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How do high school students plan the next steps of their lives, and how do they make that plan a reality?

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The Vermont Legislature convenes in less than a month, and ’tis the season for local lawmakers to make the rounds, talking about their agendas and listening to what’s on their constituents’ minds.

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After two and a half years of self-evaluation, the Stowe and Elmore-Morristown school boards are prepared to declare that they don’t want to hear wedding bells next year.

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Last year, 11 students from Peoples Academy High School dove into the culture of Puerto Rico through a spring break exchange with the five schools that make up Nuestra Escuela.

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The Lamoille North Supervisory Union School Board approved a new two-year teachers contract at a special meeting Monday night, after 149 of the 191 educators in the supervisory union streamed into a board meeting last week and asked the board to work with them on the contract.

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Route 100 in Waterbury, from Guptil Road to the intersection of Moscow Road in Stowe, will have lane closures starting today, Monday, Dec. 11, and lasting about two weeks, according to the Vermont Agency of Transportation.

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How do high school students plan the next steps of their lives, and how do they make that plan a reality?

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Per-pupil spending is growing faster than Vermont’s economy or wages, and the average property tax rate is going up 9.4 cents per $100 of value for both homestead and nonresidential taxpayers.

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