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Bridge School is growing despite the pandemic

STUDENTS AT THE Bridge School in Middlebury skate in font of the former dairy barn. Supporters of the school off Exchange Street have launched a $440,000 fund drive to meet the school’s future scholarship, faculty and facility needs. Independent photo/Steve James

The independent elementary school is being sized up for significant capital improvements that will remedy immediate heating, ventilation and electricity deficiencies, and put it in a better position to capitalize on its surging popularity.

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