Eighth grade student Vivian Volver would have been changing rooms between classes this year at Hinesburg Community School.
Champlain Valley Union High School is one of only 155 schools in the country, and the only in the state of Vermont, named a Special Olympics Vermont Unified Champion School in 2020.
If it had not been for a lousy snow season, Elaine Pinckney might never have been superintendent of the Champlain Valley School District. In fact, she might not have worked in education at all.
As part of its “Ready, Set, Kindergarten” initiative, the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains are hosting summer webinars to help girls transition into kindergarten effectively in the fall.
Resiliency might just be stitched into the fabric of this year’s graduating Champlain Valley Union High School class. And one could make the case that it’s in the makeup of senior Jackson Konowitz.
In many ways Champlain Valley Union High School’s graduation felt like a drive-in movie or a rock festival.The audience came in cars and parked on a field at the Champlain Valley Exposition.
Champlain Valley Union High School is collaborating with its Essex and South Burlington cohorts to put together a socially distant – and no doubt memorable – graduation.
Champlain Valley School District teachers Tim O’Leary, left, of the Shelburne Community School and Charlie MacFadyen of Champlain Valley Union High School were named 2020 Rowland Fellows.
For a school system that was already pretty wired digitally, things have amped up even more in the Champlain Valley School District with the shift to remote learning in the age of COVID-19.