Please note- All Information is Subject to Change Based on AOE Guidance and Rapidly Changing Public Health Information

COVID-19 Updates

Link: May 22: Superintendent Update: CDC Guidelines & VT's Response

Link: May 19: Superintendent Update: Change to the Last Day of School
Link: May 8: Superintendent Update: End of School Year
Link: April 24: Superintendent Update: Resuming Distance Learning/ Managing Stress
Link: April 8: Superintendent Update: April Vacation/ School Meal Change
Link: Food Service Memo: Meal Services During April Vacation
Link: March 27 Superintendent Update: Governor's Mandate Continuity of Education 
Link: March 26 Superintendent Update: COVID 19 Crisis
Link: Childcare For Essential Personnel Survey
Link: March 18 Superintendent Update: Maintenance of Learning Plans
Link: March 15 Superintendent Update: COVID-19 and School Closure
Link: March 13 Superintendent Update: Governor's Press Conference
Link: March 12 Superintendent Update: Community Events Postponed
Link: March 11 Superintendent Update: School Trips and Activities

 

Washing hands External Resources (All links open in a new window):                                                                                

Other Important Information

The Vermont Department of Health continues to lead the State of Vermont’s response to COVID-19. For the most up-to-date information and Vermont’s response, please consult their COVID-19 website. Schools continue to receive regular updates regarding the state’s coordinated plan in response to COVID-19. 

The CDC has issued new guidance for travelers returning countries with widespread transmission of COVID-19, including China, Iran, Italy and South Korea. Anyone whose last day in one of the affected countries was March 4 or afterward should stay home and monitor their health for 14 days after returning to the United States. The Vermont Department of Health is asking travelers returning from those countries, as well as Japan, to reach out to them by calling (802) 863-7240 for further instructions.

Common disease prevention measures remain the best way to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

  • Stay home when you are sick.

  • Cover your cough or sneeze with your sleeve or a tissue. Throw the tissue in the trash.

  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

 


 

official town meeting day results

 

The official results of the Town Meeting day ANWSD school-related votes are in. Article 7 (Budget Vote) 1679 in favor, 1095 opposed. Article 8 (health care reserve fund) 1651 in favor, 1093 opposed. 

Unified Union School Director results:

Addison
Amy Kittredge- 3-year term

Ferrisburgh
Bill Clark- 1-year term
Chris Kayhart- 3-year term

Panton
Brad Dewey - 3-year term

Vergennes
Martha DeGraaf- 3-year term
 

On behalf of the ANWSD Board of Directors, and the administration and staff of the ANWSD schools I want to sincerely thank the voters for their support of the school budget and related articles. We look forward to the continued work of bringing our very best for students each and every day.  
 



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ANWSD Vision Statement                                                

We envision a kind, collaborative, and creative community for all that nurtures a diverse and accessible learning environment. Students will flourish as critical thinkers and productive citizens, cultivating resilience in an ever changing world.

4/26/17 Board adopted

 

ANWSD Safe Schools Statement

"The Superintendent and Directors of the Addison Northwest School District wish to reassure the members of our educational community in these uncertain times. We remain committed to maintaining safe and welcoming schools regardless of race, gender, disability, national origin, documentation, religion, sexual orientation, political orientation, or family income. In addition to compliance with federal law, it is also our moral and ethical duty to protect and to provide an equitable education to all of the students who pass through the doors of our schools."                           

Adopted by the ANWSD Board on May 31, 2017

 

 

 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

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