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BRATTLEBOROParks and Rec announces chess tournament resultsThe Brattleboro Parks and Recreation Department held its 9th Annual Youth Chess Tournament on March 25. Eight students, ranging from kindergarten to 7th grade participated.After four rounds … more
BRATTLEBORO — Close to 300 tenth graders will attend a Sophomore Career Summit all day on Wednesday, April 26, at the Latchis Theatre to explore career interests and gain information directly from the business community in small groups with … more
Grade 7, High HonorsAmelia Austin, Keegan Beecher, Benjamin Berkson-Harvey, Alexander Bingham, Ryan Bird, Lauren Carpenter, Haylie Clark, Carly Gallivan, Dylan Geiling, Chloe Givens, Calvin Gould, Elias Gradinger, Sarah Graff, Jackson Heller, Jacob … more
MARLBORO — Building on five years of success with week-long "pre-college" summer programs for high school students, Marlboro College will be offering a new, redesigned schedule including the option for college credit. The college is offering … more
BRATTLEBORO — Emily Mleczko plans to become a nurse.As a student graduating from Brattleboro Union High School this June, Mleczko has been taking courses in Health Services at the Windham Regional Career Center. She's completed Principles of … more
WESTMINSTER — Tehya Martin has been named the March Elks Student of the Month for Bellows Falls Union High School. Martin, a senior, is the daughter of Shamus Martin and April DeSoto of Saxtons River. Martin is a conscientious student who … more
Host a Spanish student for just three weeksBRATTLEBORO — Host families are urgently needed for a group of Spanish students that will be spending three-and-a-half weeks in the area this summer, to improve their English and experience American … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Rally for Science Brattleboro will be held in the city on Saturday, April 22, from noon to 5 p.m. Attractions will include presentations and talks center on science, education, and the environment. This presentation is an … more
BRATTLEBORO — When a school lacks a cafeteria, where do students eat?This was the concern Green Street School administrators had, since breakfast participation, when served in the gymnasium, resulted in only one-third of students eating the … more
BRATTLEBORO — Recently, Wells Fargo provided a $10,000 grant to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Brattleboro to provide Club youth with a continuum of educational programs focused on academic success, high school graduation, and college … more
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