Donald Trump has lots of Vermont supporters. Extrapolating from the latest voter registration and polling data, 156,800 registered voters in Vermont approve of how the Republican president is doing his job.
We wanted to update the Harwood Union community on the school board’s process this fall in reviewing change models for our school district and share with you what’s ahead.
As the Harwood Union school board is in the midst of considering multiple change scenarios, I appreciated the opportunity to attend the two community forums that were held and to interact directly with members of the community on the subject.
Members of the Harwood Union school board requested the opportunity to answer the following question: How are you approaching the decision ahead on the district’s pre-K-12 plan?
On Saturday, Oct. 19, at 10:30 a.m., the Waterbury Public Library will host Drag Queen Story Hour — DQSH — featuring Vermont-based drag queens Emoji Nightmare and Nikki Champagne.
My mother’s family comes from the hills of western Pennsylvania. As a boy, our family summer vacation inevitably meant my being stuffed into the back of our station wagon for a trip to Johnstown.
As the mother of two young children who headed back to school this month, I have had firsthand experiences with the incredible challenges of finding high-quality, affordable child care here in Vermont.
In response to Rob Williams (“It’s time: Merge the middle schools, close Fayston,” Sept. 12): While I thank you for your service to our community, I must respectfully disagree with many of your assertions regarding the Harwood Union school district.
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