Ali Morgan
Update on tonight's AWAY Varsity Football game @ Middlebury (9/29): Parents will NOT receive physical tickets for this game, instead Middlebury will be using our varsity football roster. Each athlete has (2) tickets available to them which can be claimed at admissions. Parents will have to state which athlete they are there for when they arrive. Once the (2) tickets are claimed, no additional tickets can be claimed for that athlete.
about 3 hours ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Tickets for the October 5th Burr and Burton varsity boys soccer game vs Fair Haven at Applejack Stadium are live. Visit: https://applejackstadium.com/event/burr-burton-boys-varsity-soccer-vs-fair-haven/. There is a two ticket per mailing address limit to help make sure everybody gets a shot at seeing their kids play. Note: Tickets are not needed for the JV game. We will count spectators to keep it under 150. They will have to clear the stadium after the game and re-enter with tickets for the varsity game if they wish to stay.
about 21 hours ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Watch live as the Slaters take on Mill River from LaPlaca Field today at 6 p.m.: http://www.shorturl.at/lrGV8
about 24 hours ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Our first home FHUHS Athletic Event is tonight (9/28)! Boys Soccer will kick things off vs. the Minutemen from Mill River at 6 pm. Ticket sales will begin at 5 pm. Tickets are $5 per person. Please make sure to bring exact change. Tonight's game will be live-streamed through our Facebook page. The link is available now. Each student-athlete has (2) tickets reserved for them for parents / guardians. These tickets are based off of the roster. Each parent/guardian will have to claim which athlete they are there for. The remaining tickets will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. Our spectator limit is set by the state at 150 people. Masks ( face shields and single ply gaiters are not permitted) and social distancing are mandatory. Masks should be worn once you step out of your car until you get back into your car after the game. Spectators who neglect to follow these rules will be removed All spectators must enter through Pine Street / Charlotte's shack and be screened prior to entrance. For the complete FHUHS Spectator Policy, please refer to our website.
1 day ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Reminder! Tonight (September 28, 2020) You’re invited to the Slate Valley Unified Union School District Board meeting. Fair Haven Union High School, 6:30 p.m. Participation will be in person or virtually connect by going to http://meet.google.com/pgv-bvyg-sux or by calling (US)+1 541-897-2511 PIN: 644 673 160# Tonight’s Agenda: https://5il.co/lc2h Previous Meeting Minutes: https://5il.co/l20l Upcoming Meetings: October 12, 2020 - SV Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m. (FHUHS) October 12, 2020 - SV Finance Meeting, 5:30 p.m. (FHUHS) November 9, 2020 - SV Board meeting, 6:30 p.m. (FHUHS) November 9, 2020 - SV Finance Meeting, 5:30 p.m. (FHUHS)
1 day ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
With our first FHUHS Athletic events starting up tomorrow, please make sure to review the Spectator Policies for away games. Each school has their own Spectator Policy which can be found on the opposing school's website, or by going to the Fair Haven Union High School Website under the tab For Parents, and clicking on the Spectator Policies folder. Games this weekend will be held at Brattleboro and BBA. Below you can find each of their Spectator Policies: BBA COVID-19 Spectator Policy: This spectator policy applies to all athletic competitions hosted by Burr and Burton with the exception of those held at Applejack Stadium. (AJ tickets will be sold on a first come/first serve basis beginning 1 week prior to the event. Please see https://manchestervt.brushfire.com/events for AJ tickets). Each member of a BBA athletic team will receive 2 season passes. ADs of opposing schools will be mailed a set of guest passes (2 per athlete) to distribute to their fans. There will be a limited number of day passes available for students, employees, and community members on a first come first serve basis. They will be offered 30 minutes before game time until they are gone. BBA will mark out a spectator zone for each of our venues that do not have gated entrances. Only people with passes may be inside the spectator zone. Spectators will be required to produce a pass when asked. Those who cannot must leave the area. All spectators must wear facial coverings upon arrival at the sports field. They must be worn until spectators have left the sports field. Spectators from different households must physically distance at least 6 feet from each other. There are no bleachers at our facilities (except Applejack Stadium). Spectators who wish to sit should bring their own chairs/blankets. Hand sanitizer and handwashing stations will be available. Spectators will NOT have access to BBA buildings. Portable toilets will be available on site. Brattleboro Union High School Spectator Policy - Fall 2020 Entry for spectators will begin 30 minutes before the posted start time of each game. Upon arrival, spectators should report to the “ticket gate” located in the faculty parking lot between the two fields. Spectators will be limited to immediate family members, including grandparents, of those students participating at that specific event. Family attendance allowances at this time will be limited to four (4) spectators per BUHS participant/coach and two (2) spectators per visiting team participant/coach. A will call list for BUHS family members will be located at the ticket gate, and attendance will be kept for contact tracing purposes. A roster provided by each visiting school will also be located at the ticket gate- visiting families will check-in, indicate which player that they are there for and provide contact information. BUHS asks that all participants and families attending events adhere to the following protocols to help reduce the spread of COVID-19: There will be no fee to enter but spectators must sign-in before entering the field. Self-screen before attending. If you feel ill, please do not attend. Wear a facial covering upon arrival at our facility, during the game, and until departed. Bandanas are not an approved facial covering. Spectators failing to comply with the face covering requirement will need to leave the facility and jeopardize future attendance at games, both for themselves and others. Establish and maintain properly physical and /social distancing (at least six feet). Family groups may sit together with less than the required physical distance, but six feet of distance should exist between groups from different households. Other than the participating teams (and JV teams), sideline access will be limited to necessary game administration staff, and credentialed members of the media, who will undergo a health screening if they wish to have access to the team areas. Tenney and Sawyer Field will not have bleachers so spectators who wish to sit should bring their own chairs/blankets. Spectators will not have access to BUHS buildings. Portable toilets will be located on-site with a hand sanitizing station located at the ticket gate. Parents who bring younger children to the game are responsible for keeping those children close at hand as their own ability to maintain proper distancing may be limited. As always, spectators are expected to behave with appropriate sportsmanship. All spectators are required to leave the area once the game is complete. All athletes needing rides should be met in the parking lot. Nobody should be waiting on or near the field. Parking/Access for games at Natowich Field or Tenney Field Parking for games on Natowich or Tenney Field will be located in the student parking lot across the street from the high school. After walking across the street, spectators should go to the “ticket gate” located in the faculty parking lot between the two fields. After checking in, those going to Tenney Field will enter the first gate along the fence and watch the game from the sideline area closest to the faculty parking lot, opposite the team's sidelines. Spectators going to Natowich Field will proceed up the first ramp of the field’s grandstand. The main aisle will be marked as one-way only, with the second ramp serving as the exit ramp. The first three rows of the Natowich Field grandstand will be closed. Bleacher rows will be marked with two black strips of tape...families are asked only to group and sit in a space between two strips of tape.. Also, BUHS spectators are asked to sit in the first, second and third bleacher sections while spectators from visiting schools should proceed to the last two sections of the bleachers, closest to the exit ramp. Parking/Access for games at Sawyer Field Parking for games on Sawyer Field will be located in the WRCC parking lot or adjacent church parking lot. Spectators should enter the gate located in the WRCC parking lot and watch the game from the sideline area or hill closest to the parking lot, opposite the team’s sidelines.
4 days ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
Club cheer practice today (9/25) has been cancelled.
4 days ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
The JV Football game at BBA on Monday, September 28th has been moved to a 4 pm start time. (1) ticket was given to each JV football player at yesterday’s practice. This ticket will count as (2) tickets per athlete for immediate family for the game.
5 days ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
Dear Fair Haven Union High School Community, It was just announced in the Governor's Press Conference that Vermont schools will be allowed to operate in Stage III starting this Saturday, September 26th. For us in Slate Valley, this means that beginning this weekend we will be allowing athletic contests. You can find the complete game and practice schedule on our FHUHS Athletic website: https://svuvt.gofmx.com/calendar?buildings=132282&requesttypes=105076&requesttypes=105077&requesttypes=105074 Our first home game will be on September 28th @ 6 PM. Varsity Boys Soccer vs. Mill River. Spectators may arrive up to 1 hour prior to game time to begin the screening process. Our limit is still (150) spectators. Each student-athlete (home and away) will be allowed 2 spectators. The rest of the open spots will be given on a first come first serve basis. Masks and social distancing are required by all while on school grounds. Anyone who does not comply will be removed from the game. You can find the rest of the FHUHS COVID - 19 Spectator Protocols & Procedures on the Slate Valley website. Spectator policies for away games can be found on the Slate Valley website as well under FHUHS, For Parents, Away Game Spectator Policies.
7 days ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Dear Slate Valley Families, It was just announced in the Governor's Press Conference that Vermont schools will be allowed to operate in Stage III starting this Saturday, September 26th. For us in Slate Valley, this means that beginning this weekend we will be allowing athletic contests. Generally, speaking there are minimal changes between Stage II and Stage III in the school reopening guidance. As such, in all other areas we will be remaining status quo for the time being. We are doing well in no small part to the staff, students and community’s cooperation and we want to keep it that way. In the coming days and weeks I will be sending out further communication on changes you may see after 2 weeks in Stage III. I know that the cross-state travel map has been frustrating for some families and I completely understand. Please know that as a school district we are compelled to follow requirements put forth by the State of Vermont. The map is now being updated on Tuesdays so families can plan their activities for the coming weekend. Please note that Washington County, NY is now off the map. However, Warren and Saratoga Counties in NY are still on the map so please, please plan your travel accordingly. We do not want to be in a position of asking your child to remain home from in-person learning. This does not benefit anyone. If you have questions please refer to the website: https://accd.vermont.gov/covid-19/restart/cross-state-travel/faqs and/or call the Vermont Department of Health. Also, according to the Vermont Department of Health apple picking is a leisure activity. I know this was not clear to a lot of families over the weekend. Furthermore, we are so grateful for our school nurses. They truly have borne the brunt of the questions and enforcement of the COVID protocols. Please know that they must follow the guidelines put forth from the Vermont Department of Health and as such everyone is doing the best that they can in this difficult situation. As always, thank you for your continued support and cooperation during these trying times. Be well, Brooke Farrell, Superintendent
7 days ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Save the Date: FHUHS Virtual Open House October 8th, 6-7:30 PM More information to follow.
8 days ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Fall sports picture schedule is as follows: 9/23 Cheer @ 3 pm Boys Soccer @ 3:15 pm Cross Country @ 4 pm Girls Soccer @ 5 pm Football @ 5:30 pm 9/24 Field Hockey @ 3 pm Bass Fishing @ 3:15 pm Golf @ 5 pm AT Bomoseen Golf Club
8 days ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Free Giveaway Saturday September 26th , 12-3 p.m. Out back of Fair Haven Grade School Mask required. Bring your own bags. Free items including clothes, household items, and some toys! Everyone is invited to browse the items and take what you need.
11 days ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Dear Slate Valley Families, Thank you so very much for all of your patience and cooperation these last couple of weeks. The reopening of school has gone well due in no small part to all of your support. The cross-state travel map changed today and as such many of the counties that you may travel to in NY state are now on the travel restriction list. Please make sure to check this map if you are planning any travel out of state as it may impact your child's ability to attend school in person. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact your school administration. https://accd.vermont.gov/covid-19/restart/cross-state-travel Thank you and have a wonderful weekend! Best, Brooke Farrell, Superintendent
11 days ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Dear Fair Haven Union High School Community, When the initial Fall Sports Guidance came out from the Agency of Education it was expected that athletic contests between schools could start as early as September 21st IF we had entered Stage III of Vermont's School Reopening Plan. Superintendents were told today, by Secretary French that there will be an official announcement next week on when school districts can move to Stage III. As such schools across Vermont will not be moving to Stage III next week (September 21st). Therefore there will not be any athletic contests between schools next week. Districts are expecting to receive notice at least a week in advance on moving forward to Stage III so games will not start until such time. We will continue the status quo in terms of athletics at FHUHS. Thank you for your continued support during this difficult time. As always please reach out with any questions. Best, Brooke Farrell
12 days ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
Cross country practice is cancelled today (9/17)
12 days ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
The 2020 Census ends on September 30th. Please take a few minutes at http://www.2020census.gov or call 844-330-2020 to make sure you count.
14 days ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
With games scheduled to start next week, here are some important reminders in regards to our FHUHS Athletic COVID procedures & protocols: All spectators, game staff, players, and coaches are required to wear a mask. Single ply gaiters and plastic face shields are not permitted. Anyone without a face mask will not be allowed to enter the facilities. Games are restricted to 150 spectators. Every athlete (home and away) will receive (2) “tickets” for parents and guardians. These tickets must be collected 10 minutes prior to game time, otherwise, they will be offered to general admission. If you are a parent / guardian that knows they won’t be able to make it 10 minutes prior to a specific game, please contact Ali Morgan to set up an alternative plan. Additional tickets will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. The number of general admissions tickets available will vary game to game based off of roster size. Spectators will not be allowed re-entry if they leave the facilities. Once you leave the facilities you must immediately leave school grounds. All fans, players, coaches, and game staff are expected to leave immediately following all games. Loitering is not permitted. There will be a $5 fee per person for all home soccer and football games. We ask that you please bring exact change. All spectators, game staff, coaches, and athletes will be screened prior to being admitted. Contact tracing will also be required. All spectators will enter through Pine Street and will be admitted through one point of entry (Charlotte’s Shack). We encourage everyone to bring their own lawn chair if available. Bleachers will be available, but 6 ft social distancing between families is required. Building access will not be permitted unless there is an emergency situation. The concession stand will not be open this fall for beverages and snacks. Portalets will be available at home games. Live-streaming of home games will be offered when available. If administration feels that the rules are not being followed, you may be asked to leave.
14 days ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Reminder! Tonight (September 14, 2020) You’re invited to the Slate Valley Unified Union School District Board meeting. Fair Haven Union High School, 6:30 p.m. Participation will be in person or virtually connect by going to http://meet.google.com/sed-pvzz-bsy or by calling (US) +1 317-961-0599 PIN: 177 396 689#. Tonight’s Agenda: https://5il.co/ksn7 Previous Meeting Minutes: http://www.slatevalleyunified.org/o/svusd/browse/151952 Upcoming Meetings: -September 28, 2020 - SV Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m. (FHUHS) -September 28, 2020 - SV Policy Committee Meeting, 5:30 p.m. (FHUHS) -September 28, 2020 - SV Building and Grounds Committee Meeting, 5:30 p.m. (FHUHS) -October 12, 2020 - SV Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m. (FHUHS) -October 12, 2020 - SV Finance Meeting, 5:30 p.m. (FHUHS)
15 days ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Bass fishing practices today and tomorrow have been cancelled.
21 days ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Congratulations to all of our exceptional Slate Valley Staff! District Awards Video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vsLm7iXGI7Qqws3GukYbnNNLLFosJZJ4/view?usp=sharing Award Recipients: SVUUSD Executive Awards Fair Haven: Library/Tech Integration Team - Maggie McGarry, Lisa Cacciatore & Rodney Batschelet FHUHS: FHUHS Counseling Department UVM Outstanding Teacher Award Castleton Village: Annie Crumb FHUHS: M. Susan Cornell SVUUSD Outstanding Teacher Award Benson: Jessica Thurston Castleton Elementary: Jenna Ray Castleton Village: Annie Crumb Fair Haven: Katie Hart FHUHS: M. Susan Cornell Orwell: Francine Broughton Instructional Assistant Award Benson: Greta Doran Castleton Elementary: Amy Cotton Castleton Village: Jill McClure Fair Haven: Lisa Brough FHUHS: Robin Sheldrick Orwell: Amy Messer SVUUSD Special Service Award Letter Slate Valley Technology Team
27 days ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Good morning! Quick reminder, please make sure to register your fall student -athletes through FormReleaf online prior to September 8th. Additionally, please make sure that the physical on file at FHUHS for your student is up to date (within the last 14 months). If you have questions about your students last physical on file, please contact the school nurse. Anyone without an up to date physical or who is not registered by September 8th, will not be allowed to participate.
29 days ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Good afternoon, please read the following information from our Activities Director, Ali Morgan: VPA Fall Sports Update 8-21-20 https://5il.co/k7zf Communicable Disease-Pandemic-Athletics FHUHS Protocol and Procedure https://5il.co/k7bo
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder: Food Box Distribution Day Thursday, August 27th 10am - 11am
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Nursing Substitutes 2020-2021 Vacancies Slate Valley Unified Union School District is seeking Nursing Substitutes for the 2020-2021 school year for an hourly rate of $30.00. All applicants must apply on https://www.schoolspring.com/. Position will remain open until filled. EOE
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Looking for temporary, part-time work? Slate Valley Unified School District is seeking temporary part-time Custodians, up to 25 hours per week, during the COVID pandemic to maintain the cleanliness of the school facilities. Custodial experience preferred. For additional information contact Chris Cole, Director of Operations at 265-4905 or email [email protected]. This position will remain open until filled. E O E
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Food Box Distribution Day Thursday August 27th 10am - 11am
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Substitute Teachers 2020-2021 Vacancies Slate Valley Unified Union School District is seeking Substitute Teachers for the 2020-2021 school year for an hourly rate of $15.00. All applicants must apply on https://www.schoolspring.com/. Position will remain open until filled. EOE
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Don’t forget! Fall sports registration through FormReleaf is still open. Please make sure to send in an up to date physical and register online prior to the first practices on September 8th.
about 1 month ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Good morning, please view the Slate Valley Reopening Plan: https://5il.co/jkgt. This plan will be updated frequently as new guidance becomes available.
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Looking for temporary, part-time work? Slate Valley Unified School District is seeking temporary part-time Custodians, up to 25 hours per week, during the COVID pandemic to maintain the cleanliness of the school facilities. Custodial experience preferred. For additional information contact Chris Cole, Director of Operations at 265-4905 or email [email protected]. This position will remain open until filled. E O E
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder: The Slate Valley budget vote is today. This budget represents the current year's (2020-2021) operational budget only. Complete budget details can be found on the Slate Valley website https://www.slatevalleyunified.org/. Frequently Asked Questions: https://5il.co/j8fk
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
As we approach the opening of school in the fall, please read the following letter from Superintendent Olsen-Farrell in regard to state travel restrictions: https://5il.co/j60a
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder - Our last scheduled day for food pick up at FHGS is Tuesday, August 11th and will include meals thru Friday, August 14th. Meals are available for pick up between the hours of 10:00AM and 11:00AM on Tuesdays and Fridays throughout the summer at Fair Haven Grade School. Any child from any town who is 18 years of age or younger can receive meals. When children are not present at the time of meal pick up, a parent or guardian can only receive meals for their child or children. Adults cannot pick up meals for other children when the children are not present with the adult.
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
We have started a Frequently Asked Questions document regarding the reopening of schools: http://www.slatevalleyunified.org/o/svusd/browse/155634. Please check back often as this will be updated as new information becomes available.
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder: There will be a budget informational meeting this evening (Monday, August 3, 2020) at 6:30 PM. Please connect virtually by going to http://meet.google.com/xyb-itrv-dgu or by calling (US) +1 234-307-0704 PIN: 698 588 330#.
about 1 month ago, Slate Valley
Phil Hall
Good afternoon. Please see the following letter from Principal Phil Hall regarding the current plans for the re-opening of FHUHS in fall 2020: https://5il.co/inil
2 months ago, Phil Hall
Slate Valley
If you missed our free food box giveaway on Saturday you still have a chance to come pick one up. The remainder of the boxes will be distributed tomorrow, Tuesday, July 28th between 10am-11am at the Fair Haven Grade School!
2 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Good afternoon, please read the following letter (https://5il.co/ijms) from Superintendent Olsen-Farrell in regard to the district’s Hazing, Harassment, and Bullying Policy.
2 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Food Box Distribution Day: Saturday July 25th Noon-2PM Pick up behind FHGS All families within the Slate Valley School District are invited to pick up a Food Box. There are 100 boxes available on a first come, first served basis.
2 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Helpful resources for the upcoming (August 11th) Slate Valley Budget Revote: Budget Web Page https://www.slatevalleyunified.org/o/svusd/page/budget--108 Budget Flyer https://5il.co/igm1 Frequently Asked Questions https://5il.co/ig1r
2 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Please read the following letter from Superintendent Olsen-Farrell regarding the re-opening of school: https://5il.co/igh5
2 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder, there is a special SVUUSD Board Meeting tonight at 6:30 PM Virtually connect by going to: http://meet.google.com/qbe-fiog-fsk See the agenda for more information.
2 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Summer Meals Reminder: Meals will be available for pick up between the hours of 10:00AM and 11:00AM on Tuesdays and Fridays throughout the summer at Fair Haven Grade School. Any child from any town who is 18 years of age or younger can receive meals. When children are not present at the time of meal pick up, a parent or guardian can only receive meals for their child or children. Adults cannot pick up meals for other children when the children are not present with the adult. The last day for meal pick up will be Tuesday, August 11th and will include meals through Friday.
3 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
The VPA has declared that the start date for fall sports will be pushed back. Fall sports will no longer start on August 10th as previously stated. A new start date for fall sports will be released soon. Reminder, please register your student athletes for fall sports through FormReleaf prior to the start of the fall season.
3 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Reminder: You're invited to come discuss the upcoming August 11th Slate Valley Budget Revote with your board members on July 9th at 6 PM.
3 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
School Reopening Update - More Information Will Be Provided the Week of July 20th As you know, we are planning for reopening of schools in the fall. This planning will draw upon input from the parent survey as well as guidance from the Agency of Education (AOE). Guidance from the AOE has changed throughout the pandemic and continues to change frequently. In view of this, we are planning to provide further information during the week of July 20th. Thank you for your continued patience and support during these challenging times. AOE Guidance: https://5il.co/hjf2
3 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
You're invited to come discuss the upcoming August 11th Slate Valley Budget Revote with your board members on July 9th at 6 PM.
3 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Tonight! Slate Valley Board Member Listening Tour Come share your thoughts with school board members from your community in a casual setting. June 18th at 6 p.m. With the budget being voted down, we wanted to provide you with an opportunity to voice your concerns. Board members from your community will be available to listen to you during these challenging times. Benson Residents - Meet at Benson Village School with Patricia Beaumont ([email protected]) and Rebeckah St. Peter ([email protected]) to share your concerns. Castleton Residents - Meet at Castleton Elementary School (outside pavillion) with Julie Finnegan ([email protected]), Toni Lobdell ([email protected]), and Timothy Smith ([email protected]) to share your concerns. Fair Haven Residents - Meet in the FHUHS Gym - with Michael Bache ([email protected]), Tara Buxton ([email protected]), and Richard Wilson ([email protected]) to share your concerns. Hubbardton Residents - Meet in the Town Hall with Joshua Hardt ([email protected]) to share your concerns. Orwell Residents - Meet on the Town Green with Glen Cousineau ([email protected]), Peter Stone ([email protected]), and John Wurzbacher ([email protected]) to share your concerns. West Haven Residents - Meet at the Grange with Angela Charron ([email protected]) and Tanya Tolchin ([email protected]) to share your concerns. Please note that due to current requirements, gatherings will be limited to 25 people. We would ask that you adhere to current social distancing and mask recommendations. If you are unable to make it or feel more comfortable, you may email your board members at the provided email addresses.
3 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder: You're invited! Come share your thoughts with school board members from your community in a casual setting on June 18th at 6 p.m.
3 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Congratulations Graduates! Here is a link to the pre-recorded portion of the FHUHS Graduation Ceremony (this can be viewed at any time): https://shorturl.at/lM246
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Congratulations Graduates! Here is a link to the pre-recorded portion of the FHUHS Graduation Ceremony (this can be viewed at any time): https://shorturl.at/lM246
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Setup is complete! We're ready to celebrate the Class of 2020!
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Summer Meal Pick Up The last day for meal pick up or delivery in Orwell, Benson and Castleton will be Friday, June 26th. On Friday the meals distributed will be for Friday through Tuesday, June 30th. Starting on Tuesday, July 7th meals will be available for pickup only at Fair Haven Grade School between the hours of 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM. Any child from any town who is 18 years of age or younger can receive meals. When children are not present at the time of meal pick up, a parent or guardian can only receive meals for their child or children. Adults cannot pick up meals for other children when the children are not present with the adult. Bags of meals will continue to be available for pick up at 10:00AM on Tuesdays and Fridays throughout the summer at Fair Haven Grade School. The last day for meal pick up will be Tuesday, August 11th and will include meals through Friday.
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Parents/Guardians of Slate Valley students: This letter (https://5il.co/h6gs) was sent to households on June 12. We invite you to read it. In an effort to include your voices as parents/guardians of Slate Valley students, we welcome your perspectives as we reflect, learn, and plan for the fall of 2020. Here (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FDTZNTC) is the link to a survey we have created in order to collect your input.
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Today is the day! Congratulations to the Class of 2020! We will be posting the pre-recorded portion of the FHUHS Graduation Ceremony at 4 p.m. on the (Fair Haven Union High School - Official Site) Facebook page. This can be viewed at any time. The FHUHS Mobile Reception will be streamed live on the (Fair Haven Union High School - Official Site) Facebook page at 4 p.m. and can also be viewed at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UloPBLxCFo4. The FM Transmission of the Mobile Reception will be available on 103.1 for those in attendance of the reception - Please Note - the FM transmission will only be available for listening within the immediate area that the mobile reception is taking place.
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
This week, Slate Valley is celebrating a different retiree each day with a special retirement spotlight here on social media. Today, we are celebrating Doreen Anderson’s 22 years of service in our district. Congratulations on your retirement Doreen! It is impossible to sum up everything that Doreen has done, and everything that she has meant to our school and community. Doreen has worked in our district for 22 years, starting in the Special Education department. As the Guidance Office Administrative Assistant for the past 14 years, Doreen has been the one to greet students, parents and staff when they enter the guidance office. No matter the situation, Doreen treated everyone with care and kindness. Whether a student was having a bad day, needed a schedule change, or the answer to a question, Doreen was always ready with a smile, or a tissue if need be. Doreen was also immensely supportive to the counselors and clinicians that she worked with. No matter what kind of stress they were under, Doreen always knew what to say to make things better. In addition to the myriad of responsibilities in the guidance office, from transcripts to the award ceremony, Doreen was also the focal point of the graduation committee. Doreen’s wealth of knowledge and level-headed thinking always ensured that graduation was a smooth and memorable experience for our students. From double-checking the program and ordering the honor cords, to helping students learn to step in sync to “Pomp and Circumstance”, Doreen was truly an asset to our school and the lives of our students. Doreen is a treasure to everyone who knows her or had the pleasure of working with her. While we will deeply miss working with Doreen, we are so happy that she is on to new adventures in retirement. Congratulations from your FHU family! By Kate Leathe
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
You're invited! Come share your thoughts with school board members from your community in a casual setting on June 18th at 6 p.m.
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
The FHUHS Mobile Reception can be viewed live on Friday June 12th at 3:45 p.m. by following this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UloPBLxCFo4
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Hello All! The FHUHS Chorus proudly presents a Virtual Concert (view here: https://shorturl.at/jN268) similar to our Coffee House! You are all incredible individuals, and the Slater Nation and the music department are incredibly proud of you; the growth as musicians and inner strength does not go unnoticed! "Make your own kind of music, sing your own song!" Happy viewing and listening! ~ Dr. Eddie
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Good morning, the Budget Re-Vote results are as follows: Yes: 550 No: 812
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
You may view the virtual 2020 Award Ceremony here: https://shorturl.at/eFRV3
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
VSAC Tribute to the Class of 2020! https://youtu.be/mu7jv8uTTEA
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Parents & Guardians: Kindergarten Registration If you have a child that will be age 5 prior to September 1st and will be entering kindergarten in the fall or if you are new to our community and have school aged children who will be attending school in the fall, please register your child(ren). Please note that if you are moving into Vermont from out-of-state, you will have to follow the 14 day quarantine requirement prior to being allowed to attend Slate Valley schools. You may access a registration packet at our Slate Valley Unified School District Website under the Parent section or through this link: https://www.slatevalleyunified.org/o/svusd/browse/68589. Completed registrations can be sent to Deb Robbins, Slate Valley Unified School District, 33 Mechanic Street, Fair Haven, VT 05743. We look forward to having your child(ren) join us and want to begin planning for the transition. Thank you!
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder: Tonight (June 8) - There will be an Informational Meeting at 6:30 p.m.(Please connect virtually by going to meet.google.com/iig-prfw-ngu or by calling (‪US‬) ‪+1 856-485-0395‬ PIN: ‪415 992 197#‬). Tomorrow (June 9) - Budget Re-Vote. Please Note: The proposed budget includes ONLY the expenses necessary to address the operational needs of Slate Valley’s schools in their current configuration for the next school year. Warning: https://5il.co/gct2 Budget: https://5il.co/gepr For more information visit: http://www.slatevalleyunified.org/o/svusd/page/budget--108
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
A video for the Class of 2020! https://shorturl.at/dlps6
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
A video for the Class of 2020! shorturl.at/dlps6
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder: The Budget Re-vote for the district will be on June 9. The Informational Meeting will take place on June 8 at 6:30 p.m. (Please connect virtually by going to meet.google.com/iig-prfw-ngu or by calling (‪US‬) ‪+1 856-485-0395‬ PIN: ‪415 992 197#‬). Please Note: The proposed budget includes ONLY the expenses necessary to address the operational needs of Slate Valley’s schools in their current configuration for the next school year. Warning: https://5il.co/gct2 Budget: https://5il.co/gepr For more information visit: http://www.slatevalleyunified.org/o/svusd/page/budget--108
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Farmers to Families Food Box Distribution The Vermont National Guard will be at Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport on Monday, 6/1, from 10AM-2PM distributing non-perishable food boxes, along with produce, chicken, and dairy products provided by the Abbey Group while supplies last. Anyone is welcome to go pick up food. They will be distributing Farmers To Families meal kits containing meat, produce, and dairy products. They will also be distributing non-perishable food from FEMA. All food will be distributed while supplies last. Visit: https://www.vtfoodbank.org/event/farmers-to-families-food-box-distribution-rutland for more information.
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Fair Haven Union High School is searching for coaches in the following fall sports: JV & V Field Hockey JV Girls Soccer JV Boys Soccer Club Cheer Cross Country Bass Fishing Golf If you are interested in applying for any of these open coaching positions, please contact [email protected]
4 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
The Budget Re-vote for the district will be on June 9. The Informational Meeting will take place on June 8 at 6:30 p.m. (Please connect virtually by going to meet.google.com/iig-prfw-ngu or by calling (‪US‬) ‪+1 856-485-0395‬ PIN: ‪415 992 197#‬). Please Note: The proposed budget includes ONLY the expenses necessary to address the operational needs of Slate Valley’s schools in their current configuration for the next school year. Warning: https://5il.co/gct2 Budget: https://5il.co/gepr For more information visit: http://www.slatevalleyunified.org/o/svusd/page/budget--108
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
A Memorial Day Message from Mr. Rasco, FHUHS Principal: “I believe from the bottom of my heart that our memorial halls and statues and tablets, the tattered flags of our regiments gathered in the Statehouses, are worth more to our young men & women by way of chastening and inspiration than the monuments of another hundred years of peaceful life could be. But even if I am wrong, even if those who come after us are to forget all that we hold dear, and the future is to teach and kindle its children in ways as yet unrevealed, it is enough for us that this day is dear and sacred.” This was an address delivered for Memorial Day, May 30, 1884, at Keene, NH, by Oliver Wendell Holmes. Every year for our Memorial Day assembly observances we invited a number of people to speak. Community members, parents, staff members, and former students spoke on behalf of their experiences and fallen comrades. Not this year. Our FHUHS band would play during our assembly, and then march and play in each of the parades in each of our towns over the weekend. Not this year. Traditional weekend plans of camping and barbequing with family and friends will no doubt have a different feel and look this year. However, Memorial Day is no less significant. It is a day to honor all Americans who died, and in doing so “made immortal their patriotism and their virtue” while serving in the military for our country and for our freedoms. On the very first Memorial Day - then Decoration Day - exercises occurred at Arlington National Cemetery. On May 30, 1868, James A. Garfield (1831–81), then an Ohio congressman who had also served as a major general in the Civil War, delivered the address. I am oppressed with a sense of the impropriety of uttering words on this occasion. If silence is ever golden, it must be here beside the graves of fifteen thousand, whose lives were more significant than speech, and whose death was a poem, the music of which can never be sung. With words we make promises, plight faith, praise virtue. Promises may not be kept; plighted faith may be broken; and vaunted virtue be only the cunning mask of vice. We do not know one promise they made, one pledge they gave, one word they spoke; but we do know they summed up and perfected, by one supreme act, the highest virtues of all citizens. For love of country they accepted death, and thus resolved all doubts, and made immortal their patriotism and their virtue. I love to believe that no heroic sacrifice is ever lost; that the characters of men (and women) are molded and inspired by what their fathers (and mothers) have done. While different we have much to be grateful for. And to the men and women who died for our country and our freedoms we are forever grateful.
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
USA Day at FHU!
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Have some takeout on VSAC Class of 2020! VSAC wants to buy a takeout meal for graduating seniors. Every Friday from now until June 26, VSAC will randomly pick 5 seniors to get a $50 takeout meal from your favorite local restaurant or food business. Here’s what you do: Post a photo with the hashtag #VSACDelivers and tag @802VSAC, and VSAC will choose 5 winners every Friday at 4:30 and be in contact with you about what you want to eat! You’ll also receive a $50 Gift of College card, courtesy of Vermont’s 529 savings plan administered by VSAC. And everyone who posts a photo is entered into a drawing for $529 in the Vermont Higher Education Investment Plan. Want more information? Email [email protected].
4 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Fall sports registration for 2020 is now open through FormReleaf! Sports offered in the Fall include: Football Girls Soccer Boys Soccer Field Hockey Club Cheer Golf Cross Country Bass Fishing If you are interested in participating in a sport this coming Fall season, please make sure to register prior to August 13th, and also get an updated physical on file at FHUHS. New physicals are required every (13) months in order to participate. Please reach out to [email protected] if you have any issues or questions about registering for Fall sports.
5 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Gearing up for golf! #slaternationquarantine
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
No lack of Slater Spirit at FHUHS!
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Deadline to place an order for Basketball Championship Apparel is May 14: https://fhubasketballstatechamps.itemorder.com/sale
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Mr. Hudson is dressed up for this week's Slater Nation Spirit Friday's theme of Cinco De Mayo! #slaternationquarantine
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Senior advisors Mrs. Clement and Mrs. Doran preparing to greet our seniors and give out t-shirts.
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
VPA Press Release: Cancellation of the 2020 Spring Sports Season
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Shaw's supermarket in Fair Haven is now a drop off location for our Food Drive.
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Slate Valley Food Drive: April 27 - May 8
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder: Today from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Rutland Southern VT Regional Airport (1002 Airport Road, North Clarendon, VT) The Vermont Foodbank is working with FEMA and the VT National Guard to distribute MREs at five sites around Vermont. Anyone in need of food is welcome and can receive a seven-day supply of Meals Ready-to-Eat for each member of their household.
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Here are some additional resources for accessing food during this challenging time:
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Slater Nation Spirit Fridays!
5 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
The Student Council has brainstormed a unique way to pull together as a school community during this time! They are inviting students, teachers, and staff to dress up each Friday based on a theme (see poster) and use #slaternationquarantine to share on social media. Also keep an eye out for Student Council members on Mr. Morris' weekly videos to hear them talk about the week's theme.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Listen in on a presentation by FHUHS Librarian Ms. Ehler-Hanson during a recent Youth Services Webinar: Remote/Virtual Programming for Libraries to find out what libraries are doing during this challenging time: https://youtu.be/udcH4Lrr0AU?t=2820
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Dear Parent/Guardian, On March 17, 2020 Slate Valley educators provided students with review and/or enrichment material, and/or information for new learning assuming everyone would return to school on April 6th. As Vermont is experiencing a school closure for the remainder of the year, Slate Valley educators are preparing to move students forward with grade-level expectations in pursuit of Proficiencies and Performance Indicators upon our return from vacation, April 20, 2020. Please read the full letter here: https://5il.co/eqcz
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Good morning! This is a reminder that we will be having Spring Break next week, April 13 though 17.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Beginning on Tuesday, April 7th - meal pick-up locations will change due to a change in the Federal/State Guidelines: Meals will be available for pick up on Tuesdays and Fridays starting at 10:00 AM until noon at the following locations: -Benson Village School -Castleton Elementary School (no longer Fair Haven Union High School) -Fair Haven Grade School -Orwell Village School
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Good evening. Tim Smith, chairman of the Slate Valley School District. I hope everyone is staying home and healthy in these difficult times. Many thanks to our health care providers. While difficult to discuss given the circumstances, I want to remind everyone that our school budget failed on Town Meeting Day by a small margin, 95 votes. The $59.5 million construction bond will be tabled for the foreseeable future, at least until the duration of the virus and its far-reaching impacts are better understood. Nonetheless, we are obligated to re-vote the school budget and hope to have a positive result by June 30th. While we continue to work with VT Govt officials, school administration, and town clerks, it is unclear at this time whether we will be holding an in-person vote by late spring or a mail-in vote. We will keep the public notified of any developments. Public participation is welcome at all of our meetings, however now, the ability of the public to attend is more challenging given the social distancing guidelines. In the past week, Governor Scott amended the open meeting laws whereby a physical location for the public to attend is no longer required. In the same manner that board members participate, the public is invited to attend our meetings in a virtual format. We are scheduled to have a Finance Committee on Monday 4/6 at 5:30pm, the link to attend is: https://meet.google.com/hus-roox-dkq?hs=122, dial in only 1-(502) 947-4166 PIN 781 639 980# We are scheduled to have a regular Board meeting on Monday 4/6 at 6:30pm, the link to attend is: https://meet.google.com/bzx-mcps-foo?hs=122, dial in only 1-(417) 647-1150 PIN 584 195 054# Information can also be found at the Slate Valley website, www.slatevalleyunified.org We appreciate your support and participation. Be well.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Beginning on Tuesday, April 7th - meal pick-up locations will change due to a change in the Federal/State Guidelines: Meals will be available for pick up on Tuesdays and Fridays starting at 10:00 AM until noon at the following locations: -Benson Village School -Castleton Elementary School (no longer Fair Haven Union High School) -Fair Haven Grade School -Orwell Village School
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
The VPA has declared that the spring sports season will tentatively start on April 30th. This date will be re-evaluated in the coming weeks.
6 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
The "in-person" Universal Preschool Screenings for Slate Valley have been canceled. If you signed up for the 0-5 developmental screenings, we will contact you about an alternative method for conducting the screening in the next few weeks.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
A message from the FHU Guidance Dept: The school counselors are waiting to hear from students in grades 9-11 about course requests for next school year. It's important that you look over course offerings and make contact with your counselor so they can put your requests in PowerSchool. Counselors are almost done sending out your education plan for you to review. Many of you should now have access to them. As you work to select courses for next year, use your education plan to see what remaining classes you need for graduation. Students are expected to have this completed by March 31st. Program of Studies: https://5il.co/dj2w [email protected]t.org [email protected] [email protected]
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
March 23, 2020 Update - Meals During School Dismissal Beginning on Tuesday, March 24th we will only have meal pick-up/delivery twice weekly to help maintain social distancing practices. On Tuesdays breakfast and lunch for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will be made available for pick-up or delivery. On Fridays meals for Friday and Monday will be made available for pick-up/delivery Meals will be available for pick up on Tuesdays and Fridays starting at 10:00 AM until noon at the following locations: Benson Village School Fair Haven Union High School Fair Haven Grade School Orwell Village School Meals can be delivered to your home if you have a completed food delivery form on file (https://5il.co/dwgv). Please connect to your school if you have questions. If you are getting delivery at home please leave a cooler out on your porch. This allows for a more efficient delivery process. Meals are available to all children ages 18 or younger. You do not need to reside in our district to pick-up meals. Please note that you can go to any of the schools listed above. You are not restricted to the school that your child attends. Please notify staff at the pick up location if you will be picking up meals regularly and you have any special dietary needs that have medical implications that must be met. **** Due to Federal Guidelines we are not allowed to have Castleton Elementary and Village School as pick up locations because of eligibility requirements. However all Castleton families can pick up at any of the other sites in the district.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
All Slate Valley playgrounds are closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Thank you for your cooperation.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Overwhelmed with information coming from all directions? Our COVID-19 page features information and resources in one central location. Visit www.SlateValleyUnified.org and click on the "COVID-19 Information" link at the top. On this page, you’ll find the latest updates from our district, links to the Vermont Department of Health COVID-19 page, an embedded CDC page, as well as many other helpful resources. It is updated frequently, so check back often.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Update (3-19-20) - Meals During Dismissal: Starting on Thursday, March 19th the school district will make breakfast and lunch meals available to all children ages 18 years old and younger while school is dismissed. Meals will be available Monday through Friday. Friday, March 20th - and each day thereafter a breakfast and a lunch will be available for pick up. Meals will be available for pick up starting at 10:00 AM until noon at the following locations: Benson Village School Fair Haven Union High School Fair Haven Grade School Orwell Village School **** Due to Federal Guidelines we are not allowed to have Castleton Elementary and Village School as pick up locations because of eligibility requirements. However all Castleton families can pick up at any of the other sites in the district. Meals will be delivered to homes if you have a completed food delivery form on file (Link to form: https://5il.co/dwgv). Please contact your school if you have questions. Please note that you can go to any of the schools listed above. You are not restricted to the school that your child attends. Please notify staff at the pick up location if you will be picking up meals regularly and you have any special dietary needs that have medical implications that must be met.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Many parents have already picked up personal belongings and work for the next couple of weeks. If you have not, please make arrangements to do so. You may contact the school with any questions.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
These two companies are offering free Internet services to households during these challenging times: Consolidated Communications Consolidated Is offering students 2 months of free home Internet Service, plus free installation. See the flyer for details. Internet Essentials from Comcast As our country continues to manage the COVID-19 emergency, Comcast is taking immediate steps to help connect low-income families to the Internet at home. Follow this link for further details: https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Attention Essential Workers: Please read this Press Release from the State of Vermont Emergency Operations Center: https://5il.co/dxv2 for important information about childcare. Essential workers who need help finding childcare should visit: https://webportalapp.com/webform/essentialworkers or call 2-1-1 ext. 6
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Homeschool families are also entitled to come for meal pick-ups!
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Please note that you can pick up meals for other families. If you are unable to pick up meals, we will make every effort to get the meals to you. Please call the school to make arrangements.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
We're all ready for meal pick-ups between 10 and 12 today! -- Starting on Thursday, March 19th the school district will make breakfast and lunch meals available to all children ages 18 years old and younger while school is dismissed. Meals will be available Monday through Friday. Thursday, March 19th - a breakfast for Thursday, a lunch for Thursday and a breakfast for Friday will be available for pick up. Friday, March 20th - and each day thereafter a breakfast and a lunch will be available for pick up. Meals will be available for pick up starting at 10:00 AM until noon at the following locations: Benson Village School Fair Haven Union High School Fair Haven Grade School Orwell Village School **** Due to Federal Guidelines we are not allowed to have Castleton Elementary and Village School as pick up locations because of eligibility requirements. However all Castleton families can pick up at any of the other sites in the district. The school district will let you know if the method of distribution is going to change. At some point in the future, meals may be made available for pick up along the bus routes, but we will let you know in advance if and when this change is made. If we make this change, meals will still be available at each of the schools listed above for pick up. However, Castleton and Hubbardton families will still need to pick up meals from one of the eligible sites. We will be sending out a ​form with the meals. We ask that you complete the form and return it to the staff member distributing the meals so that we can get a better idea of who needs meals, but is unable to get to one of the schools listed above for pick up. If you are unable to pick up meals, we will make every effort to get the meals to you. This form will also be made available ​online: https://5il.co/dwgv Please note that you can go to any of the schools listed above. You are not restricted to the school that your child attends. Please notify staff at the pick up location if you will be picking up meals regularly and you have any special dietary needs that have medical implications that must be met.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Important Update: Date: March 18, 2020 To: All Slate Valley UUSD Families From: Brooke Olsen-Farrell, Superintendent Subject: Meals Starting March 19, 2020- Updated Starting on Thursday, March 19th the school district will make breakfast and lunch meals available to all children ages 18 years old and younger while school is dismissed. Meals will be available Monday through Friday. Thursday, March 19th - a breakfast for Thursday, a lunch for Thursday and a breakfast for Friday will be available for pick up. Friday, March 20th - and each day thereafter a breakfast and a lunch will be available for pick up. Meals will be available for pick up starting at 10:00 AM until noon at the following locations: Benson Village School Fair Haven Union High School Fair Haven Grade School Orwell Village School **** Due to Federal Guidelines we are not allowed to have Castleton Elementary and Village School as pick up locations because of eligibility requirements. However all Castleton families can pick up at any of the other sites in the district. The school district will let you know if the method of distribution is going to change. At some point in the future, meals may be made available for pick up along the bus routes, but we will let you know in advance if and when this change is made. If we make this change, meals will still be available at each of the schools listed above for pick up. However, Castleton and Hubbardton families will still need to pick up meals from one of the eligible sites. We will be sending out a ​form with the meals. We ask that you complete the form and return it to the staff member distributing the meals so that we can get a better idea of who needs meals, but is unable to get to one of the schools listed above for pick up. If you are unable to pick up meals, we will make every effort to get the meals to you. This form will also be made available ​online: https://5il.co/dwgv Please note that you can go to any of the schools listed above. You are not restricted to the school that your child attends. Please notify staff at the pick up location if you will be picking up meals regularly and you have any special dietary needs that have medical implications that must be met.
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Per Governor Scott's recent directive regarding the requirements of providing child care for specified groups of essential employees as outlined in the following link we are working to collect information regarding those individuals in need of child care for their children. Please complete this form only if you are in need of child care for your children as defined by Governor's Scott directive (https://governor.vermont.gov/press-release/governor-phil-scott-orders-implementation-child-care-system-personnel-essential-covid) Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1sSylQhJKYFxlBXGB3Wc_bl9Iei8FZLE8mykhz4HsIMc/edit?ts=5e72490b
6 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Social Distancing: What does it mean?
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Starting on Thursday, March 19th the school district will make breakfast and lunch meals available to all children ages 18 years old and younger while school is dismissed. Meals will be available Monday through Friday. Thursday, March 19th - a breakfast for Thursday, a lunch for Thursday and a breakfast for Friday will be available for pick up. Friday, March 20th - and each day thereafter a breakfast and a lunch will be available for pick up. Meals will be available for pick up starting at 10:00 AM until noon at the following locations: Benson Village School Castleton Elementary School Fair Haven Grade School Orwell Village School The school district will let you know if the method of distribution is going to change. At some point in the future, meals may be made available for pick up along the bus routes, but we will let you know in advance if and when this change is made. If we make this change meals will still be available at each of the schools listed above for pick up. We will be sending out a form with the meals. We ask that you complete the form and return it to the staff member distributing the meals so that we can get a better idea of who needs meals, but is unable to get to one of the schools listed above for pick up. If you are unable to pick up meals, we will make every effort to get the meals to you. This form will also be made available online. Please note that you can go to any of the schools listed above. You are not restricted to the school that your child attends. Please notify staff at the pick up location if you will be picking up meals regularly and you have any special dietary needs that have medical implications that must be met.
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Due to increased volume nationwide, our alert system is experiencing difficulties. Please check our website regularly for important updates: https://bit.ly/38JVkpl
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Good evening, As a result of increased volume nationwide, our alert system is experiencing difficulties. The following message was sent out this evening: Due to the issuance of new information by the White House and the rapidly changing situation, all Slate Valley Schools will be closed tomorrow March 17th to both students and non-essential staff. I will follow-up with an update tomorrow. Thank you again for your patience and stay safe. Brooke Farrell, Superintendent
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Given the circumstances, spring sports registration will remain open until March 30th through FormReleaf. Anyone interested in playing a spring sport please register by the new deadline of March 30th. As of now, practices are scheduled to resume on April 6th, but will be re-evaluated over the next few weeks.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
We know that we are in the midst of uncertain times. Please know that we are doing everything within our power as a district to care for the well-being of staff, students and families. The Governor released a declaration today that stated that all students will be dismissed from school no later than Wednesday, March 18th. However, student attendance on Monday, March 16th and Tuesday March 17th is a family decision. Your child will not be penalized for staying home. As a district, in accordance with recommendations from the Department of Health, we are no longer allowing non-essential outside visitors into our school such as volunteers, guest speakers, parents, etc. We will be asking parents to pick up and drop off their students at the front door. If you need to pick up your child during the school day please call ahead to the main office and arrangements will be made to meet you at the front door. If you have a meeting scheduled with school personnel, please call ahead as we are making arrangements to host required meetings by phone or video. This includes Individual Education Program (IEP) meetings and evaluation planning and results meetings that are required by law. In addition, field trips and all after-school events are canceled from this point through at least April 6th. We are working on a plan to offer students at-home learning opportunities and access to a school meals program. We will be asking families whether or not you would like to receive meals while school is dismissed. I will be sending out further communication on this topic tomorrow. Thank you in advance for your support as we progress through these challenging times. Sincerely, Brooke Olsen-Farrell
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Good afternoon, On March 15 at 3:20 p.m., Governor Scott announced that statewide school closure will occur no later than Wednesday, March 18, 2020. The purpose of this message is to provide you an update of the actions the Slate Valley Unified School District will take as it relates to Governor Scott's School Closure announcement. First and foremost, student attendance at school on Monday and Tuesday is a family decision. For these two days, Slate Valley Unified School District attendance procedures will be waived, and no student will be penalized for not attending. Your district leadership teams will be working with our employees to plan for the support of our students and families during the closure of school. To be clear, our primary areas of focus include the wellbeing of our students, families and employees. The plan that we are developing will strive to encompass all of the components that Governor Scott has referenced in his statement/press conference. Thank you for your patience and flexibility as we move forward. You can expect regular communication from our district so that we are keeping you informed. We are doing all we can to make sure these priorities are taken care of to the best of our abilities. Sincerely, Brooke Olsen-Farrell
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
It is with sincere regret that the VPA announces the cancellation of the remainder of the winter sports season, specifically the remaining girls’ basketball tournament games in all four divisions. Given guidance from health officials at both the state and national level, it was necessary to make this difficult decision. Any tickets that were purchased for the upcoming game will be refunded. If you bought a ticket @ FHUHS in person, you can come in by April 10th to be refunded. If you bought tickets online or at the Barre Aud, please contact the VPA for your refund.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Froshmore Dance - March 21
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Tickets for the Girls Basketball State Championship game this Saturday, March 14th @ 3:45 pm will be on sale everyday in the main office from 7:30 am - 3 pm. We will also sell tomorrow, Wednesday (3/11) from 6 am - 7:30 am in the main lobby. Ticket prices are $5 for students / senior citizens, $8 for adults, $9 for balcony.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
Congratulations to both the Bowling & Boys Basketball teams for winning the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP! 🏆🥇
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
The Girls Basketball team will face Enosburg Monday, March 9th @ 8:15 pm at the Barre Auditorium! Tickets will be on sale Sunday from 10 am - 12 pm and then again on Monday from 7:30 am - 12 pm in the main office. Prices are $9 Balcony, $8 Adult, $5 Senior Citizens / Students There is a fan bus which you can sign up for on Sunday and Monday when you buy tickets. We must have a minimum of 10 people sign up by noon on Monday to send the fan bus! Tickets are also available on the VPA website. Please keep in mind, all tickets sold on the VPA website are general admission.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Save the Date: April 4, 6-8 p.m. FHUHS Presents: Laughs to Save Lives Comedy Night hosted by Kolby Felion. All profit goes to Vermont Suicide Prevention.
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Heritage Family Credit Union recently visited the Adulting class at the high school.
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Green Mountain Music District V Festival Friday March 6, 2020 7 PM to 9 PM Mount Saint Joseph Academy High School 127 Convent Ave., Rutland, VT 05701 Concert Ticket Prices: Adults $5 Children/Students $3 Seniors $3 (age 60 or older) Family $15 (4 or more) Concert Order: Middle School String Ensemble High School Jazz Band Middle School Symphonic Band High School Chorus
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
March 3, 2020 Results
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
The Girls Basketball team will host the winner of Hartford / Springfield Friday, March 6th @ 7 pm Ticket sales start at 6 pm. Doors to the gym open at 6:30 pm. Season ticket passes are not valid during the postseason! Ticket prices are $5 for students / senior citizens and $6 for adults. Also, we will be selling boys basketball championship tickets before, at halftime, and after the girls basketball quarter final Friday. Ticket prices for the Barre Aud are $5 students / senior citizens, $8 adults, $9 balcony. We will also sell Tuesday - Friday from 7 am - 3 pm in the main lobby for the boys basketball championship game.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Thursday night: Discover Slate Valley's new approach to happy and healthy young people, 6:30 p.m. at Fair Haven Grade School.
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
The Indoor Track & Field banquet will be held in the FHUHS cafeteria on March 10th @ 6:30 pm!
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
Boys basketball championship tickets will be sold everyday this week in the main lobby from 7:30 am - 3 pm. We will also sell tickets Friday night from 6-7 pm during the girls basketball quarterfinal game if they win tonight! Fan bus Saturday will depart at 1:30 Pm. Please arrive by 1:15 pm. A fan bus sign up sheet will be in the main lobby this week until Friday at noon. We must have at least 10 people sign up to run this bus!
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
Boys Basketball will face the winner of U32 / Montpelier in the DII Boys Basketball State Championship this Saturday (3/7) @ 3:45 pm at the Barre Aud! We will have a fan bus sign up sheet available today in the main office. You can sign up anytime before the end of the day Friday. Also, we will be selling boys championship tickets during the girls playdown game tonight (3/3) @ 7 Pm @ FHUHS. Future ticket sale dates are TBD.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
REMINDER: Spring Sports registration is open! Deadline to register by is March 14th! If you plan on playing a spring sport, please be sure to register through FormReleaf prior to the deadline date. Also, please make sure to have an up to date physical on file. Failure to register or have an up to date physical on file will affect participation! If you have questions about how to register or your last physical date, please see the FHUHS Activities Director.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
Girls Basketball will be hosting Montpelier on Tuesday, March 3rd @ 7 pm for playdowns. Quarter final game will be played on Friday, March 6th @ 7 pm vs. the winner of Hartford / Springfield. Ticket prices for tournament play are $6 for adults and $5 for students / senior citizens. These prices are set by the VPA. (Season tickets are not valid for playoffs) Ticket sales will begin at 6 pm. Doors to the gym will open at 6:30 pm.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Sam Worthing WON STATES at 132lbs, Dylan Lee took 2nd at 152lbs and Sam Worthing got Outstanding Wrestler of the State Tournament!
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Tickets for the semi final boys basketball game in Barre will be on sale tomorrow during lunch in the main office. Also, there will be a fan bus sign up sheet in the main office Monday. Bus departs at 6 pm!
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
Fair Haven will face North Country in the semifinals on Monday night @ 8:15 pm at the Barre Aud! We will be selling tickets on Sunday morning from 10 am - 12 pm @ FHUHS, but you can also buy tickets online through the VPA or at the Barre Aud the night of the game. There will also be a fan bus sign up sheet on Sunday morning and Monday morning available in the main office.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
The Northeast Sports Network will be live streaming the Slaters vs. Milton quarterfinal boys basketball game on Friday, February 28th @ 7 pm. You can watch this game by going to nsnsports.net Just a reminder, once we reach max capacity we will be closing our doors and not allowing additional admissions. Please arrive early if you want to ensure you can watch the game in person.
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Tonight! Prospective Students Open House begins at 6:30 p.m. in the FHUHS gymnasium. Come and BE a Slater!
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Boys Basketball will be hosting Milton on Friday, February 28th @ 7 pm for quarter finals. The semifinal game will be played on Monday, March 2nd @ 8:15 pm vs. the winner of North Country/ Mill River. Ticket prices for tournament play are $6 for adults and $5 for students / senior citizens. These prices are set by the VPA. (Season tickets are not valid for playoffs) Please make sure to arrive early if you want to ensure you will be able to watch the game. Once we reach max capacity, we will be closing our doors and will not allow additional admission. Ticket sales will begin at 6 pm. Doors to the gym will open at 6:30 pm. Students and season ticket holders will enter through the double doors by the cafeteria. All other spectators will enter through the main lobby. If the Slaters win on Friday, we will be selling semifinal tickets for Barre directly after the game and will have a fan bus sign up sheet!
7 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
We would like to invite you to attend our prospective students Open House night this Thursday, February 27th. The evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the FHUHS gymnasium. Come and BE a Slater!
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Students from FHUHS recently attended the OVX rally in Montpelier. They walked to the State House, were introduced to the floor, and met with Fair Haven Representative, Mr. Canfield to discuss the dangers of vaping and flavored tobacco products.
7 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Congratulations Slaters! Cheer took 3rd at states in Vergennes out of 11 DII teams! Sam Worthing won his 100th match this weekend at the SVL Jamboree! Dylan Lee broke Sam Welch’s record (138) for most wins in wrestling this weekend at the SVL Jamboree!
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Discover Slate Valley's new approach to happy and healthy young people on March 5.
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Congratulations to the academic awards recipients for semester 1!
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Night of the Elephant!
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Congratulations to Mr. Tom Blackbird, who had a long and successful educational and coaching career at FHUHS for over 40 years! https://www.rutlandherald.com/sports/vpa-announces-hof-class/article_7f884ac2-ae9f-5872-9cf5-e6a5827156c1.html
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Please join us tonight at 6 PM!
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
The Spring Sports 2020 registration through FormReleaf is now open! If you plan on playing a spring sport, all participants MUST be registered by March 14th, 2020 in order to participate. Failure to register by the deadline date will affect your ability to participate. All athletes must have an updated physical on file at FHUHS as well. FHUHS requires student athletes to have a new physical every 13 months. No athletes will be allowed to participate without an up to date physical. Any questions about how to register, please contact FormReleaf at (844) 367-6735. Spring practices begin on March 23rd. We offer baseball, softball and outdoor track & field!
8 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Please note: March 20th will now be a student day.
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Good Evening Everyone, After a significant amount of deliberation, tomorrow’s District Festival is going to be canceled due to the safety concerns of the road conditions. There is a significant amount of ice on the roads, power outages around the state, and winds are predicted to be between 30-40 mph. Thank you to everyone who put so much time and effort into the planning of the February Festival. It is unfortunate that we need to cancel, but safety needs to be our first priority. We will see you all in March. Thank you, GMMDV Presidents
8 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
All activities including the Prospective Student Night have been cancelled. The Prospective Student Night has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 27th.
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Congressman Peter Welch visited FHUHS on Friday to meet with students. During his visit, he discussed work in Congress and issues students were interested in.
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Dear Parents/Guardians and Future Slaters, What is it like to BE a Slater? What does it take to BE a Slater? Come find out. Speak to staff, students - past and present - and hear for yourself. See a variety of student talent and work on display. We would like to invite you to attend our prospective students Open House night on Thursday, February 6th. The evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the FHUHS gymnasium. The program will consist of the following: -Welcome by FHUHS administration and students. -Highlights of the opportunities available at FHUHS. -Building tours led by members of Student Council. -Meet & greet with classroom teachers to answer questions regarding courses. -Enhanced Work-Based Learning program & other flexible pathways. -Coaches and club advisors will be available in the gymnasium to discuss extracurricular opportunities. -Proficiency-Based Learning & Personalized Learning break-out sessions. The focus of the evening will be introducing parents and students to Fair Haven Union High School and the numerous opportunities available. Parents/students are encouraged to tour the building and to meet teachers as they will be available to highlight course expectations and answer your questions. We look forward to meeting with you on February 6th. Come and BE a Slater! Sincerely, Jason Rasco, Principal
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Last night's basketball game vs. Woodstock was a tribute to Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna.
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
There will be an FHUHS baseball interest meeting on Wednesday, February 26th during inquiry in the gym.
8 months ago, Ali Morgan
Ali Morgan
The 2019 Baseball Championship recognition ceremony has been rescheduled to Monday, February 10th during halftime of the girls basketball game!
8 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Supported Decision Making and Guardianship Options: If you are considering some level of guardianship for your student when they turn 18, please join us Wednesday, February 12 at 6 PM in the FHUHS media center. Guardianship options and supported decision making will be discussed. A Q&A session will follow the presentation. Refreshments and childcare will be provided. Speakers include: Claudia I.Pringles, Esq. (Special Needs Law), Kate Hoover and Dave Ramos (Office of Public Guardian, Vermont Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living)
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
FHUHS Winter Sports Senior Nights are as follows: Boys Basketball - February 12th @ 6:50 pm Wrestling - February 15th @ 9:20 am Bowling - February 15th @ 4:20 pm Track - February 18th @ Halftime of V Boys Basketball Game Cheer - February 18th @ Halftime of V Boys Basketball Game Girls Basketball - February 21st @ 6:50 pm
8 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
FHUHS Drama put on an entertaining performance Saturday evening!
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
Last call for business sponsors for the Hoops for Hope games which will be held on February 12th & 13th! All proceeds go to the Rutland Regional Foley Cancer Center. Business sponsors will be featured on the Hoops for Hope T-shirt that’s our boys & girls basketball plus cheer athletes will be wearing those nights! All it takes is a $50 donation to join! Anyone interested in becoming a business sponsor for these events, please send in your donation with one of the student athletes or drop it off with the Athletic Director prior to January 31st.
8 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Congratulations to the FHU Cheer Team for earning First Place at this past weekend's NVAC competition in South Burlington!
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Congratulations to Fair Haven gymnast Julianna Williams, who competed as an independent Monday and placed first in three events to easily capture first-place honors in the all-around! https://www.rutlandherald.com/sports/slaters-williams-takes-first-in-all-around/article_4f20ffbc-e038-5187-83b5-ff515ded80bf.html
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Fair Haven Union High School (FHUHS) seeks a dynamic and visionary educational leader to serve as its Principal. You may view the full job listing on www.schoolspring.com.
8 months ago, Slate Valley
Ali Morgan
The FHUHS Drama Play tomorrow (1/18) has been postponed due to the predicted incoming storm starting Saturday evening. The reschedule date for this production is January 25th @ 7 pm @ FHUHS
9 months ago, Ali Morgan
Slate Valley
Exam Schedule: Tuesday January 21st: Period 1 exam 8:30 to 10:00, Period 2 exam from 10:15 to 11:45 Wednesday January 22nd: Period 3 exam from 8:30 to 10:00, Period 4 exam from 10:15 to 11:45 Thursday January 23rd: Period 5 exam from 8:30 to 10:00, Period 6 exam from 10:15 to 11:45 Friday January 24th: Period 7 exam from 8:30 to10:00 and then make up from 10:15 on for those that missed or have outstanding PLP work to make up. Bagged lunches will be served after the second exam each day. Students who do not have an exam do not need to be in school. There is no late bus that runs exam week.
9 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder! Join us Wednesday night (January 15) from 6-8 PM as we explore real-time data from the youth in Slate Valley. Working together, we can break through barriers to help our youth thrive. Please bring a cell phone for audience participation. *Refreshments provided. *Childcare available at Castleton Village School. Castleton University (The Casella Theater, Fine Arts Building).
9 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
You’re Invited! Join us as we explore real-time data from the youth in Slate Valley. Working together we can break through barriers to help our youth thrive. Please bring a cell phone for audience participation. *Refreshments provided *Childcare available at Castleton Village School Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6-8 PM, Castleton University (The Casella Theater, Fine Arts Building)
9 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Congratulations to the 2019 Baseball Champs who were recognized at the ceremony on Friday! If you were unable to attend, we will be hosting an additional ceremony this Friday, January 10th during half time at the varsity girls basketball game.
9 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Our Girls Basketball Junior, Courtney Brewster, is up for the Burlington Free Press Athlete of the Week! Congratulations Courtney! Go Slaters!
9 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
A few scenes from the FHUHS Music Department's Winter Concert
10 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
FHU Winter Booster Sports Apparel is now available online: https://fairhavenunion.itemorder.com/ Deadline to order is December 23. Orders will be available for pickup from Eric Ramey at the high school within 2-4 weeks from this date.
10 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder: The FHUHS Music Department invites you to their Winter Concert tonight in the gym at 6:30 PM (Free Admission)
10 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Scholarship Opportunity: Clarkson University, in Potsdam NY, has a new scholarship opportunity. It is a merit based scholarship which covers 4 years of tuition costs for 10 incoming students. Interested in Clarkson? More info is available at [email protected] or 315-268-6480. Filing deadline: Jan.15, 2020
10 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
The FHUHS Music Department invites you to their Winter Concert in the gym on Thursday, December 12 at 6:30 PM (Free Admission).
10 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
You're Invited! Join us as we explore real-time data from the youth in Slate Valley. Working together we can break through barriers to help our youth thrive. Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Castleton University The Casella Theater, Fine Arts Building
10 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder: You’re invited to join us for an informational building tour at FHUHS tonight at 6:30 p.m. starting in the FHUHS Library. Letter to Community Members: https://5il.co/b0t9
10 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Students helping out with Fair Haven Police Department’s 5th Annual Food Drive.
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
American Legion Oratorical Speech/Scholarship Program / Application Deadline Dec 4, 2019 Any student with a strong interest in government, history, or speech should consider applying to participate in the American Legion Oratorical Competition this year. Students in grades 9-12 are eligible. Applications to participate must be filed by December 4th. If you are interested, please come to the guidance office for more information.
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
You’re invited to join us for an informational building tour at FHUHS on November 20th at 6:30 p.m. in the FHUHS Library: •See Facilities Needs •Learn about Slate Valley Innovation Project •Ask Questions
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Slater Nation Basket Raffle Hosted by the FHUHS Girls Basketball Team Sunday November 17th, 2019 (Doors open at 11am, Drawing begins at 1pm) Fair Haven American Legion $5 for admission and a sheet of 25 tickets, $2 for an additional sheet
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Eligibility Dates: The dates for 2019-2020 to process eligibility are Monday, November 4th; Monday, January 27th; Monday, April 6th; and Monday, June 15th. These quarterly "snapshots" will be taken at 3:30 pm.
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
The FHUHS Music Department hosted its Annual Fall Coffee House on Wednesday!
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Fall Cheer!
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Tonight! The FHUHS Music Department invites you to come and hear our wonderful musicians at our Annual Fall Coffee House! October 23rd - 6 p.m. coffee/tea and treats will begin and continue until we are out. Performances begin at 6:30 p.m.
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Senior Night - Girls Soccer!
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Senior Night - Field Hockey!
11 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Reminder - Tonight! You're invited to attend a proficiency-based learning informational night in the FHUHS library. Juniors at 5 p.m. | Seniors at 6 p.m.
12 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Senior Night - Boys Soccer!
12 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
You're invited to attend a proficiency-based learning informational night on Wednesday, October 16 in the FHUHS library. We will discuss graduation expectations related to the new PLP as well as the programs this year’s juniors and seniors will be starting. The Junior portion will begin at 5pm, followed by the Senior portion at 6pm.
12 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Slate Valley Expands Telemedicine School Health Program: http://www.slatevalleyunified.org/article/143327?org=fhgs
12 months ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
We wish to take time to thank all of the local employers for their cooperation in our new Work Based Learning Program for the 2019-2020 school year.
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
-Preliminary SAT(PSAT) testing will take place at FHUHS on October 16th. All Juniors participate in this program. Juniors are already registered and do not need to sign up. -Interested Sophomores: Bring $17.00 check or cash to Mrs. Anderson in the Counseling Office by Mon, Oct 7
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Great game! #SlatersSoccer
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
MAPs/NWEA testing for students in grades 9 & 10 will begin tomorrow, Wed. 9/18 (Period 1). They will continue on Fri 9/20 (Period 2) and Mon 9/23 (Period 3). Please make sure Chromebooks are charged. Also, we suggest you get a good night's sleep & eat a healthy breakfast.
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Financial Aid Forms Night - Thursday, Oct. 10 at 6 pm. https://www.slatevalleyunified.org/article/136169?org=fhuhs
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Slaters Soccer!
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Slaters Field Hockey!
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Our first cross country meet at FHUHS!
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
"Fair Haven freshman forward Brittany Love netted the Slaters’ two goals in their 2-0 victory over the Springfield Cosmos on Monday night." https://bit.ly/2kcVFhd
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
"Evan Reed and Aubrey Ramey combined on two touchdowns and Fair Haven rolled over Lyndon 36-0 in Division II football Saturday." https://www.rutlandherald.com/sports/diverse-slaters-handle-vikings/article_ba58d755-18c0-5e18-a112-f409d24813a3.html
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
FHUHS Fall Season Tickets will be on sale starting this evening - Varsity Girls Soccer game @ 6 pm. Valid for all home FHUHS Fall Sports Regular season only! Home playoff games not included. $30 Adults/$25 for Students&Senior Citizens. Cash or Checks (Made out to SVUUSD)
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
"Boys soccer is back in Fair Haven...fans saw their Slaters extend their record to 3-0 under the lights of Tom LaPlaca Field on Wednesday night by rolling to a 5-1 win over Springfield." https://bit.ly/2k1o1L8
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
"Fair Haven got its girls soccer season off to an impressive start with a 4-0 Southern Vermont League win over Brattleboro Tuesday." https://bit.ly/2ku1xTb
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Fall Community Service Day - We are looking for any community members or businesses that may need help on that day. We are able to send out groups of 10-15 students. If interested, please contact: Julia Adams ([email protected])
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
The advisors for the Class of 2023 invite all Freshmen to join the “FHUHS Class of 2023” Facebook group in order to keep up-to-date on class events.
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Our Slaters fought hard tonight!
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
From the Herald - "As non-conference games go, Friday's opener at Middlebury High School is a good one. Very good. Kickoff is at 7 p.m." https://bit.ly/2ZAtreQ
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
More from last night's game!
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Great game Slaters!
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Fall sports team pictures are scheduled for the following dates/times: 9/5 Cross country @ 3:30 pm Cheer @ 3:45 pm Girls soccer @ 4 pm Boys soccer @ 4:15 pm Football @ 4:30 pm 9/6 Golf @ 3:15 pm Field Hockey @ 3:30 pm Bass fishing @ 3:45 pm See coaches/AD for envelopes.
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
The JV Field Hockey game on (8/29) has been postponed.
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Everyone in the Slate Valley is back and gearing up for an exciting school year! This morning during our district-wide gathering, we recognized some of the many outstanding members of our Slate Valley community. Congratulations to all of our 2019 District Award recipients!
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
We celebrated FHUHS’ own, Dale John “DJ” Perry, for all of his dedicated years and commitment to the Slater football and basketball teams. DJ is the first coach in FHUHS history to receive the Honorary Coach Award! Congratulations !!
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Being on-the-go doesn’t mean you can’t stay connected with your child’s school. Our new app has everything you need to be an active participant in your child’s education Features include: Live Feed, News, Events, Athletics, Documents, Notifications and more.
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Throwback Thursday: State Champs at the State House!
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
The Fall Sports Kick Off Meeting will be on August 16th @ 6 pm. All fall athletes and parents will be required to attend this meeting. Reminder, all athletes must now register for sports online at FormReleaf in order to participate. Registrations are due by August 19th.
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Join host Dan Warnecke as he talks with Melissa Hoyer (and a student helper!) about the Snack Sack program: https://youtu.be/tFywZN5CYv4
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley
Slate Valley
Community members are welcome to attend to tell stories, learn, provide support, and share in a vision for a hate-free Vermont. FB Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/400176637372124
about 1 year ago, Slate Valley