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Golden Oak Joins the Fleet

On Thursday May 26, the 2016 boat crew launched the newest addition to the pilot gig fleet. At 11:00 the crowd cheered as the Golden Oak was towed out of the of the boat shop with six D.O. and one Mt. Abe boat builders on board. The crowd moved to…
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Splashing Away at the Spring Wave

The D.O. students, parents and teachers had many jobs at the Spring Wave rowing event on Saturday, May 21st. The event is sponsored by the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. The nine students arrived in their new sweatshirts that had OSPREY ROWING CLUB on the back.…
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Brice Bean Rocks!

We are proud to announce that on March 24, 2016, Brice Bean was inducted into the National Technical Honor Society. The 7 pm ceremony honored his achievement and leadership in career and…
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Say What? No Notes?

“I don’t need these notes-I can do it without them,” said Phillip J. as he threw his notes in the air. With these words Phillip demonstrated the challenge of the year’s first speeches-No Notes!…
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Important Public Forum – Future of D.O. to be discussed

Over the course of the last year, many special education services have become centralized.  As a result, we have been reviewing systems of services for students with special education needs.  During the 2014 – 2015 school year, the Addison County…
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D.O. Program Changes?

A recent Addison Independent article highlighted the challenges the ACSU Central Office currently faces. Central office administrators have admitted that program changes, potentially…
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D.O. Program Receives American Graduate Vermont Champions Award

Vermont PBS, as part of a larger initiative headed by American Graduate, has awarded the D.O. Program one of their four 2015 Champions. “We are incredibly proud of this award.…
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Fun in the Sun at Kingsland Bay

Have you ever done a flip off the dock at Kingsland Bay?  On the third day of school, as a way to get to know one another, the entire D. O. program went on a picnic and enjoyed  the warm water of…
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D.O. Bird Banders Study with National Experts

“Are we there yet?”… “I’m hungry.”… “How much longer?” … these are just some of the questions and comments you get on a 7-hour school bus trip to Braddock Bay Bird Observatory and…
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Finding Value in the Vomit

The D.O. Science classes are dissecting owl pellets. They are doing this to learn about what the owls in this area eat. They are able to tell what the owls eat based on the bones that they find inside…
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