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School begins at 7:55am and are released at 2:10pm

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So if you cant get an appointment with your student's teacher on one of those days we can schedule ANY day, all year long!

To see what is avail on the 8th and 9th check here:

Contact Mrs. Barcomb in the guidance office at 802-864-8470 or by email at to schedule on another day.

Vermont Congressman Peter Welch, Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, BSD Superintendent Yaw Obeng, and Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger came to Hunt Middle School on Tuesday, September 22nd to highlight a new Bill being proposed in Congress (Digital Learning Equity Act) as well as its connection to Hunt and Edmund’s Middle School’s upcoming Digital Promise launch of iPads for every middle school student..


Digital Promise and Vermont Congressman Peter Welch want to make sure all kids have access to the internet at home.  As stated on WCAX, “There are plenty of computers at Hunt Middle School in Burlington for kids to get online. But when many kids get home, they can't do homework assignments because their families either don't have computers or internet access.”


"When we have equity of access equals to opportunity and then to outcomes for the young people you see behind me." Burlington School Superintendent Yaw Obeng said.


"And it's not just about school, it's about the workforce of the future, because here in Vermont and across the country, by the end of the decade, every employment, every kind of job, is going to require that you have digital skills," said Jessica Rosenworcel of the FCC.


According to a study by the Pew Research Center, seven of 10 teachers assign homework that requires students to have internet access, but one-third of homes do not have broadband services.


Hunt is one of the two Verizon Innovative Learning schools in VT.  A Verizon Innovative Learning School (VILS) is an innovative middle school environment that extends learning beyond the walls of the classroom. Verizon has provided every student and teacher a mobile tablet and Verizon Wireless 4G LTE data plan through their national partner, Digital Promise.  The technology allows them access to the internet anytime and anywhere. In addition, educators receive training on the most effective ways to integrate mobile technology into instruction across all subjects.  


The iPads will be given to students at a school wide rollout with families very soon.  Details to follow.



Didn't get your picture taken on the September 8th or forget to bring the money in on time?  No worries!  Picture Retake is October 15.  You can order your package on line and then your student does not have to worry about bringing cash to school!  Click on the above banner for more information.
Burlington and Winooski Continue Partnership to Redesign School for All Learners with Support from the Nellie Mae Education Foundation

 Burlington, Vermont – Three years ago, Burlington and Winooski School Districts partnered together to pursue a multi-million dollar grant from the Nellie Mae Education Foundation to redesign education to support the success of all learners in today’s rapidly-changing, global society. Selected from dozens of schools competing to win the grant, the two districts have spent the past three years supporting a systemic shift in the way teachers teach, students learn, and families and community interact with the schools.
This year, in a show of confidence for the work in progress, the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, the largest charitable foundation in New England dedicated exclusively to education, has awarded an additional year of funding for this important work.  see more...

Harassment, Hazing and Bullying Policy and Procedures
                                                                                                                                                    Burlington, Vermont – The Burlington School District has created a unified Harassment, Hazing and Bullying Prevention Policy and accompanying Procedures document in accordance with a model policy developed by the Agency of Education. Upon review of the unified policy and procedures at the July 28 meeting of the District's Governance, Policy and Advocacy Committee, the Committee voted to recommend adoption at first reading by the Full School Board at their August 11 meeting. This will enable the policy and procedures to become effective prior to the beginning of the school year. The documents are available for review via the District Website ( as attachments to the July 28 Agenda of the Governance, Policy and Advocacy Committee, or directly at
The most notable change in the new policy is that it combines three distinct policies into one and offers related procedures, thus providing a thorough and consistent approach to addressing incidents of harassment, hazing and bullying. Burlington School District Director of Equity Henri Sparks met with the District's attorneys and recommended minor changes to the state's model policy specific to the needs of Burlington Schools.
BSD Staff training is scheduled to begin in August, with training continuing throughout the school year for students, parents and community members.