Madison & Allyson Corliss

Madison and Allyson Corliss spearheaded a school-wide fundraiser for University of Vermont’s Big Change Roundup this past month! Through brief classroom presentations, they shared that the cause helps sick children and their families. They created crossword puzzles to promote awareness …  Read more

Trent Cross

Trent has completed nearly 50 hours of community service at the Milton Family Community Center, where he’s been instrumental in everything from preparing for the annual yard sale to providing “heavy lifting,” all with a smile. “Trent has been a …  Read more

Faith Carroll

“Faith Carroll has been the driving force behind this year’s regional drama festival,” art teacher Amanda DeCarlo said, noting Faith has helped by choosing a theme, arranging music and getting students to participate in the opening number and has spent …  Read more

Elizabeth Keefe

Q: What does being a good citizen mean to you? A: A good citizen is someone who is helpful to others when you can and being thoughtful of them. Q: Give an example of a time you were a good …  Read more

Jack Gallagher

Jack Gallagher is committed to the German fourth-grade program, teacher Staci Ferris-Letsos said, and has completed more than the required 30 hours of service learning. Jack has also taken on a leadership role facilitating and planning lessons for 23 students, Ferris-Letsos …  Read more

Kristen Racicot

Kristen Racicot is committed to the German fourth-grade program, teacher Staci Ferris-Letsos said, and has completed more than the required 30 hours of service learning. Kristen is doing the program for the third year. Note: Responses are edited for length, grammar and …  Read more

The Green Team

This feature highlights two students, grades K-12, who demonstrate a commitment to their community through volunteerism and being overall good citizens. This week, we feature a group of fifth-graders from Milton Elementary School known as “The Green Team.” Led by …  Read more

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