October 25, 2014
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Dothan Brook Recognized

DBS recognized as an "Exemplar" school in Vermont's Positive Behavior Program. Please see the Valley News article at:   http://www.vnews.com/news/13889689-95/school-notes-hartfords-dothan-brook-school-wins-award-for-positive-behavior-program

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Track and Field Bond Article Information

Shall general obligation bonds of the Hartford Town School District in an amount not to exceed  Three Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,500,000) be issued for the purpose of financing the cost of  making athletic field improvements at th...

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White River School Defies Odds

It sure is nice to have some positive news reported! Read about the wonderful work being done in our district! http://www.vnews.com/home/13759601-95/white-river-school-defies-odds-with-above-average-test-scores ...

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Vermont Releases Science Results at WRS

Vermont Releases Science Results at WRS D ue to Hartford's achievement on the NECAP Science test last year, Secretary of Education, Rebecca Holcombe released the statewide results at the White River School this morning in a formal press release. WCAX, Channel 3 was present, as well as the Valley News and several other media outlets.  The results reveal that our elementary schools scor...

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Hartford Schools Recognized

Hartford School District has been recognized! Yes, someone has noticed some of the great things and great people in our district. Here are a few of the bright spots so far this year: * Two teachers have been identified as Mathematics and Science Presidential Awardee State Finalists  Suzan Locke, White River School and Linda Gilbert, Dothan Brook School are both being honored for their exemplary t...

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Suicide Awareness Walk

Suicide Awareness Walk What a great turnout by the regional schools and communities for the Suicide Awareness Walk. Thanks to all who participated in this 5.2 mile walk to raise awareness of suicide in our communities. Nearly 150 walkers participated, nearly 60 were from Hartford.

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