ACSD adds new teachers, fresh curriculum

ADDISON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT has welcomed more than 20 new faculty for the 2019-2020 academic year. They include classroom teachers, special educators, a speech language pathologist, a school psychologist, a 504 program coordinator and three student teachers from Middlebury College. Pictured here are — back row, left to right: Lisa Sihler, Luna Asaro-Niederlitz, Ellen Gawarkiewicz, Sarah Fornaby, Dan Raabe, Richard Sherman, Benjamin Weir, Cody Bohl, Jack Parker, Liza Allen and Liam Battjes. Middle row, left to right: Tammie Johnson, Connie Mosquera, Anna Cavazos, Kerry Burns-Collins and Annabelle Maroney. Front row, left to right: Emily Glover, Kelsey Murtha, Rebekah White, Courtney Aucoin, Nicole Chalke and Cece Alter. Independent photo/John Flowers

MIDDLEBURY — The Addison Central School District begins the academic year with more than 20 new educators, four new administrators and roughly the same number of students served last year — 1,750.

Higher education seeing a shifting tide

STUDENTS IN THE YouthWorks program this summer helped serve community supper at the Congregational Church in Middlebury. Shown, left to right, are: Arrien Gadue, David Ogrodowczyk (program instructor), Matt Rich, Ryeli Oudman-Blackwood, Kristen Andrews (program instructor), Ulysses Suazo and Cassie Stevens.

MIDDLEBURY — Higher education opportunities like apprenticeships and community college are on the rise in Vermont, a state where 92 percent of students graduate from high school but only 37 percent


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