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Watched by her classmates and Instructor Gary Hutchins, Karen Roy of Lebanon, N.H., cuts metal during a class day dedicated to learning different types of cutting metal, and TIG welding in the Welding for Women Class at Hartford Area Career and Technical Center in White River Junction, Vt., on Jan. 12 2015. Valley News - Sarah Priestap <p><i>Copyright © Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.</i></p>

We Can Weld It! Class Helps Women Gain Metalwork Experience in Comfortable Setting

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Hartford — Soul music pouring from the shop speakers competed with the clanging of a hammer on metal and the electric sizzle of welders on a recent evening at Hartford Area Career and Technology Center. Wearing masks or goggles, students in the career center’s first women-only welding class practiced various techniques or chipped away at their projects. Wielding a tungsten …

Charlestown Teacher Gets VFW Award

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Charlestown — John J. Cenney, of Charlestown, was recently named a local winner of the Smart/Maher VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher Award by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of New Hampshire. Maj. Cenney is a social sciences teacher, department chairman and Senior Army JROTC instructor at Fall Mountain Regional High School in Langdon, N.H. His entry was selected from those submitted to …

Dartmouth’s Road to Reform: No Hard Alcohol Among New Policies

Friday, January 30, 2015

Hanover — Dartmouth College President Phil Hanlon on Thursday announced a wide range of policy reforms intended to curb high-risk behavior and improve academics and residential life on campus, including a ban on hard alcohol and a mandatory four-year education program on sexual violence. The extensive list of new policies calls for a …

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 …

Students Write About What Might Await Behind a Door

Tuesday, December 16, 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, youngwritersproject.org, vtdigger.org, vpr.net and cowbird.com. Young Writers Project also publishes a monthly digital magazine, …

Lebanon High School First Quarter Honor Roll

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Grade 9 High Honors: Kainat Altaf, Jaret Armstrong, Benjamin Ask, Edward Bieszczad, Hunter Boutin, Samantha Brady, Clarisse Brown, Meredith Cocklin, Ethan Daly, Matthew Eylander, Tyson Goracke, Rachel Grohbrugge, Cecilia Hampton, Shelby Hanks, Alexander Hill, Madison Hunt, Samantha Jones, Sachin Kamath, Fatima Khan, Sabrina Lawrence, Quinn LeCain, Zoe Liebold, …

Windsor High School 1st Quarter Honor Roll

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

High Honors 7th Grade: Angelina Bigwood, Maxwell Clifford, Morgan Coffran, Dylan DeSchamp, Ryan Ducharme, Haley Fortin, Asa Gadis, Aria Kelly, Andrew Kelly-Jacobs, Austyn Larson, Madison McCorkle, Justin McKenrick, Caleb Meagher, Lillian Merriam, Alexianna Merrill, Harrison Morse, Olivia Rockwood, Elizabeth Wilson. 8th Grade: Joshua Gaudette, Margaret Gilman, Ryland Richardson, …

School Notes: Bigger Stages; Hanover Cellist Prepares for National Contest

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

While Justin Zhou found his way into music through the piano at the age of 3, the instrument never really spoke to him. “I kept on playing it for a while, but I thought the cello was more …

Crossroads Students Pen Poems in Honor Of Emily Dickinson

Tuesday, December 9, 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, youngwritersproject.org, vtdigger.org, vpr.net and …

Jim Kenyon: School Spirits

Sunday, December 7, 2014

I’ve been hearing for the last couple of months that Dartmouth College is contemplating banning hard liquor on campus. That could be bad for business, and I don’t mean the education business. Why? For years, the college’s Centerra Marketplace in Lebanon has been home to New Hampshire Liquor …

VTC Cuts 8 From Full-Time Faculty

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Randolph — Eight full-time faculty at Vermont Technical College received layoff notices this week. The action is part of a large-scale financial reorganization that could have major implications for the school’s course offerings. Senior professors are being offered cash incentives to retire early, and up to 27 adjunct …

Stevens Weighs Schedule Switch

Friday, December 5, 2014

Claremont — A proposed change to Stevens High School’s daily schedule would reduce the length of each class, require students to take classes in the same course for an entire year, and create a 40-minute “flex” time to address individual academic needs. Currently, most students have four classes, …

Windsor Southeast Schools Champion Computer Access

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Among the more than 1,200 students enjoying easier access to the Internet at the schools of Windsor, West Windsor, Hartland and Weathersfield this academic year, Windsor High School junior Jacob Garnjost counts himself doubly fortunate. “I previously had …