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graphic of Craftsbury Schools Survey

Thanks to the many people who have already filled out the Craftsbury Schools survey about school choice & experience! The school board is very grateful for your time and insight. We're extending the survey response period a bit longer (through the end of this weekend), so if you haven't already done the survey but would like to, please do so by Sunday, December 11. Info from the original posting below.


The Craftsbury School Board has put together a short survey to collect feedback from families about the Craftsbury Schools. 

This optional survey is designed to gather information about:
(1) student/family experiences with the Craftsbury Schools; and
(2) school choice decisions.

The target audience includes:
(1) students (and/or their parents/caregivers) who are currently enrolled at the Craftsbury Schools, regardless of town of residence;
(2) students (and/or their parents/caregivers) who reside in Craftsbury or sending towns but who are NOT enrolled at the Craftsbury Schools and instead attend other schools or homeschool;
(3) recent Craftsbury School enrollees from either of the above categories who have feedback to share.

The survey is available here

Participation is completely voluntary. The feedback provided will be used to guide planning processes. Students and parents/caregivers are equally welcome to share feedback. The survey will be closed at the end of the day on Monday, December 5, 2022. 

School Counselor Sally Guebara with students

Please join us in congratulating Sally Guebara, school counselor at Craftsbury Academy, on her recent recognition as a Healthy Lamoille Valley 2022 Prevention All-Star!

Each year Healthy Lamoille Valley honors individuals and groups that have made significant contributions in time and effort to creating environments that are supportive of youth or work towards the reduction of youth substance misuse.

At Craftsbury Academy, Sally has been able to seize opportunities to educate and engage students of all ages about substance prevention through activities during Red Ribbon Week, helping with Healthy Lamoille Valley substance refusal workshops, and beyond. Sally has promoted Healthy Lamoille Valley resources and encouraged students to participate in their initiatives, including their Youth Resources campaign and Live Your Why: Passport Edition.

Sally and the other “All-Stars” were recognized at the Healthy Lamoille Valley Fall Coalition Meeting on October 20.

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