Letter to the editor: Our schools instill Vermont values

On February 2, 1936, exactly 45 years to the day before I was born, one of baseball’s greatest pitchers, Christy Matthewson, was officially voted into the inaugural class of the baseball Hall of Fame. To this day, Matthewson still holds the all-time World Series records of four shutouts and 10 complete games. Yet in his time, Matthewson was known as much for his integrity as for his skills on the mound. He was so honest, umpires were said to have checked with him when they were unsure of a call, and he woul … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Whelan-Wuest is the best choice for ACSD

She is super smart, full of heart, and laser focused on making this a community where everyone can thrive.

Letter to the editor: SOS group won’t file lawsuit

First and foremost, we want to thank the ACSD board for a robust discussion at the Feb. 13 board meeting that ended in an affirmative vote to amend the district Articles of Agreement to include a district-wide vote on proposed school closures.

Letter to the editor: Harthan offers candidate profile

I am running for the school board because our district is at a crossroads, and I bring a unique perspective and a willingness to listen critically and work together to meet the complex needs of our school community.

Letter to the editor: Buck lists priorities for another term on ACSD board

I am re-running for the Addison Central School District board as there are many items left to do.

Letter to the editor: Whelan-Wuest & Buck earn Conlon’s support

I was thrilled when Ellen stepped forward to replace me on the board, both in the appointment to fill the vacancy and to run for the election in March.

Letter to the editor: Vote for Ellen Whelan-Wuest

Ellen is well-practiced in analyzing complex problems and supporting actions to change the whole of society for the better. 

Letter to the editor: ACSD board candidate has shown true leadership

Ellen Whelan-Wuest is running for the ACSD school board. That’s good news for our towns and schools, families and children.

Letter to the editor: Whelan-Wuest is an objective problem solver

Ellen listens objectively and respectfully to differing perspectives and has already started the hard work we need to help lead our schools forward.

Letter to the editor: Buck has earned another term on the ACSD board

Suzanne takes board work very seriously and is always looking for opportunities to be better educated on the roles and responsibilities of a good school board.

Letter to the editor: Stone has the right ideas to improve ACSD schools

Hilda’s chief motivation in running for the ACSD Board is her love for her daughter, and a passionate desire that we make the world a better place for our children, and that starts with school.

ACSD towns can vote on closures

Voters in all seven Addison Central School District towns will now collectively have a say in any future proposals to close an ACSD school.

Fulbright taking Starksboro teacher to South America

Kerry Lake’s approach to teaching has largely been shaped by her experiences outside the classroom, and more specifically, outside the United States.

Ripton searches for new principal

Ripton and Addison Central School District officials are searching for a new Ripton Elementary School leader to succeed current Principal Tracey Harrington, who will step down at the end of the school year.

Willowell launching outdoor middle school program

As another school day begins in Addison County, a handful of local seventh- to ninth-graders head into the woods to start their classes.