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Greetings Parents/Guardians and Community Members,
Thank you to all who were able to participate in the Community Forums and contribute to our system vision. I wanted to give you an individual opportunity to share your thoughts regarding your child's school. This information will assist me in the analysis of areas that need improvement in specific schools. Your responses will also contribute to the development of our Strategic Plan and Multi-Year planning process. 
Click here to complete the survey. 
Please take 10 minutes to support our schools and provide this feedback by Monday, November 30. Thank you. 
Yaw Obeng, Superintendent
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Introducing the EES Blog
We are excited to introduce our new Blog.  The purpose of the Blog is to provide a more interactive platform for our community.  We want to be able to allow you to see more of what is happening within our school more easily.  The Friday Flash will be posted as will links to things happening in different classrooms throughout the school as faculty and students share their efforts and activities with you.  The Blog will be livelier and you will be able to provide your email address so that you can be notified of updates.  We're still in process of making things look good and have a little way to go.  The Blog is located below this announcement, so please take a minute to scroll down on this page to see the Blog and to enter your email address for updates.  
Link to EES Blog
Small technical difficulty.  You can see the EES Blog at this link including the slideshow from the parade: 

Investment and Student Achievement: Money Matters When Equity is at Issue
It is important that discussions of education funding keep in mind the impact of investment on achievement. A longitudinal study of per pupil investment and student achievement was conducted involving 1355 Vermont students and 56 schools. The results of the study indicated statistically significant relationships between student outcomes and investment which grew stronger over time.The brief can be found at the following link: 
Dr. Mathias is the principal of Edmunds Elementary School.