Author: Reporter staff

EHS students shine in math talent search

Four Essex High School Students were among the top ten winners in the 25th Annual Mathematics Talent Search sponsored by the Vermont State Mathematics Coalition.  In a ceremony on May 4 at a Double Tree Emerald Ballroom dinner, witnessed by parents, teachers and Coalition members. St. Michael’s College Mathematics Professor George Ashline praised the student winners in his remarks. Jean McKenny, Coalition Director, presented Jeremy Brennan a Texas Instruments contributed hand-held graphing calculator, Grace Lu and Henry Wu cash awards and Eric Lu Texas Instruments contributed graphing calculator software. Jeremy was tied for fourth, his first year in the...

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Athlete of the Week: Jenna Puleo

Puleo’s third multiple-goal game in as many matches this spring helped the Hornets earn their first win, 8-4 over Burlington H.S. on April 19. Puleo and Maya Boyers scored 2 goals each to back up Sophie Forcier’s hat trick at Buck Hard Field. Puleo notched 9 goals in Essex’s first 3 games, scoring 4 in a 1-goal opening loss to Mt. Mansfield and 3 at...

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Perspective: State education board needs convincing case

By EMERSON LYNN Rebecca Holcombe’s surprise resignation as the state’s education secretary has put the governor and the state board of education in the delicate position of having to find a suitable replacement and to continue the consolidation process of Act 46. The board is looking for immediate guidance from the governor’s office – in the form of an interim appointment – and the governor’s office is pushing for the board to step up its recruitment of Ms. Holcombe’s successor. Meanwhile, the governor sent the board a letter to the board profiling the abilities he’s looking for in the...

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Essex School News: April 5, 2018

ALBERT D. LAWTON SCHOOL Two ADL Students Recognized For Art: Seventh grader Peyton Ashe won first place in among students in the Essex Westford School District for her peace poster design sponsored by the Lion’s Club International. She was honored at the local chapter on March 28. Congratulations also go out to Nina Carmolli and Noa Kreiter, who placed second and third place for their designs. Eighth grade student Anniella Pettingill recently won first place representing the state of Vermont for national Youth Art Month. Anniella’s design was made into a 3 x 5 foot flag that went to...

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Circus Smirkus at the Champlain Valley FairgroundsOnce, a Saint Michael's Playhouse Production

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