At their duly warned January 8th meeting, the Lamoille North Modified Unified Union School District Board unanimously approved a motion to indefinitely postpone the warning and public vote for the Cricket Hill Project.
We are planning an exciting evening filled with community spirit, food, presentations, and valuable information! We are thrilled to invite you to our 2024 Annual Meeting on Monday, February, 19th. Click the post to register.
In a bid to revolutionize the landscape of education, Vermont leaders took a bold step forward with the enactment of Act 127, a piece of legislation that aims to reshape the state’s educational system, particularly in rural areas.
Join Lamoille North Superintendent Catherine Gallagher, Business Manager Deb Clark, and district leadership for part two of our small group discussion series happening across our communities in the coming weeks. View the post for dates & times.
On Tuesday, November 14th two amazing teachers from Johnson Elementary were celebrated alongside a host of other educational professionals at the 43rd Annuall University of Vermont Outstanding Educator Day.
On Monday, November 13th, Lamoille Union Middle School celebrated being chosen as just one of two annual recipients of the Educate Innovate Award. The $15,000 award allowed LUMS to invest in three new state-of-the-art CNC routers to provide more technical opportunities to the school’s STEM/STEAM students.