Kits are FREE to all children 18 and younger. Meal Kits for Kids is a bag of food to make healthy breakfast and lunch for 7 days. Sign up for Meal Kits at Mettawee or Currier by emailing Stephanie Gates at sgates@brsu.org. Please see the Food Service page for more information. https://www.brsu.org/page/food-service
13 days ago, Celeste Keel
The Intra-District School Choice process is open from July 1 through July 31 for families that live in a T&G town. Please visit the website for more information. https://www.brsu.org/o/brsu/page/intra-district-school-choice
13 days ago, Celeste Keel
Healthy Kids Programs will be partnering with the Currier, Dorset, Manchester, Mettawee, and Sunderland Schools for the 2024-2025 school year to provide the after school programs. Please visit the ASP Resources page on the Bennington-Rutland Supervisory Union website for more information.
2 months ago, Celeste Keel
ASP Program
The annual reports for the Mettawee School District and the Taconic & Green Regional School District are available online. Hard copies will be available next week. They are available on the Annual and Town Reports page.
5 months ago, Celeste Keel
The Taconic & Green School Board opens its fiscal year 2025 budget deliberations at a meeting this Tuesday, December 5th at 6:30 pm. The public is invited to attend in person at the BRSU or online. Check with BRSU.org for more details.
7 months ago, Bob Niles
T&G Budget Deliberations
It's electric! The new MEMS electric bus lights up the Manchester Tractor Parade -- live on Saturday Night, December 2nd.
7 months ago, Bob Niles
MEMS Electric Bus
On Saturday, December 2nd, BRSU Superintendent Randi Lowe held her second "Coffee Klatsch" with local residents to discuss the future of BRSU schools with a standing room gathering at the Bromley Market in Peru. Look for updates on details for the next school conversation over coffee taking place in early 2024.
7 months ago, Bob Niles
Bromley Market Coffee Klatsch
Off to a good start. BRSU Superintendent Randi Lowe conducted the first of four "Coffee Klatsches" on Saturday, November 4th at Charlie's in Manchester. The agenda was an open-ended conversation about our schools. Next up - Coffee with the Superintendent on Saturday, December 2nd from 8:30-10 am at the Bromley Market in Peru.
8 months ago, Bob Niles
BRSU Coffee Klatsch at Charlies's in Manchester.
Coffee Klatsch with the Superintendent: Join Superintendent Randi Lowe for a cup of coffee and to share your thoughts and ideas for BRSU schools as we look ahead. Saturday, November 4, 8:30-10:00 am @ Charlie's Coffee House in Manchester
8 months ago, Celeste Keel
coffee talk
It's Electric! The first of four electric buses for the BRSU arrived this week at the Manchester Elementary Middle School (MEMS). When all on site, two will be stationed at MEMS with the remaining duo at The Dorset School. BRSU Superintendent Randi Lowe, MEMS Principal Harrison Shulman, and BRSU Director of Transportation Derek Chalmers proudly inspect the latest addition to the BRSU fleet. Just remember ... if you see a bus with a blue bumper ... It's Electric!
9 months ago, Bob Niles
BRSU Superintendent Randi Lowe, MEMS Principal Harrison Shulman, and BRSU Director of Transportation Derek Chalmers take a look under the  hood.
MEMS Principal Harrison Shullman checks out the charger for the electric bus.
Proud owners of the new electric bus: Director of Transportation Derek Chalmers, MEMS Principal Harrison Shulman, and BRSU Superintendent Randi Lowe.
If you see a bus with a blue bumper: It's Electric!
Welcome to our new website!
over 1 year ago, Bennington-Rutland Supervisory Union
stack of books with a tablet on top