Longtime teacher and educational specialist from Charlotte Susan Ohanian had a letter to the editor appear in the January 26 New York Times, in which she praised the column by David Gonzalez titled, “A Teacher, Beloved, but Disillusioned, Decides to Walk Away.”
Two issues ago we wrote about Vermont Commons School 7th grader Taegan Yardley’s video, which depicted her involvement with H.297 to ban ivory sale and trade in Vermont last year.
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Last year the Vermont House passed a bill, H.187, to require Vermont employers to provide a minimum number of paid sick days to their employees. However, the Senate did not act on the bill before the session ended in May.
Charlotters weigh in on the important issues for the upcoming Town Meeting.
Through the CY program, all students in Chittenden County have the opportunity to spend one hour a week with a mentor doing whatever they want. Kayla Fysh, a fifth grade mentee at CCS, says that she enjoys baking with her mentor, Susan Hyde. Ethan Karshagen, an eighth grade mentee, says that the best part of the program is the deep conversations he can have with his mentor, Mike Walker. “I have a strong connection,” Karshagen says.
The Selectboard approved a total of four road events for next summer.