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October 3, 2017 There are few instruments as powerful or as beautiful as the human mind and spirit. And with the right kind of training, the right direction, and the right “tools,” there is no limit...
October 3, 2017 Juggling grades, college applications, standardized tests, athletics, and other activities is a full-time job for college-bound high school students. And while this work is extremely...
Originally Published in Alumni News June 19, 2017 “I think being the ‘cheer leader’ for VMS is the role of which I am most proud,” notes Jeanne Macsata, reflecting on her tenure at VMS. Ms. Mac, as...
Originally Published in Tuesday News September 27, 2017 Kindergarten students have been working with Ms. Graf on free painting using tempera paint. Given only the primary colors, students were free...
Originally Published in Tuesday News May 9, 2017 What do you see when you read? Do you imagine the scenery, the buildings, and the textures? Do they move? Questions like these served as prompts for...
Originally Published in Tuesday News February 28, 2017 VMS made history on February 24th, 2017 winning not one, but two State Championships in Skiing. After two days of alpine and Nordic events held...
Originally Published in Tuesday News March 7, 2017 The VMS Telemark Team recently visited Grand Targhee where they participated in a big mountain telemark competition with more than 60 other students...
Originally Published in Tuesday News February 21, 2017 We live in a bubble. Geographically, culturally, climatically, our “Happy Valley” is relatively insulated. And while this is a conscious choice...
Originally Published in Tuesday News 4/25 & 5/23, 2017 Teaching 21st Century skills is more cultivation than direct instruction, and there really isn’t a textbook on the subject. Carla Huebner,...
Originally Published in Tuesday News May 16, 2017 Senior Project is an elective component of the twelfth grade curriculum. During the fourth quarter, students may propose a project to be completed...

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