Waldorf hires new head of school

Waldorf hires new head of school

The Lake Champlain Waldorf School of Shelburne announced the hiring of Jas Darland in a newly-created head of school position. Darland will oversee all aspects of the school’s operations, strategic planning and growth. With a a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree from Franklin Pierce College, Darland founded and managed the… Read More »

Nicole Mace to depart Vt. School Boards Association

Nicole Mace will be stepping down as the executive director of the Vermont School Boards Association in November 2019 to join a law firm in Burlington, where her practice will focus on general education and special education law. Mace joined the Vermont School Boards Association in 2011 as the director of legal and policy services… Read More »

CVU student wins Red Sox scholarship

Emma Bissonette, a Champlain Valley Union High School student, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Red Sox Foundation. Bissonette plans to attend the University of Rhode Island. The Red Sox introduced the state scholarship program in New Hampshire in 2010; it has since expanded to include Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine and Vermont, a total… Read More »

Back to school

Back to school

Aug. 28 was a happy day at the Shelburne Community School as students, teachers and staff alike headed back to the classroom, and the playground, under sunny skies. Most Vermont schoolchildren went back to school last week. As of Sept. 5, there are only 170 days until summer vacation!

Volunteer mentors needed at Shelburne Community School

Shelburne Community School is actively recruiting mentors for both of its mentoring programs. Everybody Wins!, a state-wide literacy-based mentoring program, matches adults with students in grades 2-4. Pairs meet Tuesday or Wednesday midday for a power-hour lunch of reading and fun.  The goal is to increase love of literacy. Connecting Youth, a district-wide, relationship-based mentoring program,… Read More »

RMHS Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

Lisa Lorenz, principal at Rice Memorial High School in South Burlington, announced the following students from Shelburne achieved Honor Roll status for the fourth quarter. First Honors: Caleb Matosky, Daniel Maxson, William Noonan, Alessandra Magg, Isabella Magg, Caroline McClintock, Mackenzie Miller and Madeline Sawyer. Second Honors: Joseph DuBrul, Gavin Militello, Alexander Preis, William Bond, Samantha… Read More »

Campus Notes: August 29, 2019

GRADUATIONS – 2019 Bates College (Lewiston, Maine) – Dana Hartshorn, Psychology Major, Music Minor Baylor University (Waco, Texas) – Collin Everett Osbahr, Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance Bryant University (Smithfield, R.I.) – Andrew Berghahn, BS, magna cum laude, Applied Economics; Shea Ireland, BS, Business Administration/Team & Project Management; Burke Spillane, BS, International Business/Finance Castleton University… Read More »

McClellan graduates Vt. Leadership Institute

The Snelling Center for Government announced that Maria McClellan of Shelburne has graduated from the Vermont Leadership Institute. The commencement ceremony for the class of 2019 was held June 1 at Basin Harbor in Vergennes. McClellan is currently the senior community relations strategist at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington. As a participant… Read More »

Shelburne Community School 8th graders graduate, then cruise

Shelburne Community School 8th graders graduate, then cruise

CULLEN PARADIS Community News Service Despite upwards of 400 chairs, graduation in the Shelburne Community School was standing-room only. Relatives of the 87 members of the graduating class came from far and wide, such as Stan Williams. He traveled all the way from Naples, Fla., for last Thursday’s ceremony and to see his grandson, eighth-grader… Read More »

Graduates asked to embrace adversity and diversity

Graduates asked to embrace adversity and diversity

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer Light red, dark red, brick red, maroon, crimson, scarlet. Hues of red were the dominant colors signaling Redhawk loyalty inside the University of Vermont’s Patrick Gymnasium Friday as hundreds gathered for Champlain Valley Union High School’s graduation ceremony. Also in evidence, before the ceremony even began, was lots of hugging. People… Read More »

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