Many resources and a great deal of support are available in our larger community.


Student-related activities:   Below is a listing & links to some of the regular child-centered organizations/activities in our area. For a listing of current or one-time and/or more current events, please see our school newsletter. 


Please note that the opportunities/events listed below are not specifically endorsed or screened by school staff; as always, families should use their own standards and review processes to determine appropriate activities.




MAD RIVER DANCE ACADEMY  Offering dance education ages 2.5-18, in all styles: Creative Dance, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Lyrical and more, WWW.MADRIVERDANCE.COM

Mad River Soccer offers soccer programs for Pre-K- 6th graders in both Fall and Spring.  For more information visit

MAD RIVER YOUTH LACROSSE for boys and girls in grades 3-8, for more information visit MADRIVERLAX.ORG or Chil Lax (noncompetitive learn to play ages 6-9) MADRIVERLAX.ORG 


Mad River Rippers   Mountain Bike program for kids (6-13) May 30 and runs through September 26. Rides are every Tuesday from 5 to 7 PM at the Blueberry Lake trail network in Warren. WWW.MADRIVERRIDERS.COM/PRESS-RELEASE or email BOB@MADRIVERRIDERS.COM for more information. 


Basketball registration is now open for youth Mad River Basketball.  For more information visit


Hockey: for information visit


Bill Koch X-country skiing: contact Chris Badger at csbadger@gmail for registration forms and more information




Cello Lessons, Suzanne Smith's Cello Studio in Moretown and Burlington.  For information call 802-496-5273 or visit CELLOCHAN3B@GMAIL.COM. You may also visit 



Kids Act Play,



Cub Scouts, or 802-371-9997




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Our School Mission

  • Support students in achievement of high academic standards; we believe that all students can master challenging academic material and we expect them to do so.
  • Foster a safe, comfortable and challenging learning environment; help teach children respect for themselves and others, and teach them to accept responsibility for their actions.
  • Enhance global awareness and acceptance of diversity.