"It is the mission of the Danville School to create a safe environment where each individual can grow intellectually, socially, and emotionally. We create a community of learners by emphasizing learning, respect, confidence, and individual excellence."

End of Year Events!

Many of you may know that Danville School is in the process of hiring a new principal for grades K-6. There will be opportunities for the community to meet candidates on May 29 and May 30 in the afternoon. More detail will be available soon on the Danville School website.

The 5/6 grade team at Danville School will host the second annual Redneck Road Race 5k Run and Walk on Saturday, June 2, at 9 a.m. This event is a fundraiser for the Autism Speaks organization and our students are responsible for all aspects of planning, fund-raising and running this event. Please join us!

Graduation Ceremonies will be held on Saturday, June 9 in the Danville School gymnasium. We encourage community members and families to attend and celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating seniors.

For those of you with internet access, please feel free to check out our website at: www.danvillek12vt.us and follow the links to find our blog and Facebook page. All of these pages are updated frequently with exciting information from Danville School.

A special thank you to our staff, students, and families for their support in maintaining a positive and supportive learning environment from Pre-K through grade 12! We are committed to helping EVERY student learn and grow EVERY day.

Noah Noyes is co-principal at Danville School.


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