Free breakfast and lunch! Please show up and eat! No registration required. Program is sponsored and provided by CCSU Child Nutrition Services. Read More
Welcome to Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School!
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On March 3rd, ADL hosted guest speaker Sam Drazin as part of our Year of Wonder! Precepts, or rules to live by, play a large part in the book Wonder. Part of Sam's presentation was to have our students create a precept of their own. Read More
Free after-school tutoring at Brownell Library starting January 15th! Read More
The Robotics Camp designed for students entering grades 7-9 will be hosting a camp during the week of June 22. Register by: April 30th, 2015. Space is limited. Read More
Kathleen Legg has been selected to participate in the 2015 MIT Science and Engineering Program for Teachers (SEPT) this summer. Following a 26-year tradition of gathering exceptional teachers at the MIT campus, Kathleen has been invited to attend the week-long program starting on June 21. Read More
One Vermont school is taking the study of “Wonder” to another level this school year: Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School in Essex Junction. Every student there read the novel, discussed it with their classmates, and was assessed on it. Read More
Kids from ADL Farm to School Cooking Club found out that Brussels sprouts actually taste quite good. They decided to highlight Brussels sprouts for their first school-wide taste test and it was a hit. Read More
The Yearbook Club at ADL started on Sept. 8. The club of over 20 students is hard at work making another fun, colorful yearbook for the students. You can already purchase a yearbook for $20 online on the ADL website or pick up an order form at the front office. Read More
Dance Rules and Permission Form. Read More
Reduced admission to the ECHO Center. Read More
Check out ADL's Social Contract Read More
ADL Moves to Standards Based Learning and Reporting in 2014-2015 Read More