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At NCUHS: Board won’t hire a principal

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  copyright the Chronicle May 25, 2016  by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — North Country Union High School will do without a principal next year. The board decided not to hire its most recent candidate, Chris Smith, after a lengthy meeting held in executive session M... More »

School leaders weigh in on OCSU merger plans

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copyright the Chronicle May 18, 2016 by Elizabeth Trail Since early spring, representatives of the Orleans Central Supervisory Union (OCSU) merger study committee have been holding informational meetings in anticipation of the school district merger vote sched... More »

State approves consolidation plan for OCSU

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copyright the Chronicle April 20, 2016 by Elizabeth Trail BARTON — The State Board of Education on Tuesday unanimously approved the Orleans Central Supervisory Union’s (OCSU) plan for a consolidated school district. Meanwhile the committee that has been workin... More »

At NCUHS: Berrios offered job as principal

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copyright the Chronicle April 13, 2016 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT – Members of the North Country Union High School Board met Monday and interviewed the two finalists hoping to succeed Bill Rivard as the school’s principal.  Mr. Rivard will leave the school afte... More »

No plans to consolidate at NCSU

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copyright the Chronicle February 3, 2016 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph While the Orleans Central Supervisory Union (OCSU) prepares to go ahead with consolidation under Act 46, North Country Supervisory Union (NCSU) Superintendent John Castle is against the idea. T... More »

Community mourns Creative Minds closure

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copyright the Chronicle February 3, 2016 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph NEWPORT – Shortcomings in both early childhood education policy and funding have made it impossible for Creative Minds Children’s Center in Newport Center to stay open, founder and owner Jody M... More »

OCSU committee approves plan for consolidation

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copyright the Chronicle January 27, 2016 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph The Orleans Central Supervisory Union (OCSU) Act 46 study committee is recommending early consolidation in order to take advantage of the tax breaks it offers. On Tuesday, the committee approve... More »

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Wheelock and Dartmouth connection explained

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copyright the Chronicle July 15, 2015 by Joseph Gresser SHEFFIELD — Noah Manning, a sophomore at Dartmouth College, brought a school friend home recently. He was Philip Hanlon, the president of Dartmouth. His visit to Miller’s Run School, where Mr. Manning got... More »

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Lowell school uses meteorological tower to teach kids

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  copyright the Chronicle June 3, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph LOWELL — Sixth-grade students at the Lowell Graded School presented a synopsis of their weather unit Tuesday night. The unit is special because students used a meteorological tower they have in t... More »

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At Lake Region: Madame Rivard to leave the classroom

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copyright the Chronicle March 25, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph When you enter classroom 213 at Lake Region Union High School, you’ll find it filled with French-related paraphernalia. Canadian, French, and Haitian flags are suspended from the ceiling, and a b... More »

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Keep small schools, school directors say

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copyright the Chronicle March 18, 2015  by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — Legislators from the Northeast Kingdom were told in no uncertain terms to oppose Montpelier’s efforts to shut down small schools and consolidate districts. That stern warning came from school ... More »