By Katy Savage Jim Arnosky was being careful as he paddled in a canoe on a river in the Everglades, but his wife was shaking. A 9-foot crocodile sunbathing in the mud beside them jumped over the top of their […]
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 […]
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 or combinations of […]
March 14 is Pi Day! Students learn the parts of a circle, calculate the diameter, circumference, and area of circular and spherical objects, and read books such as “Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi,” available in the KES Library.