Free breakfast and lunch! Please show up and eat! No registration required. Program is sponsored and provided by CCSU Child Nutrition Services.
Students in the Computer Animation & Web Page Design (CAWD) program at CTE were recently featured in the Burlington Free Press and on WCAX as they launched a balloon into space.
All parents/guardians, students and school personnel were asked to participate in the Comprehensive School Climate Inventory (CSCI), a scientific survey to assess school climate, this spring. This year marked the third time that CCSU has taken part in the CSCI online survey, after first introducing it in the fall of 2012. Results of prior year surveys...
Students interested in joining the Academy of Visual & Performing Arts (AVPA), or the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Academy at Essex High School, this is a reminder to get in your application in by Friday, April 17. The applications can be found online on the high school’s website under academies, or by clicking below: AVPA:...
This is your one-stop-shop for all things related to the proposed 2015-2016 Essex Junction and Union #46 School Districts’ budgets.
On Wednesday, April 8 starting at 7 p.m. at Essex High School, join the Essex Healthy Youth Coalition for a viewing of the film The Hungry Heart. The Hungry Heart addresses one of the most pressing issues in Vermont right now, opiate addiction.
The Westford School Drama Club will present its spring show, titled - Feed the Whale: The Saga of the Boy Band Oreo
Kindergarten registration takes place each spring and students eligible for kindergarten must be 5 years old before September 1 of the year in which they will be attending. (per CCSU policy J7: Entrance Age). You will be required to provide a completed registration packet, a copy of your child’s birth certificate, immunization records, recent physical, as well as residency...
The Essex Junction and Union #46 School Districts’ Annual Reports and Proposed Budgets will be available beginning April 1, 2015.
Beginning Monday, March 16, the Chittenden Central Supervisory Union (CCSU) is asking all parents/guardians, students and school personnel to participate in a scientific survey to assess school climate.