Abenaki Flag Raised in Ceremony at MVU
The bright colors of the Abenkai flag are officially on display at Missisquoi Valley Middle and High School. The flag was raised November 21 in a ceremony that included a performance by the Circle of Courage student drummers. For more information about education programs for American Indian students, visit the link in the right-hand menu for Indian Education.
FNWSU SEEKING SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
FOR 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR
The Franklin Northwest Supervisory Union is actively seeking a Superintendent of Schools.
Superintendent of Schools Position Information
The Franklin Northwest Supervisory Union’s School Board Superintendent’s Screening Committee has scheduled a series of meetings. For details, and the most current information regarding the Superintendent’s Screening Committee, as well as regular School Board activities, go to the right-hand link called “School Board Information.”
Northwest Access TV Highlights FNWSU People and Programs in
“The Best of Franklin Northwest”
The second installment of “The Best of Franklin Northwest,” airing the first two weeks of November, highlights FNWSU’s After School Programs. Dr. John McCarthy, superintendent, interviews Carol Lizotte, FNWSU After School Programs Director, Heather Moore, MVU Crossroads & AfterHours Coordinator, and Kathy Kneebone, Swanton Crossroads & Explorers Coordinator. To view this show, go to The Best of Franklin Northwest or view at Northwest Access TV at the times listed in the photo captions.
To view the first show, go to The Best of Franklin Northwest or view at Northwest Access TV at the times listed above.