Professional Development and Curriculum

Executive & Super Board

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The Windham Southwest Supervisory Union is located in Southern Vermont and serves six schools and six towns within our District.

The Halifax School is a K-8th grade school located in Halifax, Vermont. The current enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year is fifty-six total students, composed of five mixed-grade classrooms. “The success of every child is important to us and we make sure that they all get the attention that they need to succeed. We believe in your child.”  The Principal of the Halifax School is Sandra Pentak-Cohen. The Halifax School Board members are; Chairperson Homer Sumner and Paul Blais . The Halifax Board meets on the first Wednesday of each month.

The Readsboro Central School is a PreK-8th grade school located in Readsboro, Vermont. The current enrollment is sixty-four total students. “Readsboro Central School Students will become lifelong learners: who will maximize their ability to learn, think and solve problems. Students will be prepared to meet their future challenges and will become responsible members of society.”  The Readsboro School Board is composed of three members: Chairperson Lawrence Hopkins, Dana Rapp and Karen Boisvert. The Readsboro Board meets every third Monday of the month.

The Stamford School is also a K-8th grade school located in Stamford, Vermont. The current 2013-2014 enrollment is sixty-four total students.  “The Stamford Elementary School – small classes with big ideas.” Gregory Betti is the Principal and the Stamford School Board is composed of five Board Members: Chairperson Cynthia Lamore, Duncan Honig, Jessica Bugbee, James Sarkis and Nancy LeSage. The Stamford School Board meets the second Thursday of every month.

 

The Twin Valley Elementary School is new for the 2013-2014 school year, as part of the consolidation between Whitingham and Wilmington. It is located in Wilmington Vermont  and is a Pre-K-5th grade school with a current enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year  of two hundred and thirty five students. "There is no significant learning without a significant relationship."  Our Mission:  Growing innovators who will change the world. The Principal of TVES is Rebecca Fillion. The Twin Valley School Board consists of Chairperson Seth Boyd, Dennis Richter, Phil Taylor, Adam Grinold, John Doty and Aimee Reed and currently meets  on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.

The Twin Valley Middle School is located in Whitingham, Vermont and currently under construction for the new TVMS/HS, scheduled to open for the 2014-2015 school year. The 2013-2014 enrollment is one hundred and fourteen students in grades 6th -8th, with Principal Keith Lyman. TVMS “believes that Middle Grade Students should be involved in a challenging curriculum with connections to real life. These experiences should stimulate curiosity and the desire to explore, teach responsibility, and help students make sense of the world around them." Our Mission:  Growing innovators who will change the world.  The Twin Valley School Board consists of Chairperson Seth Boyd, Dennis Richter, Phil Taylor, Adam Grinold, John Doty and Aimee Reed.  The Twin Valley Board currently meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.

The Twin Valley High School is located in Wilmington, Vermont, and as part of the consolidation agreement, is expected to be moving to the Whitingham building as a 6-12th grade school for the 2014-2015 school year. The Principal of TVHS is Robert Morse and the current enrollment is one hundred and fifty six 9th-12th grade students. “Twin Valley High School is a student centered learning environment, which respects and encourages the unique gifts within each individual...” Our Mission:  Growing innovators who will change the world.The Twin Valley School Board consists of Chairperson Seth Boyd, Dennis Richter, Phil Taylor, Adam Grinold, John Doty and Aimee Reed.  The Twin Valley Board currently meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.

The Town of Searsburg currently has twenty-one K-12th grade students enrolled in surrounding schools. Searsburg does not operate a school, its students have school choice. Searburg has a five member School Board, Chairperson Annette Hazel, Lisa Munsill and Jacki Murano. The School Board meets every month on the second Thursday. 

 

 
The WSSU Executive Board members are Chairperson Seth Boyd (Whitingham), Homer Sumner (Halifax), Lawrence Hopkins, (Readsboro), Cynthia Lamore (Stamford), Phil Taylor (Wilmington) and Annette Hazel (Searsburg). The Exectutive Board meets on the Fourth Wednesday of the Month.