Letter to the editor: Ripton deserves to make its own decisions about its school

Resident urges No vote on whether Ripton should rejoin the Addison Central School District.

Ripton readies for vote on rejoining ACSD

Ripton residents on Thursday, Sept. 29, will be asked whether they’d like to end their two-year effort to separate from the Addison Central School District, a move townspeople endorsed as a way of preserving their small elementary school.

Letter to the editor: Ripton principal weighs in on upcoming referendum

We find ourselves nearing another important townwide vote on how to best educate our children given current education funding laws and state statutes.

Potential board members sought for Addison North school district

Residents who want their name to appear on the ballot for the merged ANWSD/Mount Abe school board must submit petitions by Oct. 3.

ACSD will consider new school closure rule

The Addison Central School District board has agreed to revisit the notion of amending its charter in a manner that would give the town of Ripton — and indeed all seven of its member towns — more of a say in future decisions about whether their elementary … (read more)

Ripton sets Sept. 29 to vote on rejoining ACSD

Ripton residents will vote Sept. 29 on whether the town should rejoin the Addison Central School District.

Ripton to vote on rejoining ACSD

Twenty months after approving their town’s exit from the Addison Central School District, Ripton voters next month will be asked if they’d like to rejoin the fold.

Addison North Merger study committee plans next steps

The committee studying a potential merger of the Addison Northwest and Mt Abe. school districts discussed its next moves before a likely Nov. 8 public vote on a merger.

Guest editorial: The chance has arrived for a rebirth of our Vt. schools

Stripping off the rhetoric and the academese, it comes down to keeping beloved small schools open versus the cost.

State board: Ripton not ready to run its own school district

State says Ripton not ready to run its own school; town will vote on rejoining ACSD.

Starksboro denied exit from MAUSD

A no vote from the town of New Haven thwarted Starksboro’s hard-fought withdrawal effort.

State board of ed. leery of Ripton’s exit plan

If the final draft of the report is endorsed by the full state board this Friday, it would deal a major setback to Ripton’s long, arduous effort to withdraw from the Addison Central School District as a means of preserving its elementary school — one of t … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Starksboro info was misleading

Superintendent Reen continues to mislead and scare MAUSD voters.

Letter to the editor: Financial impact of Starksboro’s exit exaggerated

The sky will not fall if Starksboro’s vote to leave the MAUSD District is affirmed on 8/9

Voters weigh the cost of Starksboro’s exit

Residents in Bristol, Monkton and New Haven on Aug. 9 will vote on whether Starksboro will be allowed to withdraw from the Mount Abraham Unified School District.

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