Offer Creative Challenge to Students on Financial Literacy
Audience: 3rd-12th grade teachers, art educators, Principals
Students in grades 3-12 are invited to illustrate their knowledge of personal finance and enter the 2015 Be Money Wise Financial Literacy Poster Competition. Winners of each grade division win a $100 cash prize and their school is awarded a $100 cash prize for supporting financial education. The contest is sponsored by the State Treasurer’s Office and the Vermont Bankers Association. The 2015 theme is “To build [...]
Gilder Lehrman National History Teacher of the Year Award
Audience: National History Teachers, Principals, and Superintendents
The Gilder Lehrman National History Teacher of the Year Award recognizes outstanding K-12 teachers across the country. In 2015 they will honor K-6 grade teachers. Teachers from 54 states and territories are honored annually. State winners receive a $1,000 prize, an archive of classroom materials, and are honored at a local or state ceremony. They have received nominations from every state with the exception of Vermont. [...]
Licensing Rules – Change in RequirementsAudience: Educators, Superintendents, PrincipalsBeginning December 26, 2014 the Vermont Standards Board for Professional Educators will have new rules regarding educator licensing. Rule changes will impact 2015 renewals and several other application types. Please read this memo for more information.Contact: Debora Price, Debora.Price@state.vt.us
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5th “Entrepreneurship – Endless Possibilities” 2015
Audience: High School Students, Principals, Administrators, Teachers, CTE Programs, Guidance Counselors
On February 5, 2015 Vermont Entrepreneurs are celebrating “Entrepreneurship – Endless Possibilities” the fifth annual Vermont Entrepreneurship Day at the Capitol Plaza in Montpelier, Vermont. High School students, teachers, legislators, and college representatives are welcome at the event from 9:00am – 1:00pm, featuring visual media competition, Governor’s Proclamation and business highlights from young Vermont enterprising entrepreneurs plus lively discussions over lunch. Register Now!
Contact: Laurel Butler, [...]
Governor’s Institutes of Vermont (GIV) Winter Weekend
Audience: High school students, Teachers, Principals, Guidance Counselors
February 6 – 8, 2015 the Governor’s Institute of Vermont (GIV) is hosting its Winter Weekend on Entrepreneurship – at Goddard College in Plainfield, VT. Students are you full of ideas, inventions, and solutions? Do you want to know what it takes to turn those ideas into reality, change the world with your ideas, or become a successful Entrepreneur? Find out at the first ever Entrepreneurship strand [...]
Professional Development Opportunity – Early Childhood Leadership Institute Accepting ApplicationsAudience: Elementary EducatorsThe Snelling Center for Government is launching a new program called the Early Childhood Leadership Institute ECLI. ECLI is envisioned as a means to equip a broad coalition of families, policy makers, parents, educators and people from every sector with the knowledge, motivation, and interpersonal skills to collaborate toward realizing the promise of every Vermont child. The State of Vermont’s RTT-ELC grant will subsidize tuition bringing it from $6,200 [...]
The 2015 Warnings for School Votes are now posted for you to view. Please take a few minutes to review what your school boards are asking of you so you can be informed on Town Meeting Day – March 3rd, 2015
2015 School Vote Warnings
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