In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Governor and the Secretary of Education for the State of Vermont directed all schools to close beginning March 18th through at least April 6th, 2020. In anticipation of this closure we’ve been working hard to make sure that our students and families are able to continue to receive our support without any significant disruption.
As a result, beginning March 19th, we opened a “Virtual” Mill School. This school is organized as a combination of internet resources, daily interactive classes led by our teachers and delivered on the Chromebooks we have provided each student, email, frequent texting, and regular phone contact with students and families from our staff. Our objective is to assure that all of our students and families will have access to the many supports that you’ve come to expect from us over the past school year. We will do all that we can to keep everyone connected to our school community every day and to make sure that our students receive an excellent education and have access to the special education services that they need.
We know that this is a time of uncertainty and worry. We want everyone to know that we will be available through it all, and that you can count on us to be a resource for you as we all figure out how to stay together and get through these unusual times.
If you have any questions from now until we are able to return to a normal school routine, please contact our School Director, Sarah Fisher. In addition, we’re providing you with the phone numbers and email addresses of all of our staff members on this website so that you can talk about any issues you may have as effortlessly as possible. We are available to talk to you at any time of day.
Please click on the “Virtual School Plan” banner on this website for more details about our school services and for other useful resources.
Stay safe. Stay healthy.
We’ll get through this!
Spring is coming! And with it a return to school and great Mill School days!
The Mill School Family
Contact us today to learn how we can help your student!