Swedish Fish and Quartet San Francisco; a Strings Supergroup
Landry Harlan
Quartet San Francisco has been visiting Island schools this week to perform and play music with students, in a program sponsored by the Martha's Vineyard Chamber Music Society.
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Vineyard Students Head Back to School Tuesday
Holly Pretsky
More than 2,350 Island children will head back to school Tuesday as Island public schools reopen for the year.
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Island Students Close the Book on School Year
Holly Pretsky
Friday was the last day of classes for most Vineyard students, a time to celebrate the arrival of summer.
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Field Fund Wins Award, Carries on Work at Elementary Schools
Holly Pretsky
The Field Fund has begun work at every elementary school on the Vineyard to improve and maintain nontoxic grass fields. This week the fund was honored with an award at the state house.
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Vineyard Students Head to Washington for March to End Gun Violence
Holly Pretsky
About 100 students, parents and teachers gathered Wednesday evening to prepare for the trip to Washington DC for the March for Our Lives Rally.
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Vineyard Schools Participate in National Walkout a Day Later
Holly Pretsky
The national walkout took place Wednesday, but due to a snow day Island schools adjusted plans.
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Vineyard Montessori Eyes Major Expansion
Holly Pretsky
Vineyard Montessori, long a presence on the Island as a preschool, has expanded in recent years into the lower grades. Now the school is ready to expand again, and next year will offer classes through eighth grade.
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In School Census, Enrollment Sees Slight Dip Islandwide
Heather Hamacek

Student enrollment is slightly down this year in Martha’s Vineyard public schools, according to the annual Oct. 1 school census.

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Fifth Graders Stage Their Own Daytona, Powered by the Sun
Chloe Reichel

Some 200 fifth and sixth graders from around the Island spent Thursday afternoon racing cars behind the Edgartown School. The cars were small, sleek and solar, built by the students themselves.

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If the Sun Refuses to Shine, Batteries Are Included
Alex Floyd
Mother Nature was a spoil sport on Saturday morning, shining no sun on the solar car races at the Boys & Girls Club. The event involves fifth and sixth graders from around the Island, testing their knowledge of gear ratios, UV rays, and, when it's too cloudy, how to quickly add a battery pack.
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