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It is a pleasure to announce that Paulryan Chipman has been named the June Elks Student of the Month for Bellows Falls Union High School. Paulryan, a sophomore, is the son of Barbara Shannon of Bellows Falls and Stephen Chipman of Rockingham. Paulryan is a dedicated student who works hard. He puts in extra time to make sure his work meets assignment expectations, often going above and beyond what is required. He is an analytical thinker, who examines issues from different perspectives and works hard to make good abstract connections to what he is studying. Always attentive to details, Paulryan participates in class, asks good questions, and offers good insight. He is open minded and attentive to details. Always enthusiastic about learning, he gives 100% to his assignments. Continue reading
Bellows Falls sent three teams to the state’s annual Envirothon Competition, A-Team, B-Team, and an Alternates team, along with their coach Susan Steiner. The A-Team took 1st place in the three categories of forestry, aquatics, and the oral presentation, 2nd place in Soils and Wildlife, both of which were by a one-point margin. B-Team placed third in the oral presentation and the Alternates team came in 2nd in the alternates division. A-Team received the best overall score and will go off to represent the State of Vermont in the North American Envirothon Competition to be held in Springfield, Missouri during the last week of July. A total of 17 teams from 8 high schools throughout Vermont competed in this day-long event held at the Hulbert Outdoor Center in Fairlee, Vermont.
Members of the Bellows Falls Union High School student council volunteered their time to help out Grafton Elementary School plant 140 trees in the Riverbank Restoration Project of the Saxton’s River. Each high schooler was paired up with a group of elementary school students in trying to beautify the area that was once ravaged by Hurricane Irene. Pictured here are Stephanie Green and Anna Clark.