October 26, 2021

Request for Proposals

Open RFPs 

 


Awarded RFPs

RFP: Operation and Management of the Hartford School Food Service Program
Posted: 05-18-21
AWARDED TO: The Abbey Group

The Hartford School District requests proposals for the operation and management of the School Food Service program for the District. Proposals are due in the Office of the District by 2:00PM on June 16,2021, 73 Highland Ave, White River Jet., VT 05001. Proposals will be accepted from food service management companies "FSMC". The proposal will be for a period of one year with the option for four additional one-year renewals.

The Hartford School District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals received or any parts thereof, to waive any informality or technicality in any proposal or in any provision in the request for proposals, to require a modification of the contract terms at any time, and to select the bidder who, in the opinion of the District, will meet the best interests of the District,
provided that nothing herein shall be deemed to waive any requirement of federal, state or local law.

Hartford School District is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution.

Please address any questions concerning this request to:
J H Vezina, Business Administrator
Hartford School District

 

RFP: Construction Management Services
Posted: 08-14-19
CLOSED: PROJECT ON HOLD

The Hartford School District (District or Owner) is seeking proposals and qualification from qualified Construction Management (CM) firms for renovations to the Hartford Area Career & Technology Center (HACTC) at 1 Gifford Road, White River Junction, VT. Per The Vermont School Construction Planning Guide, the District first seeks to create a list of qualified Construction Managers, and then after a qualified list is established, only the qualified CMs will have their fee submission opened.

For full details and application information, please download the complete RFP.

 

RFP: Strategic Plan for Inclusivity and Equity
Posted: 04-12-2019
AWARDED TO: Vermont Partnerships

The Town of Hartford (TOWN) and Hartford School District (HSD) of Hartford, Vermont invite proposals for their Strategic Plan for Equity & Inclusion project. Organizations and companies with prior work experience in the area of equity and inclusion strategic planning are invited to submit proposals. To be considered, all proposals must be received by the time specified under "SUBMISSION DEADLINE."

For full details and application information, please download the complete RFP.

 

RFP: DBS & OQS After-school Program
Posted: 03-15-2019
AWARDED TO: Creative Kids Adventures, Inc.

The Hartford School District is seeking a licensed and insured provider to manage and run an extended hours program at the Dothan Brook School (DBS) and Ottauquechee School (OQS) starting at the beginning of the 2019/2020 school year. This program offers enrolled families of students in grades kindergarten to 5 (five) access to after school programming and care when school is not in session. The ideal applicant will also include a plan for summer programming. Over the summer, the provider may consolidate programming to one location. It is crucial that the program is dedicated to the use of trauma sensitive practices, is trained to support students with special needs, and has a behavior management philosophy that is aligned with the DBS and OQS Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports system.

Full details and application information available here.

 

RFP: Extended Pre-K
Posted: 03-15-2019
AWARDED TO: Green Mountain Children's Center

The Hartford School District is seeking a licensed early childhood center to manage and run an inclusion-based extended hours pre-school aged (3 to 4 year-olds) program at the Dothan Brook School (DBS) starting at the beginning of the 2019/2020 school year. This program will work in partnership with the school’s pre-kindergarten class and offer enrolled families access to childcare before and/or after pre-kindergarten. It is crucial that the program is dedicated to the use of trauma sensitive practices, is trained to support students with special needs, and has a behavior management philosophy that is aligned with Dothan Brook’s Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports system.

Full details and application information available here.