Public Service Announcements
CHILD CARE FOR ESSENTIAL PERSONS
ELIGIBILITY, REQUIREMENTS & INFORMATION
During the Dismissal Period schools have been directed to provide care for children whose parents/guardians are considered ‘Essential Persons’ during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Anticipated Start Date for this service is Monday, March 30th, 2020
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
· The complete ‘Essential Persons’ list can be found here: https://vem.vermont.gov/essentialpersons
· School Age Children thru Eight Grade
· PreK students who are already enrolled in PreK programming for Windham Central Supervisory Union
· A completed ‘Child Care for Essential Persons’ form, including the health form
· A copy of your child(s) immunization record must be submitted
We will not provide services to children until we have received and reviewed completed forms
Drop in childcare is not permitted
· If necessary, our district nurse may ask for additional health information
· Forms should be emailed or scanned to email@example.com
o This will provide for the quickest and easiest turn around
· If you are unable to submit these forms online, you can drop them off at your child(s) homeschool location with the Administrative Assistant
o This is subject to change
Once all forms are received and reviewed you will receive a confirmation with further details
CHILD CARE CENTER
· Child Care for Essential Persons will take place at Jamaica Village School
· Operational hours will be from 7:30am – 5:00pm, Monday thru Friday
· We WILL NOT be providing transportation
Dates and Hours are subject to change during this evolving crisis
We will continue to update and provide information as it becomes available to us.
We at WCSU ask for your patience as we navigate this directive
Kiley Boyd, Director of After School & Summer Programs
(To be completed by end of September)
"Bus Rules" as provided by West River Transportation
Free And Reduced Update
The Windham Central Supervisory Union serves nine towns in a geographically diverse area of southern Vermont, which includes the West River Valley and mountain ski areas. Geographically, it is the second largest Supervisory Union in the state covering 365 square miles and more than 150 miles of connecting roads.
Our Supervisory Union serves approximately 1000 students within the communities of Brookline, Dover, Jamaica, Marlboro, Newfane, Stratton, Townshend, Wardsboro, and Windham.
"Windham Central Supervisory Union provides leadership and resources to ensure a strong educational system for all students."
Windham Central Supervisory Union will...
- place students at the center of decision-making.
- build trust and respect by acting ethically, transparently, and with integrity.
- operate as a community of learners, committed to developing the skills and capabilities of all.
- collaborate, share and seek creative solutions.