- Last Updated on Friday, 24 March 2017 14:26
On Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017, the Vermont Scripps Spelling Bee was held at St. Michael’s college. Students from 29 schools participated to determine the Vermont state representative for the National Scripps Spelling Bee held in Washington D.C in late May. The following are the top 3 spellers…
1st Place – Lucinda Storz of Thaddeus Stevens School
2nd Place – Zachary Anti of Waterford Elementary School
3rd Place – Raghav Dhandi of Main Street School
- Last Updated on Friday, 17 March 2017 10:07
Marijuana and the Young Brain, Tuesday, March 28, 6:00-8:00pm
For Parents and Students
Sponsored by MSMS Parents' Group and Central Vermont New Directions Coalition
6:00-6:30 - Refreshments - Free Pizza - Pizza is generously donated by Sarducci's
6:30-6:40 - Ice Breaker
6:40-7:00 - Overview- What is in the cannabis plant, How tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) impacts the brain, Methods ofuse, various types of the drug, differences of illegal marijuana and medical marijuana and a brief discussion on current proposed laws in Vermont.
7:00-7:20 - Small group discussion/scenarios: parents & teens
7:20-7:30 - Wrap up of scenarios: What questions do you have?
7:30-7:45 - Questions & Answers
Debby Haskins is a Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor with 30 years of experience in the substance prevention & treatment world. She is a trainer for Center for Health & Learning on Suicide Prevention, Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs and Injury, and Violence Prevention. Debby worked in two area schools as a Student Assistance Professional (S.A.P.) and was the Executive Director of the Association of Student Assistance Professionals of Vermont overseeing the 92 S.A. P. programs in Vermont’s middle & high schools. Along with her continued teachings she has a private practice in Waterbury.
- Last Updated on Thursday, 16 February 2017 10:29
- Last Updated on Thursday, 02 February 2017 12:09
St. Augustines Church recently donated oak lumber from a few of the pews that they removed from the historic landmark. Their sexton, Karl Miller graciously contacted Crafters Edge and asked them if they would be interested in the lumber for the projects they were creating this year. The wood was used for small tables and cutting boards. A Crafters Edge student, Bobby Cody, decided he wanted to do something nice for the church for donating the wood so he designed and constructed a solid repurposed oak table that could be used to hold pamphlets and other media for the members of the church. This is the final product. Thanks to St Augustines and thanks to Bobby for doing such a professional job and giving back to the community!
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 December 2016 11:12
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