Addison Northeast Supervisory Union

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Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton, New Haven, Starksboro and Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School

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    Addison Northeast Supervisory Union

    72 Munsill Avenue, Suite 602

    Bristol, Vermont 05443

    Request for Vendor Proposals

    Addison Northeast Supervisory Union is requesting proposals from vendors wishing to provide contracted instructional services for special education for the 2017-2018 school-year. This annual procedure is instituted for the purposes of complying with federal guidelines for the use of grant funds often applied to services. The Supervisory Union will receive sealed proposals for contracted services related to the provision of special education. Contract proposals are sought for the following services:

    ·         Occupational Therapy

    ·         Physical Therapy

    ·         Psychological Services

    ·         Transportation Services

    ·         Communication services

    ·         IEP/Medicaid Case Management Systems

    Service proposals must be mailed or delivered to Susan Bruhl, Special Education Director, Addison Northeast Supervisory Union, 72 Munsill Avenue, Suite 601, Bristol, VT 05443 no later than May 15, 2017.

    Copies of the request for proposals may be obtained on our website at and at the Office of the Superintendent at the above address between 8AM and 4PM, Monday through Friday, prior to the date specified to submit proposals.

    Period of Contract: Addison Northeast will enter into written agreements through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) from a qualified vendor for the period of July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.

    Proposal Acceptance Period: Proposals must be received by 4PM on or before May 15, 2017.

    Required Specifications

    1.      Description of instructional services available to the Supervisory Union.

    2.      Proposed school-year (July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018) cost with details of hourly rate for direct services, consultations, indirect services (e.g., report writing), and any additional charges (e.g., mileage).

    3.      Description of services, if applicable, for staff training including the number of available training per the contract timeline, duration, number of participants, and costs per training session.

    4.      Assurance that the level and extent of services for each student must be approved by the SPED Director (or designee) prior to commencing any services.

    5.      Assurance that all direct student services, if applicable, must be only as specialized as necessary to support improvement in goals directly related to the Vermont Early Learning Standards (EEE) or Grade Level Expectations/Common Core (students in grades K to 12).

    6.      Description of indirect services (e.g., consultations, coaching, training), if applicable, and the supports through which these services 1) build capacity for services to be provided by ANESU staff and 2) can occur in the least restrictive environment.

    7.      Assurance that educational services will be determined by IEP teams and include approval from the LEA.

    8.      Assurance that the vendor is acting as an independent contractor, and therefore, as such, is responsible for own insurance coverage (liability, health, dental, workers compensation insurance, etc.) payroll tax matters and will not receive compensated leave time.

    9.      Assurance that the vendor if selected to provide services for the SU for the 2017-18 school year can provide the following documents, if not already on file, for the Supervisory Union: acceptable criminal records check; proof of liability insurance; copy of current licensure and registration; and taxpayer identification number (IRS Form W-9.

    Posted Apr 20, 2017, 6:15 AM by Web Master
  • ANESU Year End Events 2017

    Posted Apr 5, 2017, 6:28 AM by Web Master
  • Strategic Planning Update & Action Team Application-APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 4/10/17
    Hello 5 Town Community Members-

    Progress continues to be made toward the development of a strategic plan for ANESU/ANESD. Recently, the ANESU leadership team reviewed feedback from approximately 160 people on four draft goal statements.  These four draft goal statements were developed by the leadership team using input from staff, students and the community as well as information from the RBO process and the ANESU Vision, Mission and Ends.  

    These goals will be the focus for the work of action teams.  Each goal will have an action team assigned to it.  The final goals and application to join an action team can be found by clicking the following links or word attachments below. I encourage everyone to join in the work of Shaping Our Future Together!

                                                                                                        Final Strategic Goals

    Action Team Application

    The Strategic Plan Steering Committee is nearly fully formed.  Its members will include faculty, staff, community, board, students and administrators.  The committees members and responsibilities are listed below.  

    Steering Committee Members

    Facilitator: Patrick Reen

    Teachers: Scott Beckwith, Mikaela Frank; Caroline Patrie

    Administrators: Jessica Barewicz; Edorah Frazer

    Staff: Karen Wheeler; Kim Krampetz

    Community Members: Sarah Crum, Julianna Doherty

    Board Members: Krista Siringo, Dawn Griswold

    Students: TBD

    ANESU Strategic Plan Steering Committee Responsibilities:

    • Oversee the development of the ANESU Strategic Plan

    • Ensure coherence, clarity and feasibility in action team’s work toward reaching our vision/mission and transforming education in ANESU.

    • Provide the necessary diverse lenses to support the transformation.

    In order to do the above, SC will:

    • Review sample strategic plans to determine the best format for ANESU - keep a pros and cons list of plans they review in order to ensure ANESU plan reflects the pros.

    • Preview process, purpose, role (including review vision, mission, Ends and strategic goals.

    • Review monthly reports from each action team at each SC Mtg - in order to understand, provide any support, and stay true to intent of the goal.  In addition, to prevent redundancies and interweave similarities.

    Thanks for all you do!

    Posted Apr 3, 2017, 7:02 AM by Web Master
  • Mt Abe Renovation Meeting
    Please click on the link to watch the Mt Abe Renovation meeting.  You can find it under Mt Abe 2017.

    Posted Mar 27, 2017, 7:35 AM by Web Master
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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.

Click here for minutes of Bargaining Council Meetings.

The following contract language, salary and benefit proposals were exchanged by each side. 

The following is a copy of the current negotiated agreement: