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OUR MISSION is to promote student voice and engagement through authentic place-based learning that celebrates the unique environment, culture and heritage of each partner school and its community.

OUR SCHOOLS are predominately rural,face a variety of economic challenges, and are located in the central and northeast part of the state of Vermont. Currently 17 schools are members:

Barnet, Cabot, Concord, Doty Memorial, Eden, Fayston, Hyde Park, Isle La Motte, Lakeview Union, Moretown, Newark, Peacham, Roxbury, Rivendell Interstate Schools, Twinfield Union, Washington Village, Woodbury, and Walden. more




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IMPORTANT DATES
VRP's 18th Annual Learning in Place Conferenc
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May 5, 2017 • in Cabot

This conference is for adult/student teams. Share the enthusiasm of rural students showcasing real world initiatives and contributing as engaged members of their communities. This student-centered conference is open to anyone interested in seeing first hand what place-based learning looks like. Join this growing movement of small rural Vermont schools working together to explore and maintain the unique culture of their communities. Contact For Nene Riley at nene.riley@gmail.com l conference flyer l more information



CURRICULUM GRANTS Awarded to VRP Schools
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Our partnership uses a collaborative approach to grant review. Representatives from each school reviewed three or four grants other than their own, based on everything from a clear description, timeline, budget and assessment, to alignment with school goals and curriculum standards.  All projects were funded though sometimes revision or further clarification was requested by the peer reviewers.  Improving outdoor space is a theme that runs through many of the projects this year, along with developing a community ice rink, a seed exchange and a chicken husbandry project.  This year's meeting gave rise to a great discussion about the art of holding back and letting students take the lead. Best wishes to all the VRP teams with these great community projects, and holding back to let students move forward! grant rfp l grant planning guide



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