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Act 46: Unification

Act 46 of 2015 is an opportunity for districts and supervisory unions to unify existing, disparate governance structures to preferred governance structure by 2020.

To learn more and read about the ANWSU Study Committee for Unification, click here.

Congratulations to our Technology Director, Bob Owens
for receiving the Frank Watson Outstanding Technology Educator Award at the VITA-LEARN VT Fest in Killington.

Frank Watson is an educational technology advocate who has been involved in education for over 50 years. Frank served as Executive Director of the Vermont Institute for Science, Math, and Technology (VISMT), Executive Director of VITA-Learn, and directed the University of Vermont College of Education Information Technology Program. Now retired, he continues to advocate for the best in education practice.

The award is presented to a person whose many years of devoted service, vision and leadership have significantly advanced Vermont educational technology at the local, regional and state level.

Congratulations Bob! Well deserved!

Start the school year right with free school breakfast and lunch!

As your child heads back to school this fall, make sure you turn in your school meals application. Many families who think they won’t qualify discover that they do, so it’s worth it to turn in an application even if you’re not sure if you qualify. All students who qualify for school meals will receive breakfast and lunch at no charge. Strong participation in school meals also helps in other ways: the amount of grant money a school receives, and the opportunity to serve meals at no charge to every student during the summer and after-school, is all based on the percentage of students who enroll in our school meal program. By turning in your application, you are helping every child at our school. Strong participation helps your school’s meal program serve high-quality, delicious food and remain financially strong. Finally, when your child qualifies for school meals, he or she also qualifies for reduced college entrance exam and application fees!

It has never been more worth it for families to complete and return the school meal application. Enrolling your child in the school meal program helps your child access nutritious food at school to better concentrate and learn, and saves you time and money. If you need an application, ask your child’s school or visit www.vermontfoodhelp.com, and turn your completed application in to your child’s school today!


2015 Outstanding Teachers of the Year

                                         LYNN KAYHART     KATHY PUDVAR
                                        VUHS Math Teacher            FCS Teacher

Recognition of 30 Years of Service

Deb Angier, ANWSU Preschool