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Intersections: Student Art Exhibit - March 15 - April 27.
Chandler Gallery, Randolph
Fridays 3-6 p.m.
Sat & Sun Noon to 3 p.m.


Tue. Apr. 1
Author Visit,
Jan Reynolds

Sat. Apr. 12
Craft Fair

Bring Pennies for Patients boxes before Spring Vacation

Apr. 14-18
Spring Vacation

Thur. May 1st
Learning Fair &
Concert
6 p.m.

Fri. May 9th
Preschool Screenings
(All Day)


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Jr Iron Chef 2014

Congrats to the Sharon Shedders!

They took the top spot at the Jr. Iron chef on Saturday morning.

Their Winter Root pancake,

topped with a bit of sour cream and a cranberry salsa

wowed the judges and gave Sharon

its first award since entering the annual contest 6 years ago!!

Sharon Teams this year are:

Shedders

Emma, Brent, Ginny & Nicole

Slicers

Cameron, Fintan, Julianna, Sophie & Olly

Mr. Haley & Sal Conti, advisors

The Sharon Slicers also did a wonderful job, receiving positive feedback from the judges.
Their Super Tasty Veggie Burger..
topped with 2 kinds of cheese and placed on a roll with tomato and lettuce
was a crowd pleaser. Many people stopped and asked for the recipe.
There were a lot of elements to this recipe and the team pulled off a difficult make, in short period of time.
Be sure to congratulate all the Chefs when you see them in the upcoming week...
and a BIG thanks to Janis and Chef Sal for all their hard work!!!



Summer Camp Registration

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A group of sixth grade students from the Sharon Elementary School
are studying government in their social studies class. 
Teachers say that seeing how the state's highest court works
-- in an intimate setting like the Vermont Law School -- is the best way for them to learn about the topic.

"We can learn about the concepts of the government
and the different branches, but to see them in action
and how they actually work and function in our local society
is the best way for them to understand it," said Sharon teacher Janis Boulbol.

The students also recently visited the Statehouse in Montpelier and took part in a mock trial at the Supreme Court level.




Last Updated on Friday, 04 April 2014 14:31