School board answers questions about budget

Champlain Valley School District Board of Directors Dear CVSD community, Happy New Year! In response to input and questions about the budget, we developed a list of frequently asked questions. You are also invited to check out our web page at or email us at Budget Q: How will my local school budget… Read More »

Teacher shares expedition details in “The Polar Frontier”

Teacher shares expedition details in “The Polar Frontier”

Union Elementary School teacher Susan Koch traveled to the Arctic Circle aboard National Geographic’s Explorer for an arctic educational expedition. She’s now sharing what she learned in a talk on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Unitarian Church of Montpelier. In “Images and Impressions from the Polar Frontier,” Koch will share visuals and stories from… Read More »

VSAC scholarship Feb. 16 deadline is nearing

The Vermont Student Assistance Corp. reminds high school seniors and returning college students to apply now for any of the 126 scholarships administered by VSAC. Scholarships – like grants – are financial aid that you do not need to pay back. Scholarships are offered by many different groups, organizations, and even individuals for a variety… Read More »


Megan Brown of Hinesburg was named to the fall 2017 dean’s list at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, N.H. Quincy Chandler of Shelburne was named to the fall 2017 dean’s list at the State University of New York at Potsdam in Potsdam, N.Y. Alexandra Hameline of Shelburne was named to the fall 2017 dean’s list… Read More »

The Schoolhouse continues its Kwanzaa tradition

The Schoolhouse continues its Kwanzaa tradition

By Liz Shayne In a decades-long tradition, elementary and middle school students, teachers, families and alumni of The Schoolhouse in South Burlington kicked off the December holiday season with the school’s annual Kwanzaa ceremony. The celebration marked the end of three weeks of study of African-American culture and individual traditions and values. Kwanzaa is a… Read More »

School District 2018-19 budget process continues

The budget process for the 2018-19 school year continues. Administrators and school board members in the Champlain Valley School District have been conducting meetings to get public input for the first budget under the new consolidated school district. The next meeting is Tuesday, Jan. 9 at 6 p.m. in the Shelburne Community School library to… Read More »

Honor Roll

Rice Memorial High School Interim Principal Lisa Lorenz announces the following Shelburne students achieved honor roll status for the fourth quarter: First Honors John Bahrenburg Alessandra Magg Isabella Magg Daniel Maxson Caroline McClintock Richard McClintock Mackenzie Miller Trevor Mitiguy William Noonan Madeline Sawyer Andrew Snell Isabelle Tousignant Second Honors Brooks Bahrenburg William Bond Michael Casarico… Read More »


Zachary Richardson and Corrine Levinthal, both of Shelburne, were named to the trustee’s list at Champlain College in Burlington for the fall semester. Students on the trustee’s list have achieved a 4.0 grade point average for two or more consecutive semesters. In addition, the following Shelburne students were named to Champlain’s dean’s list for achieving a… Read More »

Governor’s Institutes to run special Winter Weekends

The Governor’s Institutes of Vermont announces the opening of the application for two February Winter Weekends for high school students. All Vermont high school and technical center students are invited to attend. These two-day academic and arts programs will take place at Goddard College. Weekend tuition is $10-$295 depending on family ability to pay. Topics… Read More »

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