In mid March of 2020, as COVID-19 quickly became part of our reality and schools were closed by an executive order of Governor Phil Scott, our District sprung into action; quickly pivoting from the in-person instruction we all love and is crucial to our students' learning and social/emotional health to 100 percent remote instruction. At the time, we didn't realize that schools would be closed for the remainder of the school year or that graduation would need to be held in a hybrid, physcially distanced fashion, but thanks to the creativity and dedication of our entire staff, students, and community, we made it through.
During that time, we worked hard to keep up regular communication with our families, staff, and community at large. The Superintendent's correspondence from March through June 2020 can be found to the right. In addition to updates from the CDC and the Vermont Department of Health. Check back often as recommendations shift on how best to protect ourselves and one another during this time.