- Last Updated on Thursday, 31 August 2017 11:11
Union Elementary School, in partnership with the Vermont Foodbank, has a program called the Backpack Program. The Backpack Program will provide a bag of non-perishable food to your child each Friday for him or her to eat over the weekend. the food will be placed in your child's backpack at the end of the day and it is not intended to be opened until the child is home.The program is scheduled to begin on September 1, 2017, and will run throughout the school year. The content of the food changes every two weeks. If your child has any allergies to food, please let us know. Your child is invited to participate in this great program. Any student can participate regardless of income status or eligibility. Students who have siblings can also participate (each child gets one bag).
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 December 2016 12:36
SCHOOL DELAY AND CANCELLATION INFORMATION
When school is delayed or cancelled, families will receive a robocall from Dr. Ricca. In the event of a delay, there is NO Morning Preschool.
School delays and closings are also found on local radio and TV stations:
WSKI (AM1240), WDEV (AM550, FM96.1), FRANK FM (FM107.1), Point FM (FM104.7),
WCAX, WPTZ, FOX44.
UES DELAYED OPENING PROCEDURES
***Buses will run two hours later than normal with a pickup window of 5-10 minutes earlier or later. ***
9:30 Teachers arrive.
10:00 IAs arrive; buses begin to arrive; and it’s morning recess as usual. Students should arrive no earlier than 10:00 to ensure we have adequate supervision for the playground.
10:15 Bell rings- building opens for transition to classrooms for the start of the day.
10:25 UES schedule officially begins. Students will proceed as normal where the schedule would be normally at 10:25. Lunches will not be affected. The Snack Program will not be running on delayed opening days.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 November 2016 10:25
***UPDATED PARENT CHECKLIST***
We are still challenged with lice. We know that it is never a pleasant issue to deal with, but having the facts can make it a bit easier. If you or someone you know is having this unwelcome experience, this article is for you!
Please click on the link below to find out "WHAT PARENTS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HEAD LICE. The second link is a short checklist for parents.
-Sarah Mele, School Nurse
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