Kurn Hattin Homes for Children Share Holiday Wishes
December 19, 2019
The children and staff at Kurn Hattin Homes wish each of you—our friends, supporters, volunteers, and families safe and happy holidays and new year.
Successful Women Have Grit
December 12, 2019
Sara Stine is Kurn Hattin Homes for Children’s therapeutic riding instructor, which affords her the perfect blend of her teaching experience and extensive background with horses. Sara’s teaching method begins with the children lying on yoga mats in what used to be the milk house of the old Kurn Hattin barn.
Captain Richard Phillips Shares Story of Courage with Kurn Hattin Children
December 5, 2019
Captain Richard Phillips, a Merchant Marine and the subject of an extraordinary international drama when he was captured by Somali pirates who attacked and boarded his ship, in April 2009, visited Kurn Hattin and its students on Tuesday, December 3rd, to talk about his life and career. Captain Phillips shared with the students his path to joining Merchant Marines and his experience as Captain for 25 years. “What I’ve learned is that we’re all stronger than we even know and that the strength is already within us,” he said. “Nothing is completely lost until we choose to give up. Failure is only final when we quit,” he continued. The afternoon presentation ended with a question and answer session. There were many questions from the students, ranging from what dangers he faced on the sea to which continents he’s visited– which was every continent.
Kurn Hattin Lauded as a Vermont PBiS School of Merit
November 25, 2019
Every year the VTPBIS State Team acknowledges PBIS schools for their achievements. PBiS (Positive Behavioral interventions and Support) is a nationally recognized method of addressing behavior, conduct, and problem solving, where students, faculty, and staff work together to promote a positive, predictable, and a safe environment for everyone in all school settings.