ANWSD: 6th grade will move to middle school in 2023

The Addison Northwest School District has committed to moving its 6th-graders into middle school at Vergennes Union High School starting next fall.

MAUSD board looks to fill three seats

The Mount Abraham Unified School District board is looking to fill three vacant school board seats after accepting a resignation from New Haven’s Patrick Lawrence and determining that two board seats formerly held by Lincoln must be reapportioned followin … (read more)

MUMS hires its first dean of students

As the first-ever dean of climate & culture at MUMS, Esther Charlestin’s responsibilities will include student discipline, being a student case manager, facilitating after-school extracurriculars and supporting students and teachers.

Mount Abe students return to school; work in progress

The first day of school looked a bit different for Mount Abraham Union High School students this year, as pupils started their classes on Wednesday amidst major renovations within the Bristol building.

Mobile health center to set up at Mount Abe

Bristol’s Mountain Health Center, the Body Online Lab at Middlebury College and the Mount Abraham Unified School District are joining forces this fall to launch a school-based health center for students in the 5-Town area.

VSAC offers help on student debt relief

According to the Vermont Student Assistance Corp. President Biden’s plan for debt relief means that Vermont federal student loan borrowers earning less than $125,000 will be eligible for up to $10,000 of undergraduate student loan cancellation.

Letter to the editor: ELP program a true treasure

I was so happy to read the article in the August 25 issue of the Addison Independent on the Expanded Learning Program in the MAUSD. This truly is a treasure of one of the many programs in our area that support our school-age students.

Summer ends on a high note for MAUSD kids

Students will head back to school in the county next week, and a group of youngsters in Mount Abraham Unified School District’s Expanded Learning Program will be able to tell a lot of stories about how they spent the summer.

ACSD will consider new school closure rule

The Addison Central School District board has agreed to revisit the notion of amending its charter in a manner that would give the town of Ripton — and indeed all seven of its member towns — more of a say in future decisions about whether their elementary … (read more)

Career Center hires interim leader

The Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center on Aug. 18 voted unanimously to hire a Pennsylvania man to serve as interim superintendent of the center through the 2022-2023 academic year.

Lincoln expands school board and talks district funding

More than 50 excited Lincoln residents filled Burnham Hall this past Thursday for the Lincoln School District’s first annual meeting, an event typically held as part of Town Meeting Day in March.

VUHS student is awarded a 4-year college scholarship

Claire Hatch of Vergennes received the Elmira College Key Award for academic and community leadership.

ACSD sets 2022 school bus routes for Middlebury-area towns plus Granville & Hancock

Look up the bus routes your child will take to school this fall.

State board: Ripton not ready to run its own school district

State says Ripton not ready to run its own school; town will vote on rejoining ACSD.

Starksboro denied exit from MAUSD

A no vote from the town of New Haven thwarted Starksboro’s hard-fought withdrawal effort.


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