Superintendent

Welcome Letter

John Alberghini

Dear MMUUSD School Community, 

 

I hope you have all had a safe and pleasant summer.  In general, the weather has been very good.  It has been uplifting to see children and adults accessing and enjoying many of the recreation opportunities Vermont has to offer.  Additionally, as I’ve visited our schools and spoken with staff, students and community members this summer, I noticed a true sense of optimism and enthusiasm for the 2022-23 school year.  

 

We are excited to start the new school year!  Our maintenance personnel have been working hard throughout the summer to make sure our schools are safe, healthy and ready for students and staff members.  I want to thank these professionals for their effort and commitment to our facilities, students, staff and greater community.  MMUUSD’s buildings and grounds look great, staff have set up classrooms and food and administrative services are organized.  We are prepared to welcome students and families.  

 

 

As we begin the new school year, I want to share some key multi-year priorities that will guide and inform programming, learning and instruction in the District.  As follows: 

  • Support and promote social and emotional health of students and staff. 
  • Continue our anti-bias, anti-racism, equity and inclusion work so our schools are welcoming, accessible and rewarding for all students.  
  • Provide rich, engaging, comprehensive and effective early literacy and mathematics programming and instruction to all students.  
  • Implementation of a diverse collection of instructional strategies, assessments and supports to meet the individual social, emotional and academic needs of students as we work to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic (e.g., Framework/Tools we are utilizing include: Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), Universal Design for Learning (UDL), Professional Learning Communities (PLC) and Formative Assessment).  
  • Ensure alignment and continuity of K-12 curriculum so students have equitable educational experiences as they progress in our school system. 
     

I want to thank our school community for their support in preparing for the new school year.  I hope you enjoy the last stretch of summer.  We look forward to a successful, safe and healthy school year. 


Best regards, 

John Alberghini, Superintendent 



News

Community Communication 12/29/2021
12/29/2021
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our communities as Vermont students return to school, the State is encouraging families to have each school-age child in their household take two COVID-19 rapid tests. As part of the efforts to ensure access to test kits for school-aged students, the State will be providing free kits to families of school-aged children so they can know their child is returning to school healthy and ready to start the new year. The tests are not a requirement for students to return to school.
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