Looking back at the 2022 Legislative Session, I wanted to share some top level accomplishments. Of course, some notable legislation was vetoed by the Governor and in all but a...
March 10th, 2022
We are living through a transformational moment in public preK-12 education. This is true at county, state and national levels.
The 2021-2022 Vermont Legislative session got off to a historic start on January 6th, 2021 as the first-ever biennium initiated by video conference.
Here's a very exciting press release from last week (10/15/20) about the opportunity to enroll in free classes at VSC this year.
AI: Economy - Vermont faces a multi-front threat to its economic wellbeing, including slow sales in many sectors and high unemployment due to the coronavirus.
The House and Senate recently passed the Global Warming Solutions Act (H. 688), here's a quick description of the legislation.
H.967 (Child Care Flexibility Bill)
Here is the latest written communication from MAUSD to students and families. There is also a video that came out on 8/5/2020.