Events

Events and Virtual Field Trips

COVID-19 Update: All of VTVLC’s in person events are currently on hold.

VTVLC Summer Send-Off

1 PM – 3 PM on Friday, June 3rd

As our school year winds to a close, we feel like celebrating all your hard work in person! Join VTVLC staff at Elmore State Park for snacks, swag, and fun from 1:00 – 3:00 on Friday, June 3rd.

RSVP Here

Virtual Assembly: Jared Campbell Performs an Encore Performance

Wednesday, May 18th 

VTVLC K-8 students are invited to see Jared Campbell perform. Jared Campbell is an award winning singer/songwriter from upstate New York and has been traveling the country performing for thousands of people and hundreds of schools over the past decade. His main focus is allowing his music to impact the lives of his listeners by experiencing joy, finding comfort through pain, and looking past obstacles towards living a better life. His songs are said to be uplifting, thought provoking and emotionally heartfelt. This will be Campbell’s second performance for VTVLC!

Register Here

Book Diversity Project: Special lesson for K-5 Classes

The Vermont Student Anti-Racism Network is a statewide group of students working to promote anti-racism in VT schools. Their current project is the elementary school book project, where they are donating anti-racist picture books to elementary schools and designing lesson plans to present in classrooms. The book choices include: All because You Matter by Tami Charles, The Youngest Marcher by Cynthia Levinson, Something Happened in our Town by Ann Hazzard and Let’s Talk About Race by Julius Lester. They have designed lesson plans around the four books and are Zooming into classrooms to teach lessons with K-5 graders. 

Wednesday, May 11th

Learn more about VSARN

Special Performance: Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society

Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society invites Homeschoolers and Virtual Learners to a special performance of their concert, Spring into Strings. 

Spring into Strings will feature the award-winning Aeolus Quartet. 

April 8, at 11:00 am

Register Here

Student Voices Talent Show

The K-6 Student Voices group would like to invite you to a student-wide talent show. Acts include art pieces, music, dancing, magic tricks, jokes, and more from our K-12 students!

Register Here

 Annual Student Holocaust Education Competition

This school year the Vermont Holocaust Memorial (VTHM) asks students to reflect on the following using poetry, prose, art, or film to answer: How does the story of one Holocaust survivor inspire you or give you hope in the face of today’s challenges?

For 9- to 18-year-olds

Contest Deadline Now May 2, 2022

Cash prizes!

Learn more

Contest: Green Up Day Video and Jingle Contests

For Grades K-12

Deadlines from February 1st to May 7th

Win cash and other prizes!

Learn more

Earth Day Essay Contest

Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan once again wants to hear from young Vermonters about the environment. For the second year in a row, the Attorney General’s Office is holding an Earth Day Essay Challenge and asking 5th and 6th graders all around Vermont to submit essays on the environment.

Learn more here

VTVLC Open House: Full-Time Options Q&A and Webinar

Meet the VTVLC Team, explore the curriculum, and learn how to access full-time options at VTVLC for spring.

Register here

Special Performance: Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society

Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society invites Homeschoolers and Virtual Learners to join us for a Livestream Rehearsal on Friday, January 14, 2022 at 10 AM.

Join us for an inside peek at world-class musicians preparing for their concert Music Beyond Borders on Jan 16 at Spruce Peak Arts.

Music Beyond Borders will feature Yannick Rafalimanana, piano; Robyn Bollinger, violin; and Caitlin Lynch, viola; with Artistic Director Jia Kim, cello.

Featuring music from the repertoire below:

Amy Beach – Romance
Caroline Shaw – Thousandth Orange
Astor Piazzolla – La Calle 92
Robert Schumann – Piano Quartet in E-flat Major

Register here

Virtual Field Trip: Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences

Students will meet Miss Eleanor and Miss Mandy of the Vermont Institute of Natural Science, whose mission is to motivate individuals and communities to care for the environment through education, research, and avian wildlife rehabilitation. Students will learn about owls, predatory birds, and more!

Grades K-3: 9 am
Grades 4-6: 10 am

Join the field trip here!

Contest: Senator Sanders State of the Union Essay Contest

For Grades 9-12

Deadline: January 11th

Finalist essays entered into the Congressional Record!

Learn more

Contest: Growing Works of Art Arbor Day Contest

For Grades 1-8

Deadline: March 11th

Win a VT State Parks pass!

Learn more

Event: VTrans Unveils the Vinnie Plow!

Wednesday, November 17th, 9 am

Come see VTrans unveil the snowplow that will carry Vinnie’s visage for the incoming snow season! Join us in person at Oxbow Park in Morrisville, VT or register for the live stream below. 

Virtual Assembly: Jared Campbell Performs

Friday, November 5th, 10 am

VTVLC students are invited to see Jared Campbell perform. Jared Campbell is an award winning singer/songwriter from upstate New York and has been traveling the country performing for thousands of people and hundreds of schools over the past decade. His main focus is allowing his music to impact the lives of his listeners by experiencing joy, finding comfort through pain, and looking past obstacles towards living a better life. His songs are said to be uplifting, thought provoking and emotionally heartfelt.

Watch Recording Here

Special Performance: Spooktacular Soiree Rehearsal

October 28th, 10 am

VTVLC students are invited to get in the Halloween Spirit by watching the Chamber Music Society’s rehearsal for their Spooktacular Soiree at the Spruce Peak Arts Center. Register to stream the performance via Zoom below!

Virtual Field Trip: Wolf Conservation Center

October 5th, 10 am

VTVLC K-6 students are invited to meet the ambassador wolves at the Wolf Conservation Center and learn about the exciting role that wolves play in their ecosystems!

Check out WCC here!

VTVLC Open Houses

September 22nd, 28th, and 29th, 6 p.m.

Explore VTVLC programs. Ask questions, learn about the curriculum, and meet our team!

Watch recordings here

Contest: Green Up Day Video and Jingle Contests

For Grades K-12

Deadlines from February 1st to May 7th

Win cash and other prizes!

Learn more

Earth Day Essay Contest

Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan once again wants to hear from young Vermonters about the environment. For the second year in a row, the Attorney General’s Office is holding an Earth Day Essay Challenge and asking 5th and 6th graders all around Vermont to submit essays on the environment.

Learn more here

VTVLC Open House: Full-Time Options Q&A and Webinar

Meet the VTVLC Team, explore the curriculum, and learn how to access full-time options at VTVLC for spring.

Register here

Special Performance: Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society

Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society invites Homeschoolers and Virtual Learners to join us for a Livestream Rehearsal on Friday, January 14, 2022 at 10 AM.

Join us for an inside peek at world-class musicians preparing for their concert Music Beyond Borders on Jan 16 at Spruce Peak Arts.

Music Beyond Borders will feature Yannick Rafalimanana, piano; Robyn Bollinger, violin; and Caitlin Lynch, viola; with Artistic Director Jia Kim, cello.

Featuring music from the repertoire below:

Amy Beach – Romance
Caroline Shaw – Thousandth Orange
Astor Piazzolla – La Calle 92
Robert Schumann – Piano Quartet in E-flat Major

Register here

Virtual Field Trip: Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences

Students will meet Miss Eleanor and Miss Mandy of the Vermont Institute of Natural Science, whose mission is to motivate individuals and communities to care for the environment through education, research, and avian wildlife rehabilitation. Students will learn about owls, predatory birds, and more!

Grades K-3: 9 am
Grades 4-6: 10 am

Join the field trip here!

Contest: Senator Sanders State of the Union Essay Contest

For Grades 9-12

Deadline: January 11th

Finalist essays entered into the Congressional Record!

Learn more

Contest: Growing Works of Art Arbor Day Contest

For Grades 1-8

Deadline: March 11th

Win a VT State Parks pass!

Learn more

Event: VTrans Unveils the Vinnie Plow!

Wednesday, November 17th, 9 am

Come see VTrans unveil the snowplow that will carry Vinnie’s visage for the incoming snow season! Join us in person at Oxbow Park in Morrisville, VT or register for the live stream below. 

Virtual Assembly: Jared Campbell Performs

Friday, November 5th, 10 am

VTVLC students are invited to see Jared Campbell perform. Jared Campbell is an award winning singer/songwriter from upstate New York and has been traveling the country performing for thousands of people and hundreds of schools over the past decade. His main focus is allowing his music to impact the lives of his listeners by experiencing joy, finding comfort through pain, and looking past obstacles towards living a better life. His songs are said to be uplifting, thought provoking and emotionally heartfelt.

Watch Recording Here

Special Performance: Spooktacular Soiree Rehearsal

October 28th, 10 am

VTVLC students are invited to get in the Halloween Spirit by watching the Chamber Music Society’s rehearsal for their Spooktacular Soiree at the Spruce Peak Arts Center. Register to stream the performance via Zoom below!

Virtual Field Trip: Wolf Conservation Center

October 5th, 10 am

VTVLC K-6 students are invited to meet the ambassador wolves at the Wolf Conservation Center and learn about the exciting role that wolves play in their ecosystems!

Check out WCC here!

VTVLC Open Houses

September 22nd, 28th, and 29th, 6 p.m.

Explore VTVLC programs. Ask questions, learn about the curriculum, and meet our team!

Watch recordings here

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