Jennie Davis’ work might present in different ways, but navigating the myriad hurdles posed by Vermont’s housing market is one part of her job that remains the same each day.
The Community College of Vermont will award more than 450 students with associate degrees at its 2023 commencement ceremony at Norwich University’s Shapiro Field House in Northfield, on Saturday, June 3.
A Champlain Valley Union high school senior was one of two Vermont students recognized for a Presidential Scholar award for academic excellence this year — an ambitious goal that Samuel Yager says has followed him throughout his entire high s…
Students from Champlain Valley Union High School are asking administrators to consider implementing a new ethnic studies and social equity credit as a requirement for graduation.
On Thursday, March 30, students and families from The Schoolhouse in South Burlington, filled The Black Box Theater at Main Street Landing for an evening of storytelling and live music, the school’s first in-person theater production since 2020.
Vermont Day School 8th grader Oonagh Guyer of South Burlington is the winner of this year’s Lincoln Essay contest. Hosted annually by Hildene, Robert Todd Lincoln’s family estate, 8th-grade students from across the state were asked to submit …
Long an annual tradition, The Schoolhouse in South Burlington held its schoolwide Olympics March 24 and March 31. The two-day challenge was organized and led by the school’s middle schoolers, who had spent weeks brainstorming and designing al…
Big Truck Day is back on Saturday, May 13, 2023, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. when vehicles of all kinds will roll into town for the Hinesburg Nursery School’s 23rd Big Truck Day.
The following students from Charlotte were named to Champlain College dean’s list for the fall semester: Harrison Falk; Kiley Stearns; and Heloise Guyette.
Elias Leventhal, a junior at Champlain Valley Union High School, won a gold medal at the 30th Vermont STEM Fair.
Airborne polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, were discovered recently in the Charlotte Central School and district officials are now awaiting further testing on remediation efforts, as the district continues to mull long-term plans to renovat…
Mandating and strengthening Holocaust education in schools has been brought up by lawmakers for the past few years, but the proposed bills are typically left untouched. This year, many representatives and senators are hoping that will change.
A group of 22 students representing six Vermont high schools participated in the 14th annual Vermont Brain Bee at the University of Vermont’s Larner College of Medicine on Feb. 11.
Charlotte Children’s Center preschoolers had a lunch date at the Charlotte Library. When their classroom was unexpectedly closed on account of a pesky skunk, the library welcomed them for reading, lunch and indoor play.
Madeline Haydock of Charlotte has been named to St. Lawrence University’s dean’s list for the fall 2022 semester. Haydock is a member of the Class of 2026 and attended Champlain Valley Union High School.