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Comment Archives: Locations: Community Resources

Re: “Plainfield Town Hall Opera House

What a fun event! Dec.3rd is the next dance!

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Posted by Casey Clifford on 10/29/2017 at 5:14 PM

Re: “Trinity Baptist Church and School

Trinity seeks to educate the students both academically and spiritually. We teach children how to live, not just how to make a living. Our consistent curriculum gives students a foundation to build upon for their future.

Posted by Linda Libby Peacock on 04/01/2015 at 5:52 AM

Re: “Trinity Baptist Church and School

We have had all of our 5 children at Trinity across the past 26 years. We have been very pleased with the outcome and appreciate very much the dedication and caring of the teachers and staff. Our boys played soccer and basketball which they very much enjoyed. Our youngest child is in the school and she is very excited about the Senior class Mission trip to Europe.

Posted by Anne on 03/29/2015 at 11:43 AM

Re: “Trinity Baptist Church and School

I wish we would have had a school like Trinity Baptist when I was growing up !

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Posted by Jessica Lynn on 03/29/2015 at 5:56 AM

Re: “Trinity Baptist Church and School

Education with a Biblical worldview is hard to find. Excellent education with a Biblical worldview is rare. Trinity is a gem of rarity in it's focus on training the whole student from a Biblical perspective.

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Posted by Lynn Smith on 03/06/2015 at 6:10 AM

Re: “Trinity Baptist Church and School

We have two children who attend Trinity, both were removed from the local public schools for several reasons. Our kids are very different; they come with different skills and talents, and different needs as well. Even so, they both thrive in the consistent, structured environment that Trinity has to offer.

Teachers are caring, skilled, and compassionate. They expect great things from their students, hold them accountable for their actions, and reward them for a job well-done. They encourage parental involvement in classrooms and every other area of school life.

Trinity's time-honored, tried-and-true curricula provide a solid foundation for academic success. Students are encouraged to think, not just memorize (although memorization is important). And Trinity students, including ours, consistently rank well above the state and national levels in standardized tests.

In addition to the standard curricular materials, Trinity offers involvement in Yearbook, extracurricular sports, and fine arts, which further enhances my students' experiences. AND, the elementary kids get TWO recesses...which makes my kids very happy.

We looked at the other private school options within driving distance of our home (there are precious few around here) and found Trinity to be the "easiest" solution. We had no idea at the time that it would also be the BEST solution.

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Posted by webmom451 on 03/05/2015 at 10:01 PM

Re: “Trinity Baptist Church and School

My children have attended Trinity Baptist School for 9 years. We are very pleased with the education they are receiving and cannot say enough wonderful things about the excellent teaching staff! We visited several area schools before choosing Trinity, and are very pleased that we found this gem of a school. :) -Jennifer Anair
Check out the school website: www.tbsvt.org

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Posted by Olivia Anair on 03/02/2015 at 2:20 PM

Re: “Niquette Bay State Park

Please note, that as of Tuesday, September 2, 2014 this park is an all on-leash park, year-round. The park welcomes visitors with dogs, however dogs must be leashed at all times in the parking lot and on the trails. Dogs may swim at the rocky cove, but are not allowed on the sandy beach.

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Posted by Niquette Bay SP on 08/12/2014 at 11:03 AM

Re: “Safe Routes to School

Information about the Vermont Safe Routes to School Program can be found at www.saferoutesvt.org. The above website is for the National Center.

Posted by Abby Mattera on 07/23/2014 at 2:42 PM

Re: “Emerald Lake State Park

Great park to go camping or just visit for the day. The kids enjoy the clean beach and warm water in the Summer.

Posted by HSmommy04 on 06/28/2013 at 1:22 PM

Re: “Niquette Bay State Park

This is one of our favorite hikes. You can either take the most direct route to the beach or the longer hike to the beach which has a hill and an interesting rusting car from the 20s or 30s along the way. Lots of different things for kids; long stairways to climb, creeks to cross, the forest itself, huge rocks along the lake you can picnic on, and of course the beach. Parts of the park are open for dogs to be off leash too. To get there from the east (or from 89) you have to pass it on Rte 2, then turn around and take a right to enter the park. Just follow the signs. We passed it so may times going to the islands and just never realized how great a park we were passing.

Posted by mamaliz on 06/20/2013 at 4:07 PM

Re: “St. Albans Free Library

My son (2 1/2) and I joined in on the fun during story hour today, for the first time. We both had a blast and can't wait to go again. My son just loved the two stories, the interactive songs and even some coloring afterward.

Posted by Nichole Cunningham on 09/24/2012 at 8:27 PM

Re: “St. Albans Free Library

I live in St. Albans, so I'm favorably biased to the library because it's within walking distance of our house. But, it's really a great community resource. I love their children's space upstairs, and my family frequently takes part in their LEGO night!

Posted by Kate Bilodeau Laddison on 10/10/2011 at 3:36 PM

Re: “King Street Youth Center

These folks are based right around the corner from where I work. Lots of great people and energy — a wonderful community organization to support.

Posted by Don Eggert on 08/31/2011 at 10:22 AM
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