Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Fayston School Partners with 4-H & Tucker Hill Inn for Personalized Learning!

Congratulations to our Fayston Student Chefs, Tucker Hill Inn, 
UVM's Extension 4-H Program, Teachers, and Parents 
for inspiring us all to strive for greater community engagement 
in teaching and learning!

Monday, June 5, 2017

Fayston School on Across the Fence- June 6th, 2017!

On Tuesday, June 6th Fayston School will be featured on WCAX TV, Channel 3's Across the Fence. Some 5th and 6th grade students completed a 4-H project with the support of FES teachers, our region's 4-H educator Allison Smith, and the Tucker Hill Inn Chefs. This segment tells the story of our students' personal learning plan on how to cook and ultimately prepare a multi course French inspire dinner party for 30 people this past Spring. 

Across the Fence is the longest running daily farm and home television program in the country. Across the Fence is a 15 minute program produced by University of Vermont Extension. The program airs weekdays at 12:10 pm on WCAX TV, Channel 3.

Across the Fence airs at 12:10on WCAX-TV. They will post the segment on their Facebook page around 4 PM that afternoon.




Wednesday, May 31, 2017

FES PTO Fundraiser- June 1st!

FES PTO
FUNDRAISER
 The Green Closet
TOMORROW NIGHT Thursday June 1st
6 pm to 8pm

Enjoy a glass of wine and refreshments while visiting and shopping.
Confer with a fashion consultant.
20% of ALL sales benefit the FES PTO
     GREAT CLOTHING!
                      GREAT FRIENDS!
                                       GREAT TIME!

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Dinner for Two at Tucker Hill Inn

Dinner for Two at the Tucker Hill Inn
French Inspired Menu
by Junior Fayston Student Chefs!

Date: Wednesday, April 12th 6:00 p.m.
(Just a few tickets are left! Email Jean Berthiaume if interested.)











Menu: Bon appétit!
Soupe:  Soupe à l’oignon crémeuse
Salade:  Salade de fenouil ciselé aux asperges avec une vinaigrette crémeuse à
              base de fromage de chèvre
Plat principal (Entrée):  Coq au vin  
Dessert: Profiteroles
Boissons (drinks):  De l’eau (water),  
bar payant (cash bar)

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Presentation on Anxiety w/ Dr. Paul Foxman

Dr. Paul Foxman – “The Worried Child, Recognizing Anxiety in Kids and Teens and Helping them Cope”
Hannah’s House is pleased to welcome Dr. Paul Foxman, founder and Director of the Center for Anxiety Disorder for a two hour presentation  “The Worried Child, Recognizing Anxiety in Kids and Teens and Helping Them Cope”, on April 12, 6-8pm at the Big Picture Theater in Waitsfield.  
Dr. Foxman specializes in anxiety disorders in children and adults and presents around the country on this topic.  He frequently appears at conferences and on television and radio shows to address anxiety and stress-related issues and is well known among mental health professionals.  He is the author of several books on of anxiety in children and adults, including The Worried Child, Dancing with Fear, Anxiety Disorders in Kids and Teens, which will be available for sale that evening.
Save the date for this special opportunity to learn from an expert in the field on what you can do to best help children cope with fear and anxiety.  
This free event is made possible through a grant from The National Life Foundation and the Big Picture Theater for the event venue.
For more information contact Barbara@hannahshousevt.org or call 496-9715

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Technology & Behavior

Technology and Behavior:
Benefits and Detriments of the Online World

Harwood Union is pleased to host a presentation designed to support parents in understanding popular technology and social media usage by today’s youth and potential benefits and detriments. This presentation will share actionable steps that help  parents and their children avoid many of the missteps and mistakes made by students in the world of technology. The focus will be geared to students in grades 6-9

Program Details

Date:       March 30, 2017
Time:       7:00 PM
Location: Harwood Union High School Auditorium

Program Specifics
Topics will include the following:

  • Computer, Tablet, Cell Phone Usage: Benefits and Detriments
  • Unhealthy Online Social Connections and Risky Behavior
  • Sexting: Awareness, Prevention, Response
  • Sexual Predators Online
  • Bullying: Awareness, Prevention, Response
  • Recognizing Violent Risk Taking Behavior
  • Impaired Driving: Texting/Under the Influence
  • Speaking to Our Kids about the Potential Fallout
  • Monitoring Our Children’s Technology Usage

About Our Speaker
Andrew W. Donofrio was a leading computer forensics examiner with 25 years of Law Enforcement experience and 17 years in the field of computer investigations, forensics, IT security and penetration testing.  He has conducted countless computer and cyber investigations, particularly the exploitation of children through technology.

Mr. Donofrio graduated Summa Cum Laude from John Jay College of Criminal Justice with a BA in Forensic Psychology and Magna Cum Laude with a Master’s degree in Protection/Infrastructure Management.  He is the founder and president of Cyberology Consultants.

Friday, February 10, 2017

Fayston School Celebrates Kindness Challenge- February 13-17, 2017

The students, staff, and community of Fayston School will be celebrating the
Great Kindness Challenge the week of February 13-17
All kids deserve to learn in a safe, supportive and dynamic environment. The Great Kindness Challenge actively engages students, teachers, administration, families, and community in creating a school culture of acceptance, tolerance, unity and respect. Simply put, we believe that KINDNESS is
a strength and has the power to change the world for GOOD!

The Great Kindness Challenge is one week devoted to performing as many acts of kindness as possible.  Look for some ideas in your child's backpack!

​As the adults in children's lives, we are their role models. Challenge yourself throughout your week to try new acts of kindness towards others. Make a point to talk about it each night. Whether at the dinner table or in the car, instead of asking your child, "How was your day?" try "In what ways were you KIND today?"​ See what happens!"