Champlain Valley Union High School Spring 2018 Honor Roll

CVU High School recently shared its honor roll from spring semester 2018. Here are Shelburne students who attained High Honors and A/B Honors last spring. High Honors Kali M. Adams, Lena R. Ashooh, Heidi A. Berger, Kyle J. Bergeron, James Bernicke, Mia R. Brumsted, Delaney K. Brunvand, Aidan S. Bundock, Evan Chen, Hazel M. Civalier,… Read More »

School program benefits from Box Tops collection

School program benefits from Box Tops collection

Volunteers with the Box Tops for Education effort say collection boxes have seen donations all summer and they are hoping the community continues to contribute as the new school year begins. The program involves collecting the little “Box Tops for Education” logos on many grocery items. They are redeemed for cash put towards enrichment programs… Read More »

Shelburne Craft School hires new executive director

Shelburne Craft School hires new executive director

STAFF REPORT The Shelburne Craft School has hired a new executive director. An architect by training, Claire Gear comes to the school from Yestermorrow Design Build School in Waitsfield. She’s lived in Vermont for the past seven years, most recently moving to Shelburne from Charlotte. Gear studied at Syracuse University, the University of Maryland and… Read More »

Summer school under the sea: CVU students present ‘Little Mermaid’

Summer school under the sea: CVU students present ‘Little Mermaid’

By MADELINE HUGHES For the past two summers rising juniors, seniors and Champlain Valley Union theater alumni volunteer their time to induct incoming freshmen and sophomores to CVU’s theater department. This year, students are bringing audiences under the sea to experience “The Little Mermaid.” The summer theater program is “to welcome people into the performing… Read More »

CVU summer thespians present ‘The Little Mermaid’ musical

Champlain Valley Union High School’s Summer Theatre’s production of “The Little Mermaid” hits the stage from Aug. 10-12. Rising freshmen and sophomores participated in a three-week theater camp that culminates in three performances. Father-son duo Ben Recchia, artistic director, and Carl Recchia, music director, along with older students and CVU theater alumni ran the camp… Read More »

Kudos

Rachel Smith of Shelburne graduated from Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio with a B.A. in English. Smith is a graduate of Champlain Valley Union High School. Amanda Whitbeck of Shelburne was named to the Dean’s List at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York for the spring 2018 semester. She is a senior… Read More »

Kudos

Ray O. Grabon-Akey of Shelburne graduated in May from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in computer science. Noah C. Gamble graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering in Evanston, Ill. in June with a B.S. in applied mathematics and minors in physics and economics. Gamble also received the 2018 Undergraduate… Read More »

Kudos

• Nicholas R. Lynn, Emma M. Putre and Kaitlin M. Songer, all of Shelburne, were named to the dean’s list for academic achievement during the spring 2018 semester at St. Lawrence University. They completed at least four courses and earned an academic average of at least 3.6 based for the semester. All three are members… Read More »

Rotary awards annual scholarships to four local high school students

Rotary awards annual scholarships to four local high school students

by Rosalyn Graham Four local high school students recently were awarded scholarships from the Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary Club, a tradition of the club supporting local youth for many years. This year’s winners were: Peter Trombley of Shelburne, a Champlain Valley Union High School student who will be attending McGill University in the fall; Hana… Read More »

Fifth-grade teacher wins national award

Fifth-grade teacher wins national award

Dave Baird’s smile is a familiar sight in the upstairs hallway at Charlotte Central School; it’s not always an easy feat to keep smiling when one is in the company of 10- and 11-year-olds all day, but he keeps it steady. His congenial manner and teaching style is appealing to students and is now being… Read More »

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