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Re: “A Guide for Identifying Trees During Stick Season

LoveLOVELove this post! I always struggled with what kind of tree is this?? Thank you!

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Posted by April Parker Cacciatori on 10/31/2019 at 9:23 AM

Re: “Safe Passage: On 80 Acres in Underhill, Teens Reflect on Who They Are and How They Want to Change

why is a psycothrapist recommending psychiatric therapy , fake culture for wabanaki and micmacs? she knows thats misconduct she could loose her license

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Posted by JasonCroteau12 on 10/26/2019 at 11:33 AM

Re: “Safe Passage: On 80 Acres in Underhill, Teens Reflect on Who They Are and How They Want to Change

the rainbow people of light say they are teaching wabanaki culture at a psychiatric center . there are no elders or culture there its all fake counter cultural movement

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Posted by JasonCroteau12 on 10/26/2019 at 11:31 AM

Re: “Safe Passage: On 80 Acres in Underhill, Teens Reflect on Who They Are and How They Want to Change

where are the public schools tp explain that nulhegan is not supposed to send members to a fake tribe training school or fake educational program ? people should be mortified about the grants these facilities and nulgegan are getting thats misapropriated funds for "education" or wabanaki education

Posted by JasonCroteau12 on 10/26/2019 at 11:22 AM

Re: “Safe Passage: On 80 Acres in Underhill, Teens Reflect on Who They Are and How They Want to Change

another concern is that the nulhegan tribe and micmacs would be sending people to fake tribes. and psychiatric settings instead of real elders and cultire. thats called assemilation. scouting and schools for disabled or poor have removed ascess to abenaki language and mikmaq culture and other title 7 indian ed programs . ieps also call for least restricrive environment and options for minorities to access a normal setting for culture ( not counter culture)

Posted by JasonCroteau12 on 10/26/2019 at 11:20 AM

Re: “Safe Passage: On 80 Acres in Underhill, Teens Reflect on Who They Are and How They Want to Change

retribe is a funny farm not much different then the state school training school or goddard college and hippies. its not a normal setting for youth teens or adults. there are also laws about the healthcare setting , informed consent. you cant have a psyvhologist campimg and examimine patients while they are students and or farming or working . a licensed professional has boundaries. government contactos , psychiatric researchers and usda dont always have those boundaries

Posted by JasonCroteau12 on 10/26/2019 at 11:12 AM

Re: “Behind the Music: Rockin' Ron the Friendly Pirate

We met Rockin' Ron last summer at Smugglers and he is a delight and credit to the resort! Love to see him at dinner again...and trade more Pirate jokes!

Posted by Pat Alder on 10/03/2019 at 9:57 AM

Re: “Tech With a Human Touch: Cyber Civics Teaches Middle Schoolers to Think Critically and Ethically About the Digital World

My children go to this school. I can't imagine parenting without this supportive community. Figuring out a sensible relationship to our screens is a big challenge for this generation of parents!!

Posted by Christina Bell Cornelius on 09/11/2019 at 9:09 AM

Re: “Tech With a Human Touch: Cyber Civics Teaches Middle Schoolers to Think Critically and Ethically About the Digital World

Thank you KidsVT for covering this unique curriculum that addresses something that so many parents struggle with!

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Posted by julia in vermont on 09/11/2019 at 9:06 AM

Re: “Tech With a Human Touch: Cyber Civics Teaches Middle Schoolers to Think Critically and Ethically About the Digital World

Bravo to the Waldorf schools for addressing the issue of children and technology in a thoughtful, useful way.

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Posted by April Thanhauser on 09/05/2019 at 7:51 PM

Re: “Tech With a Human Touch: Cyber Civics Teaches Middle Schoolers to Think Critically and Ethically About the Digital World

I'm so glad that this is out there! I struggle with screen time myself and really don't want to pass that on to my kids.

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Posted by AltekkeE on 09/04/2019 at 9:52 PM

Re: “Jewel of a School: Traditions Are Strong at Vermont's Last One-Room Schoolhouse

I went to one room schools for 6 years - 2 grades in each school. One teacher and music teacher about once a week. We helped each other too. I remember being asked to help a fellow student with reading in 2nd grade. It was wonderful and wish students now could benefit from it. Great going Elmore and hope you can keep your school.

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Posted by Mary Daly on 08/28/2019 at 2:20 PM

Re: “Jewel of a School: Traditions Are Strong at Vermont's Last One-Room Schoolhouse

The Elmore school is a true gem and we had two children who attended. We moved to Elmore just so they could attend this school and we are so glad we did. Not many kids get to say, we went to a one room school.

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Posted by JB McKinley on 08/27/2019 at 8:09 PM

Re: “Safe Passage: On 80 Acres in Underhill, Teens Reflect on Who They Are and How They Want to Change

This is my son Roy's Third year with Re-Tribe.
We are blessed to have met Jane and her amazing team of Professionals. God Bless you ALL!
Words can Not express the MAGNITUDE of your work!

Heather and Roy

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Posted by Heather Gray on 08/03/2019 at 10:10 AM

Re: “Blisters, Bears & Beautiful Views: A Local Teen Hikes the Long Trail Solo

That is so cool congratulations for meeting your goal

Posted by Debra Voltolina on 07/24/2019 at 7:07 PM

Re: “Defining Masculinity: Books That Celebrate the Sensitive Side of Boys

I thought of Julian is a Mermaid after sending these recs! Its a fabulous new picture book about a little boy who wants to be a mermaid and acts on his desires. Im teaching it alongside the Little Mermaid in the next version of my Fairy Tales course!

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Posted by maura on 05/28/2019 at 2:58 PM

Re: “Will You Go Out With Me?: Skinny Dip Edition

It sounded liked you liked this place for skinny dipping; then why are you "requiring" skivvies (underwear)?

Posted by Zaak Borkowski on 05/16/2019 at 12:26 PM

Re: “Fear Not: A Mother Reflects on Parenting in the Shadow of a Fatal Disease

You are so damn on point. Our son too was born w a terminal genetic disorder. We removed care at 18 days. 2 plus years later he is still here. We have no idea how long he will live, other than he seems to have beaten the odds. We live life like you. Full of challenges, but with a renewed sense of purpose, strength, and appreciation for life. Thank you for sharing. You have captured this so eloquently. We wish you continued love, strength, and joy. May your community ad family continue to multiple your joy and divide your sorrow.

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Posted by Brandie Garrett D'Orazio on 04/20/2019 at 8:47 AM

Re: “Families Meet Children's Book Authors at nErdcampVT

This was a great event, and hugely empowering to my daughter to meet authors whom she's admired. I'm really looking forward to this for next year!

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Posted by Jill Abair on 04/09/2019 at 3:03 PM

Re: “Searching for Timeless Tales: A Family-Owned Press in Shelburne publishes Children's Picture Books

Hi Shelley,

For info about submitting to Ripple Grove Press, check out ripplegrovepress.com. If you have more questions, please email me at brett@kidsvt.com. Good luck with your book!

Posted by Brett Ann Stanciu on 03/12/2019 at 8:51 AM
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