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Archive for May 2019

Kingdom East School District Facilities Bond Information

The Kingdom East School District has published a Facilities Bond Information Landing Page where voters can get more information regarding the Facilities Bond to be voted on on Wednesday, June 19th. A video has also been posted on Youtube to provide an information overview of the Facilities Bond. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7EedDv6J6M Landing Page: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RKZdQNlbGYGP54BeaYJZxpnsmwOytYfBaNz6JzAU2BQ/edit?ts=5ce80109

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From the Superintendent: New Hires Spring 2019

Kingdom East Superintendent’s office is entering a very busy hiring season.  Applicants are highly skilled bringing with them a great deal of experience. We look forward to meeting and working with all these folks across our district. The following are New Hires as of May 5, 2019:   Marc Brown Marc Brown has been hired…

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Our Sympathy

This past weekend, Charlie “Chappy” Chapman died due to an illness. Charlie served for many years as a bus driver at Burke Town School. His route included Newark Hill and several other small roads. Prior to driving bus for Burke, Chappy worked for years as a driver’s education instructor at Lyndon Institute and Lake Region…

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Hire of new principal, Sutton Village School

For Immediate Release   DATE: May 29, 2019   CONTACT: Jennifer Botzojorns, Superintendent of Schools   Rachel Robillard hired as Principal at Sutton School   Lyndonville, VT – Rachel Robillard has been hired to serve as the next principal at Sutton School which is part of the Kingdom East School District.  The current principal, Ken…

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May 23, 2019 – Spring Eeks Out Of Winter

2019-2020 KESD Calendar Please note the change in August start On Monday my road flooded and I was homebound.  AAAHHH, I was grumpy… then remembered that spring in the NEK eeks out of winter, slowly greening the hills, and closing the canopy as leaves fill up the woodland sky.  Ewe’s birth their lambs. We anticipate…

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