SCS’s Vermont Geography Team earns second place in state championship

SCS’s Vermont Geography Team earns second place in state championship

By David Southworth Shelburne Community School’s (SCS) Vermont Geography Team, Advik Dewoolkar, Peter Antinozzi, Jack Merrill, Jamie Ray, Isaac Krementsov, and Hans Kindstedt, participated in the Chittenden South Supervisory Union District competition, competed and won the Regionals at Randolph Elementary School, and advanced to the State Championship competition to earn second place. The Regional competition […]

Kudos

The following Shelburne students were named to the CVU Honor Roll for Quarter 3: High Honors Devon Achilles Lucy A. Anderson J. Matthew Beer Leah E. Berger Troy P. Bergeron Cooper J. Birdsall Gabrielle R. Booth Shay K. Brunvand Thomas A. Carey Sarah K. Clauss Tess L. Cloutier Nathaniel L. Coffin Samuel K. Crites Thomas […]

Everything’s coming up sunflowers at SCS

Everything’s coming up sunflowers at SCS

Four Shelburne Community School eighth grade students wanted to leave a legacy to the school before they departed for high school. Over spring break, the foursome painted a new mural in the C Wing, or art hallway as it is commonly known, which took over 20 hours collectively. Above, artists (from left) Elena Crites, Talia […]

Popular SCS bike train returns Friday, May 8

Popular SCS bike train returns Friday, May 8

By SCS Students Kate Boget, Robbie Fragola, and Kyle Tanis The third grade Imagine and fourth grade Re-Imagined (sporting past members of Imagine) team is pleased to announce (thanks to all the parents who bravely participate in the moving mayhem and fun) that the 2015 version of the bike train will kick off Friday, May […]

Shelburne student wins twofer for Vermont History Day Kali Adams travels to Washington, D.C. to present winning paper

Kali Adams, an eighth grade homeschooler from Shelburne, won first prize at Vermont History Day on Saturday, March 28 for her paper entitled “Helen Hartness Flanders: Saving Vermont’s Musical Legacy.” She was also awarded the George F. Edmunds prize, highlighting projects of superior quality that relate to the history and general welfare of Vermont. The […]

SCS celebrates Arbor Day for sixth year

SCS celebrates Arbor Day for sixth year

The Arbor Day tree planting held at the Shelburne Community School’s Snelling Park was celebrated with TreeHouse team kindergarteners, the first and second grade Kaleidoscope team, the third grade Imagine team, fourth grade Endeavor team, and 6-8 grade Holden House last Friday, May 1. The beautiful Red Maple, donated by Horsfords Nursery through the annual […]

VSAC opens college savings accounts for babies born on ‘529 Day’

Each baby born at a Vermont hospital on Friday, May 29 this year will receive a $100 deposit into a Vermont 529 college savings account opened in his or her name by the Vermont Student Assistance Corp. The Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems (VAHHS) is joining VSAC, which administers Vermont’s 529 college savings […]

New video encourages Vermonters to engage in public education debate, Green Mountain Imperative says get smart, talk, vote

A new two-minute animated video from a Vermont coalition appeals to Vermonters civic-mindedness and urges them to participate in the ongoing debate about the future of public education in the state. The video, created by the Green Mountain Imperative coalition and viewable at the coalition’s YouTube channel, suggests that the future of public education in […]

CVU competes in financial literacy tournament

A Champlain Valley Union High School team, coached by business teacher Tamie-Joe Dickinson, will compete in the Vermont Treasury Cup Challenge, a financial literacy tournament, on Friday, May 8 from 9am to 3:30pm at Pavilion Building Auditorium in Montpelier. The purpose of the competition is to promote student interest in and knowledge of personal finance, […]

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