Finding scholarships to make college affordable for students

By Sarah Soule It is an exciting time as area students are hearing news from colleges and universities about admissions decisions. For those students who applied for financial aid, an award letter will be sent highlighting a package that outlines an offer of assistance. We’re fortunate in Vermont to have Vermont Student Assistance Corporation as… Read More »

Hard fight

Hard fight

CVU’s Lindsey Albertelli dribbles past a Hilltopper defender in Sunday’s final D-I playoff game at UVM. St. Johnsbury dominated Sunday’s final matchup 48-33, ending CVU’s five-year championship streak. See story on page 14. Click here for more about the girls game.

Thank you, Shelburne — Jaime Heins

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the voters of Shelburne for coming out to the polls last Tuesday. I’m honored and privileged to be able to continue to serve on the Selectboard. I’m especially grateful to everyone who supported me in various ways during the campaign. Your energy, enthusiasm and assistance were truly… Read More »

School district addresses school safety policies — Elaine Pinckney

At the central office, we are focused on developing a mass communication system, a visitor management system, a universal set of crisis commands, a camera surveillance policy, and a systematic plan for connecting with our community resources. We understand that safety goes beyond the physical, and applies to mental and emotional well-being as well. At… Read More »

Scott wants more school spending cuts after voters pass budgets

By Tiffany Danitz Pache VTDIGGER.ORG What was once a two-front battle being waged by Gov. Phil Scott’s administration to keep school spending down shifted to an exclusive focus on statewide cost-containment measures after Town Meeting Day. In the fall, the governor asked school boards to be cost conscious while budgeting. They delivered. Last week, voters in Vermont… Read More »

School musical hits the stage this weekend

School musical hits the stage this weekend

Students at the Shelburne Community School present their spring musical this weekend. They plan three performances of “Dear Edwina, Junior” on Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. According to director Amy Riley, “Dear Edwina” is the story of a young girl living in the small town of Paw Paw,… Read More »

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