The Addison Central School District will offer retention bonuses of up to $1,000 to eligible ACSD workers to thank them for going above and beyond the call of duty during the COVID-19 pandemic, and to encourage them to remain in the district’s employ next year.
If you see something, say something. That’s what we tell our students to do.
With 39 years now spent in education, Fernanda Canales is ready to graduate to a new raison d’etre outside of a school building.
Longtime Addison Central School District educator Bjarki Sears has been named the next principal of the Salisbury Community School.
We want to thank our community for the overwhelming support on election day, and we look forward to serving on the ACSD School Board.
Addison Central School District, what is your vision?
Thanks to our community for supporting our fiscal year 2023 Addison Central School District budget! This budget enables us to continue to support our students in the many ways that ACSD staff do, and to respond to the growing impacts the pandemic has had … (read more)
Wearing masks will become optional in Addison Central School District schools soon.
From an editor’s perspective, the school board elections in Addison Central School District and the decision by the four-member towns of the Mount Abraham Unified School District to approve Lincoln’s exit from the district were the most noteworthy of this … (read more)
An Addison Central School District board election firmly rooted in the debate over the future of small rural schools culminated in wins on Tuesday for two outspoken advocates for keeping all of the ACSD’s elementary schools open.
Mary Cullinane has proven herself to be a capable and thoughtful leader as board chair, and now, more than ever, leadership continuity is important.
Hello, I am Brian Bauer. I am running for the Addison Central School District Board as a representative from Middlebury.
Given the turbulence of the pandemic and array of contentious issues facing local schools, it is a critical time to ensure our school boards are led by dedicated public servants committed to meeting the needs of students in all schools and communities. Am … (read more)
As a parent of two ACSD kids (MUHS and MUMS), the one thing that I look for most from my school board representatives is a willingness to listen to the needs of the community.
How do we move forward from this impasse into a less jaded, more optimistic future? On a national level, I genuinely have no idea; but at a local level, that’s a horse of a different color.