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Four of six towns in WCSU passed Act 46 school board unification
By Polly Lynn Mikula
On Tuesday, March 7, six towns in the Windsor Central Supervisory Union voted on the proposed Act 46 school district merger. Killington,Woodstock, Bridgewater and Pomfret passed…
Thursday, Feb. 9 at 6 p.m.—KILLINGTON—Support the Killington Elementary School KEEPERS organization at the winter social fundraiser on Feb. 9, 6-8 p.m. at The Foundry at Summit Pond. Tickets are $20 per person, and can be purchased in advance or at the door. Tickets include…
Courtesy of Betty Hughes
Nancy Evans Hamor and Jason Evans stand with the Killington pre-k class at the entrance to KES’s Nature Trail.
KILLINGTON — Nancy Evans Hamor, past Sherburne Elementary nursery school teacher from 1968-1969, turned 70 years old last month….
By Robin Alberti
Evan Joaquin, a sixth grader from Killington Elementary School, is the winner of the 2016 Vermont Urban and Community Forestry Program’s Growing Works of Art Contest.
This year, the Growing Works of Art contest theme was Healthy Trees, Healthy Communities. Participating students…
KILLINGTON—Students in kindergarten through sixth grade attended a ski/snowboard assembly on Monday, Jan. 11, in preparation for the first KES Trailblazer Day of the season, Thursday, Jan. 14. Areas of focus included ski attire, ski day procedures, and skiing and snowboard safety. The expectation is…
Courtesy of College of St. Joseph’s
By Polly Lynn
On Wednesday, July 1, former Principal of Killington Elementary School Loren M. Pepe announced that Mary Guggenberger would be taking over the reins as the new school principal starting July…
Courtesy of Killington Elementary School
Preschoolers spend a day as Kindergartners.
KILLINGTON — Children in the preschool at Killington Elementary School, known as P@K, have had an opportunity to visit and enjoy the kindergarten room they will attend in…
Courtesy of KES
KES students think like engineers, using creativity for problem solving skills.
Third-graders visualize fractions
Third-graders are using pattern blocks, paper rectangles, pizza circles and drawings to help them develop visual images of how fractions…
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