Heartworks, Renaissance, and Endeavour Schools have been recognized for accreditation with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. This achievement is the culmination of a comprehensive effort, led by Cara Simone, Director of Academic Programs and Operations. Simone has spearheaded this initiative that marks a milestone in the school’s 28-year history. “Our schools have […]
Two Shelburne Community School teams were winners at the Vermont Destination Imagination competition held at Burlington High School on March 19. Both teams qualified for the Global Finals in Tennessee in May.
Email accounts within Chittenden South Supervisory Union and member schools were compromised last week. CSSU Chief Operations Officer Bob Mason informed parents, students and employees that the sequence of events began when an employee accessed free Wi-Fi from an unprotected site, allowing information to be stolen. Once hackers had access to the system, they sent […]
As your CVU school board representatives, we wish to extend our sincere appreciation for your support of the Champlain Valley Union High School budget this year. We understand how difficult it is to balance the needs of the community and local schools with those of your own families. Thanks in great part to your generosity, […]
Julia Proft, a senior at Connecticut College, has been named a Winthrop Scholar, the highest academic honor bestowed by the college. Winthrop Scholars are members of the senior class who demonstrate exceptional scholarship and promise. Proft is a 2012 graduate of Champlain Valley Union High School and is the daughter of Jim and Marie Proft […]
With voter approval of the Shelburne Community School construction project in hand, board members heard an update during their Feb. 16 regular meeting on how plans for the building were proceeding. Last November, Shelburne voters approved a $2.39 million bond for roof replacement at the school and overwhelmingly gave the thumbs up to a $6.86 […]
Board member Cathy Keim of Williston was misquoted in last week’s “Ramifications of marijuana legalization and CVU student use” story. In the school board meeting on Feb. 16, Keim said legalizing pot “will not be” a boon for Vermont’s economy. We published the opposite.
by Candy Padula, CVU theatre program director The Champlain Valley Union High School Theatre Program presents Student Directed Scenes & One-Acts, a biennial event. Student directors will be presenting four comedy one-acts on Friday and Saturday March 11 and 12 at 7:30pm, and 2pm on Sunday, March 13. Tickets are $6 for students and children […]
By Sarah Soule Area high school students often ponder about standardized testing such as the SAT and the ACT. They further wonder what they should do about the College Board’s Subject Tests. The Subject Tests are the only tests that students are able to personally choose the content area they want to take. I encourage […]
Staff report Champlain Valley Union High School Business Ethics class raised more than $2,000 for the Make-a-Wish foundation at their 8th annual Family Formal Jan. 17. Student Koko Vercessi said it was a fun, family-friendly event that gave families a chance to dress up, listen and dance to fantastic music, have dinner, enjoy plenty of […]