Most high schools have a
student council whose elected members meets regularly to plan community service
events, raise money for projects like the prom, and address student concerns with
the school administration. But Mt. Abraham Union High
School in Bristol is working on something out of the ordinary: a
Every year, nearly one-third of Vermont’s
60 school superintendents are new to their jobs. We look at the impact of high turnover rates, and the job’s aging population. Then, we turn to Vermont
students making a difference. High school students in Bristol are crafting their own constitution, and Cape Breton fiddle students are hosting a benefit concert for their teacher who has cancer.