Upcoming Information Sessions for ANESU Act 46 Unification proposal
The ANESU Act 46 Study committee announces opportunities to learn about the unification proposal the week of October 31st. ANESU school boards will host information sessions including a brief presentation followed by an open question and answer period. School board members, Act 46 Study Committee members, and ANESU administration staff will be on hand to answer your questions. Please come out and learn more about the unification proposal that you will vote on November 8th.
Bristol: Tuesday November 1, 5:30pm at Holley Hall
Lincoln: Tuesday November 1, 6:30pm at Burnham Hall
Starksboro: Tuesday November 1, 7:00pm at Robinson Elementary Multi-purpose room
New Haven: Wednesday November 2, 7:00pm at New Haven Town Hall
Monkton: Thursday November 3, 7:00pm at Monkton Central School gym
The unification proposal recommends ANESU schools become one supervisory district, with one school board and one budget for all ANESU schools. Unification supports many initiatives already underway, and allows our teachers and administrators to focus more time on teaching and learning. In addition, unification continues important progress in consolidating many expenses across the supervisory Union, and allows us to take advantage of tax and financial savings available to districts that voluntarily merge.
The unification proposal is the result of many months of deliberations of a study committee formed from representatives of all five towns (Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton, New Haven and Starksboro). The complete report of the committee including the Articles of Agreement can be found at tiny.cc/unification-report. Please bring your questions to an information session next week. You can also email comments or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are better together.
Act 46 Study Committee
Welcome to our Act 46 Unification Page. Here you will find information about the work of the Act 46 Study Committee, resources such as handouts, interviews and recordings of meetings as well as the committees final report and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).