The nine schools serve the towns of Bolton, Huntington, Jericho, Richmond and Underhill, which are nestled in the beautifully wooded western foothills of the Green Mountains of Vermont. Our six elementary schools, two middle schools and the high school provide an outstanding education to all our 2600 students.Chittenden East Supervisory Union #12 is comprised of two school districts, namely:
1. Huntington Town School District which operates Brewster-Pierce Memorial School (PreK-4).
2. Mount Mansfield Modified Union School District operates Smilie Memorial School (PreK-4), Jericho Elementary (K-4), Richmond Elementary (PreK-4), Underhill ID Elementary (K-4), Underhill Central School (PreK-4), Browns River Middle School (Grades 5-8), Camels Hump Middle School (Grades 5-8) and Mt. Mansfield Union High School (Grades 9-12).
Each member of the MMMUSD School Board also serves as a member of the Supervisory Union Board. The Huntington School District appoints one representative who serves as a member of the Supervisory Union Board. The MMMUSD and Supervisory Union conducts joint meetings with a single agenda. Weighted voting is used for all supervisory union matters. The Huntington School District representative may not vote on Modified Union School District matters.
All students of the MMMUSD shall graduate with the necessary knowledge, skills, work ethic and confidence to fulfill their personal aspirations and contribute meaningfully to their communities as adults.
We expect that all students and their families as well as staff in our schools will practice tolerance and mutual respect in their interactions. We believe that ethnic, gender, economic and personal diversity all make a stronger learning community. Our schools will be safe, nurturing environments where students should feel connected to each other as well as to adults within the school. We expect all students to look out for the welfare of others to ensure that this climate of security and respect is maintained for all.
We believe that all students should have access to a relevant common curriculum that challenges learners to reach their fullest potential, and which includes diverse content in the language arts, math, science, history, fine arts and music. Students will pursue excellence in all their endeavors and develop a passion for lifelong learning. We expect our educational leadership and faculty to show agility, flexibility, adaptability and forward thinking to evolve this curriculum to reflect changing local and global needs.