Lincoln residents will head to the polls Tuesday, June 21, to vote in the town’s first school board election since separating from the Mount Abraham Unified School District.
The Mount Abraham Unified School District board has told state education officials not to make a major change in how administrative services are offered in Bristol-area communities.
Starksboro voters recently dealt a lethal, if not fatal, blow to the aspirations of a regional merger study committee to impose a full governance merger of the Mt. Abe and Addison Northwest school districts.
The town of Lincoln has won tepid, begrudging approval from the Vermont State Board of Education to separate from the Mount Abraham Unified School District and form an independent Lincoln School District.
Starksboro voters recently dealt a lethal, if not fatal, blow to the aspirations of a regional merger study committee to impose a full governance merger of the Mt. Abe and Addison Northwest school districts. In a stunning vote tally of 221 to 0, Starksbor … (read more)
New draft articles of agreement would serve as the founding document for a proposed merger between the school districts in the northern half of Addison County.
The Vermont State Board of Education on Wednesday approved Lincoln’s plan to withdraw from the Mount Abraham Unified School District.
More than 200 registered voters turned out at the Robinson Elementary School multipurpose room to vote from the floor on a proposal to exit the Mount Abe school district, and the overwhelming majority said “yes” when the question was finally asked.
Starksboro, please vote yes on May 10 to save Robinson Elementary School.
Starksboro residents are being asked to attend a May 10 special town meeting to discuss, and vote from the floor, a petitioned request that the town withdraw from the Mount Abraham Unified School District.
DAVE SHARPE BRISTOL — A Bristol representative to the Mount Abraham Unified School District board, and one of its most outspoken members over the past two years, has resigned. Dave Sharpe will step down May 1, with 10 months remaining in his three-year te … (read more)
The Mount Abraham Unified School District board on April 12 approved one-time staff retention bonuses for all district employees.
In just a couple of weeks, Starksboro voters will have the opportunity to weigh in on the future of Robinson Elementary School.
“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.
A recent spate of resignations has left the Mount Abraham Unified School District needing to fill a number of positions that provide supports to students.
The Addison Independent will be closed on Monday, July 4th. The newspaper will be published on Thursday, as usual.