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Vermont’s New Universal Preschool Law

Providing quality preschool lays the foundation for student success in later grades  and after graduation.  Last year, the Vermont Legislature made a number of changes to the law to increase access for 3 and 4 year old children to preschool programs.  Parents and guardians of 3 and 4 year olds, we invite you to read the informational […]

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Principal Search – Discussion Results

On Thursday, October 23rd, the Cabot School Board held a special meeting to gather input from our school and larger community about the qualities important in our school's next principal. Our interim principal Gail Curtis will be leaving us at the end of this school year. As we advertise for her successor the board wanted to […]

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Cabot High School Student Film a Winner of Rowland Foundation Contest

Cabot High School students Ian Lewis, Clemetine O’Connor and Megan Walker learned today that their short film, “Killing Goblins Together,” was one of four winning entries to The Rowland Foundation's "My School Builds Character" contest. It will be featured at the Rowland Foundation’s October 30 conference at the Davis Center on the campus of the […]

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Preschool and Pizza Night, October 27

Cabot parents of two and three year olds are cordially invited to attend Preschool and Pizza Night at Monday, October 27, 2014. Read full story to access the flyer.  

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Cabot School Builds Character – Student Films

Cabot High School juniors were recently presented with a challenge: in four minutes or less, create a film to show how our school builds character, and enter it in a statewide competition.  Sponsored by the Rowland Foundation, the contest was designed to acknowledge the good things happening in Vermont schools and to provide a way […]

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Paying for College Presentation at Cabot High School

Paying for College Presentation  – Cabot Library,  Tuesday, 10/21/14 , 6 - 7:30 PM Attend a free Paying for College presentation at Cabot High School. All sessions are open to the public. If you cannot attend the session at Cabot, consider attending one in a nearby community. Topics include how to pay for college, what sort of aid is […]

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Come to Math & Potatoes Night, Oct. 16

Cabot and Twinfield Families are cordially invited to attend  a delicious baked potato dinner and a presentation by Professor Mahesh Sharma. Professor Sharma will talk with parents about how children learn math and what parents can do to help.   Also, learn what’s going on in math instruction and why. Date: Thursday, October 16th  in the […]

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Pre-K – 6 Basketball News

PK-6 Basketball is getting started early this year!  Look for your registration forms coming home from school and turn them in at your 1st practice. Practices after 11/17 (when the high school begins) for 3/4 and 5/6 teams will be determined later.  Michelle Delaney is coordinating basketball for the Recreational Department this year.  You can […]

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Calling All Cabot Residents With Carpentry Skills And Tools

Please join other Cabot residents in this effort to make the playground safer. Volunteers with carpentry skills will join together to repair both the swing structure and the play structure - replacing wood, ropes, screws, bolts, sanding, etc..  More hands make light work!  Please bring battery-operated screw drivers and hammers, and we will provide  all building materials. Brad […]

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School starts on Tuesday!

  Cabot staff and faculty have been eagerly preparing for the arrival of students on Tuesday, August 26.  Thanks to our fabulous custodial staff, everything looks wonderful and we're all looking forward to seeing you soon.  As always, we welcome any questions; feel free to call us at 563-2289.

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The Faces of Community: Kassandra Morse, Class of 2014, Produces Radio Documentary

This summer, recent Cabot School graduate Kassandra Morse  spent two weeks with a small group of high school and college students creating a radio documentary about Detroit with the program Conversations from the Open Road. The group conducted many interviews with people all around Detroit: from UAW Local 600 retirees, to activists from the Grace […]

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Basketball Camp for Students in Grades 3 – 12

The Cabot Recreational Department is hosting a basketball skills camp July 28th through August 1st from 8 am until 12 pm. Kids can get free breakfast and lunch every day except Friday. Mike Jarvis, a basketball coach with ten years of experience, is the head coach. The camp cost is $25 and scholarships are available. Checks can […]

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US News and World Report Rates Cabot a Top Vermont High School

Cabot High School is proud to announce that it has been recognized as one of the best high schools in Vermont, according to U.S. News and World Report, which recently awarded  it a bronze medal.  Eight high schools in the state were named silver medal schools and seven were recognized as bronze medals schools. Follow the […]

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Pete Ackermann – Vermont’s 2014 School Custodian of the Year

  WHITE RIVER JUNCTION – One very special and hard-working school custodian was chosen  recently by the Vermont Agency of Education (AOE) and the Vermont School Custodians &  Maintenance Association (VSCMA) as Vermont’s 2014 School Custodian of the Year. Peter  Ackermann, the Transportation, Facilities, and Maintenance Coordinator at Cabot School, was honored  at the VSCMA’s […]

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Class of 2014 Graduates

    Congratulations to the Class of 2014!  Thanks to Lisa Celley for the photograph.  

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One Million Bones Project Releases Film

On June 8, 2013, one million handmade bones crafted by students, artists, and activists from around the world were laid on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.  A striking symbol of our common humanity, these bones were made to honor those lost to genocides ad mass atrocities and those still fighting to survive them in […]

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Lasagna Dinner Sales Fund June Term Opportunities

Thanks to the enormous support of the Cabot community, our high school students were able to make and sell about 280 lasagna dinners to benefit their June term experiences, two weeks of intensive elective courses. View Timothy Mueller-Harder's "Time Lapse Lasagnas" video here, and then check out the photographs from the first week of June […]

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Limes Launches Kickstarter Campaign – Only 15 days Left!

 Read full story to access the Limes' fabulous new video featured on their Kickstarter page for details about how you can help fund the work of this extraordinary group! Here is an excerpt from that page. A 20-piece original alt-pop funk orchestra that redefines the concept of “school band.” In the fall of 2013, the Cabot […]

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Remembering Dick Spaulding

Lisa Dunlavey Spaulding asked Dave Schilling to speak at his memorial service on behalf of Dick's students and colleagues at Cabot School. Here's the text of Dave's eulogy.  (Read full story to access it.) My name is Dave Schilling, and I've had the absolute honor of working with Dick at the Cabot School for the […]

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A Paw Print on Our Hearts

We are deeply saddened by the death of Dick Spaulding, our teacher, colleague, mentor, and good friend. His absence will be felt deeply in our community. In the words of our elementary students, Dick: Loved us when we were good and when we were not so good Made a joke when he tagged us at […]

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Cabot Students Shine at Destination Imagination Tournament

  After months of preparation, Cabot School's Destination Imagination teams performed impressively at their Saturday, March 22 tournament, bringing home four new trophies and a special certificate award. With the only Rising Stars team at the tournament, Cabot School was in the spotlight at the opening ceremony. The third and fourth grade team  came in third […]

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Brian Boyes and Peter Stratman Awarded Rowland Fellowship

Cabot teachers Brian Boyes and Peter Stratman have been selected as Rowland Fellows for 2014.  The honor comes with $100,000 awarded to Cabot School to support their work, research and sabbatical next year. Read the full story to access the Rowland Foundation official announcement; scroll down to read about Brian and Peter's vision for their […]

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Return of The Limes

After an eight year hiatus, the legendary Vermont student band, The Limes, are back. With an all-new cast of all-star high school musicians, the 21-piece original alt-pop funk orchestra has once again redefined the concept of school band. Infused with minimalist mallet percussion, jazz-inspired horn lines and post-rock guitar orchestrations, The Limes boast a six-person […]

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Cabot School Report 2014

The 2014 Cabot School Report is available online.  Read full story to access the link.

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Kat Wright & The Indomitable Soul Band

Reserve your tickets now!  Friday, February 21, 2014, 7 PM at the Cabot Performing Arts Center. $10 suggested donation. Read full story to access link to  make your reservation.

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Cabot Community Auditions February 15

NOTICE OF AUDITIONS Feb 15th, 2014, Cabot United Church, Cabot Village.  1-5 pm (walk-ins 1-3; scheduled auditions 3-5) HMS Pinafore and Cox and Box, by Gilbert and Sullivan and The Marriage of Figaro, by Mozart See attached poster for more details.

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Cabot School Café Earns National Recognition

On Friday, the People of the Beans Café at Cabot School learned that it has earned recognition as a Gold Certified School-Based Enterprise by DECA. "This is a national-level recognition, and is the result of tons of work by student managers Heidi Cookson and Kassandra Morse,” said advisor Dave Schilling. To earn the certification, the […]

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Cabot School Winter Concert Preview! CSPAC – 6:30 Wed. Jan. 22!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGzBTwTqKIM&feature=youtu.be Come see an unforgettable Cabot School Winter Concert at 6:30 in CSPAC, Wednesday, January 22! Read full story to access a video clip from this afternoon's show.  

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John McSweeney Posthumously Honored with Frank Watson Outstanding Technology Educator Award

On Friday, November 8, 2013 at Vermont Fest, a conference for educators, Donna McSweeney accepted the Frank Watson Outstanding Technology Educator Award, posthumously awarded to John McSweeney.  Now in its ninth year, this award is presented to “a person whose many years of devoted service, vision and leadership have significantly advanced Vermont educational technology at […]

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Jam a Van in Support of Food Share – December 17

On December 17th, from 3-7 PM, the BTC SEED class and grades 5 and 6 will be attempting to fill both of our vans from floor to ceiling with food donations for the Cabot/Walden Food Share distribution the next day. Of course, if you can’t make it from 3-7, donations will be collected all day […]

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High School Portraits

The high school art class worked really hard at capturing their likeness as well as an additional challenge: Can you add an element between the viewer and the sitter to set your portrait into a space beyond the surface? Most everyone rose to the challenge and surprised themselves at their success. Read full story for images.

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Cabot Students Accepted to Winooski Valley Fall Music Festival

Congratulations to Clementine O'Connor, Lars Hammer and Heidi Cookson for their recent participation in the Winooski Valley Fall Music Festival at U32.  This year Cabot had a 100% acceptance rate to this competitive, audition-based festival in which they work with other central Vermont students under the direction of a noted guest conductor.

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Mazie O’Connor, Class of 2012, featured in Northeast Kingdom Astronomy Foundation’s video

Mazie O'Connor, Cabot High School class of 2012, was recently featured in the Northeast Kingdom Astronomy Foundation's video, What's Up? With Mazie O'Connor.  Click here to view her segment on dark matter. Read full story to access the link.

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Down Street Eats to Feature Show of Cabot Student Artists

High school art students practiced their mat cutting skills in preparation for our exhibit at "Down Street Eats" in downtown Cabot. Work features art by early elementary through high school.

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Grier Named as Student-Athlete of the Week at JSC

Women's soccer player Shannon Grier, Cabot School Class of 2011, has been named student-athlete of the week at Johnson State College after making 11 stops in goal for the Badgers in their match against Plymouth St. Sunday afternoon. Grier, a sophomore from Plainfield , Vermont, has appeared in 14 matches for the Badgers this season as […]

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Seth O’Brien, Cabot Alumnus, Becomes First Full-time, Permanent IT Tech at the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at UVM

  The Rubenstein School of  Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR) at the University of Vermont recently announced that Seth O'Brien, Cabot High School class of 2007, had been appointed RSENR’s first full-time, permanent IT technician. O'Brien has been with the Rubenstein School on a temporary basis since 2011. For the full story, follow this link.  

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BioSoap: Better Soap Through Science

Michael Hendrix's Cabot's tenth grade biology class is exploring the world of science through the creation of unique, handmade soaps. They've launched a campaign to go into medium-scaled production and give our excellent soaps back to the community! Soapmaking is as much science as it is an art. In order to create effective, skin-friendly, and […]

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Women Can Do

What do running a chain saw, watching a demo of 3-D printing, and extracting DNA all have in common?  These were among variety of new experiences offered to the six young women from the Cabot ninth grade class who drove to Vermont Techinical College with Lindsey Yablonowski, VSAC outreach counselor, and Laura Lacroix, school counselor […]

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Shadow Puppet Animation!

Our third and fourth graders had a chance to experiment with animation after completing puppets in art. An unplanned bonus feature of this project happened by chance when one student realized that their puppets could be shared on the big screen by taking still shots with their characters in front of the projector. Read full […]

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Fall Fitness

Students in Deb Bothfeld's physical education classes have been getting some aerobic exercise at the same time as they've been providing helpful service to folks living near school.  Pictured here are students in three of Deb's classes. Read full story to access images.  (Clicking on an image will open that image; click on it a […]

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Cabot Boys Beat Twinfield

Yesterday's final home game against Twinfield was intense!  The team appreciated the great turnout by families, friends and  faculty for our Senior Day.   With equal back and forth play on the field, Caleb fired in the first goal.  Twinfield came back to tie it up and scored a second goal.  Darren fired one in to […]

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Cabot Picks Corn for Food Shelf

On Wednesday, September 25,  Cabot students and staff picked multiple bushels of corn from the Hourihans' field to benefit the Vermont Food Shelf. Click on any image in the gallery to view the full size image.

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Kindergarten Clayworkers

Kindergartners  in art class have been experimenting with different clay techniques such as rolling, wedging, coils, and stamping. They wholeheartedly embrace the opportunity to create three dimensional art with one tool, their hands.

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Principal’s Update, September 6

A correction to last week’s Back-to-School Night announcement….the date is September 11 and the day of the week is Wednesday, not Thursday.  Please see the schedule below for dinner seating and classroom presentation times.  Since it’s impossible to coordinate the schedule for several children, it is fine to drop in to a class when it works […]

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Principal’s Update, August 30

Seeing the children’s expectant faces on the first day of school is always a joy.  They seem to know that school holds great promise for them.  Over the summer, we take hundreds of hours of professional development to prepare for the new school year.  You will notice right off that developing math fluency is a […]

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Rural Trust Global Teacher Fellowship Awarded to Ian Burfoot-Rochford and Austin Fay

Grades four and five teachers Ian Burfoot-Rochford and Austin Fay have been awarded a Rural Trust Global Teacher Fellowship,  which will allow them to travel to Peru to visit ancient and cultural sites and to volunteer with children in an orphanage and school in and around Cusco. These travels will be used to design a project-based […]

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Principal’s Update, May 17

While writing has been the focus of teacher professional development and classroom implementation these past 2 school years, math will be moving into the front seat for 2013-14.  Training with Harvard math consultant, Mahesh Sharma has begun and 8 teachers will attend a week-long summer training with Mahesh.  One focus of this work is what […]

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Cabot School Seeking Family Responses to Climate Survey

Dear Parents and Guardians of Cabot Students, As part of our effort to be an organization that is always learning and improving, we will be conducting a survey called the Comprehensive School Climate Inventory (CSCI). Different versions of the survey will be given to parents, students and school personnel, which will allow us to hear […]

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Henry at Fenway!

Congratulations to Cabot School eighth grader Henry Burke, who performed a heartfelt, a capella rendition of "God Bless America" at Fenway Park on Sunday afternoon, April 21.  Read full story to access the link to the WCAX video of Henry's superb performance. Thanks to Erik Mueller-Harder's friend Mark Kaminsky for the stunning photograph and permission to […]

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Cabot School Newsletter, April 12

The Cabot School Newsletter, the new and improved weekly bulletin, is now available online. It is also sent weekly to your inbox if you subscribe to Cabot's Front Porch Forum. Click here to access this week's edition, complete with lunch menus, the principal's update, and more. (Read full story to access the links.)

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Principal’s Update, March 22

As I write today’s update, I am attending the New England League of Innovative Schools spring conference. There are 450 people here, the vast majority from schools much larger than ours. In yesterday’s opening session, I was called on to describe a specific example of civic engagement among Cabot students. Later in the session, the […]

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Cabot Student School Board Members Promote Student Voice

On March 22nd, Cabot School Board student representatives Hugh Burke,  Heidi Cookson, and Kassandra Morse, accompanied by Superintendent Nancy Thomas, traveled to Montpelier to attend a meeting hosted by the Vermont School Boards’ Association and the Vermont Superintendents’ Association.  There they discussed and promoted the participation of students on school boards across Vermont. Hugh Burke, […]

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Ukrainian Egg Decorating Workshop – Free, March 23

On Saturday morning, March 23, Ruth Kaldor will be offering a class in Pysanka Ukrainian egg decorating, using the traditional wax resist technique with beeswax.  Come join us! Read full story to access the link to the poster with all the details.

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Principal’s Update, March 15

I’ve just returned from the Middle School Exhibition “Seedfolks,” an integrated study of the story by the same name, the science of soil and seed germination and how seeds and Seedfolk come together to create sustainable communities. An exhibition of this caliber takes weeks of research and revision. Students use their own “expert” research to […]

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Third Graders Prepare for Valentine’s Day

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Theories of Negative Space

How could a shape be made with empty space? First and second graders tested theories of negative space when they worked with positive and negative space stencils to create shapes.

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The Strength of a Community

It has been nearly five years since the Cabot School Performing Arts Center opened its doors.  Since then we’ve hosted dozens of  student and professional concerts, exhibitions of learning, workshops, fundraisers, alumni events, dances, plays, and much more. It's a cause to celebrate. "I just came across this video that was produced for the opening […]

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Reserve Tickets Now for A Magical Mystery Tour – LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE

                A Magical Mystery Tour - Cabot School Performing Arts Center – Wednesday & Thursday, December 19 & 20, 7:00 PM Please reserve your tickets now to ensure seats for this performance! There will only be 75 seats available on each evening, December 19 and 20. After you have […]

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4th and 5th Grades Study Conservation With Local Expert

A few weeks ago Cabot fourth and fifth grade students were honored to have a representative from Siskin Ecological Adventures join them and teachers Ian Burfoot-Rochford and Austin Fay for lively discussions about such issues as water pollution, renewable sources of energy, and other conservation efforts. Students performed experiments indoors and outside, creating water filters, […]

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Principal’s Update – December 7

December 7, 2012 Cabot School exhibitions are for everyone.  Exhibitions demonstrate student learning and will give you first-hand evidence of student engagement and depth of understanding.  Next week, elementary music students will present,  "The Joy of Music: A Creative Community Workshop.”  This exhibition will focus on three themes: ensemble, communication, and creativity and will model […]

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Cabot School Ranks #1 in Vermont for Post-Secondary Enrollment Rate

A recent report by the Vermont State Department of Education ranks Cabot School highest in the state for the post-secondary enrollment rate of Vermont high school graduates, surpassing the statewide enrollment rate of by nearly 20 percentage points. The Department of Education report indicates that the report "represents Vermont students who graduated in SY2009-10 with a […]

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Multi-Age Class Visits with Khali the Puppy

Stephenie Manning brought her puppy Khali to visit the multi-age class last week.  The children loved Khali, and it was especially wonderful that she remembered her friend, Denver, whose farm was her birthplace.

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Magical Mystery Tour – a cabotarts production coming soon!

Click here to see senior Zack Ducharme's poster promoting the Magical Mystery Tour and see how you can get involved! (Click "Read Full Story" to access the poster link.)  

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Director of Vermont School Boards Association Praises Cabot Team’s Presentation

In a recent letter to Superintendent Nancy Thomas, Stephen R. Dale, Executive Director of the Vermont School Boards Association, complimented a team from Cabot that included Principal Karen Stewart, teacher Brian Boyes, and students Lyrica Stelle and Kyle Celley, both sophomores. “I want to thank them– most of all the terrific students– for their fabulous […]

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Students Create Professional Radio Spots

Cabot High School band students travel to WGDR in Plainfield to create radio spots promoting their upcoming Beatles documentary radio series, A Day In the Life.  

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Principal’s Update – November 2

Principal’s Update November 2, 2012 Athletics Thanks Cabot Boys’ Soccer team & Mr. Stratman for a 10-3-1 soccer season that kept us all on our feet cheering you along and especially for a playoff series that produced joy throughout the Cabot community.  You are all fine athletes and gentlemen.  Check out this testimonial from a […]

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Our Voices – Volume 1, Number 4

Click here for the November 2 edition of Our Voices.   (Please read full story to access the link.)

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Cabot Huskies Advance to the Final Four in Division IV!

Congratulations to the boys' soccer team and their inspirational coach, Peter Stratman!  Cabot defeated Danville 2 - 1 on Friday afternoon. Stratman said that Friday's game "was one for the ages!   The Huskies showed talent, endurance, and heart to knock off Danville, the #3 seed, on their own turf.  The fan support was incredible...and instrumental […]

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Congratulations, Huskies! Boys Take Rochester, 11-0.

Click on photo at left to go to a gallery of photographs by Ed Lewis.  Click on an image to see it full-size. From the October 24 Times Argus: Huskies dominate Rockets 11-0 Cabot 11, Rochester 0 CABOT — Sixth-seeded Cabot dominated No. 11 Rochester in Tuesday’s Division IV boys soccer playdown with an 11-0 […]

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Principal’s Update – October 23

Sometimes an extra busy Friday doesn’t allow time for an update, so this is a Monday update instead. Students have completed fall NECAP assessments and they will be mailed off to the scorers this week. The kids put in a huge effort, planning their writing on scrap paper and often working for the full amount […]

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Sixth Grade Apple Pin Project

On Saturday, October 13th, Cabot sixth grade students sold apple pins with their teacher Mr. Lewis at the Cabot Apple Pie Festival. The pins were made in school as part of a larger project about apples. They had a successful day selling more than 100 apple pins, with earnings over $280.  They are saving the […]

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Cabot Community Meeting Day – October 25th

On Thursday, October 25th, all members of the Cabot community are invited to participate in the 2nd day of our Community Visit process. The session will be held from 6:30-9pm at the Willey Building. At this community meeting, participants will review the challenges and ideas that came out of the discussions in September, prioritize some key […]

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Principal’s Update, October 12

The death of a mother is the first sorrow wept without her.  – Unknown There has been a dark cloud over the Cabot School community this week as we proceeded with our lives knowing that three Cabot children and two former Cabot children had lost their mothers.  This was a first-time experience for most students, […]

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Cabot Students Attend “Women Can Do”

  Women Can Do is an informative, fun-filled day orchestrated by dynamic, smart female professionals in fields typically dominated by men.  Attending workshops in Architecture and Engineering, Information Technology, Communications, Business and Natural Resources, students  explored a range of career possibilities. While Clementine O'Connor built a robot in an hour, Megg Colbeth discussed law enforcement with […]

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Our Voices, October 5

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Winooski River Conservation

The 10th grade SEED: Biology and Chemistry class has started work on constructing a public river access point along the Winooski River, behind the Plainfield Co-Op. Students will spend three days in the classroom each week studying water chemistry and wetlands biology, and then travel to Plainfield on Thursday and Friday to build a walk-up […]

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Our Voices: High School Students Publish Their Writing

On September 21, students in Cabot’s Media Communications class published the premier edition of Our Voices, a magazine featuring writing by high school authors. As they find real-world reasons to write and to publish their work in a variety of formats, students are inspired by an authentic audience at school, in the local community, and beyond. […]

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Cabot School takes Physical Education to the farm

Watch the September 20th WCAX broadcast here!

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