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High school environmental science students bring design principles to sustainable classroom and stage design.
High school students develop skills in teamwork and leadership as they travel during June term.
Elementary students make observations and predictions as they develop the habits of mind used by scientists.
Cabot Biology is extremely pleased to announce the arrival of BioSoap 3.0! This will be our final year of BioSoap (well, a hiatus for a while, at least), so please spread the word around to your friends, families, and local community. Seriously. It's good stuff. Please pop on by to check out the offerings this […]
Get your tickets now for this incredible, not-to-be missed Halloween Dance featuring the return of The Limes, an alt-pop band featuring students from Cabot and Twinfield! The Limes will be opening up for the pop sensation Madaila on FRIDAY OCT 30, 6:30 PM. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students and will support The Limes in their […]
All are invited to meet and greet teachers and learn about what's in store for the upcoming school year. Classrooms will be open from 6-7:30 and faculty will be on hand to meet and greet the community. We'll start at 5:30 with an informal dinner in the cafeteria featuring taco salad wraps. Teachers will head […]
Click on "Read Full Story" to access links. Quick Link: Questions, Comments, Answers The Cabot School Board thanks everyone who participated in the two forums on the challenges facing the Cabot School. As promised, here are the questions and comments from the last meeting. The answers were reviewed and edited by the Board and represent […]
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Vermont law requires all students to be immunized, unless exempt, prior to school entry. In 2012, statutory changes were passed that require annual aggregate reporting of immunization data for the entire student body to be made publicly available. The Vermont Department of Health receives population-based immunization information from each Vermont school annually by January 1 […]
A Cabot Destination Imagination team is at Global Finals at the University of Tennessee this week! Check out photos, videos, and livestream coverage here. (Read full story to access the links). Destination Imagination's mission is "to develop opportunities that inspire the global community of learners to utilize diverse approaches in applying 21st century skills and […]
Visit the blog of the eighth grade class and read accounts of their many learning experiences in Washington, DC. (Read full story to access the link.)
Read full story to access the link to video coverage of LaunchPad, the web-based app designed to help teachers plan engaging project-based learning expeditions.
On April 8, students in American Studies debuted their short documentary films related to instances of persecution in US history, spotlighting those who opposed the instances of injustice and inspiring viewers to take action in their own lives. They hope you will view their work here: The Struggle of Japanese Americans in World War II […]
Cabot was briefly featured on Vermont Public Radio on April 7 as part of a series on the debate over the future of small schools in Vermont Read full story to access the link to the program.
This summer the Cabot Recreational Department will offer soccer, lacrosse, mountain biking, basketball, and hip hop half day camps. The cost is $60 per week, $40 for the second child, and $30 for the third child in the same family with at $130 cap per family. Scholarships are available and everyone is encouraged to participate. […]
Cabot School and Twinfield Union School have been selected by the New England Secondary School Consortium (NESSC) and the Great Schools Partnership to participate in a new initiative that will help them expand personalized learning experiences and meet the learning needs, interests, and aspirations of individual students. The initiative’s goal is to help the schools […]
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Last fall, Cabot School science teacher Michael Hendrix submitted a project proposal to DonorsChoose.org, allowing his AP Environmental Science to design lighting for the Cabot and Twinfield Schools' production of Lillian: A Folk Opera. Through DonorsChoose, the class secured lighting and materials to examine energy use, electricity, and efficiency. They then created light sculptures as part of the Lillian […]
Billie O'Connor, Cabot School's 2015 Geo Bee Champion has been notified by the National Geographic Society that she is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2015 Vermont National Geographic State Bee. The contest will be held at Middlebury College on Friday, March 27, 2015. This is the second level of the National Geographic Bee competition, which […]
On March 11, Cabot seniors Heidi Cookson and Gage Sironi were honored by Governor Shumlin at a statehouse reception in recognition of their selection as semifinalists in the US Presidential Scholars Award program. This program, started in 1964 by Executive Order of the President, recognizes and honors some our nation's most distinguished high school seniors. Heidi […]
On Wednesday, March 11, Secretary of Education Rebecca Holcombe spent two hours visiting Cabot School. Holcombe met with students and faculty, toured classrooms, and spoke with Rowland Foundation Fellows Brian Boyes and Peter Stratman about their sabbatical project and its potential to influence how Vermont educators develop high-quality curriculum. Other highlights of Holcombe's visit included lunch with Cabot […]
- Important Information for Incoming Pre-school Students
In order for the Washington Northeast Supervisory Union to anticipate the number of incoming pre-school students who will attend the Cabot and Twinfield Schools and to budget for the 2016-2017 school year, we would like to ask parents of children ages two and three (next year’s 3 and 4 year-olds) to complete a survey that you can access by following this link.
For more information, read the letter of introduction to the survey.