PAML Family Update – December 23, 2020

Dear PAML Families, Getting to this point in the school year often feels like half-time.  The holiday break actually has very little connection to any actual half-way mark in the year but it feels like it nonetheless.  It’s a good time to reassess and re-focus upon our return.  As I look back on the fall season I am confident that we did the work …

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PA Family Communication – December 23, 2020

This week we would like to share a brief video from Principal Phil Grant touching on some highlights before break.  The start of this break also brings us great pride in the fact that we have successfully completed the first stretch of school without having to shift into a fully remote schedule.   We are so appreciative of our students, community and staff for putting …

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Important LSUU Updates – December 22, 2020

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend Winter AthleticsWe were excited to learn today that winter sports teams are clear to begin practices with procedures in place to ensure masks and physical distancing at all times.  Practices for LSUU’s teams, including both school-sponsored and informal, student-led practices, can begin as early as January 4, provided schools are open for in-person instruction.  Please support one another …

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SMS Family Communication – December 21, 2020

Greetings Stowe Middle School Families, I would like to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season. Please take a moment to reflect with your students about all they have accomplished and the perseverance they used in a challenging 2020. In our learning environments this week we are maintaining routine and providing several activities that allow for our students social emotional needs to be …

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SES Greenletter – December 21, 2020

Dear All ~ In his 1926 classic, “Winnie the Pooh,” A. A. Milne wrote, “Piglet noticed that even though he had a very small heart, it could hold a rather large amount of gratitude.” Our little pink friend was grateful for the abundance he had in his life; great friends, a warm place to sleep, and a few tasty “haycorns” to eat. As we …

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MES Family Communication – December 21, 2020

Dear Families and Community Partners, This is 4th grade artwork of the Northern Lights.  Everyone at MES hopes you have a wonderful holiday in this season of lights and love and hope.  And here’s wishing all of you a much better 2021!! So far, the Morristown schools have been very fortunate in containing any spread of the virus within our schools – and we …

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Elmore Family Update – December 18, 2020

Dear Elmore families, The Elmore students were busy crafting and constructing this week as they worked on their Secret Pal projects.  As students worked on projects they: set goals, persevered, collaborated to help each other, shared their ideas, exhibited a positive growth mindset, and demonstrated tremendous creativity! Our final step in completing our projects will be reflection.  So, while we took time away from our regular schedule, students are still growing …

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PAML Family Communication – December 18, 2020

Dear PAML Families, Earlier this week I spent some time looking at the Covid-19 modelling data for Vermont.  One of the conclusions that I was able to make is that Vermont did not experience the expected surge in cases following the Thanksgiving holiday.  Vermonters as a whole and particularly our school community did an excellent job following the Governor’s guidance.  The result was little …

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LSUU E-Newsletter December 17, 2020

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend It has been wonderful having all of our schools back open for in-person instruction this week. While our remote learning systems are functioning well, it is hard to compete with face-to-face learning. In order to be able to keep our doors open and our children learning in-person, it is of the utmost importance that everyone continues to abide …

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