Seventh and eighth grade students Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School won the 2019 Vermont Principals’ Association State Spelling Competition, Nov. 16, in Northfield.

Chamberlin School nurse Kerry Farrell and third grade student Elliana stand with an impressive array of donations at the school’s Thankful Assembly held Nov. 19. Farrell coordinated the food drive and received support from South Burlington’s …

Orchard School third grade winners of the Fire Safety Calendar project sponsored by the Vermont Department of Public Safety include (from left) Hadiya Hinkle, Mae Gordon, Emmelyn Stein, Allison Rumsey, Brennan Merrill, Sylas Weaver, Deirdre P…

Twenty French students, along with chaperones Nadine Volpato and Isabelle Brasselet-Wadin, were in South Burlington Oct. 25 through Nov. 8 as part of the South Burlington High School’s TIE France program. While here, the students carved pumpk…

The seventh annual SB’s Got Talent Show was a great success, with 21 performances and a variety of acts, including singing, dancing, football throwing, taekwondo, piano duets, ukulele and kazoo. There were three faculty judges, Jeff Hagstrom,…

Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School’s Students Organizing Against Racism (SOAR) is an organization open to all students. Meeting weekly to discuss issues and engage in dialogues about race, the group is student led along with social studies tea…

Sue Ceglowski has been appointed the new executive director for the Vermont School Boards Association, effective Nov. 8.  For the past year and a half, Ceglowski has served as the director of Legal and Policy Services for the Association. In …

Plans for a new high school and middle school are inching closer to a March bond vote. The most updated price is an estimated $209.6 million and will take three years and  eight months to complete.

Orchard School held its third annual Fun Run fundraiser on Oct. 11, a beautiful fall day. Students were sponsored by friends, family, local businesses and other community members to raise money for their school. Staff, students and parent vol…

To start the new school year, SeaComm Federal Credit Union donated school supplies to South Burlington’s three elementary schools, Chamberlin, Orchard and Rick Marcotte Central School.

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