Our mission is to work in partnership with local communities to prepare our students to become lifelong learners and gain creative and critical thinking skills and knowledge in order to become productive contributing citizens.
On behalf of our staff and students, welcome to Lamoille North Supervisory Union. Lamoille North Supervisory Union proudly serves the school communities of Belvidere, Cambridge, Eden, Hyde Park, Johnson, and Waterville with five elementary schools, the Lamoille Union Middle School, Lamoille Union High School, and the Green Mountain Technology and Career Center.
Our instructional and support staff is the finest in the state. Our teachers and coaches are always excited to welcome you into their classroom as well as the playing fields of our wonderful athletic programs. Our facilities are well maintained and include a great deal of technology in our classrooms.
To students, the secret to success in your educational experience in any grade is simple: Work hard at everything you do in school, and make your family life part of your school life. At home, talk about the great things that occur during the day. Ask for help and feedback when completing homework assignments. Encourage family members to participate in open houses and performances at your school. The more you and your family participate in school activities together, the more successful you will be as a student.
Please remember that every student is an important member of our school communities. You should always feel comfortable speaking to an adult in your school when you have challenges that you cannot overcome by yourself. We are all committed to guaranteeing that your day to day experiences are positive ones and we are all committed to making that happen for you.
For parents, please feel free to contact your school’s principal to find out how you can become more involved in your student’s school by volunteering. It is a great way to learn more about the school community and your child’s education.
Welcome to the Lamoille North Supervisory Union family.
Joseph A. Ciccolo
Superintendent of Schools