January 28, 2022
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Welcome to White River School 

COVID-19 Updates

The district administration receive regular, at least daily updates and alerts from the Vermont Department of Health (DOH), the Vermont Agency of Education (AOE) and the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The notices we receive are specific to the virus in Vermont, and specifically to what Vermont schools should be doing to prevent the virus from spreading. Visit the COVID-19 Updates page for information on how the Hartford School District is addressing the situation.


School Safety Tip Line

The school district has a safety team that includes representatives from schools and programs across the district, the Hartford Police Department and the Hartford Fire Department. We follow procedures and protocols that are used nationally to keep children and staff safe in school. Recently it was recommended that we initiate an&...


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BIPOC Family Resource Group

The Hartford School District BIPOC Family Resource Group (BIPOC: Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Family Resource Group and Affinity Space to provide a safe space for people with shared experiences as it relates to being BIPOC in the school district and the Upper Valley. The group provides an opportunity to share experiences, learn from...


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School Board Engagement Meeting

** UPDATE: The location of the school board meeting has been changed to the Hartford High School Cafeteria to accommodate for anyone who wants to attend in person and respect our COVID-19 practices. ** Please join your Hartford School Board, for it's regular "Community Engagement Meeting", to discuss possible changes in the Hartford sch...


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A Message from the Vermont Department of Health

It’s hard having a sick kid, but it’s important to keep them home from school until they get better. Get them tested if they have any COVID symptoms, may be a close contact, or have taken part in activities that could put them at risk. http://healthvermont.gov/testing


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