Saturday, March 11, 2017

School director takes aim at school property use in student music video

A 10-minute lip-synced video created by Green Mountain Union High in Chester caused a stir during Thursday night’s GMUHS Board of Directors meeting when one director criticized student use of school property and drew a line from it to the NECAP test scores from the junior class.

Video: Chester's entire high school community getting their boogy on.    


  1. George T McNaughton3/12/17, 1:13 PM

    Cute video, and good for school spirit. Director is the problem and should be voted out of office.

  2. Springfield take note, they are learning their ABC's.

  3. Great morale booster, and such fun. Good job!

  4. I loved this video, thought it showed great school spirit. Did not see any disrespect.

  5. The kids do something creative and fun that brings the whole school together and this guy complains about misuse of the school building? Give me a break. Hopefully someone runs against this guy when his chair term is up. Awesome video kids!


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