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.
Central Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am to 4 pm
Local providers have the option to re-enroll to be premier providers with Delta. Please see the details surrounding this change in your employee portal.
We had a short flexible spending plan enrollment this year (Sept. through Dec.). We did that to get us through to a new Flexible Spending plan year; one that begins on January 1st each year and ends December 31st each year. Be prepared to enroll in flexible spending during December. Currently, the plan is to use the portal.
This January you may make voluntary changes to your health and/or dental plans. This is the ONLY opportunity you will have. Paperwork completed in December will mean a January 1 start, paperwork completed in January will mean a February 1 start.
There will be NO July open enrollment period.
This is a permanent change.
Questions or concerns? Contact your Benefits Coordinator.
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.
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St. Albans City School – Exemplar Vermont Schools Recognized for Climate and Culture Vermont’s Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (VTPBIS) improve social and academic competence for all students.
For the second year in a row, St. Albans City School was one of 11 schools to be recognized as VTPBiS Exemplar Schools. To receive this acknowledgement, these schools show evidence of
implementation fidelity and demonstrate that sustained implementation has had positive effects
on learners’ academic and behavioral performance.
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is [...]
October 8th was International Walk to School Day
This is a global event where communities from over 40 countries walked and biked to school
on a single day. St. Albans City and Town Schools joined families, schools and communities
around the globe as they walked and bicycled to school in celebration of Walk to School Day.
Vermont is 2nd in the country for participation in this event! Learn more about the day and
who is participating in our area at www.walkbiketoschool.org.
Fox 44 News covered the [...]
FCSU staff Kathy Fink, Human Resources and Jesse Byer, Curriculum Director along with Northwest Technical Center staff Susan Bosland, Guidance Coordinator, James Naylor, Cooperative Education Coordinator and Lynn Bouchard, Special Needs Coordinator were accepted into The Secondary Transition vtMTSS Academy.
The Secondary Transition vtMTSS Academy is an online community of educators who share a common interest in supporting all high school students in becoming college and career ready. This virtual Academy focuses on classroom instructional strategies that support students to master [...]