If you have kids in public school, you’ve likely already read — and reread —your district’s plan for the fall. But you might be curious about what other local districts have planned.
Each Vermont school district is creating its own unique fall reopening plan. Addison Independent reporter John Flowers compared the instruction models for ACSD, MAUSD, ANWSD and RNeSU in this Addison Independent story.
And here’s what nearby Slate Valley Unified Union School District is doing.
Meanwhile some Vermont school officials are uneasy about the whole situation.
“Under the guise of local control and the need to respond flexibly to the differences in each district, leaders were told by state officials to basically go figure it out,” Harwood Unified School District superintendent Brigid Nease wrote in a recent open letter. “Many superintendents and principals truly cannot sleep at night.”
Read more of that story here.