Folsom School 3-4 Faces and Places Website

The students in Dr. Robinson's 3-4 Team, along with their library media specialist, Mrs. Sharon Hayes, have created a website all about South Hero history after interviewing townsfolk. Click here to learn about some buildings in town and the famous families that lived there in the past.

Notice

At the end of 2018 Lake Champlain Access Television [LCATV] started filming our presentations. Their output is 2 to 4 times sharper than the videos I was putting up. That means it takes a little longer to get the video to start. [The reason I reduced the quality level of my videos.] Their production is different than mine and you will notice that immediately.
When you click on a video, it starts to load. It will take about 30 seconds [an eternity when you are waiting] to start playing. The speakers will start to sound and the video will look like it is not running for about 23 seconds. LCATV puts up an identification POSTER for those 23 seconds. Don't be alarmed, it is running if you can hear the sound.

The old WEB guy


Tuesday, June 27, 2017

A Short History of Kibbe Point Friday, June 9th, 2017 at 7PM

SHHS is proud to be able to present to you “A Brief History of Kibbe Point.” Kibbe Point is the second right hand turn after you come off the sandbar into South Hero. How did it get it’s name? What went on there for the past 237 years? Terry Delano, Sandy Gregg, Warren Steadman and Dan McGowen reveal to you the secrets of the family farm, the many camps, the changes in Idyl Hurst over the years and the present labors of love that make up the landscape today. Their presentation also contains research by Dr. Edward Worthen which is revealed in his book entitled, Tales From the Point, which can be borrowed from the South Hero Library.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

May 5, 2017--Eloise Hedbor and Carleton's Prize

SHHS Proudly presents: May 5th, Eloise Hedbor talking about Carleton’s Prize, based on the Young Adult book written by her son, Lars D.H. Hedbor called The Prize. Carleton's Prize is an historic Island found in Crescent Bay near White’s Beach. All those in attendance agreed it was a fun night with lots of audience participation and great discussions! Thank you, Eloise!