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2nd Annual Harvest Run
The Sustainability Academy and City Market are partnering up to present the 2nd Annual Harvest Fun Run/Walk for Sustainability as part of Eat Local Week. We'll have a Kids' 1K and a 5K. Join us post-race for local food vendors and fun family activities!

See the race brochure
HERE.

Pumpkin prizes for all registered kids! Some scholarships available for SA families.

Pre-registration Deadline: Monday, October 7

Race Day Information

9:00 Registration
10:00 Start: Kid's 1K
10:30 Start: 5K
11:00 - 1:00 Post Race Celebration

After the race, local food vendors will have tasty bites for sale and Mister Chris will play music for the whole family.

All proceeds from the race and celebration will benefit the Sustainability Academy

Through your generous contribution, SA students will engage in place-based, service-learning, and project-based adventures in and around our community.

Volunteers Needed!

To make this a successful event, we're looking for plenty of volunteers! Thanks for signing up and spending some time with us on this great event.

Sign-up to volunteer

(If you are a City Market Member Worker and you have completed an Orientation Session, you can get Member Worker hours for this event.)

About

The Sustainability Academy at Lawrence Barnes, a collaborative partnership of educators, families and the community, integrates the big ideas of sustainability into PreK-5 curriculum and campus practices.

The goal of the Academy is to prepare students to be responsible citizens and agents for change, in their community and beyond. The Academy is an international model for using sustainability as a lens for place-based education and service learning. We maintain the highest expectations for academic and personal growth for all of our students and embrace the rich economic and cultural diversity of our community.

Contact

Tiffany Tillman (tillmanleddy@gmail.com) or Serena Parnau (serenainvt@gmail.com) with questions or for scholarship request.

More Info

Visit eatlocalvt.com for full race details.

Supplemental Educational Services - Sept 18th deadline

Supplemental Educational Services

Supplemental Educational Services - Fall Enrollment Window is now Open.

For letter, Read More!

For an application, Click Here!

The Vermont Department of Education identified seven BSD schools which receive Title 1 funding as not making AYP (adequate yearly progress) in one or more areas. These identified schools are: Burlington High School, Edmunds Middle School, Hunt Middle School, C.P. Smith Elementary, J.J. Flynn Elementary, Integrated Arts Academy at Wheeler and Sustainability Academy at Barnes.

As a result, these schools are required to provide Supplemental Educational Services - extra academic assistance/tutoring to improve eligible students' academic performance - free of charge.

To view a chart of SES student participation in Burlington schools, Click Here

from: https://sites.google.com/a/bsdvt.org/ses/