On March 11, Cabot seniors Heidi Cookson and Gage Sironi were honored by Governor Shumlin at a statehouse reception in recognition of their selection as semifinalists in the US Presidential Scholars Award program.
This program, started in 1964 by Executive Order of the President, recognizes and honors some our nation's most distinguished high school seniors. Heidi and Gage are two of only ten candidates nominated directly by Vermont's Agency of Education.
Heidi and Gage will join a cohort of 560 students nationwide. In April, the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars will review applications and select up to 121 Academic Scholars. These finalists will receive an expense-paid trip to Washington, DC, where they will be honored in a ceremony sponsored by the White House. They will meet with government officials, educators, musicians, authors, and scientists, as well as have an opportunity to visit museums and attend concerts.
Presidential Scholars Semifinalists
- Lindsay Graff, Marine Biologist, to Lecture at Cabot
- Huskies in the semifinals @ the Aud!!!
- Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education Explores the Work of Cabot Students and Teachers
- “Our Time” to be Acknowledged at the Vermont State House
- Cabot Students Perform in Winooski Valley District Jazz Festival
- Cabot School Budget Revote info
- CABOT SCHOOL FY 2018 BUDGET HEARING
MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2017
CABOT SCHOOL LIBRARY, 6 pm
- CABOT SCHOOL FY 2018 BUDGET REVOTE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017
WILLEY BUILDING, 7AM-7PM
- Negotiations Committee
- Universal Pre-School FAQ
- Cabot Budget FY 18
- January Act 46 Forum Results
- 2017 – 2018 School Choice Information
- School Merger Options & Overview
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