Steven Jupiter sat with Hubert and Bertrand for a conversation about past experience and what they’re hoping for the coming year.
Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union is excited to announce our celebration of contribution honorees.
On Wednesday, January 18, the RNESU School Board met at Lothrop Elementary School in Pittsford.
From school closures to a mass exodus of faculty and staff, to a cultural and political reckoning that has found its way into classrooms across the country, schools and the students in them have been through some of the most unstable and challenging times in recent memory.
The contract is the first multi-year contract ratified by the Board and the Association for many years.
Specifically, the board is eyeing a spending increase of $1,149,539, from a FY23 budget of $10,773,367 to a proposed FY24 budget of $11,882,906.
“There have been a lot of negatives regarding the pandemic—we don’t want to do long-term school closures ever again,” said Hubert in a recent conversation with The Reporter.
When Jeanné Collins was a little girl in Indiana, she ran a “summer school” in her backyard. She was seven and charged even younger kids a quarter each to learn essentials like counting and coloring.
Diversity and equity, technological integration and facility upgrades were the topics du jour at the most recent OVUU school board meeting.
Otter Valley Unified Union and Barstow Unified Union School Boards and the Teachers Association ratified a new three-year teacher contract for 2022-2025.