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KidsVT highlights JC Wayne and the Superhero 6

2020-07-22T16:06:04-04:00

"Last summer, poet and educator JC Wayne began working with a small group of elementary school kids at King Street Center in Burlington. Wayne, the creator of the Poartry Project, and the group of students went for nature walks along Lake Champlain — with journals and art supplies in tow — engaging their observational and listening skills, and creating

KidsVT highlights JC Wayne and the Superhero 62020-07-22T16:06:04-04:00

A letter from Vicky Smith in response to racial injustice

2020-06-05T15:29:09-04:00

Dear King Street Center friends,   We condemn the recent murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and mourn the many precious lives lost over the years at the hands of an unjust and racist system. At King Street Center, we've been examining our own practices, programs, environment, and integrating this learning into our ongoing strategic plan. While we are

A letter from Vicky Smith in response to racial injustice2020-06-05T15:29:09-04:00

Racial Injustice: Resources

2020-06-03T16:45:10-04:00

Recent events have sparked parents, volunteers, and staff to grasp for expert advice on how to think, learn, and talk about racial discrimination, bias, community conflict and violence. The resources are truly endless. But, here are few selected by King Street Center staff that we hope may be of help: 27 Books to Help You Talk to Your Kids

Racial Injustice: Resources2020-06-03T16:45:10-04:00

A message to King Street Center staff from Board Chair, Anna Grady

2020-05-28T15:29:29-04:00

May 28, 2020 Hello to King Street’s Dynamo Staff: Who would have ever imagined that, this week, you would be racking your brains on what kind of face masks to use, how to have fun with “social distancing”, how to sanitize legos, and how to safely and effectively welcome families back after an unexpected and rather scary 3 months

A message to King Street Center staff from Board Chair, Anna Grady2020-05-28T15:29:29-04:00

Covid Connection: Mentors Keep in Touch

2020-04-30T14:13:10-04:00

From the desk of Gabriella Tufo Strouse, Community Outreach Director Experts tells us that maintaining "connection" is one of the most important factors for kids during this pandemic in order to maintain some semblance of social emotional health. This is true for adults as well as youth. I am fortunate to enjoy professional and personal friendships with mentoring coordinators

Covid Connection: Mentors Keep in Touch2020-04-30T14:13:10-04:00

King Street Center Coloring Page

2020-04-23T09:18:27-04:00

Artist and former King Street staffer, Alanna Gaylord, is sharing her talents while the coronavirus keeps her from the art studio. Download and enjoy her lovingly created King Street Center Coloring Page! Color your own, share, and tag us on facebook or instagram!  

King Street Center Coloring Page2020-04-23T09:18:27-04:00

Staying connected: here’s how

2020-04-09T14:17:03-04:00

THE KING STREET EDMODO SITE www.edmodo.com Grades 4-5 vk6mg2 Grades 2-3 cyjkxc Grades K-1 e9mym8 Teen rk8at2   FREE INTERNET Internet Access - Both Burlington Telecom and Comcast are offering free services for families in Burlington.  Comcast: https://www.internetessentials.com/  Burlington Telecom: https://www.burlingtontelecom.com/rates/ (click rates and select “discount”) rr call (802) 540-0007  

Staying connected: here’s how2020-04-09T14:17:03-04:00

Where to access meals during school & King Street Center closure

2020-03-17T13:16:09-04:00

Many of us are concerned about missing school & King Street Center meals for the next few weeks. Good news! At the locations below, there will be food service Monday - Friday. There will be one breakfast and one lunch each day Monday - Thursday for each eligible participant who drops in for meal pick up. On Fridays, there

Where to access meals during school & King Street Center closure2020-03-17T13:16:09-04:00

VT Biz features: Community Bank NA 2019 donations total more than $2.6 million

2020-02-12T14:30:17-05:00

Tue, 02/11/2020 - 2:10am -- Related Company: Community Bank NA Vermont Business Magazine Throughout its more than 150-year history, Community Bank N.A has remained committed to giving back to the communities it serves. In 2019, the bank’s annual charitable giving reached more than $2.6 million in sponsorships, donations and grants, with its branches across New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Massachusetts donating to

VT Biz features: Community Bank NA 2019 donations total more than $2.6 million2020-02-12T14:30:17-05:00

Remembering Bobby Miller

2020-02-06T15:46:41-05:00

On Tuesday, I lost a friend and our community lost a champion. Bobby Miller sits on my shoulder every day. When making decisions, big or small, I ask myself, "What would Bobby do?" As numerous tributes and news articles this week mention, Bobby and Holly were important benefactors of King Street Center. While Bobby enjoyed making a

Remembering Bobby Miller2020-02-06T15:46:41-05:00
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