The Warren Select Board dealt with questions surrounding Act 46, a new law that aims to consolidate school governance and budgets across the state.
Warren resident Valerie Bigelow, who is running against Warren
On June 7, all Valley towns, or Washington West Supervisory Union (WWSU) districts, will vote for an accelerated version of Act 46. The law intends to consolidate school governance and budgets across the state in order
By Brigid Scheffert Nease, superintendent
On April 19, the State Board of Education approved the Washington West Supervisory Union (WWSU) plan to merge our seven school boards into one. It’s up to each town’s
By Brigid Scheffert Nease
The Act 46 Washington West Supervisory Union (WWSU) Study Committee, the WWSU executive board and the WWSU administration have been meeting twice a month for almost eight months studying
Fayston citizens will gather the signatures necessary to require the select board to include an article on the Town Meeting warning that calls for withholding education tax payments to Montpelier.
At the board’s
Part 2-The Sticks
My first writing a few weeks ago focused on the law itself and our local challenges, especially our declining enrollment, where to find information and the work
By Scott Mackey
Last year, the Legislature passed and the governor signed legislation – Act 46 – that places increased pressure on school boards to change Vermont’s “business as usual” approach to K-12 education.
One of the biggest decisions facing voters of the Washington West Supervisory Union (WWSU) this decade
By Brigid Scheffert Nease, superintendent of schools
The Washington West Supervisory Union (WWSU) executive board and the Act 46 Board Study Committee have been meeting jointly twice monthly since September on
When it comes to Act 46, “Local boards are going to be very important, because every community is going to have to decide” which path to take, Washington West Supervisory Union (WWSU) executive committee chair and
“It’s not unique having situations in Vermont where boards are sort of caught in a difficult place,” Nicole Mace of the Vermont School Board Association told residents at the Warren School Board meeting on Tuesday,
By Lizzy Hewitt, corresponding reporter/editorBrigid Scheffert became the superintendent of Washington West Supervisory Union. As the first day of school
The Washington West Supervisory Union has hired Brigid Scheffert as the superintendent of the Washington West Supervisory Union beginning July 1, 2009. Scheffert has been the principal of Johnson
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