During a Board of School Directors meeting on Oct. 19, Charlotte resident Mary Golek read into the record an email on behalf of The Charlotte Community DEI Committee.
A group of five parents voiced concerns over aspects of the school district’s COVID-19 protocols at the Champlain Valley School District’s Board of School Districts’ regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 2.
Proposed bond includes $4.7 million in renovations for Charlotte Central School
CVSD accused of not doing enough to protect BIPOC students
A new school year continues to bring new challenges to the Champlain Valley School District (CVSD) in dealing with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Champlain Valley School District (CVSD) is developing an equity audit to be concluded by the spring.
New Champlain Valley School District Superintendent Rene Sanchez revealed COVID-19 protocols for the fall semester at the Aug. 17 CVSD Board of School Directors regular meeting. Sanchez was hired as the new superintendent in April and officially stepped into the role last month.
The April 27 CVSD Board meeting focused on the plan for the “restoration” of the school system after a year of pandemic operations. Jeff Evans, Director of Learning and Innovation, and Meagan Roy, Director of Student Support Services, have developed an extensive plan that conforms to state recovery process requirements.
The CVSD Board of Directors is thrilled to announce that Mr. Rene Sanchez has accepted our offer to become the next superintendent of the Champlain Valley School District.
Dr. Liliana (Lili) Rodriguez has been appointed Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for the Champlain Valley School District. Dr. Rodriguez will begin her leadership duties on July 1, 2021.
Thank you from the Chair of the CVSD School Board’s and a Charlloter’s thanks to voters.
Champlain Valley School District Superintendent Elaine Pinckney is retiring at the end of June. The search process for a new superintendent is underway and the Champlain Valley School District’s Board of Directors welcomes the community’s input.
The Champlain Valley School District School Board is beginning the budget process for the 2021–2022 school year. This budget will be presented to voters before and on Town Meeting Day, March 2, 2021. The board is providing virtual opportunities for community members to give input regarding next year’s budget.
The work of the Champlain Valley School District administration, teachers, and staff over the past six months resulted in a smooth opening of school on September 8. On opening day, 3,807 students were enrolled in classes, including 345 students in the remote model.
School starts this week, and Champlain Valley School District Superintendent Elaine Pinckney had some updates for the community.
After fifteen years as superintendent, Elaine Pinckney announced this week her upcoming retirement from the Champlain Valley School District in June 2021.
Superintendent Elaine Pinckney opened the Champlain Valley School District Board meeting on Tuesday, July 21 with the statement, “We are working from imperfect options and choosing the best of those options
Beginning July 6, the Champlain Valley School District schools, in partnership with our local Food Shelves, began providing free breakfast and lunch for all children 18 years and younger for the summer.
On Friday, June 19, schools across the Champlain Valley School District raised Black Lives Matter flags. The school district said in an announcement, “We recognize that raising this flag is only the beginning and that true, systemic change must happen to ensure that Black, Indigenous, Students of Color (BISOC) have the same opportunities, are treated with the same respect, and are shown the same love as their white counterparts.”
A meeting of the Finance Committee of the CVSD Board met on June 3 to discuss the current and future financial picture of the Champlain Valley School District. Jeanne Jensen reviewed the FY 20 financials. The added expenditure of providing food service was balanced by the fact that special education tuition services and professional development were reduced.