Shelburne Community School awarded Fuel Up to Play 60 grant

Shelburne Community School awarded Fuel Up to Play 60 grant

Shelburne Community School was recently awarded $3,003 to support its Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative. The school was selected from among hundreds of schools across the country that applied for funding to help them jumpstart, and sustain, healthy nutrition and physical activity habits. This nationwide funding program awards grants to support activities including foodservice […]

Shelburne Community School bike train is back

Shelburne Community School bike train is back

The Shelburne Community School bike train will roll through Shelburne once again on Fridays starting May 20 and continuing weekly until the end of the school year. Students and parents are welcome to ride along with the bike train that travels through Shelburne, picking up kids on their bikes along the way. The train starts on […]

Local college student wins academic prizes

Congratulations to Lauren A. King, daughter of Gretchen and John King of Shelburne, who received the Kirkland Prize in Mathematics, The Mary McMaster Hallock Prize in Science and The Underwood Prize in Chemistry at Hamilton College’s annual Class & Charter Day on May 9. The Kirkland Prize in Mathematics, established by Abigail R. Kirkland, is […]

Champlain College students graduate

Congratulations to the following students, who graduated from Champlain College’s Class of 2016 on Saturday, May 14. The rain held off and sunny skies shone over the ceremony under a tent at the Edmunds School in Burlington. 562 associate and bachelor degrees were awarded to one of the largest graduating class in the College’s history. […]

Act 46 vote approaches, Selectboards hold informational meetings

With the vote on the proposed Champlain South Supervisory Union about two-and-a half weeks away, the Charlotte and Hinesburg Selectboards and residents gathered at their respective meetings, listening to an overview of the heavily-touted merger. Mark McDermott, chairman of the Charlotte Central School school board, addressed the local Selectboard May 9. Colleen MacKinnon, a member […]

Shelburne students honored at Vermont History Day

Shelburne students honored at Vermont History Day

Vermont History Day, created by the Vermont Historical Society, honored several Shelburne students and residents on April 2 at U-32 High School in East Montpelier. Lena Ashooh, a student at Shelburne Community School, won third place in the Junior Individual Documentary Category with her documentary “Petticoats on the Bum.” Hannah Frasure, a student at Endeavor […]

CVU stages mock crash

On Thursday, May 5, Champlain Valley Union High School juniors and seniors witnessed first-hand what happens at an accident site during a mock crash that was staged by first responders, fire fighters, and police officers from Hinesburg, Williston, Charlotte, and Shelburne. School administrators scheduled the crash after a series of fatal vehicle accidents over the […]

Recent accidents prompt CVU to hold mock crash

For the second time this school year, Champlain Valley Union High School Principal Adam Bunting has led the Hinesburg campus in mourning the death of a teenager with ties to the school. During a CVU school board meeting on April 26, Bunting talked about the April 23 death of Craig Sampson, 19, following a car […]

Construction update at Shelburne Community School

The Shelburne Community School school board received an update April 26 on how the school will continue to deliver educational services during the next school year as the renovation and construction project gets underway. Construction is set to begin in June once school is finished. SCS school board member Tim Williams gave an overview of […]