Woody Laidlaw

Leland & Gray students interview a first responder who was in the thick of the massive destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana.

L&G students bond in journey to New Orleans

Almost two decades after Hurricane Katrina, students get a firsthand look at a region that has not yet bounced back from catastrophe

Eight students from Leland & Gray Union Middle and High School are back after trips to New York City and New Orleans to collect oral histories from people affected by climate catastrophes.

In late March, the students traveled to New York City, where they learned about United Nations' environmental policy and sustainability goals and sat in on a U.N. General Assembly session.

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Supporters continue push to retain BFUHS principal

School board chair says Broadley, who says he won’t renew his contract, ‘hasn’t come talk to us’

For more than a month, members of the Windham Northeast Supervisory Union (WNESU) community have told school officials they don't want Principal John Broadley to leave. An online petition to keep Broadley in his current role had more than 1,020 signatures as of March 3. But the principal -

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Principal finds support from school community

Broadley will leave in June; school board hears pleas to try to keep him from doing so

Residents, teachers, and students turned out in recent weeks to persuade the Bellows Falls Union High School and Windham Northeast Supervisory Union (WNESU) boards to reinstate Principal John Broadley, who in a letter last month announced that he will not seek to renew his contract. The larger-than-normal turnouts at...

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