The town of Sunderland Vermont will vote next week on whether or not they will close the town’s Elementary School, again. See the Rutland Herald article. I don’t think the town will shut the school down, but if they do, I think the kids will lose more than any one else. Also, without the school, this small town of 800 would only have road department left . . . oh, and a school board without a school.
I have some strong opinions about this, but it’s not worth getting into all of that here.