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Superintendent - John Alberghini

Welcome Letter

Dear MMMUSD/CESU School Community,

I want to share my excitement and enthusiasm as we start a new school year. Embarking on a new year is an opportunity to reflect on past experiences, set new goals and begin a fresh path to success. In preparation for the 2016-17 school year, teachers, administrators and education support staff have been working over the summer months on key curriculum and instructional initiatives. Through academic coursework, collaboration and analysis we are creating a culture that will allow our school system to provide students with education programs that match their interests and learning profiles. Our professional development, strategic priorities, investments and supervision and evaluation system are designed to optimize precious resources and support educators in providing students with rich, diverse, meaningful and engaging learning opportunities.

Please visit our new district website and upgraded school-based websites to garner news and updates, view learning in action and receive educational programming information. Additionally, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher or principal if you have questions about a school program or want to give feedback. Your engagement and input is vital as we strive to provide your child with an effective, relevant and rewarding preK-12 education.

As we enter this new school year, I would like to express my gratitude and appreciation to students, parents and guardians, school volunteers, teachers, education support staff, school board directors and community members. Your support, commitment and values are what make our school system special and the impetus for continuous growth and systematic advancement.

Best wishes in the 2016-17 school year,

John R. Alberghini, Superintendent

News

Richmond Elementary School Principal Candidates Update


January 18, 2017

Dear Staff, Parents, Families, Students and Community Members,

The Search Committee completed the first round of interviews for the Richmond Elementary School Principal position. Benjamin White and Dennis Hill have been selected by the committee as final candidates for the position. Both candidates will be visiting Richmond Elementary School for a full day visit. During the school visit, the candidates will meet with parents and community members, spend time in classrooms, participate in an interview with the Superintendent, direct a meeting with RES staff and present to our current Administrators.

We encourage you to meet the finalists, ask them any questions you have and provide your input regarding the candidates. This feedback is a critical part of the decision making process.

The candidates will be available in the library at RES for a parent and community meet and greet during the following dates and times:

Benjamin White: Tuesday, January 24 from 7:00-8:00 a.m. and 4:30-5:30 p.m.

Dennis Hill: Monday, January 30 from 7:00-8:00 a.m. and 4:30-5:30 p.m.

Benjamin White began his career in 2009 as a teacher and since then has moved into administrative roles with experience in both the elementary and middle school levels. His leadership philosophy focuses on the whole student and preparing them for life in the 21st century. He is a firm believer that every student should reap the benefits of a positive learning environment. Benjamin values the importance of the school - community relationship and focuses on strengthening these ties.

Dennis Hill has been working as a school administrator in Vermont for the past 19 years and his experience spans through the elementary, middle and high school levels. His student centered leadership style puts students in the forefront of his decision making and he is committed to creating an atmosphere where learners feel safe and valued. Dennis believes in the power of collaborative leadership and its ability to build a strong school community.

You can review complete resumes by clicking below:

Benjamin White Resume

Dennis Hill Resume

We would like to thank Theresa Layton for her great work this school year and look forward to her continued support in the interim role through June.

We're looking forward to seeing you on January 24th and 30th to meet the candidates and are excited for your input to help us find the right individual to fill this important role at Richmond Elementary School. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you,

John Alberghini and Rebecca Thibault

Superintendent and Director of Human Resources

MMMUSD-CESU


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