Baseball Night At 3 Brothers Pizza! Tonight!

Once again, Three Brothers Pizza will be contributing a portion of their sales today Wednesday May 13th, to Colchester Baseball. The Three Brothers are long-standing supporters of the baseball program and are a fine example of Colchester Business supporting our students and athletes. Please visit them at 973 Roosevelt Pkwy. or call them at 655-5550. Either eat in or take out earns $$ for the baseball program. You can see their extensive menu here.

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10th Annual Colchester High School Golf Classic

Colchester Athletic Booster Association, Inc. (CABA) is proud to announce the 10th Annual Colchester High School Golf Classic, to be held on Monday, August 3, 2015, at Rocky Ridge Golf course.  All proceeds going to the benefit CABA, a non-profit organization which financially supports the athletic programs within Colchester High School through year round fundraising events run by parents and other volunteers.

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This year’s goal is to raise $10,000 for the 10th annual event.  Money raised by CABA funds team uniforms and equipment.  In addition, CABA is looking to fund safety improvements to the Softball and Baseball fields backstops.

There are contests, prizes and lunch provided after a great day of golf.  If you would like to participate or have a business that would like to be a hole sponsor, please contact;

Diane Bacon at 881-1214 or email dmnbaconvt@aol.com;

Dayle Losier at 999-9289 or email  dplosier@gmail.com;

Lisa Bell at 734-4269 or email bellmemories@hotmail.com;

Melanie Meunier at 802-310-4866 or m.meunier@comcast.net

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Visioning A Village On The Bay

In the past decades Colchester has envisioned transforming West Lakeshore Drive into a recreation and tourism  center on Mallets Bay, but the lack of infrastructure has stymied those plans . Now with efforts to address infrastructure moving forward, the town will begin updating the zoning and development standards for “Malletts Bay Village”.MB Planning

The Colchester Planning Commisssion is inviting everyone who lives, works and recreates on the Bay to join in a series of events intended to refine the vision for Malletts Bay Village and consider how to make that future happen.

The sessions consist of:

Tuesday May 19th, 10:30 am to 12:30 pm – Brown Bag Lunch at the Bayside Activity Center – An update on development initiatives and an open discussion of the big issues confronting West Lakeshore development. That session will be followed by a Walk-And-Talk, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the Bayside Pavillion and a Visioning Session 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the High School Cafeteria.

Tuesday June 2nd, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm – Events in the Kirker Community Room at Colchester PD -Open Houses to discuss alternatives to West Lakeshore scenarios resulting from the May 19th sessions. 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm – Small group workshops to identify priorities and preferred approaches to West Lakeshore development.

For more information on the sessions go to “A VISION FOR MALLETTS BAY VILLAGE“.

Come add your voice to the process!

 

2015 Colchester High School Honors Banquet

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The 2015 Colchester High School Honors Banquet will be held at 6:30pm on Tuesday, June 2 at the Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center on Williston Road in South Burlington.  This long-standing Colchester High School tradition honors students who have maintained academic excellence throughout their high school careers; this year we honor 30 students who will be graduating magna and summa cum laude:

Alex Barrett, Connor Breen, Michael Chambers, Corrine Colgrove, Libby Connors,

Alison Davis, Kevin Desmond, Hannah Echo, Ellis Igneri, Kacey LaBonte,

Erik Lagerquist, Tim Lewis, Patrick McHugh, Maggie McNeil, Andrew Pike,

Allison Pilcher, Maddy Powell, Gabriel Rancoud-Guillon, Ellen Rathe

Sam Rancoud-Guillon, Hannah Rogers, Nigel Sarrazin, Rachel Scibek

Ben Seaman, Sophia Simkins, Hannah Spence, Anthony Tabet, Destyni Travers,

Rexy Vachereau, Kiera Zehnacker.

The public is invited to join us in congratulating these seniors on their outstanding achievements at this very special event.  If you cannot attend, please consider showing your support by sponsoring a student. The cost of the meal including tax, tip and beverage is $22 per person. If you are interested please contact the Honors Banquet Committee:

Jim Price at priceJ@csdvt.org or

Aimee DeLaricheliere at delaricheliereA@csdvt.org

Phone Contact Through CHS at 802-264-5700

 

 

 

Announcing The New CMS Principal

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The Colchester School District is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Michele Coté as the principal of Colchester Middle School.

Ms. Coté has served as the middle school principal at the Barre City Elementary and Middle school for more than seven years, Special Services Director there for one year and special educator in the Barre district for several years.

Ms. Coté describes her vision for a middle school as “one in which students feel safe, welcomed, and challenged as well as encouraged to explore their interests, find their voice, and contribute to the school and greater community.”

Colchester School District Superintendent Larry Waters said, “The board was presented with two fine candidates for the CMS role and the selection of Ms. Coté came down to simply one of broad experience with the dynamic and changing nature of the middle school environment.”

The Colchester School District welcomes Ms. Michele Coté.

District – Wide Art Show at CHS This Week!

Just a quick Spotlight reminder that the annual Colchester School District Art Show will be running this week Tuesday May 5th through Friday May 8th from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the CHS Gym.

The show includes artwork from ALL district schools. EVERY CHS Art student exhibits their work, as well as a written Artist Statement about their work. A reception for Artists, Families, and the Colchester community, with refreshments served, is Thursday night, May 7, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

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8th Annual Colchester Touch-A-Truck


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Saturday May 2nd 2015 In the Colchester High School Parking Lot at 131 Laker Lane.

From 9:00 to 10:30 will be quiet time with no sirens used.

From 10:30 to 11:00 sirens will be allowed.

This is a free event Rain Or Shine!!

Come out and see what it’s like to be in the big trucks! Children (and parents) can climb, sit and play on tractors, police cars, dump trucks, fire trucks and a variety of other vehicles.

Don’t forget your cameras to capture the smile on your child’s face as they sit on the large trucks!TouchATruckTower

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District-Wide Art Show at CHS Next Week!

The annual Colchester School District Art Show will be running Tuesday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. In the CHS Gym.

The show includes artwork from ALL district schools. EVERY CHS Art student exhibits their work, as well as a written Artist Statement about their work. Reception for Artists, Families, and the Colchester community, with refreshments served, is Thursday night, May 7, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

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Union Memorial School K-2 Students Performed the Musical “HATS!”

All kindergarten through second grade students at Union Memorial School (UMS) performed the musical, “Hats!” by John Jacobson and John Higgins on April 14 and 15, 2015 in the Colchester High School Theatre. The performance was a culmination of several weeks of learning for the students that included reading the script and learning songs, speaking parts and dances.

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Musicals provide a great opportunity for the children to learn and explore on so many levels,” said Martie Mutz, CSD music teacher at UMS and Porters Point School. “For many of our children this is their first time on a real stage.”

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“Hats!” offers this story synopsis:  “Hats of all shapes and sizes take over the stage when a group of milliners help Hatless Hank find the perfect hat. Clever rhyming script and song writing explore all kinds of hats, their uses and the people who wear them. A surprise awaits the audience when Ima Milliner appears in her own remarkable, stupendous, contagious hat of all hats! Discover that it’s not the hat that makes a person special, but what’s underneath!” 

For more information including pictures of the events, visit Ms. Mutz’s blog: Music at Union Memorial School at http://blogs.csdvt.org/mutzm/.

Come Meet The Candidates!

Colchester Middle School Principal Search

Candidate Public Forum

Tuesday May 5th, 2015

Colchester High School

Library / Media Center 

The public is invited to attend a Community Open Forum to meet the candidates for the position of

Colchester Middle School Principal.

The following candidates have been forwarded to the board by the CMS Principal Search Committee:

Mr. Justin Brown

Colchester High School Assistant Principal

Ms. Michele Cote

Barre City Middle School Principal

The public will have access to the candidates for a question and answer period running from 5:15 to 6:00 P.M. This will be followed by the School Board candidate interviews to be held in open session from 6:15 to 7:00 P.M.

A regular School Board meeting will follow at 7:00 P.M. with an executive session anticipated at public session close.

The public is encouraged to attend.

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