Community Resources

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. Families should use their own standards and review processes to determine appropriate activities.



MAD RIVER VALLEY BASKETBALL Winter basketball 3rd-6th grade, as well as spring and summer camp opportunities.  

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

Mid VT FENCING instruction for Grade 5 and up. 

HARWOOD YOUTH HOCKEY Based at the Waterbury Ice Center, this youth- adult league offers an array of opportunities, year round, beginning with a learn to skate program through U14.

MAD RIVER YOUTH LACROSSE for boys and girls in grades 3-8, with Chil Lax ( a noncompetitive learn to play) for ages 6-9. Registration for spring 2021 is now open : Registration is now open for the 2021 Spring Lacrosse Season.

MAD RIVER VALLEY LITTLE LEAGUE  Youth baseball for Boys and Girls 5-12 years old.   

Mad River Rippers   Mountain Bike program for kids (6-13) throughout spring, summer and early fall.  

MAD RIVER SOCCER offers soccer programs for Pre-K- 6th graders in both Fall and Spring, as well as summer camp. 

Tennis  The Bridges, a local resort, offers youth tennis instruction throughout the year.

Bill Koch X-country skiing Contact Chris Badger at [email protected] 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  



Cub Scouts  [email protected], or 802-371-9997

Girl Scouts Call 888-474-9686 for information or visit [email protected]


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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.