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Go to the 2012 Annual Performance Report Page to get instructions and help on the Pilot Attendance Study including two video screencasts. 

Go to the Filemaker Pro Page to give input and learn about the database upgrade being worked on.

 

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In 2012 so far, the Vermont Department of Health has received seven reports of outbreaks of acute gastrointestinal illness in institutional settings. Outbreaks have been reported in several settings, including long-term care facilities, a correctional facility and a college. Three outbreaks have been confirmed to be caused by norovirus. Tips to prevent the spread of norovirus: Practice proper hygiene, Ill people should not prepare food for others, Clean and disinfect contaminated surfaces, Wash laundry thoroughly, Cohort ill people, Report outbreaks by calling (800) 640-4374.

Contact: Brett LaRose at (802) 865-7734 or brett.larose@state.vt.us

 

The Dollar General Literacy Foundation supports nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and libraries that offer literacy programs in communities served by Dollar General in 38 states. Currently the Foundation is accepting grant requests through the following programs: Adult Literacy Grants support nonprofit organizations that provide direct services to adults in need of literacy assistance. Family Literacy Grants support family literacy service providers that combine parent and youth literacy instruction. Summer Reading Grants help nonprofit organizations and libraries with the implementation or expansion of summer reading programs for students who are new readers, below grade level readers, or readers with learning disabilities. Online applications for the three programs described above must be submitted by February 28, 2012. In addition, Youth Literacy Grants support schools, public libraries, and nonprofit organizations that work to help students who are below grade level or experiencing difficulty reading. The application deadline for this program is May 16, 2012. Visit the Foundation’s website to access guidelines for each grant program.

 

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Click on the Legal Page to view an update around ACT 1, Sexual Abuse Training and the responsibilities of schools.

  

Supper served at snack time TV clip

 

http://www.wcax.com/story/16500781/burlington-starts-serving-supper-at-school?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=6630234#.TxAqPfCkz3E.facebook 

 

 

http://y4y.ed.gov/  This rich website was recently released by USDOE and has 30 minute course modules that can be taken anytime.  It seems really well designed and programs in other states including NH have reported it to be valuable.  In particular the model lends itself to some self directed staff training.  

 

 

 

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