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  • Matthew Roy, Principal 

    Jillian AldrichOffice Manager

    Main Phone: 802-878-1381
    Attendance: 802-857-7004
    Main Fax: 802-879-5598
    School Nurse: 802-857-3389

    School Day Hours: 8 am - 3 pm
    Front Office Hours: 7:30 am - 3:30 pm

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    Please take note of the guidelines and expectations below related to winter weather clothing and recess. It is important for all families to understand we are committed to holding outdoor recess whenever possible, and how clothing choices can impact opportunities for students at recess.

    ***If you need help getting winter clothing for your learner, please reach out to the school so we can put you in touch with our school counselor, principal, or school based clinician to help.***

    • We will hold outdoor recess unless the temperature is below zero with the wind-chill
    • Students who choose to not wear boots to recess are choosing to stay on the pavement
    • When the temperature is below 45 degrees students will be expected to bring a coat outside


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    Recently schools around the state of Vermont were able to name a Vermont Trans Plow Truck that will be on the highways this winter.

    Across the state, students got creative with names like Snow Day Stopper, Green Mountain Plower and Plow-a-Tron 6000. Also in the fleet are Ice Claw, Glacier and Ice Ice Baby. One town truck was named Yogi after the head of Huntington’s road crew. Another group of students named their truck Dorito and gave the driver a bag of the chips. Fleming school named their truck "Mr. Plowington." Click here for the full list of names.

    We were also told that you can track the plows this winter on their website:

    Students with snow plow truck

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  • Reminder from the nurse:

    Please do not send students into school with any of the following symptoms: runny nose, sore throat, headache, fatigue, fever, cough, shortness of breath, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or loss of taste or smell. If students arrive at school with any one of these symptoms, they will be sent home. That being said, please do not send your child into school if they took medication for symptoms, as that means they are not well enough to be in school and likely need to be tested or see a doctor.

    Here are the state guidelines that the school needs to follow regarding when a student can return to school after experiencing any of the symptoms

    If you are questioning whether your child can come to school or not, please contact the school nurse or your child’s primary care provider, and keep your child home until you hear back from your school nurse or provider regarding next steps.

    Health written on a blackboard

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    School Bus

    Morning Arrival

    The earliest a student should arrive at Fleming is 7:45.

    Thank you!


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  • Early Dismissal/End of the day changes for Students

    The end of the day is a rather a busy time for the Office at school, we are implementing a few changes this year.

    1. All end of day changes to a students plan, needs to be called into the office no later than 2:30 so that we have time to follow up with the student/teacher.

    2. We are asking families that need to pick their student up early, to be here no later than 2:30 to do so. Pick ups after this time, are rather difficult due to the traffic at that time, along with the buses arriving soon after for student pick up.

    We understand that emergencies do arise and we can address those if they come up.

    Thank you for understanding and your cooperation.

    Fleming Falcon says goodbye

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  • Visitors in School

    Just a reminder that we are still closed to having outside visitors here at school. That means we can not currently have parents enter the building. If you need to sign your student out early, for an appointment, or if they are coming in late, parents should still not enter the building.

    Ms. Aldrich from the office, will come to the front door with a clipboard for you to sign your child out. Students who are late, can ring the doorbell and come into the building once the door is unlocked and checkin in the main office and then will be sent them to their homerooms.

    If you need to see the nurse for any reason, such as dropping off medication, please call the Health Office at 857-7789, she will arrange a time to meet you outside, in front of the building.

    Thank you for your patience as we navigate the new norm for this school year. We can't wait for the time that it's ok for parents to come back in and volunteer at school, and connect in person!

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