Early Education Collaborative and EEE
Green Mountain Union High School
716 Rte. 103 S. Chester, VT 05143
802-875-2146 ext.255 and EEE ext. 256
Early Education Collaborative
Phone: 802-875-2146 x 255
The Two Rivers Supervisory Unions Early Education Collaborative is a partnership between TRSU and qualified early childhood programs. The Collaborative has been serving district preschool aged children since 2005. It's current partners include:
- The Little School, Weston
- Stepping Stones Preschool, Cavendish
- Windsor County Head Start through its Chester Community Preschool classrooms in GMUHS
- Suzy's Little Peanuts, Playworks, World of Discovery III, Safe'N'Sound, and Squeaky Sneakers in Springfield
- Saxtons River Montessori School, Saxtons River
Educational opportunities are provided through individual and interactive play experiences to support each child's development within the social/emotional, communication, self-help, motor coordination, and early learning skill areas.
The Collaborative is committed to working with high quality community based private providers of early education that meet high accountability standards where they are available within the school district. All three and four year olds who are residents of Andover, Baltimore, Cavendish, and Chester are offered an opportunity to attend one of these programs for 10 hours weekly for 35 weeks within the school year.
We believe that when children participate in high quality preschool programs they are better prepared for entrance into elementary school. The mission of TRSU Early Education Collaborative is to create opportunities for all families to have access to high quality preschool programs to prepare children for their future educational experiences.
Early Childhood Special Education: Essential Early Education (EEE)
Director: Laurie Cloud
Phone: 802-875-2146 x 256
Speech and Language Pathologist- Maryann Bastian
Phone: 802-875-2146 x 231
For residents of Ludlow, Mt. Holly and Plymouth, please return to the TRSU home page and go to the link for your town's local elementary school.