East Montpelier Elementary School

Mission Statement

  • East Montpelier Elementary School

    The purpose of our school is to teach all children  to become competent, caring citizens and life-long learners through a challenging and relevant curriculum.

Contact Info

  • East Montpelier Elementary
    665 Vincent Flats Rd
    East Montpelier, VT 05651
    PH (802) 223-7936
    Fax (802) 223-3736

Current Events

Announcements

  • Book Club!

    The final meeting of the EMES Dorothy Canfield Fisher Book Club will be held on Tuesday April 23rd from 4 to 5:15 pm in the EMES library.  We will learn about the 30 books on next year's list (2019-2020 nominees), share a snack, and check out books.

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    East Montpelier Report to the Electrorate

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    Revised WCSU 2019-2020 Calendar

     

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    Don’t miss the local screening of DOWNSTREAM: THE EFFECTS OF PARENTAL INCARCERATION – A new film by Brad Salon, on Monday, April 29th at 6:30 p.m., U-32 High School Auditorium

    DOWNSTREAM is a one hour documentary film featuring the compelling stories of those left behind when a parent goes to prison. Vermont children and caregivers share their experiences, revealing the complex and emotional terrain they navigate in the wake of a parent’s incarceration. The film also includes the voices of a number of Vermont leaders and advocates whose perspectives help give larger context to the children’s and family’s stories. Those appearing in the film include: elected and state officials, educators, a law school professor, and a pediatrician. A discussion will follow the film.

     

    RESERVATIONS ARE REQUESTED – See the film trailer and reserve your seat by going to the film web site: www.Downstreamfilm.com.

    Childcare is provided. Please reserve space by emailing rbates@u32.org. Information about other Vermont screening dates and venues is available at: www.lrcvt.org. DOWNSTREAM is produced by Brad Salon, of Bear Notch Productions, in association with Resilience Beyond Incarceration a program of the Lamoille Restorative Center. Washington Central Supervisory Union is hosting this screening. For more information contact Tricia Long at tlong@lrcvt.org or Kelly Bushey at kbushey@u32.org.

    Downstream

     

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