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    Maple Street's Bryan wins award for Leadership in Development

    11/19/2014 09:15 PM EST
    MANCHESTER >> Kate Bryan, Development Director at Maple Street School, was awarded the Timothy G. Scott Award for Leadership in Development from the Independent School Association of Northern New England (ISANNE) at a recent Advancement and 
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    Mettawee's Kelly Ahlfeld receives ISTE Making IT Happen Award
    11/19/2014 09:15 PM EST - WEST PAWLET >> Kelly Ahlfeld, the Mettawee Community School librarian and technology integrationist, has been announced as a winner of the national ISTE Making IT Happen Award for 2014. This award honors outstanding educators and leaders who Full Story

    LTS to hold Cookies and Clay on Dec. 6
    11/19/2014 09:14 PM EST - DORSET >> Long Trail School welcomes children of all ages to LTS to decorate a cookie to enter into its Gingerbread Man/Woman Decorating Contest on Saturday, Dec. 6 from 1-3 p.m. Students will be on hand to assist younger children with their Full Story

    Stipends available to 'dual enrollment' students through VSAC
    11/12/2014 09:57 PM EST - WINOOSKI >> Vermont Student Assistance Corp. is reminding juniors and seniors that there is a $150 stipend available to eligible students who plan to take a dual enrollment course next semester. Vermont Student Assistance Corp. Full Story

    Floodbrook students participate in leadership training
    11/12/2014 09:57 PM EST - BRATTLEBORO >> Recently 23 middle school students and their adult advisors, from five Windham County schools, attended a two-day leadership training at High Five Adventure in Brattleboro. Participating schools and community coalitions Full Story

    Dorset School to hold 1st Annual Bake Off during craft fair
    11/12/2014 09:57 PM EST - DORSET >> The Dorset School will be holding their 1st Annual Bake Off on Saturday, Dec. 6, as part of the school's 4th Annual Craft Fair. The competition is open to everyone, youth, adults, professionals, and home cooks and features three Full Story

    Statewide high school 3D printing competition announced
    11/12/2014 09:57 PM EST - BARRE >> The Preservation Trust of Vermont, Google, Hartford High School and the State of Vermont have partnered to put on the first Vermont High School Town History in 3D competition. The competition was announced on Oct. Full Story

    LTS students explore and enhance skills through e-classes
    11/10/2014 11:34 AM EST - DORSET >> E-classes are a Long Trail School tradition. Designed by students, faculty, parents and community members, e-classes provide opportunities for exploration and enhancement. The weekly classes change four times a year and fall into Full Story

    Mountain School students participate in 'Fall Challenge'
    11/05/2014 07:31 PM EST - WINHALL >> MSW students have been enjoying the beautiful Vermont outdoors this fall, while building community, developing teamwork skills, and integrating academic content. In September, the 8th grade class organized an overnight "Fall Full Story

    Mettawee sixth grade basket party set for Nov. 16
    11/05/2014 07:30 PM EST - WEST PAWLET >> The Mettawee Community School Sixth Grade will hold a Basket Party on Sunday, Nov. 16, to support their spring trip to Boston. Doors will open at 11 a.m. and tickets will start being pulled at 1 p. Full Story

    Lost New Mexico kitten ends up in Maine

    WESTBROOK, Maine (AP) — A New Mexico woman's missing kitten has been located in Maine, although exactly how the feline made the 2,300-mile trip remains a mystery. Full Story
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    Handler apologizes again for his 'racist' remark

    NEW YORK (AP) — Daniel Handler apologized again for a racial comment he made while hosting the National Book Awards and promised to back up his words with his wallet. Full Story