The Orleans Central Supervisory Union believes that education should foster students’ curiosity and encourage them to pursue their interests. Education should support students in problem solving, both with materials and with people. We all know that students have varying learning styles, abilities, and interests, and that they learn in their own way and in their own time. Positive educational experiences provide a firm foundation for children to become life-long learners and productive community members.
It is the mission of the Orleans Central Supervisory Union to ensure all students have a right to an environment that fosters learning and development, celebrates diversity, and promotes inclusion, in a system where schools, parents and community partnerships strengthen opportunities for students and families through developmentally-based programs focused on individual needs in classroom where activities address the strengths, interests and differing abilities of each student.
Public Notice: Special Ed records
School year calendar posted
Blog post: tech tips
Blog post: next gen independent reading
June 20th - last student day
August 23-25 - staff inservice
August 28th - first student day
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