The pandemic has turned most parts of public school on its head this year by not only disrupting classes and athletics, but also drama programs. Kayla Martin reports efforts to keep the theater arts alive.
Many Burlington Technical Center students are back in classrooms at spaces scattered across the Queen City after students and teachers were forced to relocate after the school district discovered PCB contamination on the Burlington High School campus last month. Christina Guessferd got a first look inside one of the alternate workspaces at Saint Mark’s Catholic Church.
Vermont is now one month into the school year and districts are reevaluating the learning model they selected at the end of the summer. Meanwhile, the union representing Vermont teachers remains wary about sudden changes.
At the start of the pandemic, people were fleeing COVID-19 hot zones for safer ground. Some of them came to Vermont, and with school enrollment increasing around the state, it looks like some of those families may be staying.
Most Vermont schools are teaching through various hybrid models, allowing students to learn both in the classroom and remotely, but a growing number of schools are going full-time or are thinking about making the switch.
Burlington High School officials say some technical center students will be back in alternative classrooms by next week after concerns over PCB contamination prompted them to shutter the high school earlier this month and return to remote-learning.
When Vermont education officials announced Tuesday that schools could expand in-person learning options and go back to all five-days in-person, Tunbridge Central School is one of the schools that decided to do just that.
Clinton County, New York, officials are providing more details on a youth soccer game that led to Monday’s decision to shut down in-person learning for the entire district after just five days of class.
One Chittenden County school system will be moving many of its students back to in-person learning full-time. The Essex Westford School District will start in-person learning in October for pre-K through 5th grade.
Three Vermont families are suing Vermont’s education secretary and certain school districts saying that denying them a state tuition benefit to send their children to religious schools is unconstitutional.
One day down and about 174 more to go this year for Vermont public school students. So how did it go? Our Olivia Lyons spoke to students who said wearing a mask in school will take some getting used to, but they're happy to be learning in person again.
Vermont students that started the school year Tuesday in the classroom had quite the morning as schools got to see the fruits of their preparations. Channel 3′s Kevin Gaiss was at one school drop off in Essex Junction to see how the planning paid off.
While Vermont schools all start next week, some in northern New York began Thursday, including one district that made a late switch to all-remote learning. Our Kelly O'Brien shows you what the first day for one freshman looked like in the Boquet Valley School District
As schools in northern New York ramp up for the upcoming year, there will be one thing missing from the halls of the Plattsburgh City School District -- school resource officers. School officials say they were shocked by the city council’s recent unanimous decision to not renew the two SRO contracts.
With just under a week until Vermont schools are back in session, each district across the state is fine-tuning different models of how they plan to teach students safely this year. For some, that includes the child care hubs that students will use on remote learning days.