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Phase II of the South Burlington School District’s master planning and visioning process continues. This second stage of the process involves examining how the middle and high school spaces inform the delivery of modern education and vice ver…

Once a month, the smell and sound of popcorn wafts through the halls at Rick Marcotte Central School.

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What kind of facilities do we need to meet the community’s goals for educating our children both now and decades into the future? South Burlington has been wrestling with this question for several years. Over the past few months, faculty, adm…

As students enter sixth grade at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School, those interested choose an instrument to be part of the school band. This Nov. 12, parents of these musically inclined students were treated to the sixth graders’ premier con…

Students and staff at The Schoolhouse on Catkin Drive have spent the fall reveling in the season’s bounty. In the garden and at the farm, the children have been active in harvesting, preparing, and donating food.

As part of the school’s artist-in -residency program, Orchard School parents were recently treated to a circus show put on by students under the instruction of Troy Wunderle of Wunderle’s Big Top Adventures. While watching their children enth…

As part of the school district’s ongoing master planning and visioning process, a meeting of roughly 75 community stakeholders gathered for a daylong workshop led by Dore and Whittier Architects on Nov. 7 at Trader Duke’s Hotel.

South Burlington High School welcomed Assistant Principal John Craig at the start of the school year. Craig took the place of long time educator Pat Philips, who retired last year after 38 years in education and 13 years at SBHS.

“Go! Go! Go,” chanted Patrick Knepp’s fourth grade class. The students were cheering on fellow racers at the Rick Marcotte Central School’s first Fun Run held mid-October. Sponsored by the RMCS PTO, the schoolwide event brought students, pare…

The South Burlington community is invited to attend Ethiopian/Eritrean Night with Chef Alganesh Michael on Thursday, Nov. 15, 5:30-7 p.m., in the cafeteria at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School, 500 Dorset Street. Space is limited, and reserva…