The Addison Northwest School District Board of Directors thanks the voters of the towns of Addison and Ferrisburgh for their strong voter turnout on November 5, 2019 and for their participation during these difficult conversations of school district reconfiguration. We trust that our community now recognizes the financial and demographic challenges that threaten the viability of our School District and we remain committed to providing the best possible education and opportunity for all of our preK-12 students at a cost that is sustainable for our community.


The results of these votes will inform the District’s upcoming budget work. We look forward to continued collaboration with all stakeholders to ensure a passable budget that maintains the health of the District and provides a robust educational experience for our students. That budget will be developed at school board meetings over the next three months and presented to voter approval on Town Meeting Day in March.


We urge all stakeholders to remain engaged with the school board to support our students. Upcoming school board meetings will be held at 6:00 pm in the Vergennes Union High School library on November 11, November 18, and December 9.
















Serving the Students and Communities of Addison, Panton, Ferrisburgh, Waltham and Vergennes.

We serve roughly 850 learners from a 40 square mile area in Addison County, Vermont. 

We hope that you will find the information and resources on our websites helpful and informative.

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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