Congratulations on those mentioned in Rutland Herald in the 'Underclassmen who shined' section! https://www.rutlandherald.com/sports/underclassmen-who-shined-during-winter/article_6b4d1fc8-b0e8-5d12-af09-efd0a57f5b99.html
6 months ago, Steven Keith
6 months ago, Steven Keith
OVUU SEEKS SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Interested in becoming more involved in the school system? Consider becoming a school board member. The Otter Valley Unified Union School Board is looking for interested parties to be appointed to the following open seats. Leicester – 1 year remaining of a 3 year term Pittsford – 3 year term At-Large – 1 year remaining of a 3 year term (candidates can be from any of the OVUUSD towns: Brandon; Goshen; Leicester; Pittsford Sudbury; and Whiting) All appointed school board members would be serving through to the next election in March 2023, at which time they would be required to run and be elected to complete the terms. Please use Let’s Talk to submit Letters of Interest to the Board.
6 months ago, RNESU
RNESU Announces New Superintendent The RNESU Board announces the appointment of a new superintendent to replace retiring Supt. Jeanné Collins in July. Dr. Kristin Hubert has accepted the position. Read the full article here: https://www.rnesu.org/article/681786
7 months ago, RNESU
RNESU New Superintendent - Dr. Kristin Hubert
The Superintendent Search Committee has reviewed additional applications and has chosen one to interivew. Dr. Kristin Hubert, RNESU Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, will be interviewed by the search committee on March 8 followed by a community interview that evening. All are invited to join the virtual community forum to interview Dr. Hubert on Tuesday March 8 at 6:30 pm. The link will be on the RNESU.org website on Tuesday.
7 months ago, Jeanne Collins, Superintendent
Information for Parent/Teacher Conferences
7 months ago, Stephanie Hull
Parent /Teacher Conference Info
Parent/Teacher Conference Info
Update on mask mandates from the Agency of Education Feb 28: On Feb. 25, 2022, the CDC updated their COVID-19 guidance on wearing masks indoors as well as on school buses. Vermont is currently evaluating that guidance. Schools should continue to follow the recommendations from the Agency of Education and Vermont Department of Health to guide their decision making. We will have an announcement later this week on next steps in our public health recommendations for schools.
7 months ago, Jeanne Collins, Superintendent