As we open our schools to full in-person learning, I want to share some priorities that will guide our decision making and efforts:
Support the Social, Emotional and Physical Health of Students and Staff
Continue the District's Anti-bias and Equity Work
Further Coordinate Literacy Instruction, Resources and Professional Development
Implementation of a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS)
Increase Education Support Team (EST) Consistency and Coordination
Ensure Vertical Alignment of Curriculum and Programming
Graduate Effective, Engaged Global Citizens
I ask and encourage students and parents/guardians who have questions about our education programs or need assistance in anyway to please reach out to a teacher, school guidance counselor, principal or me. Good communication elevates understanding, cooperation, and often reduces stress and anxiety. Additionally, we all need a helping hand at times and the District is ready and wants to assist students and families who need assistance. This is an essential component of our core beliefs and mission.
I look forward to a safe, successful, engaging and fulfilling school year.
John R. Alberghini, Ed.D.
A warm welcome to all of our new hires in the Mount Mansfield Unified Union School District! Click Here to find out more about our new staff members.
COVID-19 requirements have been lifted, however, students under the age of 12 are not eligible to get vaccinated and we have seen a rise in COVID-19 infections in our area and state. Therefore, the Agency of Education (AOE) and Vermont Department of Health (VDH) are strongly recommending that preK-12 schools take steps to optimize the safety of students, staff and communities. The procedures included in this document are intended to align with the guidelines offered by the AOE and VDH.
Please note that information, conditions, recommendations and guidelines can be modified daily, thus, this plan is subject to change.