PA Family Communication – April 13, 2021

Introduction It is hard to believe that spring is in full swing and we are almost halfway through April.  Students have recently spent class time outside enjoying the sun and taking advantage of outdoor classroom spaces. Next week is Spring Break. We hope that our students and families get to enjoy some time together embracing all that our community has to offer such as the …

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Changes to School Health and Safety Practices

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend We are delighted to inform you of several changes to school health and safety practices and to school operations as a result of changes in guidance for schools and our local context. For all families: Daily health screenings are to be completed at home.  Greeters will still welcome your students as they get on the bus and upon …

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SHS Principal Finalists Announced

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend The SHS Principal Search Committee is assisting me with introducing you to the two finalists for the position of Stowe High School’s next Principal – David Greenfield and John Muldoon.  While we would have preferred to introduce them to you in person, circumstances just don’t allow for that right now. Please watch this virtual introduction of each candidate …

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SMS Family Update – April 12, 2021

Greetings Stowe Middle School Families, Since the weather has been cooperative and beautiful lately, we have started to pilot outdoor recess activities! One sixth grade class had the opportunity to play kickball! Additionally, our educators are taking advantage of the warm weather by going outside to create their classroom space. For example, I was able to join our 7th grade science for a lab …

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SES Greenletter – April 12, 2021

Dear All, As most of you have not stepped foot into SES in quite some time, I wanted you to know this billboard would greet you: WHEN YOU ENTER THIS SCHOOL… You are Loved, Explorers, Amazing, Unique, Talented, Special, Respected, Creative, Valued, Important… and, in addition to your intrepid children, I might add,  the most resilient, thoughtful and generous parents in the BEST school …

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Elmore Family Update – April 9, 2021

Wow!  What a fantastic early April week we had.  Warm temperatures brought an end to the ice on the lake, the birds were singing songs of joy, and the children were excited to spend more time outdoors again.  This week brought the return to lunch outdoors and full recess together.  We were also able to squeeze in a couple of extra recesses!   This week …

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COVID-19 Update – Morristown Elementary School

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend We learned this weekend about positive cases of COVID-19 in our MES learning community.  While this is the first direct experience with positive cases at MES, this is not new for the LSUU team and we have strong partnerships with the Vermont Department of Health. We have been able to stop this illness in its tracks on several …

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PAML Family Communication – April 9, 2021

Dear PAML Families, I am happy to report that today we have received some long awaited updated guidance from the Agency of Education.  The guidance addressed physical distancing and other smaller changes that are important to our operations.  Our district teams will be digesting this information immediately and we will report on any changes to our operations as we know them. This week I’ve …

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COVID-19 Guidelines Update – April 9, 2021

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend In recognition of changes to Vermont’s guidelines for travel, and to ensure all feel safe and we can preserve or expand in-person learning, we are asking for your cooperation.  We ask that: Members of the school community who are not fully vaccinated refrain from non-essential travel.  Vermont guidelines still limit non-essential travel.  Upon return from travel outside of …

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