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Rice Memorial High School opened a new Makerspace Lab this past fall to give students an opportunity to share ideas and solve real-world problems, while developing critical thinking and engineering skills.

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The day after Town Meeting Day, the school board held its March 6 meeting and discussed various topics, including a review of board member policies, noise concerns at Chamberlin School, and the use of security cameras.

A team from Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School won the MathCounts Northwest Region of Vermont competition for the eighth consecutive year. Coordinated by the University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences and the Vermon…

“The way we treat others is the most important thing,” said Sam Drazin during his presentation at Rick Marcotte Central School earlier this year. Drazin, an educator and advocate for individuals with disabilities, created a curriculum for sch…

Peter Forgione and Sophia Thomas were recently named Vermont’s top two youth volunteers of 2019 by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. The nationwide program, which honors young people for outstanding acts of volunteerism, selects one …

The Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego Robotics team, Order of the Brick, competed last December in their first tournament at Norwich University. The international competit…

The South Burlington High School CyberWolves took top honors for a Vermont team in the Air Force Association’s CyberPatriot competition series. This is the fourth consecutive win for the high school’s cybersecurity team. South Burlington’s se…

The Vermont Chinese School celebrated the Chinese New Year at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School last week. With the presentation of traditional songs and dances, the Year of Pig was ushered in with style and grace.

Children from the Vietnamese Language School, Kevin, Khang, Bryce, Hao, and Noah, end their dance in style at a celebration of the Lunar New Year Feb. 2 at St. John Vianney Catholic Church.

The South Burlington High School (SBHS) Student Council hosts its annual blood drive Friday, Feb. 15. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and will be held in the SBHS gymnasium. According to the American Red Cross (ARC), donors with all b…