“What is it?” a student asked at an Island Grown Schools taste test this month. “It’s a potato,” said the IGS school coordinator, who was giving out...
In an attempt to establish consistency and accuracy in history classes, the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) education committee and tribal...
The Martha’s Vineyard Mediation Program will conduct basic skill mediation training during the first two weekends of March. The 32-hour course costs...
After the regional high school science fair had ended on Saturday afternoon, two youngsters approached sophomore Eli Hanschka, who had just taken...
The polished hardwood of the regional high school basketball court gleamed beneath the bright gymnasium lights, reflecting the figures of the 10...
In February Islanders’ thoughts often turn to spring when the snowy, gray haze of winter comes to an end. Green grass will sprout, tiny buds will...
Perhaps by next year some brilliant student will invent a machine to blow blizzards away. But for now the high school Science Fair scheduled for last...
The Martha’s Vineyard Youth Leadership Initiative hosted its third annual Job Shadow Day this month, matching about a dozen Vineyard young people...
The all-Island school committee and the teachers unions ratified a tentative agreement for a contract that will boost teacher salaries by as much as...

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