COVID-19 at MAUHS and Southwest Tech

April 25, 2021

The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union was notified of a positive test of COVID-19 within the Mt. Anthony Union High School and Southwest Tech learning communities. In keeping with Vermont Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, our teams took immediate steps to isolate the situation. We are working closely with local and state officials to ensure our community remains safe and healthy.

After consulting with the Vermont Department of Health, all close contacts were determined and notified. Trained maintenance staff have engaged in a thorough sanitation process of all surfaces within the affected spaces. All buildings will remain open for in-person learning. Those affected have been contacted. 


As a reminder, all Mt. Anthony Union High School students currently enrolled in 2 day hybrid learning will transition to 4 days in-person Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, starting on Monday, April 26. 

These are all of the details we are permitted to release at this time. Please continue to check and our social media accounts for the most up-to-date information. Please be assured that we continue to plan for a safe and healthy school environment by implementing best practices in alignment with guidance from the Vermont Department of Health and the Vermont Agency of Education. 

Stay safe and healthy,

James R. Culkeen

Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union

Superintendent of Schools

Michael P. Lawler

Southwest Tech