Hazen Union students are respectful, safe, and engaged.
Congratulations to our 2015 Valedictorian, Deanna Kish, and our 2015 Salutatorian, Craig Coultas!
Dual Enrollment Clarification
media coverage has inaccurately described the limits of the statewide
dual enrollment program. In fact, the program is open to all publicly funded
students, including those who are tuitioned to independent academies.
It is also open to home study students. This program, established in
2013 by the Legislature, entitles all publicly funded high school
juniors and seniors in Vermont to two free college courses. The
substantive change made this legislative session ensures the bill for
the tuition will not go to the districts, but will be paid directly from
the state Education Fund. For more information about Dual Enrollment in
Vermont, go to http://www.vtdualenrollment.org/. Contact: Toni Marra at (802) 479-1302 or email@example.com
Next Community Forum: Pursuing Equity in Vermont Education Finance
This forum will be held sometime in June. There are current bills in the Vermont House and Senate that may
significantly impact school finance and school district boundaries. It
makes sense to have this forum after the close of the legislative
session so that we have a clearer picture of how the future landscape
It's not too late to view past community forums! Videos
and resources from previous forums, such as Technology &
Instruction, the Budget Process, Central Office Functions, Special
Education and the Common Core Standards, can all be viewed on OSSU's website as well as Hardwick Community Television. Again, for more information about the OSSU community forum series, including the full schedule, call 802-472-6531 x 14 or visit OSSU's website.
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