We understand that these are confusing and uncertain times. As we always do during a crisis, we pull together to ensure the safety and health of our students, our schools, our communities, and each other. We have compiled resources to help answer your most pressing questions. In the days and weeks ahead, we will be updating this page with the latest guidance from your union staff, medical experts, education officials, and others. Please don't hesitate to contact your local leaders or us here at Vermont-NEA. We're all in this together -- and we'll get through it together. 

Sign the petition against school employee layoffs

NEW March 30: Vermont-NEA's Guide to Mutual Aid

March 26: President Tinney's Statement on Closure of Schools

Gov. Scott Issues 'Stay Home, Stay Safe' Order, Extending School Closures to April 15

Secretary French Urges Superintendents to Keep School Employees Home 'to Greates Extent Possible'

Need Help? Want to Help? Here's a guide to Mutual Aid Resources in Vermont

March 23: President Tinney - Remember to Stay Safe as We Help Each Other - and Our Communities 

March 23: SBAC and other High Stakes Tests Suspended for Spring

March 23: Revised Guidance Clarifies that Childcare Assignments are Voluntary

President Tinney: Childcare Assignments to be Voluntary

President Tinney: When it Comes to Childcare Proposal, We Must be at the Table

President Tinney's Update March 17: Educators Worried About Safety Can Remain Home

President Tinney's Update March 16

President Tinney's Update March 15

President Tinney's Update March 14

NEW: OSHA Guidance on Safe Workplace Preparation for COVID-19

President Tinney's 'Continuity of Education' Memo

Frequently Asked Questions on Pay, Leave, Childcare and Other Issues

Invest EAP Support

COVID-19 Information from Vermont Department of Health

COVID-19 Information from the National Education Association

Professional Learning Resources (Updated Daily)

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