Starksboro votes to leave MAUSD

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.

Letter to the editor: Big vote looms in Starksboro

Starksboro, please vote yes on May 10 to save Robinson Elementary School.

Starksboro to vote on MAUSD exit

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.

Letter to the editor: Vote ‘yes’ for Robinson Elementary

In just a couple of weeks, Starksboro voters will have the opportunity to weigh in on the future of Robinson Elementary School.

Letter to the editor: Former MAUSD worker urges care

All elementary students in MAUSD benefit from the sharing of ideas and expertise among schools. The loss of any one school is a loss to the whole district.

Starksboro pursues exit from MAUSD

Another Mount Abraham Unified School District community has officially launched a campaign to withdraw from the district.

Letter to the editor: BES problems predate COVID

I was a classroom teacher at Robinson Elementary School in Starksboro from 1999 until this past June.

Letter to the editor: MAUSD plan to repurpose Robinson School panned

I am writing as a citizen and former Robinson School Board member to express my concern about the school reconfiguration proposal recently floated by Superintendent Reen. I know that much study and deliberation has gone into the reconfiguration concept th … (read more)

Building scientist Fred McKnight wows Starksboro class

STARKSBORO — Teacher Ruth Beecher has a keen ear for “teachable moments.” Last week, engineer Fred McKnight visited her grades 5/6 class at Robinson Elementary School in Starksboro and explained that after his firm, Turner Building Science and Design, col … (read more)