Editorial, For the Record

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The Greensboro Historical Society note in the Gazette’s “Our Communities” section last week titled, “New Summer Exhibit Opens June 30” incorrectly showed the museum’s Saturday summer hours, which are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The editorial, “Change is Inevitable,” in the June 26 edition mistakenly indicated Greensboro students in grades four and five would move to Hardwick next year. Orleans Southwest Supervisory Union Communications Specialist, Lisa Stinson said, “The Mountain View Union Elementary School District board is pausing grades four, five and six at Lakeview Elementary for the 2024/2025 school year and giving the students a choice to attend either Woodbury Elementary or Hardwick Elementary.    Transportation will be provided. Lakeview Elementary will be open for the 2024-2025 school year and will offer pre-K through 3rd grade classes.

Ken Brown’s story in that same edition, “Wildcats Summer League Starts, Hoop Camp Next Month” mistakenly referred to merging of the Craftsbury Academy (CA) and Hazen Union athletic departments. Stinson said, “This past spring, the schools entered into a cooperative sports agreement with shared responsibility for the program. The cooperative agreement between Hazen Union School and Craftsbury Schools is in effect for the high school sports of soccer, baseball, and softball and in effect for the middle school sports of soccer, baseball, and Nordic skiing. Golf will also be included in the agreement this fall.”

Brown’s story in that same edition, “LeVangie Steps Down from Charger Program a Legend,” mistakenly indicated that CA and Hazen Union cross-country and track and field programs would compete under the Wildcat umbrella. There, Stinson said, “Craftsbury Schools will have middle school and high school cross-country running teams that will compete under the Craftsbury name.”

Paul Fixx is editor of The Hardwick Gazette and lives in Hardwick.

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