Posts filed under: Education

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...
My mother, a hardscrabble Kansas ranch girl with little formal education, spoke in idioms, pithy historical sayings, many of which made no sense....
Buying a house and paying for college are two of the biggest expenses for families. To help people decide, there are various rankings; however, each list typically focuses on different...
A new school year continues to bring new challenges to the Champlain Valley School District (CVSD) in dealing with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic....
The Champlain Valley School District (CVSD) is developing an equity audit to be concluded by the spring....
Education is known as being the key to success. However, the pandemic has changed the way we think about learning and interaction....
No person should be restricted or defined by disabilities. Society seems to have few expectations of people with disabilities such as deafness, perhaps ascribing a lack of ability to overcome...
New Champlain Valley School District Superintendent Rene Sanchez revealed COVID-19 protocols for the fall semester at the Aug. 17 CVSD Board of School Directors regular meeting. Sanchez was hired as...
The “Ready for School” advertising campaigns for supplies, clothing and dorm gear are full steam ahead across all media. However, following this year of untraditional learning, returning to the classroom...
Back to school already? With colleges opening in a month or so, now is the time to develop your campus checklist. Use colorful pens, add doodles and create thought bubbles...
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 &...