One of the primary reasons we relocated to Vermont was to have our daughter attend a small local school where they knew her name and personally knew a...
We moved to Vermont for the schools
September 27, 2018
NEWARK, Vt. — During a State Board of Education meeting in Newark last Wednesday, schoolboards and community members from Montgomery and Sheldon prote...
Communities Protest Forced Merger
July 24, 2018
On June 1, 2018, the Vermont Secretary of Education Issued a statewide plan in which she responded to 83 individual school districts who applied in 43...
V4SC Press Release Regrading AOE change in stance on AGS
October 1, 2018
District of Larger Government to be
Sticking Point in OCSU Board Consolidation
October 23, 2015
The Caledonian Record | Jennifer Hersey Cleveland | October 23, 2015 Read in full here
ORLEANS – A growing distrust of Montpelier’s mandates and a perceived lack of voice in the Northeast Kingdom are going to be obstacles if the Orleans Central Supervisory Union schools decide to merge into a single educational district, according to members of the Act 46 study committee. During the committee’s third meeting Wednesday night, member Michael Sanville, who represents Irasburg at Lake Region Union High School, said people here feel disenfranchised by their state government and will not accept any plan that gives them less control over their children’s education. “There’s a lot of discontent right now about whether or not anyone’s listening to them,” Sanville said. “There’s a lot of angry people right now.” […]
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