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June 23-24 and June 28-29 at the MAUHS Cafeteria. Click "read full story" for more information!

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Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union Home

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SVUESD Special Board Meeting

Time: 4 PM – 4:30 PM
Location: Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union, 246 S Stream Rd, Bennington, VT 05201, USA

MAUHS Special Board Meeting

Time: 4:30 PM – 5 PM
Location: Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union, 246 S Stream Rd, Bennington, VT 05201, USA

SVSU Board Meeting

Time: 5 PM – 6 PM
Location: Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union, 246 S Stream Rd, Bennington, VT 05201, USA

Recent News

Meal Update

Please note: we are not currently providing meals for students. The summer program will begin on June 28. Check back later for more details.

SVUESD Board Statement: Pending Lawsuit

"On 6/15/2021 the Southwestern Vermont Union Elementary School District Board was named in a lawsuit filed by a former teacher at Molly Stark Elementary schools, Ms. Rosa Van Wie."
Central Office, brick building with American flag out front

About Us

Whether you are a current community member of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union, considering a move to the area, or just stopping by - welcome! SVSU is made up of six public elementary schools, a middle school, one high school, and an early education program with two locations. We serve over three thousand learners a year in five Southern Vermont towns.
 
We pride ourselves in making sure all members of our community are represented in our schools, serving not only our students, but their families and extended families. Through thriving community programs, such as developmental screenings at the pre-k level, and free lunch for all of our students, we strive to cultivate a community of lifelong learners.
 
In an effort to make SVSU more equitable, we've revamped our website to make it compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Though ADA became a law in 1990, it has been interpreted and expanded in recent years to reflect the virtual age. This means that our website is now able to be read by screen readers, tools that our visually impaired neighbors use to surf the web, among other improvements.
 
I encourage you to explore our new site. Check out the new way our Board documents are displayed. You will also be able to locate the policies and procedures we use to ensure equity for our whole community. We're hopeful that you will find the resources for students and families helpful as you navigate your time learning with SVSU.  
 
Take some time to explore. And thank you for stopping by,
James Culkeen
SVSU Superintendent
 

At A Glance

  • 8 Public Schools
  • 3,058 learners
  • 100% receive free breakfast and lunch
  • 23 varsity sports