UD#3 School Director Notes

I look forward to another three years of representing the citizens of Shoreham on the Union District #3 (high school / middle school) school board. Thank you for your vote.

This year looks to be a very busy one with a lot to accomplish. I have been selected to lead the UD#3 board’s negotiating team this year as we negotiate with the members of MUHSTA for a new teachers’ contract. MUHSTA stands for “Middlebury Union High School Teachers’ Association.” This includes teachers from the high school and the middle school in Middlebury.

I have been serving as one of the three UD#3 board representatives to the Addison Central Supervisory Union (ACSU) board. The ACSU board consists of three (3) members from each of the boards throughout the ASCU, including UD#3 (MUHS / MUMS), Mary Hogan School (ID#4) in Middlebury, as well as the elementary schools in Shoreham, Cornwall, Bridport, Ripton & Salisbury. The 21 member board meets 4-8 times per year and all meetings are open to the public, as well. It is at the ACSU “big board” level where the Superintendent and other central office staff are hired and supervised, along with some of what is called the “shared staff” that works at various schools across the ACSU, like physical education, special education, technology, and other shared duties.

If you have any questions about the Middlebury Union High School, Middlebury Union Middle School or the ACSU, please feel free to give me a call at (802) 897-2882. I would be happy to answer any questions or speak to any concerns that you may have.

Bill O’Neill


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