3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
2:20 PM - 4:30 PM
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Report Absences 802-865-5318
Monday, Tuesday. Thursday, Friday
Sixth Grade begins at 7:55am and are released at 2:55pm
Seventh & Eighth Grade begins at 8:00am and are released at 3:00pm
Sixth Graders are released at 2:05pm
Seventh & Eighth Graders are released at 2:10pm
Conferences are on March 27 and 28. Please log on to the conference website at ptcfast.com/schools/hunt_
Come to: “Dinner and Conversation”
on Tuesday March 18th at 6:00pm in the Hunt School Library
- A free dinner featuring Asian food
- Conversation between groups of students and parents about issues important to Hunt students
* Child care will be provided
homework, drugs/alcohol and school life.
Every student who brings a parent/guardian will win a prize!!
Sponsored by STOP and VKAT &
Hunt Family /School Partnership
BEST FRIEND OR WORST ENEMY
How do we keep ourselves and our children safe in the emerging world of electronic communication and social media?
Join Detective Nash of the Burlington Police Department for an evening of discussion in the Hunt Library on March 26th from 6-7:30 PM,
Dear Hunt faculty and staff and parents
I want to thank you for taking the time to meet the four candidates for the Hunt principal position last week. It is clear from the thoughtful feedback I received that those of you involved took the responsibility seriously and truly care about the leadership of our school community.
To update you on where we are in the process, the Principal Search Advisory Committee met Thursday morning and sifted through the feedback received, sharing their joint impressions with me. I plan to follow up with the candidates on questions raised and check references this week. I am hopeful that shortly after vacation we will have a candidate to bring forward to the Board. Ultimately, it is all of the pieces of the process- the interviews, the reference checks, and my conversations with the candidates, that lead to the final decision I must make. Your input was invaluable to this process.
I especially wish to thank Nikki Fuller and the Principal Search Advisory Committee for their work to get us to this stage, Kathy Mathis for keeping things moving smoothly as she drove candidates to their various appts, and the faculty and staff for being welcoming during the tours and informal parts of the day.
March 3 No School
March 4 No School- Town Meeting Day!
March 11 3rd Quarter Progress Reports go Home
March 13 Orchestra Night @ BHS
March 17 Spring Athletics Sign-Up and Informational Meeting
March 18 Dinner and Conversation, 6pm
March 21 Parent Coffee with the Principals, 8am
March 22 Pancake Breakfast and Silent Auction
March 22 Jr. Iron Chef at the Champlain Expo
March 26 Electronic Communication- Best Friend of Worst Enemy? 6pm
March 27 Early Release, Noon
March 27 Parent/Teacher Conferences, 1pm- 7:30pm
March 28 No School
March 28 Parent Teacher Conferences, 8am-12pm
March 31 Spring Athletics Tryouts Begin
September 18, 2013
CCTA Behavior Expectations for Riders
In recent weeks, there have been a couple of behavior incidents on our neighborhood special buses. We have immediately addressed these incidents, both through appropriate consequences and better staffing of the buses. We are continuing to work with BSD Directors and CCTA staff regarding bus safety. Our goal is to ensure that all students travel safely to and from school.
This year BSD and CCTA are piloting a new ridership plan. The pilot plan allows all BSD students to ride the neighborhood specials and all CCTA buses between the hours of 7am and 7pm, with their BSD student ID card. This has led to increased ridership of our neighborhood specials. While we sort out the details of this change, please review the following safety information with your student(s).
To ensure the safe travel of all students, we are sharing the safety practices used by CCTA drivers when transporting passengers.
- Be Safe: Remain seated, facing forward and listen to the bus driver and bus monitor. Please board in an orderly single file manner. Throwing objects from the bus or sticking anything including body limbs out of the bus window is not allowed.
- Be Respectful: Keep hands, feet, and objects to self and follow directions. Thank the driver when exiting. Do not shout or talk in a loud disturbing manner.
- Be Responsible: Keep belongings in your backpack and keep your backpack on your lap or under the seat.
Please refer to the letter that was sent home at the start of school for more details about CCTA rider expectations.