To stay competitive with neighboring school districts, to offer our students what they need and what they expect of us, and to continue to be a sought-after employer by the best and brightest in public education, Lamoille North must push for progress. The Cricket Hill Project allows us to achieve these goals.
Recently Lamoille North and Healthy Lamoille Valley (HLV) came together to host a community town hall focused on vaping. The evening was a chance to talk about these devices, explain how they work, the health impacts of vaping, how students interact with and perceive them, and how to prevent use and help students that may be dependent.
Please click HERE to read the Superintendent's update for May 5, 2023.
If you’re one of the roughly 6,800 people in Vermont who also speaks Spanish, were you taught by Lamoille Union High School’s (LUHS) Caresse Whyte? If you were, we’re glad to hear it!
The Lamoille North Modified Unified Union School District invites sealed requests for proposals for the service of providing Grounds Maintenance Services at three (3) Lamoille North school locations.
While major climate and environmental milestones are being reached across the globe, every action to protect the environment is important. It’s why LNSU has taken steps to become more clean, green, and environmentally conscious.