Affordable High‑Speed Internet for Low‑Income Households

posted Jul 9, 2019, 10:28 AM by Elaine Hulett   [ updated Jul 9, 2019, 10:30 AM ]

Affordable High‑Speed Internet for Low‑Income Households

A home Internet connection is more essential than ever for today's families. Since 2011, Internet Essentials from Comcast has connected more than 6 million low‑income Americans to all the opportunities of a digital world through low‑cost, high‑speed Internet at home. We partner with local communities to pass on the importance of being connected and provide low‑cost Internet service (computers, too!) along with free training to safely unlock its potential. As the largest Internet adoption program in the nation, we stay true to our mission of empowering our customers and enriching communities with technology.

Child Find Notice 2019-2020

posted Mar 27, 2019, 9:53 AM by Elaine Hulett   [ updated Mar 27, 2019, 9:53 AM ]

Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union
Towns of Bennington, Shaftsbury, Woodford, Pownal, & The Village of North Bennington
2019-2020 Child Find Notice

The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union (SVSU) is required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act to locate, evaluate, and identify persons with disabilities from birth through age 21, who may be in need of special education, related services, or accommodations in order to access a free appropriate public education; and to provide such needed services for those ages 3 through 21.

Services for eligible children ages birth through 3 years are provided through the Children's Integrated Services-Early Intervention program. Services for eligible children ages 3 to 21 are provided by your local supervisory union.

If you know a child residing in the towns within SVSU that you believe may have such needs but are not currently receiving services please contact the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union, Attn: Special Education, 246 South Stream Road, Bennington, VT 05201, or call the Special Education Office at 802-753-5830.

Information obtained during Child Find remains confidential as required by Vermont Special Education Regulations and the Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act.

Proficiency-Based Learning

posted Oct 9, 2018, 11:48 AM by Elaine Hulett   [ updated Aug 12, 2019, 9:56 AM ]

At the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union, we strive for success for every student through personalized learning and flexible pathways. According to the Vermont Agency of Education, “Proficiency-Based Learning is a key component of flexible and personalized pathways set forth in Act 77 and the State Board of Education’s Education Quality Standards. Vermont public schools must provide students with flexible and personalized pathways for progressing through grade levels and to graduation. These resources can help educators and families understand some of the changes that are taking place in Vermont schools.”

To learn more about Proficiency-Based Learning and how it is being implemented in the SVSU, please visit the links below.

Interpreting Your Child's State SBAC Results

posted Jan 5, 2016, 12:44 PM by Elaine Hulett

  • MAUHS Student Shawn Devlin 
  • Assistant Superintendent Donna Leep 
  • Superintendent James Culkeen 
Produced by:  
  • SVSU Data Coach Melissa Senecal 
  • SVSU Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Laura Boudreau 

Interpreting Your Student's SBAC Results

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