Notice to ANWSU Families:
Re: BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHOP
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Back-to-School Shop will not be sponsored this summer. The program organizers hope to have a yard sale of remaining materials in the upcoming months, however, supplies will be limited. The intent of this early notice is to inform families and allow time for them to plan their back-to-school shopping needs/budgets accordingly.
ANWSU is very thankful for the tireless efforts of many to sponsor such an outstanding program for local families, and hope that perhaps a similar program will be considered in the future.
Information for the Summer Food Program can be found at this link
Award-winning VUHS teacher Roberta Steponaitis and senior student Nathan North of Vergennes (center), who nominated her for the Clarkson University honor. University Vice President Kathryn B. Johnson is pictured right.
Vergennes — Vergennes Union High School teacher Roberta Steponaitis of Vergennes, was awarded Clarkson University’s Inspirational High School Educator Award on May 8. Steponaitis was honored at a special dinner the night before commencement and during the commencement ceremony the following day.
Presenting the award to Steponaitis were graduating senior Nathan North of Vergennes, who nominated her for the award, and Vice President for University Outreach & Student Affairs Kathryn B. Johnson.
Each year, Clarkson seniors are invited to nominate a secondary school educator whom they feel has had a significant effect on their lives and helped guide their higher education decisions and career pursuits.The award recognizes these educators for their influential and lasting impact on their students and in their field of education