Posted Nov 23, 2015, 7:03 AM by Web Master
On November 20th, 21st and 22nd, 2015, twenty-seven representatives from Addison Northeast Supervisory Union (ANESU) and Addison Northeast Education Association (ANEDA) met and participated in a "Relationship-By-Objectives" training program conducted by the federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. Together we embarked on a course to improve our working environments and to develop a better relationship between between School Boards, School and Central Office Administration and Staff.We worked together to strengthen communication, practice listening skills and apply problem solving strategies to resolve and improve our working relationships. We are motivated to move this work forward to positively impact our entire organization. We are confident that our commitment will support the amazing work that we all do everyday for the learners of our 5-town community.Picture:Back Row: Ellen Repstad, Susan Bruhl Amy Johnston, Tom Learmonth, Howard Mansfield, Virginia McLane, Andy YoungThird Row: Camille Noble, Dawn Griswold, Tory Riley, Christie Sumner, Nancy Cornell, Catrina DiNapoliSecond Row: Sandy Jump, Betsy Knox, Marikate Kelley, Elin Melchior, Edorah Frazer, Kyra Ginalski, Mikaela FrankFront Row: Betsy Rippner, Carol Fenimore, Kristine Evarts, Ann Pollender, Arnell Paquette, Ann Fisher, Michaela Wisell
Letter to Families about SBAC
Posted Oct 5, 2015, 5:32 AM by Web MasterThis letter has been sent home with individual student reports.
Superintendent Responsibilities Reassigned
Posted Sep 30, 2015, 5:02 AM by Web Master
At the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union Board meeting last evening, 9/28/2015, the board approved the following motions:
Moved that effective immediately, responsibility for performance of all duties of the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union Superintendent of Schools, David Adams, is hereby reassigned to the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union Assistant Superintendent, Catrina DiNapoli.
Moved that the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union Board promptly commence a search for an acting superintendent to assume the duties of such position as soon as is reasonably possible.
David Adams has been and continues to be on FMLA leave. These actions will allow the supervisory union and its member districts to move forward with the challenging work they face.
Bristol Elementary School Receives VTPBIS Merit Green Ribbon Award
Posted Sep 29, 2015, 6:12 AM by Web MasterBristol Elementary School will be receiving the VTPBIS Merit Green Ribbon Award at the PBIS Leadership Forum held at the Killington Grand. The award is based on the school's acknowledgements and accomplishments in meeting PBIS merit status for the 2014-2015 school year. Bristol Elementary School has been a PBIS since 2009 implementing effective programs and curriculum to support all students. The school's participation has grown over the past year due to a trained PBIS team and staff who continue to be committed to the work and success of PBIS on behalf of all students.
Teacher and Support Staff Collective Bargaining Information - 2015-2016
Collective bargaining negotiations for a successor agreement between the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union, its member districts and its teachers are now under way. Vermont statutes require school districts to form Bargaining Councils for the purpose of negotiating contracts and each school district within the ANESU has appointed members to serve on the ANESU Bargaining Council. Teachers from each of our schools are represented by the Addison Northeast Education Association and affiliated with Vermont-National Education Association.
All school district meetings are publically warned and conducted in accordance with Vermont open meeting legal requirements. The meetings have been filmed by NEAT TV and minutes of the meetings are taken and posted electronically on the district’s website.
The following contract language, salary and benefit proposals were exchanged by each side.