Letter to the editor: Cornwall man seeks answers from ACSD

In a letter in last week’s Addison Independent, I raised a question for the Addison Central School District superintendent, regarding the facilities planning process, which I had asked many times without receiving an answer. At the end of my letter, an editor’s note stated that I had finally received an answer, but it did not say what the answer was. I thought I should follow up by giving readers the same explanation I received. My question was why the superintendent had not publicly shared that his primary … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Local parent seeks answer from ACSD

Question for Addison Central School District: At the last ACSD Board Meeting on Monday, March 22, the board held a discussion on transparency, spurred by a letter I had submitted the previous month, summarizing findings from certain records I had received … (read more)

Kramer raises $7k for ACSD board race

CORNWALL — Campaign finance records filed with the Vermont Secretary of State on Feb. 20 show that Addison Central School District board candidate Chris Kramer had raised $7,025 and spent $6,257 in his effort to win a three-year seat representing Cornwall … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Kramer touted for ACSD spot

I support Chris Kramer for the Cornwall seat on the ACSD school board. Having known Chris over the last six years as a fellow parent at Otter Creek Child Center, I have learned how deeply Chris is committed to the education of his children and a strong co … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Kramer would offer fresh ideas

While I was never fully content with how the ACSD school board was conducting their Facilities Master Planning process, among other prior objectives (under Peter Conlon’s leadership), I have been extremely concerned with the sudden and narrow minded way a … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Kramer would push for transparency in ACSD

As we approach this year’s Town and School Meetings, things will be very different, especially for those used to attending in-person meetings for voting, or informational discussion. This year, all meetings will be virtual. Conversations that happen quite … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Kramer would bring energy, open mind to ACSD

At this critical time in ACSD history, it is essential to elect people like Chris Kramer to serve on the school board. His current role as an elementary parent, active engagement, creative thinking, and genuine compassion for all our community members off … (read more)

Six vie for four ACSD seats

MIDDLEBURY — One could certainly argue that it takes a brave person these days to serve on the Addison Central School District (ACSD) board. Plenty of controversial issues in play are bound to make board members unpopular with some of their constituents. … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Kramer supported in quest for ACSD board seat

I support Cornwall resident Chris Kramer for the At-Large School Board seat in the upcoming Addison County School District election on Town Meeting Day March 2. His name will be on the ballot in every town and citizens in all member towns can vote for him … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Kramer will hear community concerns about schools

I endorse Chris Kramer for the Cornwall seat on the ACSD school board. Having worked in four of the schools in the district as a teacher, principal, and school board member, I know the importance of having people on the school board who listen. Chris is a … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Keep Bridport, not Cornwall

I am writing to request that you consider, as our Cornwall representative to the ACSD board, a different mix of schools than the one you supported at the Nov. 23 ACSD board meeting. At that meeting, you voiced your support for further exploring a four-sch … (read more)