Superintendent - John Alberghini

Welcome Letter

Dear MMMUSD/CESU School Community,

Each new school year brings with it a sense of renewed optimism, excitement and hope. It is not difficult to understand the origin for these feelings when you travel across the 200 square miles that make up our school system and interact with students, staff members, parents and community members. You recognize how fortunate we are to live in area of the state and country that values kindness, respectful communication, dignity, equality for all and an inclusive educational environment. Building on these assets and supporting students to reach their full potential are primary objectives of our school district. It is our day-to-day interactions, communications and behaviors that will allow us to cultivate an educational environment where all graduates are effective and engaged citizens who are prepared to make positive contributions to local, national and global communities. The little things we do like giving a smile, a nod of understanding or a caring gesture create and sustain a school culture that promotes acceptance, civility and thoughtful communication. We all rise by lifting others.

MMMUSD-CESU has several exciting programs and initiatives planned for the 2017-18 school year. These include outdoor hands-on learning opportunities, 5-12 personal learning plans (PLPs), embedded math and literacy professional development, student internships, community service and civic opportunities, inquiry-based science lessons, expanded summer enrichment options for students and a language immersion program serving 20 kindergarteners at Jericho Elementary School. Faculty and staff are working hard to design rich, student-centered and engaging educational programs. The 2017-18 school year is shaping up to be a year full of fresh ideas, promise and rewarding learning opportunities for students.

I look forward to working with all of you to make 2017-18 a productive, interesting and successful school year.

Sincerely,

John R. Alberghini, Superintendent


News

Test of Emergency Alert System on Monday, September 25th
Dear Parents and Community Members,

The schools of Chittenden East will test their emergency notification system on Monday, September 25th at 6:00PM.

You will likely receive a phone message, possibly a text message, as well as an email.

The system is to let you know of urgent information such as school closures, delays or emergencies.

More details are available on our website.

If you do not wish to be in the system, or do not receive an expected phone call, text message or email on Tuesday evening, please contact us at 802-434-2808 or data@cesuvt.org.

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Tentative Agreement Reached


September 19, 2017

Press Release


The School Board Directors of the Mount Mansfield Modified Union School District and the Huntington School District are pleased to announce that a tentative agreement has been reached for a two year contract with the Green Mountain-NEA. Terms of the 2017-2019 contract include changes to the teacher evaluation process, 3% total new dollars in salary and an average increase of $1,200 for teachers who are at the top step in the salary schedule. In addition, teachers will increase their contributions to healthcare premiums to 19% in 2017-2018 and 20% in 2018-2019 and pay first dollar medical expenses of $400 for a single plan and $800 for two person and family plan.


Member school districts and the Green Mountain-NEA are in the process of ratifying the new two year contract.


This tentative agreement represents a year of collegial, respectful and productive negotiations with the Green Mountain-NEA. The Boards want to thank all of the individuals who participated in these negotiations for their hard work, professionalism and commitment.


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