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D112 school board reconsidering boundaries

November 21, 2017 by Margaret Tazioli, Freelance Reporter News, School

It has been 25 years since the current district boundary map were drawn and district administrators have had some tricky geometry problems facing them.

The district 112 school board met at their regular meeting Nov. 7...

D112 board signs temporary border solution

December 5, 2017 by Staff Report News, School

The tumultuous journey to a boundary solution for North Shore District 112 is nearing an end, as the school board voted Nov. 28 to move forward with a plan to mitigate the closure of Elm Place Middle School and Lincoln Elementary...

High school celebrates tech education with computer science week

December 13, 2017 by Margaret Tazioli, Freelance Reporter News, School

At Highland Park High School, computer science is for everyone. 

In honor of  national computer science education week, the computer science program hosted a number of activities for math students to experience –...

New D112 Superintendent wants to hit 'reset'

December 27, 2017 by Xavier Ward, Editor News, School

Amid school closings and border disputes, North Shore District 112 can cross finding a new superintendent off its to-do list. 

At its Dec. 12 meeting the school board unanimously approved the appointment of Michael...

Robertson: Giants principal reflects on 2017

January 5, 2018 by Submitted Content News, School

At this time of year, we often reflect on the events that most impacted us.  This past school year, the Highland Park community welcomed me, along with a new principal team, and entrusted us in providing the very best academic and...

D112 to close Elm Place and Lincoln Elementary, consolidate dual language program

by Margaret Tazioli, Freelance Reporter News, Breaking, School

Elm Place Middle School and Lincoln Elementary School will close at the end of the 2017-18 school year as decided at the Oct. 3 board of education meeting.

Six board members voted to close the schools, one abstained....

School News: Sept. 14

by Submitted Content News, School

Highland Park resident chosen for wilderness exploration program

On Saturday, Aug. 19 Maya Reynolds, Highland Park, along with more than 250 first-year University of Vermont students, were led by 80...

Highland Park High School welcomes new students’ parents with open house

by Margaret Tazioli, Freelance Reporter News, School

It was back to high school for hundreds of Highland Park parents on the night of Thursday, Sept. 8. 

Teams of parents vented frustration at not being able to find classrooms, ooh’d and aah’d over the new pool and...