The Sharon Academy Newsletter, February 16, 2017

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Calendar of Upcoming TSA Events

February 2017

Thurs 16 New Date: TONIGHT Planning for life after High School, 6:30 pm
Sat 18 February Break Begins
Sun 26 February Break Ends


March 2017

Fri24Circus Performance: Carnival at 6:00, Circus at 7:00

Fri24Circus Performance: Carnival at 6:00, Circus at 7:00

Sun 5 Arts Day – 12pm – 4pm – More details below.
Wed 8 NOTICE CHANGE IN END DATE BECAUSE OF SNOW DAY LAST WEEK:  Last Ski & Ride Day at Suicide Six – Wed school end time will return to 1pm the following week.
Mon 13 Middle School Circus Interim begins!
Wed 15 School end time for Wednesdays returns to 1pm today
Fri 17 Middle School end of trimester
Mon 20 Junior Exhibition Presentation Day
Thurs 23 Cafe Night at the High School
Fri 24 HS In Service – No School High School Only
Sat 25 Circus Performance: Carnival at 3:00, Circus at 4:00

The TSA School Calendar for 2016/2017 is available.  To download a copy, please click here: TSA 2016/17 School Calendar




Congratulations to  Paige Bissaillon ’17, Eli Carini ’17, Eleanor Frost ’17, Lydia Morris ’17 and Alex Olszewski ’19 for fantastic Model UN conference at MIT. These students showed wonderful commitment, and put in considerable effort.  They even  braved a snowstorm while traveling back home.

Congrats to our Varsity Girls for winning recently against Rivendell.  We believe that this is the first TSA girl’s basketball team to ever beat Rivendell.  Go Phoenix!



All School News

Free Family Arts Day at TSA:  On Sunday, March 5th, join The Sharon Academy for our Free Family Arts Day – perfect for all ages.  From noon – 4:00, TSA will host talented local artists leading free interactive workshops.  All workshops are open to the public. Snacks will be available for purchase. Please invite your friends to this incredibly popular event. For more information, please contact  at  or visit

The Circus is Coming!  The Sharon Academy (TSA) Middle School Circus is back for another two performances filled with family-friendly, rollicking good fun! For the eleventh consecutive year, TSA middle school students will be performing their hilarious, student-created circus that consistently draws huge crowds.  The shows are once again under the direction of Troy Wunderle, Big Top Tour Artistic Director of Circus Smirkus and the Director of Clowning for the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Come early to experience the pre-circus carnival – a wonderful collection of student-run games and activities for children.  Remember to invite your friends!

Both performances will be held at The Sharon Academy High School on Route 14 in Sharon:
•       Friday, March 24th, Carnival starts at 6:00 pm, Circus starts at 7:00 pm.
•       Saturday, March 25th, Carnival starts at 3:00 pm, Circus starts at 4:00.

$3 admission.  Light refreshments will be available for purchase.  Fun for the whole family.

Host a teen from the Basque Region next summer: The Basque Program is looking for families to host a student from Spain for three weeks in the summer.  For more information, please contact Laura Bradley,

TSA Parent Volunteers Needed:  We will need a significant amount of parent volunteer help for TSA’s April 29th Funrdraising Gala.  This is our “Coming of Age” party – We are turning 21!  If you would like to help with the various jobs that help us to celebrate TSA, raise money for our school’s operation, and celebrate some new initiatives, please get in touch!  We will need help gathering auction items, food donations, decorating, setting up the party space, and more.  Email Dave Eastman if you can help at:

In the mean time – mark your calendars! This is one of TSA’s most wonderful annual community events. Come join the fun on April 29th!  Much more information information will coming to you over the coming weeks about this exciting TSA event.

A TSA family is asking for our help during a time of difficulty in the form of one meal per week. Please sign up to help if you can.

  • WHERE: Please deliver to TSA Middle School
  • WHEN: 7:45 AM – 3:30 PM Tuesdays (If there is no school on Tuesday please deliver on Wednesday.)
  • FOODS to EXCLUDE: beans, broccoli, cabbage
  • INCLUDE: list of ingredients
  • QUANTITY: four servings

Please use containers that are disposable or recyclable. It is very helpful to the family if dishes do not need be returned. Thank you!

Do you have time in a vacation home that you could donate to TSA’s Fundraising Auction? In the past, we have auctioned off everything from a weekend in a NYC apartment to a week in Maine or Florida.  If you have a vacation property you can donate, please contact Jenn Hayslett ( or Dave Eastman ( Thank you!

New Parent Support Group Meetings at TSA!  Screens and Teens.  Helping support our kids (and each other!) navigate the complicated world of social media and technology. This is an open forum for any parents/guardians interested in joining. Kate will be facilitating the meetings with some guiding questions regarding social media and teen technology usage. The hope is that the ideas, questions, advice and curiosities that you bring will continue to guide the group. Kate says, “I am by no means on expert on this topic, but I would like to create a space where parents can share thoughts and offer support to each other as you navigate the complicated world of raising teens in a digital age.” Please do not feel you have to attend each meeting. Drop-ins are welcome! These evenings will be held at The Sharon Academy High School – 5:30-6:30pm – Moore Hall (The Pit) – Light Refreshments served. Dates:

  • Tuesday, February 28th
  • Tuesday, March 21st
  • Tuesday, April 11th
  • Tuesday, May 9th

For more information, please contact Kate Sensenich at

February 23rd: “Getting to Y” – Engaging community members in a discussion of health concerns which will be lead by youth. Whitcomb High School, 6:00-8:00PM

You’re invited to Vermont Tech’s Summer Camps: Registrations now open!  Do you learn by doing? Fly, code, fight fires, design and build or launch a business. Try one of our hands-on camps and have fun! Camps/institutes are for middle and high school students. 2017 Dates:

  • Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Camps: June 19-23 or July 10-14 – overnight camps – for girls entering 9th -10th grades with follow-on mentorships – Randolph Center Campus
  • Coder Camp for Girls: July 17-21 – day camp – for girls entering 8th-10th grades – and mentorships – Williston Campus
  • AeroCamp: July 24-28 – day camp – for boys & girls – ages 12-18 – Williston Campus
  • GIV Entrepreneurship: June 24-30  – Governor’s Institutes of Vermont – overnight residential Institute for students entering 10th – 12th grades – Randolph Center Campus – this includes social entrepreneurship- doing good

For more information contact Laurel Butler at or visit summer-courses



Phoenix Sports

Brought to you by Sports Editor, Daisy Hutt

Save The Date – Upper Valley Women’s Basketball League Tournament, March 11 and 12, 2017
; 3/11 8:00am-8:00pm, 3/12 8:00am-3:00pm.  TSA is excited to host The Upper Valley Women’s Basketball League’s annual tournament on March 11 and 12th. The Athletic Booster Club will be selling concessions. This is a BIG event and we will need a lot of volunteers and food donations. Also, it would be great if 1-2 people could help organize volunteers and food items. More details to come as the time gets closer. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Kim Knoerlein at

Game Results

TSA Varsity Girls:

TSA 43, Rivendell 37,
Monday, February 13th. Go TSA! So Proud!

From the Valley News: Jasmin Johnson’s second 3-pointer of the night broke a 37-37 tie in the final minutes, setting the stage for Grace Dorman’s steal and go-ahead basket as Sharon Academy pulled a 43-37 upset of Rivendell Academy in a Central Vermont League girls basketball game on Monday night. In what Phoenix coach Gregg Nalette called “our biggest win, for sure,” Dorman produced her third big game in two weeks as Sharon (4-8) took a bite out of the Raptors’ postseason position hopes. Dorman’s team-leading 16 points was no surprise for Nalette. Mallory Lloyd and Jocelyn Johnson both scored seven points for the Phoenix, which hosts Williamstown on Wednesday. Rivendell entertains Chelsea, also on Wednesday


TSA Varsity Boys:

TSA 42, Rivendell 51
Tuesday, February 14th

From the Valley News: Harvey Kelley led Sharon with 14 points and Cordell Benjamin had nine. Rivendell led, 43-40, before closing on an 8-2 run. “They out-executed us,” Sharon coach Blake Fabrikant said. “Their outside shooting stretched the floor and they were able to stack the paint against us. We fought hard; our energy was great.” Sharon (10-7) hosts Mid Vermont Christian on Friday.

TSA 53, Rochester 21
Friday, February 10th. Way to go Sharon!

From the Valley News: Harvey Kelley put a defensive blanket on Troy Walker, the Rockets’ sophomore 1,000-point scorer, keying a solid two-way game for the Phoenix (106). Kelley kept Walker to four points through three quarters and 11 for the evening to slow down the visitors. Kelley also scored a dozen points for Sharon, second only to Sam Knoerlein’s 17. Fisher Kelley had nine points and Cordell Benjamin added eight for the Phoenix. “I’m really pleased with how we played,” Sharon coach Blake Fabrikant said. “The energy and the effort were excellent. I don’t see the silver lining from time to time, but this was an excellent job.” Rivendell plays Sharon a visit in a key Central Vermont League showdown on Tuesday.


TSA JV Boys:

TSA 28, Rivendell 59
Tuesday, February 14th.

Hunter Lahaye (‘19) hit 4 3’s to lead the team in scoring with 12 points and Scott Elderd (‘18) finished with 10.

TSA 29, Rochester 35
Friday, February 10th.

A tough TSA team battled back from a 15 point deficit at the end of the first quarter but ran out of time in the loss.  High scorers were Olly Skeet-Browning (‘20) 13 points and Scott Elderd (‘18) 9 points.


You can get even more TSA Phoenix Sports News and Pictures on the TSA Athletics Booster Club Facebook Page:


Upcoming Game Schedule

VG Home v. Mid VT : Fri, February 17, 5:30pm – 7:00pm
VG Home v. Cabot : Tue, February 21, 5:30pm – 7:00pm
VG Away v. Trinity Baptist : Fri, February 24, 7:30pm – 9:00pm
VG Home v. Chelsea : Sat, February 25, 5:30pm – 7:00pm
VB Home v. Mid VT : Fri, February 17, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
VB Home v. Cabot : Tue, February 21, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
VB Home v. Websterville : Thu, February 23, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
JV Home v. Websterville : Thu, February 23, 5:30pm – 7:00pm
MS Away v. Rochester : Tue, February 21, 5:30pm – 6:30pm



Phoenix Sports Local Business Savings Card are now half price!  Get your card for just $10With this card you get great discounts and deals at local businesses from Sept. 1, 2016 to Aug. 31, 2017.  Purchase yours from Cynthia at the TSA High School, or Catherine at the Middle School, or contact Kim Knoerlein at:


Middle School News

TSA MS Academic News of the week:

Over the February Break, there is no homework for Middle School students in Science or Math!

Language Arts over February Break: For the past three months, students have been working on their outside reading requirement of 400 pages. The book cards for this outside reading requirement are due by March 3rd in order to avoid an incomplete in Language Arts for Trimester 2.  If your student is behind on this project, the February Break is an ideal time to catch back up!

Social Studies over February Break: Students may need to spend some time continuing their research on their religion project over break. All research questions (including at least one of the optional questions) are due at the beginning of class on Tuesday after break. The assignment description can be found here: MS Religion Project.There will be no current events assignments from now until we finish our research projects at the end of March. 


Other TSA MS News:

The circus is coming!!!  The middle school will begin its circus interim on Monday, March 13th.  Troy Wunderle of Big Top Adventures will arrive early on Monday morning to unpack a large truck filled with circus props and equipment.  Then, during the following two weeks, Troy will mentor students through the creation of an hour-long show. Academics will continue on a part time basis until Friday, March 17th. From then onward the remaining school days will be devoted to circus preparation.  Please watch the newsletter closely to learn how you may help and to keep abreast of important scheduling information. Please also note that the circus will be performed in the high school gym on the evening of Friday, March 24th and the afternoon of Saturday, March 25th Let us know ASAP if your student cannot be present on either of these circus dates as each student plays an important role in the circus performance.  Middle school students do not have school on Monday, March 27th following the circus.



High School News


A Note From Stephanie Davis About Maternity Leave:

One of the great joys of parenthood has been being able to bring our daughter, Nora, into the TSA community. I feel grateful to be part of a community that is so welcoming to our daughter. And so, we are excited to bring our second baby into the TSA community later this spring in May.

It is interesting to be on the beginning end of parenthood and have conversations with and learn so much from so many of you who are further along on this journey than I am. Perhaps one of the things I hear most often is how quickly it all goes by. It is partly because of this oft repeated sentiment that I have decided to take a leave of absence from TSA for the 17-18 school year.

My husband reminds me how lucky I am to work in a place that is willing to be so flexible and supportive of me in making this decision. It is a decision that has not been easily made and comes after much thought and many conversations. We are thankful, though, to have this opportunity for our family at this point in our lives.

My last day for this school year will be April 28th and I will return for the 18-19 school year.

I will miss all of this.



AVA Gallery’s 9th Annual Best of the Upper Valley High School Exhibition opening is on February 17, from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. The dates of the show are Feb. 7-March 10. TSA HS students nominated to show work during the AVA exhibit are: Abby Levy ’19, Lily Crowley ’19, Daisy Hutt ’19, Will Pfeil ’19, Halsey Jones ’18, Kaila Skeet-Browning ’18, Emma Sawyer ’17, Lowry Newswanger ’16, Jackson Bradford ’16, and Emma Foster ’16.

Governor’s Institutes of Vermont:  GIV is offering 11 Institutes this summer.  GIV summer sessions are one week long, and take place at college and university campuses all over VT.  Applications are due March 15.  The costs of the session should not hold you back from applying, nor should grades.  Talk to Ellen Bagnato if you have any questions.  Also, check out the GIV website:

Come see Richie Play! Our very own Richie Morrill’s Senior Hockey Game for the Hurricanes is February 25th at 1:45.  Come cheer him on!  $2 entry fee.

Would You Like Participate in a Science Expedition to Greenland or Antartica for FREE?  The Joint Science Education Project (JSEP) to Greenland and the Joint Antarctic School Expedition (JASE) to Antarctica are two exciting polar science programs currently available to 11th grade students.  JSEP and JASE are supported by the National Science Foundation grant to Dartmouth College.  Travel, lodging and meals are provided at no cost to selected students. JSEP and JASE are targeted at students who have a passion for learning, strong interest in science and openness to other cultures.  And, both programs have proven to be life-changing experiences for selected students in previous years. JSEP is a three-week field experience in Greenland scheduled for summer 2017.  Selected students from the U.S., Denmark and Greenland live and work together while exploring current Arctic research and completing their own inquiry-based projects.  The program includes two weeks of extensive field experiences near Kangerlussuaq and a final week at Summit Station, the U.S. research facility located at the top of the Greenland ice sheet. JASE is a 1-2 week program that takes place in King George Island, Antarctica, scheduled for winter 2018.  Students from the United States join a Chilean high school expedition to Escudero Base on King George Island. The program includes visits to international research stations and field sites in Antarctica as well as the Chilean Antarctic Institute in the Patagonia region of Chile.  JASE participants must be fluent in Spanish. Both programs are open to U.S. citizens or permanent residents in the 11th grade at the time of application. Students may apply for one or both programs using the same application. For more information, please contact Dr. Lauren Culler at or visit


International Earth Science Olympiad: Every year, over 30 countries compete in Science Olympiads. There are twelve different International Olympiads, including ones in Math, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.  Unlike other Olympiads, the IESO places students on international teams and challenges the teams with real Earth science issues facing the host country.  Last year in Japan, one of the international challenges was how to plan ahead to reduce tsunami damage.  It was exciting for the students to work with their international peers on such a project and then present their work to a group of local politicians and global educators. This program opens lifelong international opportunities of the students who attend. Last year US students took gold, silver and bronze medals and awards. Each year for most of the Olympiads, thousands of students in the United States take the qualifying exam.  Because the Earth Science Olympiad is relatively new, last year only 51 students nationwide took the qualifying exam.  This exam is being offered at TSA, proctored by Kimberly Barnhart. There is a fee of $25 for the exam (this will be waived for students with financial need). Students with a good background in science, and a core understanding of Geology can do well on the qualifying exam and earn a place in the summer training institute to prepare for the International Olympiad Team USA.  This years International Olympiad will be held in Nice, France in August. Tom and Beth Tailer, science educators, are running the summer institute at the University of Vermont from June 24th to July 1.  From this institute, eight students will be selected to represent the USA in France. They want to make this opportunity available and are willing to mentor students and send them a syllabus to help them get ready for the placement exam.  The tuition is needs-based so if the qualifying student can not afford the program we can make funds available for both tuition and travel to France. Please visit the web page at and the 2016 Japanese site at
For more information, please contact Kimberly Barnhart at


Scholarship and College Info

Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Commission Scholarship: The governing board of the Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission believes our region’s future is enhanced by both wise and forward-looking stewardship of the land, natural resources, and public institutions, and also through thoughtful investment in the next generation. To this end, the Regional Commission has authorized establishment of an annual TRORC Scholarship Program to encourage and recognize high school students pursuing career and life choices consistent with the vision and values of vibrant and sustainable communities, as articulated in our regularly updated Regional Plan. Up to six (6) $1,000 scholarships will be awarded.

The Regional Commission strongly believes that academic performance should be one of many factors in awarding scholarships and will also consider a student’s record in the following areas:

•       participation in community service-oriented activities;
•       engagement with civic institutions;
•       demonstrated leadership skills;
•       demonstrated innovative thinking and problem solving
•       demonstrated entrepreneurship and resourcefulness; and
•       the need for financial assistance including reasonable assurance that the student will be able to obtain sufficient financing to complete the program.

For more information on eligibility, deadlines, and how to apply, please contact Dee Gish at 802-457- 3188 or visit

The George Coleman Scholarship:  Each year, the New England Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers awards scholarships to three high school graduates who will be enrolling in a NEACRAO member institution for the fall semester of that year. Each high school graduate who is selected is awarded $2,000*.
Applicants should demonstrate the potential  to succeed in a post-secondary academic environment and have a GPA of 3.00 (based on a 4.0 system—or its otherwise equivalent). All TSA applicants should contact Ellen BEFORE the deadline of March 15 so that she can nominate them for the scholarship.  Applications must be submitted by March 15, 2017. Please check the NEACRAO website to confirm if the school you hope to go to is a member institution.For more information, please contact Ari Kaufman at or visit

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship for Juniors at CRREL: The Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) is proud to sponsor the Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) to provide a unique opportunity to area high-school JUNIORS with an aptitude for math and science. Students work on a one-to-one basis with a CRREL scientist or engineer who acts as a mentor. Students learn techniques for dealing with scientific and engineering problems and may have the opportunity to use highly sophisticated equipment. During the summer the students gain valuable on-the-job experience and information to help them make important career choices. Each student presents a poster at an end-of-summer poster session, summarizing his or her project. If interested, students may work part-time during the school year and may be eligible to remain temporarily employed with CRREL throughout their undergraduate degree program. In the past, approximately 90% of our apprentices have remained in the science or engineering fields.  Apprenticeships take place at CRREL, 72 Lyme Road, Hanover, New Hampshire.


– Students must be a high school JUNIOR with an interest in the science and engineering disciplines
– Students must be a US citizen
– Students must be at least 16 years of age
– Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the worksite
– Note: Three applications will be accepted from each school.

Application packages must include: Students are selected on the basis of aptitude, grades, science and math courses taken, teacher and/or guidance counselor recommendation, hobbies and areas of interest, and the interview.

– SEAP application form
– Signed recommendation form from teacher and/or guidance counselor (fillable form attached)
– Copy of current high school transcript
– Only completed applications will be considered and will need to be submitted via e-mail to

Timeline: Deadline to Apply is March 17.

March 17, 2017 – Applications due (incomplete applications WILL NOT be considered)
– April 2017 – Student interviews
– End April 2017 – Final selections
– May 2017 – Selected students prepare and submit paperwork in preparation for participation
– June 2017 – Apprenticeship begins

Please notify Ellen Bagnato if you plan to apply or if you have questions.  For more information, please contact Linda Castro at (603) 646-4531 or visit

Colleges That Change Lives College Information Session, May 20, 2017; 10:00 am.  Colleges That Change Lives (CTCL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the support of a student-centered college search. They will be holding an information session that allows students, parents and counselors a new perspective on college admission and that addresses some of the misconceptions about college admission. It is also an opportunity to help students connect with representatives from CTCL-member colleges. Though programs are held throughout the United States, the closest CTCL program for TSA students will be held on May 20 at 10:00 am in Boston at the Boston Marriott Copley Place.

Some colleges that are expected to attend are:
Agnes Scott College, Allegheny College, Antioch College, Austin College, Beloit College, Birmingham-Southern College, Centre College, Clark University, Cornell College, Denison University, Earlham College, Eckerd College, Emory & Henry College, The Evergreen State College, Goucher College, Guilford College, Hampshire College, Hendrix College, Hillsdale College, Hiram College, Hope College, Juniata College, Kalamazoo College, Knox College, Lawrence University, Lynchburg College, Marlboro College, McDaniel College, Millsaps College, New College of Florida, Ohio Wesleyan University, Reed College, Rhodes College, Southwestern University, St John’s College, St Mary’s College of California, St Olaf College, University of Puget Sound, Ursinus College, Wabash College, Wheaton College (IL), Whitman College, Willamette University, Wooster College  For more information visit: htttp://

Free Money for You! Free Money for TSA! VSAC is holding a FAFSA Challenge for Vermont high schools. Every high school that has 70 percent of its seniors completing a FAFSA will be entered into a drawing for $1,000 for a school-approved senior activity. The FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is the crucial first step to receiving financial aid, including federal Pell grants, VSAC’s Vermont State Grant, financial aid from the school that the student attends and for student loans. Simply put, no FAFSA, no financial aid. The cost of continuing your education is a big investment. Eligible students in Vermont could receive on average $3,546 in federal grants and another $1,800 in the Vermont state grant. That’s free money that doesn’t need to be paid back. Whatever you’re doing right now, stop. Take the 30 minutes to file the FAFSA and the Vermont Grant application to get all the financial aid that you are eligible for. Questions? Visit or contact Ellen Bagnato at



Community Service

Outdoor Education Opportunity at Raven’s Wood School: The last two weeks of February, Raven’s Wood School in Thetford is running a vacation camp at Raven’s Wood, 8-4pm daily. Students who enjoy working with kids ages 5-11 are encouraged to volunteer.  Students can work either one or both weeks. This opportunity is ideal for students interested in wilderness camps, environmental education, or even elementary education. Please remember that the entirety of each day at Ravenswood will be spent outside. For more information, please contact Cindy Perry from Raven’s Wood school,

Changing Perspectives: Community Day, Tuesday March 28th, 8:30am – 11:30am. Working with TSA alum Sam Drazin, students will be running a station where they will be teaching Sharon Elementary students (about 8 students at a time) about a disability for roughly 10 minutes. This is part of a multi-week curriculum implemented with the goals of “help[ing] students understand what it is truly like to live with a disability. Events usually consist of a combination of guest speakers and simulation activities.” (  Students will miss E, F, and D blocks that day.  For more information, please contact Christa Wurm at or visit


Community Events

The Future of Vermont Hunting and Fishing in a Changing Climate: A presentation with VT Fish & Wildlife staff about what Vermont is doing to ensure the best management of our fish and game species with the challenges of increased climate change, and what we may do to help that effort.

WHEN: Monday, Feb. 27th 6:30 – 8:30 pm
WHERE: Vermont Law School Chase Community Center, 164 Chelsea St, South Royalton, VT
COST: FREE to students and teachers, $3 all other adults. Refreshments served.
SPECIAL: VINS presentation with LIVE bird at 6:30

Exploring Race & Heritage in Festival of FREE Staged Readings & Lectures: February 24th – 27th. 
JAG Productions is pleased to announce JAGFest, an annual festival that showcases and celebrates new plays by emerging playwrights of color. The weekend-long festival of play readings and lectures presented at various locations in Woodstock & Pomfret, VT celebrates and explores diverse, new voices in American theater. All lectures are Saturday, February 25 at Norman Williams Public Library in Woodstock, VT. JAGFest will include four staged readings, each featuring a post-show conversation with the playwrights, actors, and directors.  For more information, please contact JAG Productions at or visit


Sharon Rentals:

  • One bedroom apartment in quiet country setting. Includes heat, electricity, trash, lawn care and snow removal. No pets and no smoking.  $900 per month. Available immediately. Call 802-763-7916
  • Large two bedroom apartment in a quiet country setting. Includes heat, electricity, trash, snow removal and lawn care. No pets and no smoking. $1,000 per month. Available immediately. Call 802-763-7916
  • Mobile home available to rent. $800 a month. Located on route 14. First month and security required.  For more information, please contact Robbin Conway at

Math Tutor available for all classes and standardized exams: Marc Formichella is a mathematics PhD who can tutor you or your child for any middle school, high school, or college math course, or for any standardized exam.  He says: “Math is a lifelong passion of mine, and I have extensive experience teaching and tutoring. It is always my goal to have my students gain a solid understanding of the math (understand what is being asked, have the ability to solve, be able to interpret results), and then to move on to solving quicker and more efficiently if that is warranted. Tricks and shortcuts are often valuable for exams, but beginning with even a basic understanding of the material will lift a tremendous weight and stress off of the student.”  He has had experience teaching all ages from 10-adult, as well as all levels of ability. For more information, please contact Marc Formichella, cell: 720-352-5240, email: <>


Sharon home for sale:  Beautifully situated prairie style home on 28 acres with panoramic valley views.  Sunlit, spacious rooms with vaulted ceilings and open floor plan.  Four bedrooms, loft studio, first floor master suite, 3 baths, full basement, two car garage.  Built and well-maintained by owners.  Flexible closing.  Assessed value $475,000.  Call Judy Moore for details:  802-299-8290

Building Lots in Sharon for Sale:
Two surveyed building lots for sale within walking distance of TSA high school. Ideal location off Rte 14 on White Brook Rd, virtually adjacent to TSA high school property on a quiet, dead-end street that is well-maintained by the Town. Parcels link to many miles of beautiful walking, skiing and snowmobiling trails. Lots are 1.5 and 1.6 acres respectively, ready-to-build with all permits on file with the town, including septic designs and state permits.  One lot has the driveway already installed nearly to the homesite, the other has a driveway permit on file with the Town of Sharon. $30,000 each obo. Serious  inquiries only please! For more information, please contact Miriam at and see the attached PDF with a map of the sites:  Map