The students at Smilie Memorial School learned about the importance of Veterans Day during a recent school-wide assembly. Following the assembly, students wrote letters to Veterans in the community. Click HERE to watch a video of their experience. #mmuusd #ourstory #veterans
I am very excited for the 2019-2020 school year! Each school year offers fresh opportunities as well as change. On June 6, 2019, community members from our five towns voted to accept the Huntington Pre-K-4 School District as a member of the Mt. Mansfield Unified Union School District (MMUUSD). We are now a single unified school district with approximately 2,600 Pre-K-12 students. MMUUSD assumed governance, administrative and operational responsibilities for all schools on July 1, 2019. You will notice few changes at the building level, however, school websites, email addresses and other information will reference MMUUSD. The Mt. Mansfield school community warmly and enthusiastically welcomes the Huntington School District as a full and valued partner in the new unified school system. By optimizing collaboration, cooperation and resources, we can best serve our students and families.
MMUUSD schools strive to support all students in becoming lifelong learners and effective, engaged global citizens. This goal is accomplished through diverse educational opportunities, community and parental involvement and co-curricular activities that promote individual student aspirations at a reasonable cost. To achieve these ends, the District is advancing the following initiatives and programs:
- District-wide Equity Work
- Trauma Informed Classroom Training
- Elementary Spanish Immersion Programs
- Outdoor Learning Opportunities
- Embedded Professional Development
- Research-based New Teacher Mentor Training
- District and School-based Communication Enhancements
- Updated District-Wide Student Management System
- District-Wide Professional Development for Paraprofessional Staff
- Central Office is moving to UID/Jericho
I ask and encourage students and parents/guardians who have questions about our education programs or need assistance in any way to please reach out to a teacher, school guidance counselor, principal or me. Good communication elevates understanding and often reduces anxiety. Additionally, we all need a helping hand at times and the District is ready and committed to supporting students and families who need assistance. This is an essential component of our core beliefs and mission.
I look forward to a successful, engaging and fulfilling school year.
John R. Alberghini, Ed.D.
Community and Family Connections were made as students, families and staff came together for the Annual Thanksgiving Lunch Celebration at Richmond Elementary School. Click HERE to see a video of the festivities.
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Preschool students at Richmond Elementary participated in the 4th Annual Preschool Lantern Walk on a beautiful fall day!
Kindergarten students went into the RES kitchen expecting to pick up a treat...the gingerbread people they had made. But something was wrong...