We serve more than 1,000 learners from a 40 square mile area of five communities in Addison County, Vermont, including Addison, Panton, Ferrisburgh, Waltham and Vergennes.
Each of our four schools (Addison Central, Ferrisburgh Central, Vergennes Union Elementary and High Schools) has received recognition and awards, and has a strong and stimulating academic program and a deeply caring culture.
Please look us over, and call us if you have questions, comments, or concerns. Thank you.
2013-14 CALENDAR CHANGES
At its regular meeting on March 26, the ANWSU Board approved the following calendar proposals:
Given the number of snow days we have had this year (5), the last day of school would fall on June 17.
1. May 9th, currently scheduled as an In-Service
Day for staff, will be used as a regular school
2. June 10-11-12-13 will be regular school days.
June 13 will be the last student day, being a
3. June 16 and 17 will be used as professional
development days for staff.
Vergennes Union High School
Matt DeBlois is patient, kind, humorous and keenly intelligent. He demonstrates the perfect combination of humor and sensitivity and always goes the extra mile for his students, not just in French, but in Morning Meeting, or Call-Back. His humor is contagious and always cheers you up when you’re down.
Matt challenges his students academically; he supports them and never gives up on them.
Matt is always there to give thoughtful, intelligent, and honest advice to colleagues. He cares deeply about his students and VUHS as an institution. He has displayed outstanding leadership as a teacher and has put the student front-and-center of everything we do as a school.
Vergennes Union Elementary School
Jennifer Kingsley has received the nomination for the UVM Outstanding Teacher of the Year for Vergennes Union Elementary School. She is a valuable member of our school community and one who always demonstrates a positive attitude and willingness to assist others. She willingly shares her expertise about ways to incorporate technology into her instruction.
Mrs. Kingsley’s nomination comes as results of her willingness to strive to always improve her classroom management system, her daily instruction, and her monitoring of student progress, as well as to embrace new professional learning. Her spirit of colleagueship and genuine efforts to make VUES a wonderful environment are appreciated by all.