It's been over half a year since Burlington schools had a Superintendent, and now the school board has their man.
After working the budget from the ground up, the Burlington School District now has the smallest increased budget proposal in over a decade.
The 5th graders at Malletts Bay School asked Senator Patrick Leahy if he would support abolishing Columbus Day.
Health officials say there is no danger for others as they suspect the new cases are not contagious.
Three separate threats in the North Country kept police busy this week.
Carter Faas and Ian Wirtz totaled 50 miles during Union Memorial's lunch-recess running program.
Possible budget cuts at Harwood Union High School could lead to a domino effect of closing gymnastics teams according to the school coach.
Over 24 hours and nearly 20 departments later, a fire still smolders at the bottom of an icy school.
School administrators and law enforcement officers gathered in Burlington for a summit on improving school safety.
A potential plan is in the works to create a unified school district in the Town of Essex.
“There are two organizations with very strong missions, and unfortunately there's a crossroads,” said Jericho Historical Society President Ann Squires.
More than 30 Vermont schools are participating in a new federal program that allows every student to eat for free.
The rising cost of school meals is causing taxpayers to pick up the multi-million dollar bill.
Some middle and high school students in Burlington will soon have to pay for their own bus rides to and from school.
Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School science teacher Kathleen Legg is one of two Vermont Science Teachers of the Year.
The East Montpelier Elementary School was built in the 1960's. Over the years, the 'space' became too cramped for its 250 students.
In parts of New York's north country, funding for after school programs is hanging in the balance.
With a full scale search for a new superintendent underway, the Burlington district school board has a lot on its plate, and more is being piled on.
Superintendent John Barone and Milton's school board wanted to get community input on the alleged hazing incident that happened with the football team.
School is almost back in session and as you pack your children's lunches experts say take extra precaution to keep the food from going bad.
Before you know it, fall season will be here and it will be time to go back to school.
Round two of the Burlington school budget vote has become contentious.
Vermont legislators wanted to hear about school consolidation from people who have tried doing it.
Kids at the Folsom Educational Center came to the help of another island in need.
A FOX 44 investigation looked into Vermont state law and bus company policies regarding bus drivers and DUI's.
The additional measures would include a buzzer system to let people inside and bullet-resistant window film.
The Burlington School District says it is looking to unload the Taft School which is need of lots of repair.
This will be a tough weekend for dozens of Burlington teachers.
Right now, lawmakers are considering doing away with supervisory unions and in their place push for bigger school districts to form.
Across Vermont, many school districts are having to take another look at their proposed budgets.
The plan is to keep the integrity of the 100 year old school but upgrade a good portion of the rest.
Property taxes could be going up in Burlington.
A former school bus driver is denying he drove drunk with kids on his bus.
On Monday morning, about 100 South Burlington teachers formed an informational picket outside the high school.
Group are working to get kids more active at school and fight obesity.
The first public forum took place for the controversial proposed school calendar for students in the Vermont Champlain Valley.
More than 450 students - grades seven through 12 had their first day of school at Randolph Union High School. With a new year brings some new security changes.
Kids don't want to hear it yet, but back to school shopping is in full swing.
The University of Vermont College of Engineering, Mathematics and Sciences, along with the Governor's Institutes of Vermont hosted their annual week-long camp for high schoolers this past week.
Healthy snack foods will be coming into all schools and the unhealthy food will be out the door for the 2014-2015 school year.