Ten students from Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School competed at the MathCounts regional competition, held Feb. 8 at the University of Vermont’s Innovation Hall.

“The world is always changing, and progress is always happening, but is that a good thing or a bad thing?” This is the question students at The Schoolhouse, off of Dorset Street, addressed in their annual play presented Feb. 20.

Chamberlin fifth graders D.A.R.E. to learn about making good decisions. The students, seen with South Burlington Police Department Student Resource Officer, Corporal Brianne Williamson, continue the city’s 20-year tradition. D.A.R.E. curricul…

Team Vermont Entrepreneurship Day/Week 2020 announced the secondary school student winners in the 11th annual Vermont Entrepreneurship Day Visual Media Competition.

Cookie season is here, with choice treats up for grabs. The Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains announced the beginning of cookie booth sales.

Orchard School’s production of “Peter Pan” on Jan 23 - 25 celebrated the 20th year of school-wide productions.

Seventh graders Owen Seremeth and Brayan DelleChiaie prepare for their project about taste vs. smell for the annual Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School Science Fair March 25 and 26. The event gives students opportunities to investigate subjects…

Killian, Lillian, Brody and Ava, with seventh-degree Master Instructor Leonard Yordan of Yordan’s Black Belt Academy, were just a few of the Chamberlin School students introduced to traditional martial arts earlier this month. The students ex…

Two South Burlington teachers, Raechel Barone and Phil Surks, were selected as Outstanding Teachers for 2019 by the Vermont Agency of Education College of Education.

How do you engage fourth graders in learning about Vermont history? According to Rick Marcotte Central School fourth grade teachers, Patrick Knepp, Lizzy Appleby, Megan Downing and Nicholle Eddy, and Shelburne Museum Family and Academic Progr…

Get Your Summer Camp In Our 2020 Guide

This program and recreation guide gives parents a chance to peruse seasonal offerings well in advance of summer; and for camp directors, it’s a great place to advertise fun opportunities for kids.

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