Rnesu Master Agreement
Collins, 53, recently agreed to resign on June 30 in a separation agreement with the Burlington School Board as superintendent of the Burlington School District. This happened when the Board of Directors discovered a district budget deficit that has been under development for years and is $2.5 million. A native of Indiana, Collins earned his bachelor`s degree in elementary education from Purdue University. She graduated in specialized pedagogy from California State University-Northridge before earning her master`s degree in specialized pedagogy from the University of Northern Colorado. In 2002, she received a certificate of educational studies from St. Michael`s College. In 2011, she was recognized by the Vermont Superintent Association as the best superintendent in the state of Vermont. She also gained national recognition as a specialized educator before becoming an administrator. “I really should have insisted that I bring in a team if I let this CEO go,” she said. “There was no transition team, and it would have been better to get the budget in order.” That led last week to a mutual departure of the roads, Collins said. However, in answer to the first question, Mr. Collins stated that she was well aware of the qualifications of Brenda Fleming, RNeSU`s Director of Business. “I have to be true to my own values and respect those of others,” she said.
“I keep my head up and respect the point of view of others. I was the “it” and I sold a lot of papers. Also, keep an eye on the price, and I understand that the price of students is a result. “What I appreciate most is the community`s investments in its schools,” she said. “It`s not about consolidation, it`s about the strength and commitment of the Community. I`m going to get up and fight for the little schools. I fully accept this request. The Board of Directors and Research Commissions met after the end of the public forum and interviewed Collins a second time. Darlene Kelly of the Sudbury Board of Directors and a member of the research committee said that the forum had really informed the Board`s questions for the second time. If you want to keep an eye on Vermont`s educational news, sign up here to receive a weekly email containing all VTDigger reports on higher education, early childhood programs and K-12 training policy. She also said that with all the media attention on the subject and her resignation, she had learned to maintain her serenity. About 40 people came to the Otter Valley Union High School Library Forum on Monday night to meet with candidates who wanted to replace rNeSU Superintendent John Castle, who is leaving a superintendent position in his northeastern kingdom after five years.
The candidates who were to run were Collins and Carl Chambers. Chambers, however, called Board Chair Carol Brigham on Friday to say he was holding back from looking for RNeSU superintendents to take up a position as program director for the Southeast Supervisors Union in Windsor and said he was much closer to his home in Bellows Falls. It was spent more than an hour on a Q-A with the remaining candidate, Collins, before interviewing her second interview with the committee and the board of directors. “When we ended last night, Jeanne said she wanted a candidate she could be compared to,” Kelly said. “It makes me feel like she understands where people come from.” BRANDON — Choosing one of them is not a choice.