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KUA Appoints Marketing Director

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Meriden — Kimball Union Academy has appointed Sarah Evans Moore, a KUA official, as director of marketing communications. Before being named to her new post, Moore was associate director of admissions at KUA. She previously held the positions of director of admissions and director of development at an independent day school near Cleveland. Moore brings a knowledge in communications, admissions and advancement in the independent school world to her new …

Unity Board Pursues Suit Against Architect

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Unity — The School Board will hear from its attorney early next month on the status of a suit being filed against Scott Vaughn and his company, Vaughn Associates, which was the original architect and construction manager on the new Unity School. At Tuesday night’s School Board meeting, the board said it could offer no specifics on exactly what the suit will allege …

Memories on Paper: Middle School Students, Kendal Residents Share Journals

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

What happens when a group of seventh-graders born into the age of Twitter, Instagram and texting become pen pals with women and men born into the age of the Smith-Corona typewriter, the public pay phone and the 78 rpm record? It’s not as large a divide as you might think. For the last …

Understanding Veterans: Canaan Elementary School Connects to Those Who Served 

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Logan Evans, a fourth-grader at Canaan Elementary School, didn’t realize his aunt Jessica Soule had served in the military until she put a Navy sticker on her truck. Emma Bill, Evans’ classmate, knows that one of her uncles …

Tunbridge Students Imagine Their Dream Rooms

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Young Writers Project is an independent nonprofit that engages Vermont and New Hampshire students to write, helps them improve and connects them with authentic audiences in newspapers, before live audiences and on websites,,, and Young Writers Project also publishes a monthly digital magazine, The …

West Lebanon School Eager To Open 1989 Time Capsule

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

West Lebanon — While nearing the age at which most people stop wishing for time to fly, Andrea Green Lessard can’t help squirming in anticipation of this coming Thursday’s opening of the time capsule into which she and her classmates at Mount Lebanon Elementary School deposited memorabilia in …

Greeks at Dartmouth Reach Out

Monday, November 10, 2014

Hanover — In response to recent calls for the abolition of Dartmouth College’s Greek system from faculty and from student newspaper The Dartmouth , the college’s Greek leaders this weekend released a set of policy proposals aimed at reducing binge drinking, sexual assault and exclusivity.

After faculty last …

Bethel School Board Supports Merger

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Bethel — The Bethel School Board voted unanimously this week to support a consolidation plan that would dissolve the Windsor Northwest Supervisory Union and merge its member districts into the Orange-Windsor Supervisory Union. If state officials approve the …

Teaching Uno, Dos, Tres Earlier

Friday, November 7, 2014

Norwich — French teacher Allison Litten greeted a group of Marion Cross School third graders with “Bonjour!” one afternoon in October. Litten invited the group of 16, seated at four round tables, to identify a variety of Halloween …

In Search of Future Students

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

South Royalton — As of last Friday morning, South Royalton School Principal Dean Stearns could tell you for sure that 44 Royalton children ages 3 and 4 were receiving 10 hours a week of pre-kindergarten or kindergarten education, …

Young Writers Consider Photos and Falling Leaves

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Young Writers Project is an independent nonprofit that engages Vermont and New Hampshire students to write, helps them improve and connects them with authentic audiences in newspapers, before live audiences and on web sites,,, and …

Civil Rights Icon Julian Bond Visits Dartmouth

Friday, October 31, 2014

Hanover — In the eyes of Julian Bond, icon of the American civil rights movement, our education on social justice in the 1960s shouldn’t consist of only four words — “I have a dream” — and two people, …

Hartford Debates Track Proposal

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Hartford — Less than a week before a proposed $3.5 million bond for athletic field improvements at Hartford High School goes to voters, the issue was hotly debated during a public hearing held at the school Wednesday night. Of about 40 attendees, about a dozen members of the …