Chest cards. The player is at a crossroads to pay $50 now, delay and...
CVSD accused of not doing enough to protect BIPOC students...
Proposed bond includes $4.7 million in renovations for Charlotte Central School...