Go to the ABOUT Tab above, click on 'Students', to view the FY 22 bus schedule (morning)

The Everyone Eats Hardwick Area Community Meals program is offering free nutritious meals for pick up each week at several local restaurants. The program supports local businesses and farmers, as well as offering free nutritious meals for anyone who would benefit. To learn more and reserve meals, visit https://www.nourishhardwick.org/meals

Reeve Basom | Place-Based Education Coordinator

Center for an Agricultural Economy/home of the Vermont Food Venture Center

P.O. Box 422, 140 Junction Rd.

Hardwick, VT 05843

(802) 472-5362 ext. 204

 

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Lakeview News and Events

News Post

Jack Bassett

Hello OSSU Community, 

 

The OSSU Board is pleased to announce that on Friday, April 8th we offered the position of Superintendent to Dr. David Baker and he accepted. Dr. Baker will begin his work as OSSU Superintendent on July 1, 2022. 

Dr. David Baker, currently the Superintendent of Schools for the Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union (Hartland, Windsor, West Windsor, and Weathersfield), has extensive superintendent experience. He has been in his current superintendency since 2012 and was also the St. Johnsbury Superintendent of Schools for ten years. David has also been a Principal, a Director of Curriculum, and an adjunct professor in several Vermont Colleges and Universities. David began his career in Rhode Island, as a teacher and administrator. His resume reveals a strong background in curriculum and instruction and organizational development. 

 

Dr. Baker received his doctoral degree in Educational Administration from UVM in 1993.  He earned his undergraduate degree and Master of Education degree from Rhode Island College.  He served as the Principal for Barre Middle School, in Barre, Vermont from 1989-1994 and prior to that leadership experience he was the Principal at the Blue Mountain Union School in Wells River from 1984-1989.  

 

David is a resident of Danville, Vermont where he and his wife Mary Ann raised seven children.  David is proud to share that all seven of his children chose to go into the field of education.  He is excited about returning to the Northeast Kingdom to continue his work as an educational leader.  

Thank you to everyone who participated in this process. The OSSU Board is excited to work with Dr. Baker as he leads the important and inspiring work being done within our Central Office and all our community schools. 

Thank you, 

Elliot Waring OSSU Board Chair

David Martin

OSSU Families:

OSSU has worked with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to secure funds through the Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF) to assist with broadband costs for people in our communities. Please complete this survey if your Internet is Comcast/Xfinity and you would like to have your service paid for until June 2022.  Please note this information is not being shared with anyone other than the Tech Director of OSSU to assist with Internet. If you have already filled out our "Broadband Connection Survey" form in November you do not need to fill out this form. . Instructions will be sent out in the next week or so after you have completed the form. Please note this is for the first 100 people who sign up. The link can also be found our our website ossu.org

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David Martin 
Director of Tech &  Communication

Orleans Southwest Supervisory Union

Agency of Transportation Snow plow "Snow Dog" named by Lakeview Students

Cross Country ski program for 2022 has begun at the Craftsbury Outdoor center on Tuesday mornings! 

Ski dates 1/18 & 1/25 (both cancelled)

2/1 & 2/8. 

Last day/Make-up day March 8