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Vermont All State Music Festival will be held this year here at MVU for the first time since 1992. The festival will occur from May 4 – May 7 and we will need housing for students coming from a distance. If you are interested in helping out, click on the link below to fill out a housing form.
Congratulations to the MVU Science Fair Students for a job well done. Click here for detailed results
Valeria Luciani of ITALY
MVU’s EF Exchange Student
HIGHGATE SPORTS ARENA IS BACK IN THE KRAFT HOCKEYVILLE COMPETITION FOR 2016 ! ! !
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“The Home of the Thunderbirds“
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MVU is committed to building an active learning community where all are accountable to ensure students develop the skills and knowledge to grow into responsible and productive citizens
Missisquoi Valley Union Middle and High School is a grade 7-12 public school located in Northwest Franklin County. The school campus contains two main buildings. The original school was constructed in an open design format with five circular, self contained pods to house the more than 1000 students expected from the sending towns.
Our mission is to provide opportunities for all students to achieve their individual potentials in a diverse and respectful environment where high standards of academics, ideas and people are valued. MVU is committed to building an active learning community where all are accountable to ensure students develop the skills and knowledge to grow into responsible and productive citizens.
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MVU NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
MVU fully supports the philosophy and intent of Title VI, Section 504, Title IX and all federal regulations promulgated therein. MVU will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, marital/civil union status, sexual orientation, gender identity, economic status or handicapping condition, nor shall any student or employee be excluded from participation in any program because of such. Citizens desiring information relating to our non-discrimination policies or who wish to file a complaint may do so by contacting the Principal at MVU, 100 Thunderbird Drive, Swanton VT Telephone: 868-7311 ext. 125 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
|Rachel McIntyreTitle IX Coordinator100 Thunderbird DriveSwanton, VT 05488Phone: 802-868-7311||Jay Hartman504 Coordinator100 Thunderbird DriveSwanton, VT 05488Phone: 802-868-7311|