Common Ground

Tips About Bees

Evan Pearl

May 30, 2017

It’s that time of year again. The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining and your local yogi bear is waking up from hibernation.   With the incoming rush of spring and summer, bees are coming back to pollinate our beautiful state. There have been many incidents in the past year with ...

Joining the Workforce vs. Going to College

Alyssa Bloom

May 30, 2017

Trying to figure out what is best for you after High School? Is it College or work? Are you under a lot of stress and pressure? Everybody is different. This is a big step in your life and you want to make sure it is the right fit for you. Do what you think is best for you and not what other people want...

Tech Etiquette

David Deschamps

May 30, 2017

Some people believe there is a problem with the use of technology, specifically phones, in Harwood classrooms and it's been such a issue that it's even been part of our All School Dialogues earlier in the winter. Some people think it's a distraction for students and prevents learning. Other students think ...

Where Are They Now? – Tami Munford

Where Are They Now? – Tami Munford

Rachel Tousignant

February 16, 2017

Tami Munford was the Harwood's Latin teacher before she retired in 2015 after 32 years of teaching. She was a dedicated teacher and that dedication hasn’t left. Since retiring she has been quite busy leading trips to Cuba for educators and the Vermont Council on World Affairs, mentoring a student fr...

Shedding The Weight

Kianna Haskin, Student Editor-in-chief

November 3, 2014

In The Beginning... In January of 2013, a group of students went to Harwood’s administration with an H-1 proposal with the intent to change Harwood’s academic policy regarding how we weigh grades, how we rank students academically, and how we evaluate the Green and Gold scholarship criteria. Thus...

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