State hears Lincoln bid to leave the MAUSD

“We still have a lot of work to do on our journey here,” said James Warnock, who along with SCS colleague Paul Forlenza helped represent Lincoln’s interests before the VSBE on Wednesday.

MAUSD towns ratify Lincoln’s withdrawal vote

Members of Save Community Schools are celebrating after an overwhelming affirmation Tuesday of their proposal to withdraw Lincoln from the Mount Abraham Unified School District.

Could Lincoln and Ripton schools join forces?

Lincoln and Ripton, which voted last year to withdraw from their school districts, have begun exploring the idea of creating a new supervisory union to handle the administrative services they might not be able to afford individually.

Lincoln is weighing its exit from MAUSD

LINCOLN — It may be possible for Lincoln residents to reclaim control of the Lincoln Community School without breaking the bank, according to a group called Save Community Schools, which on Tuesday made its case for withdrawing LCS from Mount Abraham Unif … (read more)

Saving Lincoln School requires income sensativity

I have been following the discussion on Front Porch Forum regarding the question of whether Lincoln should withdraw from the supervisory union. There seems to be a preponderance of lengthy posts extolling the virtues of our local school. Having never had … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Lincoln values local school

All my children grew up in Lincoln and went to the Lincoln schools, including preschool. When it was time for them (and other young people from our community) to apply to educational programs like Breadloaf Young Writers or as a legislative page, for a sp … (read more)

Letter to the editor: School user fee merits study

I’ve been reading and ruminating on the discussions on the proposed withdrawal of Lincoln Community School from Mount Abraham Unified School District. I find the whole situation interestingly ironic. We homeschooled our kids right through high school, and … (read more)

Letter to the editor: A community school teaches lifelong lessons

While I didn’t have the good fortune to attend elementary school in Lincoln, the current discussion about this wonderful heart of the community has reminded me of my own experiences attending a neighborhood school: being walked to kindergarten by my older … (read more)