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New Name​ for the Five Town School District!

At their May 23 meeting, the new school district board took action on choosing an official name for our  ne​​w unified school district. As you may or may not know, with the passage of Act 46 we could no longer keep Addison Northeast Supervisory Union as our name. This created an opportunity for us to think differently about how we want to be recognized as a new district moving forward.  

One month, two surveys, and about 600 responses later the new name selected is Mount Abraham Unified School District. Thank you to all who took part in the survey.  

The future is looking bright for MAUSD as we Shape Our Future Together!


Joint Statement Between ANESU and ANEDA Teacher's & Support Staff Union

ANESU and ANEDA representatives continued to brainstorm health care options.  Discussions were respectful, informative and productive.  All parties look forward to continuing negotiations using the Critical Issues Bargaining model with Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service mediators on June 1st.


News from the Principal

Dear Families,

On Wednesday evening we welcomed the parents of our incoming kindergarteners to MCS.  Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Kuzio, and Mrs. Tatlock provided new families with information about Monkton Central School and what to expect for the Fall.  We were excited to begin forming this partnership now, to help build success for students in the future.    

If you were in the building on Thursday afternoon, you know that “Monkton has talent!”   We had students entertain us with singing, dancing, skits, and comedy.  I was again impressed with students’ willingness to get up on stage and perform in front of such a large audience.  What a great learning experience for all.  The excitement and enthusiasm for all performers was contagious.  It was also wonderful to see so many families in attendance.  Thank you to Stephanie Murray for coordinating this event.  Holly Esterline was a fabulous “master of ceremonies” and Virginia McLane worked behind the scenes to make this event such a success.  

May is a very busy time of year in any school building.  The same is true at MCS.  Teachers have been working on their literacy and mathematics assessments.  We use this information to inform reporting to families, to confirm student growth, and to begin thinking ahead to instruction in the Fall.   Many of these assessments are conducted individually which is truly a special time for the student and the teacher.

Our fifth and sixth graders are in Boston today.  We know they will enjoy their experiences at the Boston Aquarium and the Boston Museum of Science.  

I hope all families enjoy the Memorial Day weekend.




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