Otter Valley

09/05/2019
BRANDON — Visiting Poultney dealt the Otter Valley Union High School football team a 40-20 setback on Saturday in the Division III season opener for both programs. Blue Devil running back Levi Allen powered Poultney with five touchdowns, four on the ground from 1, 3, 47 and 51 yards out, and one through the air on a 40-yard toss from quarterback Caden Chapman. That catch snapped a 6-6 tie late in the first half. Allen ran for 234 yards in 14 carries, and Poultney also recovered a fumble in the OV end zone to make it 21-6 in the third quarter.  OV QB Alex Polli tossed two TD passes to Brady...

NESHOBE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
09/02/2019
BRANDON — As the new school year started this past Wednesday, students saw some new faces in the classrooms of the Brandon-area schools. These new faces are the dedicated faculty and staff that greet students every morning. These individuals spent many days over the summer working to come together with veteran teachers and staff to become a team. These are the new faculty and staff in Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union/Otter Valley Unified Union. NESHOBE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: (L to R): • Tami Munford – Teacher: Spanish • Molly Bull – Guidance Counselor • Gwen LaPorte – Paraeducator   OTTER...

RNESU SUPERINTENDENT JEANNE Collins is concerned about a Trump administration proposal that would tighten eligibility requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — know as SNAP. That program provides food support systems to low-income families, and participants with children in schools are automatically enrolled in the free and reduced lunch program.
08/19/2019
BRANDON — A snapshot from the state of how local schools performed on state tests show a sharp disparity in performances between those on free and reduced-price lunches and those who are not on the program. Now, a new change in federal law could compound that issue further. A Trump administration proposal would tighten eligibility requirements for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — know as SNAP. That program provides food support systems to low-income families, and participants with children in schools are automatically enrolled in the free and reduced lunch program. The new...

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