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How to Vote in 2020

How to Vote in 2020
Rebecca Cunningham February 12, 2020

Town Meeting Day: Tuesday, March 3. Polls open at 7 am, close at 7 pm.   ATTENTION: Students age 17 are allowed to vote in the primary as long as they turn 18 before the general election...

BREAKING: Citizens “Vote Yes for BHS”

Photo: Jenna Peterson
Kate Stein and Martine Gulick react to the passing of the bond in Wards 6 and 4
Jenna Peterson November 6, 2018

Tonight a wave of excitement swept over the cafeteria in Burlington High School (BHS) where Superintendent Yaw Obeng invited BSD staff and community to await the results of the “Say Yes for BHS” bond...

No or yes for BHS: students weigh in

Photo: Julia Shannon-Grillo

Information table about the remodel displayed in the BHS lobby
Jenna Peterson November 5, 2018

Co-written by Julia Shannon-Grillo and Jenna Peterson On October 2nd, a trickle of water dripped into the ramp that connects B building to C building. First, a wet floor sign was enough, but as the water...

School board candidates answer student questions

School board candidates answer student questions
Jenna Peterson March 5, 2018

Co-written by Jenna Peterson and Summer Grace Town Meeting Day is tomorrow and school board candidates are reaching out to the Burlington High School (BHS) Community. BHS students named some issues that...

Budget, Maintenance Bond Pass, New Board Members Elected

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March 7, 2017

Burlington voters approved a $74 million school budget on Town Meeting Day, said yes to a capital improvements bond and determined school board members. The complete education-related results are below: North...

Your Guide to Burlington School Board Candidates

Helen Hossley (left), is challenging incumbent Mark Barlow (right), for the North District seat on the Burlington School Board. | Courtesy Photos
March 4, 2017

North District Five Burlington school board candidates will be on the ballot on March 7. However, only the North District is a contested race. Incumbent Mark Barlow will be facing off against challenger...

Students Wear Black and Pink to Raise Awareness for Women’s Rights

Emma Chaffee, Balkisa Abdikadir, Eliza Abedi and Hawa Adam pose for a photo on Jan. 25. Students wore black and pink to show support for women’s rights. | Photo: OREAD
Lucy Govoni February 3, 2017

Eliza Abedi recalled getting home from work on Jan. 20, and turning on the television. Millions of women were marching around the world. History was being made, and she wanted to witness it. “It was...

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