399 West Gilson Ave, WRJ, VT 05001 • 802.295.6800 • mvcs@mvcs.info


2020-2021 Important Dates

  • Teacher – Parent Conferences, October 2nd
  • End of 1st Quarter: November 4th
  • End of 1st Trimester: November 24th
  • Christmas Program Grades P3-12: December 11th
  • Association Meeting: January 11th
  • End of 2nd Quarter: January 22nd
  • End of 2nd Trimester: March 12th
  • Bids for Kids Dinner Auction: March 27th
  • End of 3rd Quarter: April 1st
  • Annual Plant Sale and Art Exhibit: May 28-29th
  • Elementary School Awards Chapel: June 9th
  • Association Meeting: June 1st
  • Last Day of School: June 11th
  • MVCS Senior Graduation: June 12th

School Vacation Dates

  • Thanksgiving Break: November 25th-27th
  • Christmas Break: December 21th-January 1st
  • February Break: February February 15th-19th
  • April Break: April 12th-16th

Open House Dates

  • Dependent on COVID policies
  • Call 802-295-6800 for individual tour
  • Email mvcs@mvcs.info for individual tour

Mid Vermont School News

Monday Monitor – March 15, 2021

Head of School Report- Vermont COVID Protocols COVID regulations are changing! (Copied directly from Vermont Department of Health COVID-19 Daily Update, March 12, 2021) Governor Phil Scott announced on Friday new gathering guidance for people who are not vaccinated: Two unvaccinated people or households can now gather at a time. “You’re not limited to choose just one …

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Monday Monitor – March 8, 2021

Head of School Report Another Distinctive of Christian Schooling Valley Bible Church is teaching a series on Serving God at Work during out adult Sunday school class. Yesterday’s lesson was on ethics in the workplace. We reviewed how Joseph had responded to Potiphar’s wife’s advances, and how when the time came, he chose to flee.  …

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Monday Monitor – March 1, 2021

Changes in COVID Restrictions The Agency of Commerce and Community Development released some new guidance for Vermont residents living in border communities. I hope this clarifies what is allowed and not allowed.  Vermont’s travel policy recognizes that many Vermont border towns are culturally and economically inseparable from the neighboring state’s border towns, and provides common …

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Monday Monitor – February 22, 2021

Head of School Report Welcome back! I hope your students had a wonderful break and are rested and refreshed. I also hope you made some wonderful memories with your children last week. A distinctive of our school is we can bless the Lord together. This past week was a blessing of NOT wearing a mask! …

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