As Charlotte became established, it made sense to divide the town into several school districts, each with its own school building, at a time when transportation around town most often was on foot.
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.
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 them. Caroline Yale began life in Charlotte on September 29, 1848, the youngest of five children of Deacon William Lyman Yale and Ardelia Strong.
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 new superintendent in April and officially stepped into the role last month.
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 and cafeteria does not have the same buzz as in the past.
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, and Meagan Roy, Director of Student Support Services, have developed an extensive plan that conforms to state recovery process requirements.
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.
The work of the Champlain Valley School District administration, teachers, and staff over the past six months resulted in a smooth opening of school on September 8. On opening day, 3,807 students were enrolled in classes, including 345 students in the remote model.
School starts this week, and Champlain Valley School District Superintendent Elaine Pinckney had some updates for the community.
What will the school day look like for Charlotte students, whether they’re at Charlotte Central School or Champlain Valley Union High School, this fall? Here’s some information from the Champlain Valley School District reopening web site.
The Shelburne based Suburbans, a Babe Ruth baseball team of 13- to
15-year-olds, began a shortened summer season on July 1 that will run through August 6.
The first day of school for Champlain Valley School District students is on the calendar as Wednesday August 26, but what the next school year looks like is still unknown.
Vermont Student Assistance Corp. is offering a free online webinar on how to appeal financial aid offers. It will take place on June 24 at 6 p.m. Students and families can participate via Zoom by registering or by visiting VSAC’s Facebook page. The webinar will be recorded and available for viewing at a later date.
It’s not the end of the school year without those waving ribbons! Teachers sent students off for summer with smiles and some excellent dance moves, and parents made signs to thank and celebrate teachers.
The CVSD Board met on Tuesday, May 19, to continue conversations on the measurement of school indicators that had begun in February, prior to the pandemic. These indicators are measures of the effectiveness of curriculum and instruction in general and are not designed to measure individual student progress.
On Tuesday, April 7, the Champlain Valley School District board met to discuss the evolution of the district’s plan for remote learning. Major topics discussed were the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic on the budget, provision of meals to students, mental health and special education services, internet and technology services, and overall equity among schools.
The past ten school days have certainly presented us all with a huge learning curve! While many parts of this learning have been deeply challenging and sad, so many aspects have been incredibly uplifting and encouraging.
The coronavirus is not dampening people’s spirits. Anica Gruber is one of those people. She is a ninth grader at Champlain Valley Union High School and we came to her with questions.