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MVSD Reopening Guidance

INTRODUCTION

Thanks to Vermont’s high vaccination rate and the rescission of all executive orders relating to COVID 19, Vermont Schools will be operating in a much more traditional fashion for the Summer and Fall of 2021.

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All summer programming will be in person this year unless an individual student plan calls for a different plan.   Our return to school in the fall will support all students K-12 in school 5 days a week for in-person learning.  

Now that Covid restrictions have been lifted, schools can only recommend that students and staff who are unvaccinated wear a mask when indoors.  This will be an individual family decision, but we can expect in our elementary schools, where most students will not be vaccinated yet, many families will elect to have their child wear a mask.  

As required by the Agency of Education, we are publishing the guidelines for reopening on our school district website.  Should you have any feedback regarding this plan, please feel free to fill out this input survey.

Thank you for your continued support of our schools.

Julie Regimbal, Superintendent
Missisquoi Valley School District

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Child Care for Essential Workers

The Governor has asked the state to gather information on those essential workers who require childcare.  The list of who is an Essential Worker can be found here:  https://vem.vermont.gov/essentialpersons.  If you work in one of those categories and cannot find care for your children, please fill out the survey below. 

Let’s Grow Kids has developed a web form to help collect information to connect the families of essential workers with child care in schools and licensed child care programs that are operating to provide services now through April 6, 2020, while school dismissal and general child care service closures are in effect.

Essential workers who need help finding child care should visit: https://webportalapp.com/webform/essentialworkers. Families can also call 2-1-1 ext. 6, or call 1-877-705-9008 to speak to a child care referral specialist.

PreK Learning from Home:
Supplemental Resources for Families

PreK Learning from Home Supplemental Resources for Families from the Vermont Agency of Education is available now!