• East Montpelier School Board Members

    Rubin Bennett, Chair, Representative to the Transportation Committee, Representative to the School Start Time Committee
    80 Carleton Boulevard
    East Montpelier, VT
    223- 7695 (home)
    223-4448 (work)
    rubin@rbtechvt.com

    Stephen Looke, Representative to the WCSU Executive Board, Voting member of WCSU Board, Representative to the Negotiations Committee, Alternate Representative to the School Quality Committee
    1190 Lyle Young Rd
    East Montpelier, VT 05651
    223-0235 (home)
    485-2985 (work)
    slooke@norwich.edu

    Darci Coleman-Graves Voting member of WCSU Board, Alternate Representative to the Transportation Committee, Alternate Representative to the Negotiations Committee, Alternate Representative to the School Start Time Committee
    2528 County Road
    Montpelier, VT 05602
    Dlgraves73@gmail.com
    (802)225-6226

    Lindy Johnson,
    Clerk, Representative to the WCSU Policy Committee
    894 Sodom Pond Rd
    East Montpelier, VT 05651
    223-0384 (home)

    ljohnson@u32.org

     

    Flor Diaz Smith, Vice-Chair, Representative to the School Quality Committee, Alternative representative to the WCSU Executive Board, Voting member of WCSU Board
    805 Horn of the Moon Road
    Montpelier, VT 05602
    223-1113 (H) 249-2279 (W)
    Diazsmith.flor@gmail.com

     

    Truant Officer- Alicia Lyford

  • About the School Board: The East Montpelier School Board is an elected body representing the citizens of East Montpelier with regard to the town's responsibility to educate its elementary school children. As such, the board discusses and makes decisions regarding school policy, finances, and personnel. Board members are chosen by East Montpelier voters at March elections to serve terms of either 2 or 3 years.

    Unless otherwise warned, School Board meetings are held in the East Montpelier Elementary School library. 

    Contacting the School Board: Because its activities are publicly conducted by law, the Board may not engage in private dialogue but welcomes input from East Montpelier community members. Such input will be taken into consideration in planning its normal proceedings. Specific requests for information or other responses will be acted upon as seems most appropriate within legal guidelines.