1 End of Marking Period
2 Midterm Exams: 12:35 pm dismissal
3 Midterm Exams: 12:35 pm dismissal
3 SAT Prep Class: 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm Hunter Seminar Room
7 Calliope Cafe at Manchester Community Library: 6:30 pm – 8 pm
13 – 17 Spring Break
18 ACT at BBA: 8 am – 1 pm Cafeteria
24 Grandparents and Special Friends Day: 10 am – 1:30 pm
24 SAT Prep Class: 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm Hunter Seminar Room
27 Healthy Choices Week
29 Bulldog Leadership Summit – Service: 7 am – 8:10 am Gymnasium,
29 Riley Center and Lobby
From the Headmaster
Usually, I look ahead in these Bullhorn posts, but in this case, with the majority of the school year under our belt and with a very successful March having been completed, I want to share a few reflections from the past month:
- Town meetings: our tuition passed unanimously on every floor vote, which is a resounding endorsement for the partnership that the school has with the families and communities that we serve. I thank you for your enduring support.
- International Women’s Day: we had a very special program this year organized by a motivated group of students. The program featured the life stories of four of our beloved faculty members – Dr. Preiser, Ms. Hyatt, Ms. Allen, and Mrs. Pergament – interspersed with thoughtful videos. The audience was incredibly respectful and engaged, and it was hard not to walk away with a deeper understanding not only of the challenges of our history, but the progress of our society and the opportunities in our future.
- Mandatory Sports Night: we had a guest speaker, Robert Miller, who spoke powerfully about the role that we as parents (yes, in this case I am grouping myself with all of you) should play in sporting events. He emphasized the importance of “releasing our athletes to the game,” in other words, letting them compete without interference on the sports field and helping them solve their own problems off the field. I found it to be a powerful message that I hope to apply as my children continue to develop as athletes.
- Prism Concert: this one was stunning, even more so than the previous Prism concerts that I have attended. The storyline was a hero journey, complete with challenges, villains, monsters, magic, and, of course, heartbreaking love. Written by students, performed by students, with incredible narration, lighting, and set design, this event was yet another example of how the creative arts are a vehicle for providing engaging, vigorous educational experiences.
- Southern Vermont Arts Center: The annual “art in the schools” exhibit is on display, and while I am not exactly objective, I would unabashedly declare us “best in show” for the amazing array of photography, woodworking, painting, ceramics, and graphic design on display. Go check it out if you can.
We strive to be the best school imaginable, and in the areas listed above, I am having a hard time imagining us doing any better, but we will keep trying…and we can certainly imagine warmer weather! Happy Spring.
Mark H. Tashjian
From the Assistant Head of School
Dear BBA Families:
We are excited to announce that in the 2015 – 2016 school year, we will have a new, enhanced daily schedule. The new schedule evolved out of a reflective process that included faculty discussion and surveys, research, school visits, and student dialogue and feedback. The changes support our mission and core values, and reflect our goal of developing engaged students who take responsibility for their learning.
Highlights of the new schedule include:
The addition of a “flex” block:
There will be three flex blocks in next year’s schedule on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Most BBA students are busy after school with athletics, arts, clubs, employment and other responsibilities that make it challenging for them to find time to meet with teachers and fellow students. We recognize that the skill of learning to use time well is vital to success, and during this flex time, students will make decisions about where they need to be, advocate for their learning and interests, and become more independent.
Flex time is not a free block. Students will be required to remain on campus. It is designated as time to meet with a teacher (this can be student or teacher-initiated); collaborate with other students on projects; meet with study groups; complete assignments; work in the writing, art, or media labs; see school and college counselors; conduct research in the library; complete college applications; attend class meetings; read a book; eat lunch; make up missed quizzes/assignments and class time; or attend an enrichment activity. Faculty advisors will be actively involved in helping students to make good choices, reflect on their learning, and track their progress.
Elimination of the block rotation:
Next year we will also shift to a fixed block rotation. We are making this change to gain schedule consistency and to allow for external learning opportunities. With a fixed block rotation, students will now be able to take advantage of learning opportunities such as: a double block science class in the new Hildene greenhouse, programs at the Career Development Center (CDC) in Bennington, field studies, and dual enrollment courses at area colleges. Additional benefits of consistency include: an ability for BBA to more immediately address tardy issues, and an ability to use the flex block to make up missed class time when students are dismissed early for sports.
If you’d like to learn more about the changes and our plan for implementation, please join me at the Parent Association Meeting at 5 pm on May 6th. Look for details in an upcoming Parent Association email, BBA This Week.
Assistant Head of School
From the Parent Association
The Burr and Burton Parent Association endeavors to foster partnership between families, school, and the community through communication, education, social and fundraising activities and advocacy.
Well, we have made it to the final stretch of the school year. It is hard to believe that the students will be taking mid-term exams this week and then rushing forward toward the end of the year. It is a very busy time with SAT and ACT testing, College Decisions, Spring Sports, Musical and Theatrical Performances, AP Exams, Year End Projects, School Trips and much more. Please check your calendars and the Sunday emails and help your students stay on top of all their events and deadlines. We will do our best to keep you current.
The Parent Association is in high gear with the planning of the Garden Party Gala on May 22. If you haven’t reserved your tickets, please do so. The Online Auction will be up and running April 1st and we have lots of great items to bid on. Our community has been very generous once again in supporting our school.
Grandparents and Special Friends Day is April 24 so if your students has someone special, be sure to have us get an invitation to them if we haven’t already. If you are available to volunteer to help with set up for the lunch that day, please let us know.
I hope you all enjoy spring break (April 13-17) and hopefully we will get some spring like weather!
Parent Association President
From the Advancement Office
Online Auction Launches April 1st (no kidding)!
As a kickoff to the spring fundraising gala, Garden Party Gala, our ONLINE AUCTION starts Wednesday, April 1 and runs through midnight, April 30. We have lots of great items, featuring many useful services and fun things to do with the family! Here’s a small sampling:
- CSA share in Might Food Farm
- A spring tire changeover (yes, spring is coming)
- A parking place in the faculty/staff lot for some lucky student
- Yoga classes
- Six front row seats at graduation (Grandparents and parents of seniors take note)
- Hanging baskets
- Oil change
- Native American owl sculpture from Long Ago and Far Away
- Dining packages
- Gift certificates galore – manicures, pedicures, rock climbing, The Lighting Place, J & J Dry Cleaning, Heinels, etc.
- Gift baskets – tea from Harney & Sons, dried mushrooms, gardening, animal treats, Pitchfork Preserves, etc.
- Two nights boarding for your pet
- Flying lessons
- Window washing
- Pizza and a movie
- Court time at the West River Tennis Club
- Season’s pass to Wild Wings for the 2015 – 2016 ski season
- Chocolates and roses
- Lilac tree
- Seasons passes to the Dorset Theater 2015 summer season
- Four hours of window washing
- Broadway tickets for two and an Amtrak gift certificate
- Pies from Grandma Miller’s
And so much more!!! We have over a hundred items for you to look through thanks to the generosity of our local business community and our BBA families and friends. So we encourage you to register, browse and bid – help support this important fundraiser for Burr and Burton!
Here’s the link – sign up and try it! http://benefitevents.com/auctions/burrandburton
And please encourage your friends and family to join in the fun. Share the link with anyone and everyone. The entire list of ONLINE AUCTION items has a broad appeal – there is something for everyone!
A special thank you to the Online Auction Committee made up of Gina Vickers, Martha Cowles, Dorie Morgantini, Tracy Staton, Christina Cole; and others on the Gala Committee who helped solicit or donated items – Anne Houser, Robin Apps, Pauline deLaszlo, Sandy Kraehling, Lisa Brand, Peggy Brockett, and Beth Eyre. Additional thanks to Nancy Brown and Rich Thompson Tucker for their help in gathering items, and to Christina Cole who has written descriptions for and uploaded all of the 100 plus items onto the web site – a herculean task at best!
Invitations for the gala event at Hildene on May 22, 2015, will be mailed out in late April. We hope you’ve put the date on your calendar.
Still Time to Make a Gift to the Annual Fund
We count on our parents to help support the needs of the school – if you haven’t yet made a gift, please consider a gift of $10, $25, $50, $100 or more. It’s not the amount but the participation that’s important. Burr and Burton Academy isn’t the beneficiary of your gift, YOUR student is! Make an investment in your student’s future, today.
For those of you who have already made a gift, we sincerely thank you. Please remember to stop by the Advancement Office and pick up your BBA schwag! We are deeply appreciative of your financial support and volunteer time. We’d like to give special recognition to Beth Eyre and Diana Pagnucco for their leadership on the Advancement Committee of the Parent Association. They’ve done a super job at reaching out to our BBA parents in a fun, fresh way this year to encourage participation in the Parent Challenge.
Director of Advancement
Grandparents and Special Friends Day is Friday, April 24
If you’d like your student’s grandparents or special friend to receive an invitation, please contact Nancy Brown in the Advancement Office at email@example.com or cal her at 802-549-8110.
From the Athletics Department
Even though winter doesn’t want to let go, spring sports have been underway for almost two weeks. With the slow start to the spring weather please pay close attention to the game updates on the schools website, Digital Sports http://digitalsports.com/ and the Burr and Burton Academy Athletics Facebook page.
Spring Head Coaches:
Boys Lacrosse – Jason Pergament
Girls Lacrosse – Dave Miceli
Softball – Julie Fifield
Baseball – Tony Cirelli
Boys Tennis – Pete McNealus
Girls Tennis – Jeff Grimshaw
Track & Field – Paul Bremel
Boys Golf – Jeff Houghton
Girls Golf – Cheri Schroeder
From the Creative Arts Department
Mock Interviews for Juniors
BBA’s annual Mock Interview Program takes place Wednesday, April 1 from 1 – 3:30 pm. Juniors will have an opportunity to practice their interviewing skills while meeting one-on-one with visiting college admission counselors. Students will receive direct feedback from the admission professionals. Interested juniors should see Lynne Welsh to sign up. Space is limited.
College Planning To-Do List for Juniors
The School and College Counselors have been meeting with juniors for the past two months. Please ask your student to check out their college list on Naviance: http://connection.naviance.com/burrburton.
- Sign up for SAT or ACT (see below)
- Research colleges — read guidebooks and viewbooks, explore college websites
- Make college visits (during April break or take an excused absence on another day).
- Make journal notes in Naviance. Keep track of what you learn about colleges and share your impressions with us. Update your resume.
- Let your counselor know when you’re ready to meet again.
- Attend relevant programs like the Burr and Burton Spring College Night on Thursday, May 7.
- Update your Naviance Resume
- Stay in regular communication with your counselor so we can assist you.
SAT and ACT Tests:
College-bound juniors should register online to take the SAT and/or ACT this spring. Income eligible students should request a fee waiver from their counselor. Please be aware that the June testing dates may conflict with post-season athletic contests. No standardized tests are available during the summer months.
To register for SAT and SAT Subject tests, students create an account at www.collegeboard.org. Please note that only students who plan to apply to a handful of the most selective colleges need to consider taking SAT Subject Tests.
Test Dates, Deadlines and How to Register
Saturday, May 2, SAT Critical Reasoning or Subject Tests administered at BBA, register by April 6 at www.collegeboard.org
Saturday, June 6 SAT Critical Reasoning or Subject Tests (not administered at BBA), register by May 8 at www.collegeboard.org
Saturday, June 13 (not at BBA), register by May 8 at www.actstudent.org
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Test Prep Opportunities
Castleton State College will host a College Fair on Wednesday, April 1, from 9-11 am. Admission representatives from a variety of northeastern colleges will be available to speak with students and parents.
South Burlington High School will host a “Consider Canada” college fair on Monday, April 13 from 7-9 pm. Canadian colleges will be on hand to meet with families. See your counselor for more information.
BBA Spring College Night: Save the Date
On Thursday,May 7, BBA will present the annual Spring College Night from 7 to 9 pm in the Rowland Center. The evening will include a panel presentation on the college admission process given by admission officers followed by a variety of topical workshops. Sophomores, juniors and their parents are encouraged to attend.
Students planning to spend a semester abroad or in an alternative educational setting in 2015-2016 should meet with their counselor to plan an appropriate academic schedule. Students must submit a BBA Off-Campus Study application for approval. These forms are due by May 15 for plans that begin at any point during the fall semester. The form can be downloaded here.
Career Development Center
Students interested in programs at the Southwest Vermont Career Development Center in Bennington should meet with their counselor to arrange a visit and complete the application process. For information about the CDC programs, visit www.svcdc.org.
Graduation Information for Senior Families
Be on the lookout for information and key dates related to commencement and other year-end activities and events. The mailing should arrive by the end of April and information will also be posted on the BBA website.
Senior College Notifications
May 1 is the National Candidates’ Reply Date. Seniors should be sure to send in their deposit to the ONE college of their choice by May 1 in order to hold their place. Families who have not received financial aid packages may want to request an extension for the deposit but all students should communicate with their college by May 1. At the same time, seniors should notify other colleges that they have decided to enroll elsewhere.
Financial Aid Packages
Families of seniors who are receiving financial aid award letters may find the different presentations to be confusing. Use the Award Letter Comparison Tool available on the Pay for College page at www.vsac.org to better understand what different colleges are offering. The friendly folks at VSAC are available to answer questions about loans and other parts of the financial aid process; feel free to contact them at 1-800-642-3177.
Forms for most of the scholarships listed below are available in the School and College Counseling Office. This scholarship information is also listed on the Naviance website at: http://connection.naviance.com/burrburton. PLEASE thoroughly complete the transcript and documents request form that is specific to Scholarships and can be found in the SCC Office.
VFW – Phil Kelleher and John West Scholarship
Eligibility: Senior planning to enroll in college. Award based on academic record, personal achievement, community service. Letter states application must be hand-delivered by April 17th. Because this date falls during vacation, BBA’s DEADLINE is April 8th
Award: not specified; Deadline: April 8th — must be hand-delivered by Mrs. Welsh due to the confidential nature of the BBA documents
Manchester Lions Club Scholarship
Eligibility: graduating senior needing financial assistance with college, trade school, conservatory, AA degree program or other non-traditional training program. Also for a recent past graduate who may just now be moving ahead with their education.
Award: $2,000; Deadline: April 8
The Reverend Robert L. Clayton Scholarship
Eligibility: Graduating Senior, academic record, goals, school and community involvement, financial need.
Award: $4,000 for four years; Deadline: Postmarked on or before April 10
Note: This requires three years of tax records. Don’t wait until the last minute to complete!
Manchester Masons of VT Scholarship
Eligibility: senior planning to enroll in college or Vocational/Technical School who lives in Manchester, Dorset, or Sunderland; OR has Masonic affiliation through a parent or grandparent ; award based on leadership, community service and extra-curricular activities and financial need
Award: $500.00; Deadline: April 10
Ed Sossi Memorial Scholarship Award
Knights of Columbus Council 6816 (Manchester)
Eligibility: a high school senior. Applicants must apply and be accepted to a trade or technical school and demonstrate a need for financial assistance. Applicants agree to participate in a personal interview. During this interview they should be able to discuss their high school academic experiences, career goals and involvement in extracurricular activities and community service.
Award: $1,000; Deadline April 24
Ted and Adeline Lenczowski Memorial Scholarship
Knights of Columbus Council 6816 (Manchester)
Eligibility: must be a registered member of Christ our Savior Parish, Manchester. Attending college in fall of 2015, and demonstrate a need for financial assistance. There will be a personal interview. Academics and Service important.
Award: not specified Deadline: April 24
Heritage Family Credit Union Scholarship
Elibigility: graduating senior pursuing further education in college, trade school. Exemplary member of the student body, demonstrated leadership qualities within school and community.
Award: $1,000; Deadline: RECEIVED BY April 30
Applications: on Naviance and in School and College Counseling Office
Winona Smith Scholarship
Eligibility: senior who has demonstrated an interest in civic participation and community service, financial need. Must have a teacher recommendation specific to this scholarship
Award: $500; Deadline: April 30.
BBA Teachers’ Association Scholarship
Eligibility: Seniors, based on personal integrity and commitment to learning. Brief essay required.
Award: not specified; Deadline: May 1
Bill Muench Basketball Camp Scholarship
Eligibility: graduating senior who participated in or worked as a counselor at Bill Muench’s Basketball Camp. Recognizes attitude, academic achievement and effort, involvement in sports, community or other extra-curricular activity)
Award: not specified; Deadline: May 1
Daniel Maneely Engineering Scholarship
Eligibility: graduating senior accepted into an engineering technology field at an accredited school. Award based on academics, extra-curricular activities, community service and an essay
Award: $5,000; Deadline: May 1
Stephen Phillips Scholarship
Eligibility: academic achievement, service to others, good character, leadership qualities, and a willingness to work to contribute to college, personal and/or family expenses. Extensive application form. Start early! (See if you qualify financially BEFORE filling out the application.)
Award: $3,000 to $10,000, renewable 4-year scholarship Deadline: by midnight, May 1
Application online at www.phillips-scholarship.org
Vermont Golf Association Scholarship
Eligibility: financial need, top 40% of class, connection to the game of golf; i.e., play, working in golf shop, on the grounds, caddying, etc.
Award: $1,000 for 4 years; Deadline: May 1
Ray Pellegrini “Reach for the Stars” Scholarship
(sponsored by the Vermont Principals’ Association)
Eligibility: graduating senior, first generation college student, attending a college in VT, with the intention of remaining in VT after college. Community service and/or volunteer work will be given strong consideration.
Award: $1,000; Deadline: May 1
Applications also online at www.vpaonline.org.
Rizio-Wood Memorial Golf Scholarship
Eligibility: Graduating senior or current college student intending to pursue a career related to golf and/or agronomy as related to golf. (Agronomy encompasses work in the areas of plant genetics, plant physiology and soil science.)
Award: not specified; Deadline: June 1
The School and College Counseling Office contacts:
Phil Anton, Director of Admission and School Counseling, Counselor for all freshmen 549-8125; firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrea Hogan, School and College Counselor for sophomores, juniors, and seniors 549-8145; email@example.com
Melissa Michaud, School and College Counselor for sophomores, juniors, and seniors 549-8130; firstname.lastname@example.org
Cristin Rose, School and College Counselor for sophomores, juniors, and seniors 549-8126; email@example.com
Maria Bittinger, School and College Counselor for sophomores, juniors, and seniors, 549-8126; firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Library
The following was recently announced by the State of Vermont Department of Libraries:
Green Mountain Book Award Master List 2015-2016
This is the eleventh year of the Green Mountain Book Award, a reader’s choice award for students in grades 9-12. Co-sponsored by the Vermont Department of Libraries and the Vermont School Library Association, this program is designed to introduce to high school students some excellent books for their pleasure reading.
These books, to be read during the 2015-2016 school year, comprise the master list for the award to be made in 2016. Voting forms will be made available to all Vermont schools and public libraries in the spring so that young adults can vote for their favorite book. The master list titles have been selected to satisfy the reading interests of teens in grades 9-12, and include both adult and young adult books. All books on the list were first published in 2012-2014.
- Berry, Julie. All the Truth That’s in Me. Judith can’t speak. But when her close-knit community of Roswell Station is attacked by enemies, Judith is forced to choose: continue to live in silence, or recover her voice.
- Brown, Daniel James. The Boys in the Boat. The University of Washington’s 1936 eight-oar crew team transformed the sport in their quest for an Olympic gold medal. Brown traces the story of the team that defeated elite rivals at Hitler’s 1936 Berlin Olympics, sharing the experiences of their enigmatic coach, a visionary boat builder, and a homeless teen rower.
- de la Peña, Matt. The Living. After an earthquake destroys California and a tsunami wrecks the luxury cruise ship where he is a summer employee, high schooler Shy confronts another deadly surprise.
- Johnston, E. K. The Story of Owen: Dragon Slayer of Trondheim. In world where dragons and humans are rivals for fossil fuels, Owen Thorskard is valiant of heart, hopeless at algebra, and last in a long line of legendary dragon slayers. With dragons advancing on the remote town of Trondheim and his grades plummeting, Owen faces impossible odds armed only with a sword, his legacy, and the classmate who agreed to be his bard.
- Knudsen, Michelle. Evil Librarian. Cynthia Rothschild’s best friend falls head over heels for the cute new high- school librarian, but after meeting Mr. Gabriel, Cyn realizes something isn’t quite right. Before long Cyn realizes that Mr. Gabriel is, in fact… a demon. Now, in addition to saving the school musical from technical disaster and trying not to make a fool of herself with her own hopeless crush, Cyn has to save her best friend from the clutches of the evil librarian, who also seems to be slowly sucking the life force out of the entire student body.
- Martinez, A. Lee. Helen and Troy’s Epic Road Quest. If the curse placed upon them by an ancient god doesn’t kill them, and the pack of reluctant orc assassins don’t catch up to them, Helen and Troy might reach the end of their journey in one piece – where they might just end up destroying the world. Or at least a state or two. A minotaur girl, an all- American boy, a three-legged dog, and a classic car are on a road where every exit leads to adventure.
- May, Elizabeth. The Falconer. In 1844 Edinburgh, eighteen-year-old Lady Aileana Kameron is neither an ordinary debutante, nor a murderess – she is a Falconer, a female warrior born with the gift for hunting and killing the faeries who prey on mankind and who killed her mother.
- Mechner, Jordan, with LeUyen Pham and Alex Puvillard (illustrators). Martin is one of a handful of Templar Knights to escape when the king of France and the pope conspire to destroy the noble order. The pope and king aim to frame the Templars for heresy, execute all of them, and make off with their legendary treasure.
- Murdoch, Emily. If You Find Me. A broken-down camper hidden deep in a national forest is the only home fifteen year-old Carey can remember. When Carey’s mentally ill mother disappears and two strangers arrive, Carey and her sister Jenessa are thrust into a bright and perplexing new world of high school, clothes and boys. Now, haunted by secrets from the past, Carey must face the truth of why her mother abducted her ten years ago.
- O’Malley, Daniel. The Rook. “The body you are wearing used to be mine.” So begins the letter Myfanwy Thomas is holding when she awakes in a London park surrounded by bodies all wearing latex gloves. With no recollection of who she is, Myfanwy must follow the instructions her former self left behind to discover her identity and track down the agents who want to destroy her.
- Sanderson, Brandon. At age eight, David watched as his father was killed by an Epic, a human with superhuman powers, and now, ten years later, he joins the Reckoners – the only people who are trying to kill the Epics and end their tyranny.
- Smith, Andrew. Two years younger than his classmates at a prestigious boarding school, fourteen-year-old Ryan Dean West grapples with living in the dorm for troublemakers, falling for his female best friend who thinks of him as just a kid, and playing wing on the Varsity rugby team with some of his frightening new dorm-mates.
- Tobin, Paul, and Colleen Coover. Bandette Vol. 1: Presto! Gleefully plying her skills on either side of the law, Bandette is a thorn in the sides of both police inspector Belgique and the criminal underworld. But it’s not all breaking hearts and purloining masterpieces when a rival thief discovers that an international criminal organization wants Bandette dead.
- Waller, Sharon Biggs. A Mad Wicked Folly. In 1909 London, as the world of debutante balls and high society obligations closes in around her, seventeen-year-old Victoria must figure out just how much she is willing to sacrifice to pursue her dream of becoming an artist.
- Weir, Andy. The Martian. Six days ago, astronaut Mark Watney became one of the first people to walk on Mars. Now, he’s sure he’ll be the first person to die there. After a dust storm nearly kills him and forces his crew to evacuate while thinking him dead, Mark finds himself stranded and completely alone with only his ingenuity and engineering skills – and a relentless, dogged refusal to quit – keeping him alive.
Regular Library Hours:
Monday – Tuesday 7 am – 5 pm
Wednesday 8:10 am – 5 pm
Thursday 7 am – 5 pm
Friday 7 am – 1 pm
2015 BBA Summer Camps
To sign up for camp or for more information visit: bbacamps.ticketjunior.com
We thank the corporations below for their generous support of Burr and Burton Academy and hope you will in turn support these businesses.
Stratton Mountain Resort
The Orvis Company
The Vermont Country Store
High Honors List
Equinox Hotel and Resort
Finn and Stone Insurance
Rugg Valley Landscaping
Spiral Press Cafe
The Perfect Wife
Vermont Country Properties
Sotheby’s International Realty
W.H. Shaw Insurance Agency, Inc.
Mettowee Mill Nursery, Inc.
The Bank of Bennington
The Richards Group
The Aspen at Manchester
Barrows House/Dorset Inn
Bradley D. Myerson Law Offices
Equinox Square Associates
Equipe Sport Ltd.
JK Adams / The Kitchen Store
JOY – all things underthings
Mountain Goat North, Inc.
People’s United Bank
Spivey Lemonik Swenor, PC
Engineering Printing Solutions
Glebe Mountain Gardens & Landscaping
Reunion ’14 Corporate Sponsors
Barbara J. Bardin ‘69
Tim and Juliette ‘89 Britton
Paul ‘96 and Chrissy Carroccio
Vermont Renewable Fuels
Gala sponsors 2014 – Passport to the World
First Class Sponsors
Express Copy, Inc.
Nathan Auction & Real Estate
Southwestern Vermont Health Care
The Weinstein Group, PC
H.N. Williams Store
Rutland Regional Medical Center
Spivey Lemonik Swenor PC
Work Bakery Cafe
A Safe Place Self Storage
Blue Cross Blue Shield of VT
Cole Engineering and Construction
Flying Cow Signs
Joseph J. Blair Tree Care
Long Ago & Far Away