The Tapestry afterschool program is looking for new employees for our Greater Rutland County Supervisory Union sites. All of the following are current openings. Apply today and be inspired! Group Assistants at Proctor, Rutland Town and West Rutland. Group Leaders for the children at Proctor, Rutland Town and West Rutland. Rutland Town School Tapestry is also in need […]
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Today was Proctor Elementary’s start to Red Ribbon Week, which means that it was Pajama day! Students and staff were wearing their favorite pajamas; between Halloween flannels, dinosaur onesies, big comfy t-shirts, sweatpants, and slipper shoes, students were certainly in the spirit. Students in Pre-K had just finished their snack, […]
Despite the chilly air outside, Middletown Springs Elementary students were certainly cozy in their classrooms, with most classes working on reading. In Kindergarten, students had just wrapped up with Lexia, and were transitioning into working on writing their letters. In first grade, students had also just finished with Lexia, and […]
Despite the cold start to the day yesterday, upon entering Wells Village school, it was warm and inviting. After breakfast, students settled into their work quietly. In Kindergarten, they were just wrapping up their morning meeting, which included share time, and concluding it with a game of Bug in a […]
We all know that art can come in all shapes, sizes, mediums, and meaning. However, it can also be said that art created by students have another underlying characteristic; a view of the world and insight from the next generation. Students at PrHS have been working hard since the beginning […]
Each month, students at Poultney Elementary are recognized to be S.T.A.R students; not only are they excellent students, but also show respect to others and lead by example for their peers. Congratulations on all your hard work!
Mrs. Chapdelaine’s 4th grade class at Rutland Town School just finished participating in Reader’s Theater with figurative language. The focus of all the plays were idioms. All our schema wheels can be seen outside our classroom! Students also spent some time learning about our schema, identifying their schema for certain […]
Yesterday morning, Mr. Fifield lead the annual Walk-to-School event at Poultney Elementary School. Students were able to walk-to-school from the Shaw’s in Poultney to school. There were about 110 students who participated! It was certainly a great way to start the day!
Fifth grade students at Rutland Town School were able to go on their first field trip last week! The professors and college students taught us about archeology and local history at the Granger House while Elnu Chief, Roger Longtoe Sheehan shared Abenaki stories and cultural artifacts. What a great way […]
Last week, students at Poultney Elementary School were able to plan and develop their own projects, with the help of Mrs. Dekalb, of course. Check out some of their creations below!