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LYNDONVILLE — Northern Vermont University-Lyndon kicked off Homecoming & Family Weekend last Friday with the 2021 Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Banquet. The Class of 2021 includes Robert Carey (2008), Craig Johnson (2012) and Jamie Kingsbury (1999).

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Campuses at St. Johnsbury Academy and Lyndon Institute are about 50 percent more crowded at the start of the school year compared to last year as the independent schools return full student bodies to the classroom, after a COVID year of educating half the students in-person at a time.

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Longtime Barnet School teacher James Lamar is known to his third-grade students as the always-calm, very positive “Mr. Lamar,” who makes math fun, speaks clearly and is never in a bad mood. He’s known to his primary-grade teacher team as a great collaborator, wonderful co-teacher and very knowledgeable across all areas of curriculum and student behavior.