LSUU In-Person Instruction Update – October 2, 2020

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend As you are aware, the Secretary of Education recently announced that Vermont schools could transition to Step 3 operations in accordance with the Strong and Healthy Start memorandum for reopening schools in the COVID-19 pandemic.  Assuming we continue to meet our internal COVID-19 benchmarks, have low to no active cases in our school community, and active cases stay …

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LSUU Family Survey and School Updates

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend Dear Parents and Families,  The LSUU Board and Administration seek to better understand what families and students need now that the 2020-2021 school year is in session. We want your feedback to establish more two-way channels for communication.  Please complete the survey, LSUU Family Back to School Survey – Fall, 2020, by Friday, October 9. We are finalizing …

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Governor Scott’s Press Conference Today

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend Step 3Today, the Governor and Secretary of Education announced that Vermont’s schools can move to “Step 3” effective Saturday, September 26. We reopened schools on September 8 under the more restrictive Step 2 guidelines.  With the approval of Vermont’s Secretary of Education for schools to move to Step 3, we will now review our local data and assess …

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Lunch Available Monday-Friday

REMINDER:  Free lunch is available to anyone 18 and under Monday-Friday, even on remote learning days. Please note the new pick-up times beginning September 21: 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.   Entrance to Peoples Academy gym 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.   Entrance to Stowe High School

LSUU E-Newsletter September 17, 2020

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend As we hear news from around the State that a handful of Vermont schools have identified positive COVID-19 cases, I want to again thank everyone for continuing to follow health and safety protocols and helping to ensure that we can continue to keep our school doors open. Students and staff are adjusting well to the new school environment …

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Health and Safety Procedures Update

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend It was such a joy to see students back in school and students were equally happy to be back with their teachers and friends. One middle school student may have said it best when they commented, “I’ll never complain about having to go to school again!” Our first week allowed us to test our plans, and I am …

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LSUU Bus Routes Available

Updates From Lamoille South Unified Union Breakfast & Lunch UpdateThis year breakfasts and lunches are currently free for all students 18 and younger! Breakfasts will be grab-and-go and available as students arrive each morning. Breakfasts and lunch will be eaten in classrooms as we begin the school year. Students are also welcome to bring their lunch as well. For students who are bringing their …

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LSUU E-Newsletter September 3, 2020

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend All of us at LSUU have been working tirelessly over the last several months to prepare for this upcoming school year. After all of the work and planning, I am pleased to say we are ready and so looking forward to welcoming the students back to the classroom.  This year breakfasts and lunches are free for all students …

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Welcome to PreK!

We hope everyone is enjoying the last few weeks of summer! We have been working at school to get ready for the new year. We are so excited to welcome the kids back to school!  There are several changes this year in preschool.  Jennie and Betsy will be co-teaching both classes.  We can still use both classrooms so we can spread out but we …

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LSUU E-Newsletter August 27, 2020

A Message From Superintendent Tracy Wrend As we prepare to reopen our schools, the health and safety of our students, employees and entire community remains our first priority.  We trust that all of you are continuing with recommended health and safety practices to help ensure that we can have a successful return to school. There are steps we can all take to help prevent the spread …

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