It looks like the warm weather has finally arrived!  I hope all of our families had a pleasant Mother’s Day weekend and enjoyed the sunshine.  Here are a few updates, happenings and celebrations taking place at Stowe High School this week:

This week’s athletics/activity calendar- CLICK HERE

Family engagement survey Use this LINK to provide feedback.  This information is essential in helping to develop and refine LSUU goals for the 2022-23 school year

Collaboration with Stowe Middle School Check out some photos of SHS students partnering with Mr. Grogan science class

Student Celebrations! Our very own Harison Brown was recently selected to have one of his original compositions performed as part of Music-COMP’s Opus 36 concert.  Knowing Harison, this is most likely something he told absolutely no one about.   Here’s a link to the recording of Harison’s piece; just scroll down on the right side of the screen until you find his name.  This kid has some serious music composition chops…definitely worth a listen if you’ve got a couple of minutes!

Girl’s basketball clinic- May 18th Please use this link to sign up! Registration is not required, but it is encouraged:

Lamoille County Community Updates
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Housing for Vibrant Communities: Explore the connections between housing, economic development, and opportunity, including the role of municipalities in advancing housing solutions and inter-town collaboration.

  • June 3
  • 8AM-1PM
  • At Jenna’s House in Johnson with a virtual option

For anyone who is interested in how towns and villages can create the conditions for housing development.

Create with Clay: Intro to hand-building. Come try a class and meet some new people:

  • Mondays 5/9-6/20
  • 5:30-7:30 PM
  • River Arts with North Central Vermont Recovery Center

You don’t need to be in recovery to join, and you can come to one class to try it out.

2022 Vermont Community Leadership Summit: Bringing new and established voices together from across Vermont. Anyone who is serving on local commissions, taking the lead, or taking a stand in their community is encouraged to join the conversation:

  • 8/10
  • Vermont Technical College in Randolph
  • Register

Early College Free Degree Program – Community College of Vermont: students currently in grades 8-11 can count on a free associate degree at CCV the year after high school graduation.

State of Vermont Surplus Property Warehouse sells or gives away items no longer needed by the state. Office furniture, tires, computer components, office supplies, and so much more.

EnVision Vermont: Age-Friendly State Survey. If you’re over 45, please take 20 minutes to give your input on how the state is serving Vermonters as they age.

Families & parents
Baby Chat: Playgroup for babies and their parents/caregivers

  • 1st Thursday of each month: 10-11:30. Lanpher Library, Hyde Park.
  • 2nd Saturday of each month: 10-11:30. Lamoille Family Center, Cady Falls Road, Morrisville.

Breastfeeding group: Social time and parent support.  Church of the Nazarene, Johnson.

  • 3rd Wednesday of each month: 11-1.
  • 4th Tuesday of each month: 10-11:30.

Lamoille Family Center. 802-888-5229.

MOM (Meeting Other Moms) Group

  • Every Tuesday, May 24-June 28
  • 1:30-2:30 via Zoom
  • 802-782-0978 or

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program with Katie Black: free hands-on nutrition education for families with children and pregnant women. Save money by shopping smarter; make easy, delicious, and nutritious low-cost meals; learn new cooking skills.

  • Capstone Community Action. 250 Industrial Park, Morristown.
  • Mondays 8-9:30AM and 1:00-2:30PM
  • 802-888-7993

Mobilize Your Board to Raise More Money: Learn practical, specific ideas for increasing board involvement and effectiveness in fundraising. For Lamoille nonprofit board members.

Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scales (CSSRS) training: Learn how to help save lives by reducing suicides. Intended for designated mental health agencies, primary care practices, and hospital emergency department staff.

Free Executive Entrepreneurship Training: T.H.R.I.V.E. training: small business owners get in-person coaching, self-paced instruction, mentoring, and classroom time. Grow a more profitable, efficient, and competitive business.

Introduction to Financial Coaching: interactive, virtual, 4-day training. Prerequisite to becoming a Financial Coach with Green Mountain United Way’s K.E.E.P. Financial Coaching Program. The goal of this program is to build an individual coach’s skills while helping clients. Learn more and register.

Substance use prevention
Vermont Cannabis Use Highlights: Interesting statistics about cannabis use in Vermont.

Preventing Youth Cannabis Misuse: an event for anyone in the community

  • May 11, 6:30-7:30 PM
  • Light dinner at 6
  • Green Mountain Technology and Career Center
  • Register

Annual Opioid Forum: Reigniting Community Connections

  • June 1, 6-8PM
  • Green Mountain Technology and Career Center (GMTCC)
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