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Last Day of School!

posted May 31, 2018, 7:05 AM by Web Master

Due to four school closings for weather this year, the official last day of the school year will be Friday, June 15, 2018!
Have a fabulous summer! See you in August!

MAUSD Strategic Plan Community Survey

posted May 16, 2018, 12:09 PM by Web Master

An ANESU steering committee is working collaboratively to create a 5 year strategic plan for our district schools. We would appreciate your response to this brief survey to help us effectively communicate the direction of our district. This survey is ANONYMOUS and shouldn't take more than a couple of minutes to complete. Thank you for your quick response!  

Education Recognition and Pat Pierce Awards Night - Tuesday, May 15!

posted May 10, 2018, 6:15 AM by Web Master

ANESU 31ST Annual

EDUCATION RECOGNITION NIGHT

TUeSDAY, MAY 15, 2018, 6:30 pm

Mt. Abraham Union High School Auditorium

 The ADDISON NORTHEAST SUPERVISORY UNION is pleased to present Education Recognition Awards to these nominated individuals in our five-town communities who have gone “above and beyond” in contributing to the success of our youth in an educational environment and in promoting excellence in education.

 Charlie Beyer

Doreen Bortz

MaryJane Broughton

John Clarke

Kat Cyr

Candy Davidson

Tom Estey

Kaela Frank

Jenn Gernander

Larry Gile

Hayley Gonzalez

Beth Hahr

Jake Hansen

Russ Horner

Cathy Jipner

Anne Marie Letourneau

Priscilla McQuade

Dawn Mikkelsen

Caitlin Moreau

Tony Orvis

John Painter

Ann Pollender

Jackie Raymond

Kevin Robinson

Peg Sutlive

Andy Toy

 In addition, the Patricia Cummings Pierce Excellence in Teaching Award will be presented to a teacher from one of our ANESU schools by the Tari Shattuck Education Foundation.

 Please join us for student musical performances, presentation of awards, and a dessert reception provided by the ANESU Food Service Cooperative.

Request for Proposals

posted May 4, 2018, 6:07 AM by Web Master   [ updated May 4, 2018, 6:18 AM ]

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS MAUSD ‎(1)‎ ‎(1)‎.docx

John S. Roberts Foreign Language Scholarship

posted Mar 29, 2018, 8:33 AM by Web Master

The Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School in Bristol announced today that it has received a $125,000 endowment to fund a scholarship for foreign language students.   A $5,000 scholarship will be awarded annually to a MAUM/HS senior who has completed at least four years of a foreign language and intends to continue foreign language study at a college or university.


The Mt. Abraham Foreign Language Scholarship honors the memory of John S. Roberts, Jr., a foreign language teacher at the Bristol High School and at Middlebury College during the mid 1950’s and early 1960’s.  The endowment is a gift from one of his students, Stephen Gay (BHS Class of 1963) and his wife, Judith of Clinton, CT. Mr. Roberts is remembered by his students as being a true “college prep” teacher, addressing them by “Mr.” and “Miss” and insisting that no English be spoken in his French and German classes.  He is also well remembered for his work ethic, teaching (incredibly!) Latin 1, 2, 3, French 1, 2, 3 and German 1, 2, 3 in 6 class periods 5 days a week. Mr. Roberts directed his students in a number of one act plays in all three languages and was instrumental in getting an audio language laboratory installed at the school, one of the first of its kind in the state. One former student, who called Mr. Roberts “a gifted educator” and his teachings “life changing”, is still using the German he learned from Mr. Roberts in his business some 55 years later. Indeed, Mr. Roberts has left a legacy to be remembered!


ANESU Chief Financial Officer Howard Mansfield commented, “This generous gift provided by a former Bristol High School student and his wife (Stephen and Judith Gay) will continue well into the future to provide an annual scholarship for students from the five town community of Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School. Representing the school community, I thank the donors for their extreme generosity, but also the story behind the gift. Hearing about John Roberts and his dedication to his students and community was a touching experience for all concerned. It is great to know that his connection with so many students over the years and those who benefited from his teachings attribute to him their learning and success. It is also good to know that due to his teachings, current and future students from Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School will continue to benefit from his legacy through this generous gift.”


Education Recognition Night

posted Mar 26, 2018, 1:15 PM by Karen Wheeler   [ updated Apr 23, 2018, 5:38 AM by Web Master ]

Please join us in nominating and recognizing deserving individuals for this year’s annual Education Recognition and Patricia Pierce Excellence in Teaching Award Night.


May 15, 2018

6:30 to 8:00 PM

Mt. Abraham Union High School Auditorium


This annual event honors ANESU staff members and members of the community who have made special contributions to the education of young people from the five town districts of Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton, New Haven, Starksboro, and Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School.


PATRICIA CUMMINGS PIERCE EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD


As you may know, an award in memory of longtime Bristol Elementary Teacher, Pat Pierce was initiated in 1994 to be given annually to a teacher from the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union.  This award recognizes the exceptional characteristics of Pat's life—her deep commitment to children and her profession, as well as her great enthusiasm for learning and life.


Any teacher, PreK-12, employed within Addison Northeast schools is eligible to be nominated for this special award.  Please consider worthy candidates for this honor and complete the nomination form attached. This award is given with the support of the Tari Shattuck Education Foundation.


EDUCATION RECOGNITION AWARDS


These awards are given to individuals whose efforts have supported students or who have made a special contribution to education during this school year.


I invite you to nominate individuals from any area of our community including:  school custodians, educational assistants, food service staff, tutors, coaches, teachers, counselors, nurses, bus drivers, administrators, board members, secretaries, parents, volunteers, mentors, business owners, members of community organizations — anyone in our local communities who has promoted excellence in education and in any way contributed to the success of students in our schools!


Please join us for:

Presentation of Awards

Student Musical Performances

Dessert Reception.

Contact kwheeler@anesu.org for nomination form.

Helpful Info About Running for School Board

posted Jan 4, 2018, 7:39 AM by Web Master   [ updated Jan 4, 2018, 7:40 AM ]

Thinking of Running for School Board? Click the link for a short video.

MAUSD Community Budget Forum

posted Dec 27, 2017, 8:26 AM by Web Master   [ updated Jan 8, 2018, 5:16 AM ]

MAUSD Board Seeks Your Input!

posted Dec 7, 2017, 12:35 PM by Web Master

Please share your input with the Mount Abraham Unified School Board The Mount Abraham Unified School District Board is interested in connecting with our community. Since we are now one school district serving all 5 towns as well as Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School, hearing from our diverse community is more important than ever. Your unified school board may want to connect with you on topics including general vision for our schools and students, budgets, legislative updates, trends in education, and more. Please share your thoughts about how you would best like to engage with your school board. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WSYBVNM The survey should only take you a minute to complete. Please respond by 12/15. Thank you for sharing your input! MAUSD Community Engagement Committee

Press Release RE: MAUSD Budget Parameters

posted Dec 1, 2017, 7:48 AM by Web Master

At their October 24th meeting, the MAUSD Board voted to instruct Superintendent Patrick Reen to develop a FY 19 budget that maintains level funding per equalized pupil. The decision to start with 0% growth was brought on by several factors, including reduced payments from the State to local boards and rising health insurance premiums. The reductions in State payments are the result of a compromise between Governor Scott and legislative leaders last June, capping the amount school districts can spend on teacher health care. With health care costs anticipated to climb by at least 8%, these new spending caps may be exceeded. In that event, any additional money will need to be found from elsewhere in the budget.


The MAUSD Board anticipates a draft budget to be presented at their December 19th meeting. Community forums will be held in early January to present the draft budget to the broader public and to receive feedback.


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