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 Mt. Abraham Facilities Committee Presentation

  • Naturalization Ceremony Join us at 1:00 in the Town Hall as the MegaTeam hosts a Naturalization Ceremony.  Judge Conroy will be presiding.
    Posted Apr 11, 2014, 10:52 AM by Web Master
  • Mentoring Program Appreciation To show our appreciation and to say good-bye for the summer, we will be hosting a mentoring program barbecue for students, mentors and families on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30TH from ...
    Posted Apr 5, 2014, 10:28 AM by Web Master
  • Education Recognition Awards Evening THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 6:30 to 8:00 PM Mt. Abraham Union High School Auditorium  This annual event honors ANESU staff members and members of the community who have ...
    Posted May 8, 2014, 4:59 PM by Web Master
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Hands on Geography and History in the Third Grade



The Tari Shattuck Education Foundation has generously donated the thirty Dorothy Canfield Children's Book Award nominees and the ten Red Clover Award nominees for 2014 to our school.  
Thank you Tari Shattuck Education Foundation!!

A sampling of works by  artists 

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School Calendar of Events

Community Service at the Charter House

Community Service

Kristin Andrews and Meaghan Rice took the Community Service baking group to the Charter House in Middlebury to prepare, serve and clean up a community lunch for anyone in need. They arrived in time to decorate each table with a geranium and then immediately began serving lasagnas that they had made.  As people came through the line the children served them with a smile and conversed with each guest.  The students were proud to talk about making the lasagnas but also asked the guests questions and shared stories.  After everyone had been served, the children served themselves, intermingled with the guests and continued to converse.  After eating, students prepared to-go bags for those who wanted them and cleaned up.  
"There is no doubt in my mind that they made the day of several of the guests there.  I felt very fortunate and proud to be a part of this Beeman family where strong values are clearly being instilled."~ Meaghan Rice