The mission of the Franklin Central Supervisory Union is to provide each student with the skills to be an independent learner, a contributing member of the community, and a responsible citizen of the world.
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The slideshow on the home page shows images from the Board Retreat where Secretary of State Jim Condos and Deputy Secretary Brian Leven joined Franklin Central Supervisory Union School Board members and administrators for their All-Boards retreat on October 28th.
The evening kicked off with a meal provided by the Northwestern Technical Center’s Culinary Students and was delicious from the fresh salad to the poached pears. Thirty five Board members, administrators and the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of State had the [...]
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The Vermont School Boards Association has released a report discussing potential financial impact that health care reform could have on Vermont’s school districts. Select the link above for the report.
Cpl. Paul Talley was one of three officers who received the “Medal of Valor” for rescuing a local man from a burning building. A very moving ceremony was held in the Bliss Auditorium for Cpl. Talley and our first responders from St. Albans City, Town and Georgia. We are proud to have Cpl. Talley working with us every day and to live in a community with such distinguished rescue personnel.
Fairfield School Board welcomed Student Representative Noah Carpenter to the School Board this month. Noah has represented Fairfield Center School and the State of Vermont as Vermont’s Fuel Up to Play 60 Ambassador during the 2013-2014 school year. In this role, Noah participated in the National Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina in July 2013. Additionally, he represented Fairfield at the YOUTH-NEX Leadership Summit at the University of Virginia in October of 2013. In addition [...]
View the Weekly Field Memo from the Agency of Education for upcoming workshops, webinars and support materials recently released.
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Northwest Technical Center and Bellows Free Academy jointly received a $20,000.00 Perkins Reserve Grant to improve the maker’s space in the engineering programs and to support the participation in the second year of both school’s FIRST Technical Challenge.
. Vermont Department of Health has issued a letter for Parents and Guardians about the Ebola outbreak with FACTS about the illness. Read the letter HERE or visit http://www.healthvermont.gov for more information.