A Cabot-Danville-Twinfield school district unification failed in two of the communities, while Rochester backed out of its earlier endorsement of a combination with Royalton and Bethel.
Cabot and Rochester will vote this week on plans that would discontinue their high schools, while Ludlow has already rejected one.
I was one of the people who voted against the Cabot school budget and I would like to explain why.
“In an attempt to control printing costs, the town auditors have limited committee reports to one page and have in some instances edited reports to fit this limit,” write leaders in Cabot, echoing colleagues statewide.
The state gives the go-ahead for farmers to continue spreading the material on their fields but requires more monitoring of any effects on Vermont’s waters.
For immediate release April 3, 2012 Contact Tom Alderman, 828-3134 Vermont Department of Education (802) 828-3135 – www.education.vermont.gov Norwood, Mass. – From Wednesday, March 21st to Friday, March 23rd 2012, educators from Connecticut, Maine, NewHampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont gathered in Norwood for a three-day conference sponsored by the New England Secondary School Consortium. The […]