LYNDONVILLE — The proposed Kingdom East budget for the 2020-21 school year shows slight tax decreases for most towns under the formula for new unified districts under Act 46, with Lunenburg taxes remaining the same and Lyndon going up slightly.
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LYNDONVILLE — Back a few years ago, when the Caledonia North Supervisory Union board members began implementing Act 46, they envisioned what shared and improved opportunities they could create for students in the soon-to-be-expanded unified district.
Editor’s note: This is part two of a two-part look at the possible reasons behind the loss of free meals for schoolchildren and the reaction to that change for the upcoming school year.
LYNDONVILLE — Voters in the eight towns of the newly unified Kingdom East School District — Burke, Concord, Lunenburg, Lyndon, Newark, Sheffield, Sutton and Wheelock — decisively rejected a bond vote Wednesday seeking approval to spend up to $24 million for improvements to three schools.
LYNDONVILLE — The Kingdom East School Board is planning a June 19 vote in the eight towns it serves - to seek approval from voters for $24 million in school construction projects.
LYNDON — About two dozen citizens turned out for the annual meeting of the Kingdom East School District on Monday evening, where a resolution urging the state to give more weight in the funding formula to rural students who come from poverty was overwhelmingly supported by those in attendance.
The Kingdom East School Board is grappling with an ever growing list of facility needs that total millions of dollars.
CONCORD — A leaking roof at Concord School’s gym last week led the Kingdom East School Board to close the gym and attached classrooms “until they can be inspected and certified for use by an engineer.”