The Vermont Foreign Language Association envisions a Vermont of multilingual global citizens who collaborate and connect to the world as a result of meaningful world language experiences.

Vermont foreign 

language association

Poster contest

The VFLA poster contest has been extended to Friday, December 14. Please make sure your entries are postmarked by this date.  As a reminder, the theme is The limits of my language are the limits of my world (by Ludwig Wittgenstein).  

Please read and follow these guidelines to ensure the eligibility of your students’ submissions.  All participants must be students of a current VFLA member.  Need to become a member?  Join here

Address any questions to:

Simone Skerritt: or

Deb Laskarzewski

Save the date:

VFLA Annual Conference

"Communication and Communities"

Keynote Speaker:  Justin Slocum Bailey

Breakout session presenters include Justin Slocum Bailey and VFLA members 

Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 8 am - 3 pm

Quechee Club, Quechee, VT

Click here to join the VFLA!

Our membership runs from 1 January - 31 December

Interested in becoming more involved with the VFLA but not sure where to start? Please fill out this form and we will find something that works for you!

Congratulations to Keri Bristow and Elaine Leibly, VFLA board members and recipients of one of this year's NECTFL Mead Fellowships! They are working to bring the Seal of Biliteracy to Vermont.

The VFLA Board of Directors

Without volunteers, VFLA would cease to exist.

Have you ever  wanted to help advocate for World Languages on a state-wide level?  How about becoming a member of the Vermont Foreign Language Association Board of Directors?

Becoming a Board member is a unique opportunity to support and strengthen your profession in Vermont and beyond. We know you have lots of ideas to offer and we would love to help you find your niche in our organization.  In addition to having an influence on the future of world languages in VT and helping to guide the VFLA in serving the professional needs of its members, benefits of being on the VFLA Board include free membership, free conference, and you can apply to your LSB for PD hours based.

In order to be included on the ballot, please complete the linked form by March 4, 2019.

Join the Vermont Foreign Language Association, Vermont’s professional organization for language teachers. Members benefit from VFLA programs including student contests, student Certificates of Merit, grants and scholarships, reduced registration for the annual VFLA conference, the VFLA Distinguished Teacher award, newsletters, and more. In additions, members become a part of a networking community of language teachers throughout the state.

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