December 4, 2021
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Grants and Donations

All grants and donations need to be approved prior to receiving funding. 

Grant/Donation Application

Title IX Coordinator

Roy Hathorn, Director of Secondary Curriculum
73 Highland Ave, White River Jct, 05001
802-295-8600 ext 1111 
hathornr@hartfordschools.net

Training used

Title IX inquiries may be referred to either the District's Title IX Coordinator or to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights.

District Staff Resources

This page contains forms and programs that apply at the district level.  For information pertaining to specific schools, please visit your school website.

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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is overwhelming. Here are some resources if you find yourself in need of support for your mental health and wellness:

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COVID-19 Testing Site Information
The following sites offer COVID-19 testing.  If you are seeking to get tested, you may need to make an appointment.  Depending on where you live or where you get your healthcare, you may or may not be eligible to get tested at every site. 

  • Alice Peck Day (603) 442-5665
  • DHMC (603) 650-1818; M-F 7am-5pm, S&S 8am-12pm
  • VT Department of Health (802) 863-7240 option 9 and then 3 (or option 8 to speak to a person); M-F 7:45am-4:30pm. You can search for walk-in testing sites and/or make an appointment online at https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19/testing
  • Clear Choice MD (603) 276-3261; daily 8am-6pm
  • Valley Regional Hospital (603) 542-7771; M-F 11am-5pm
  • Gifford Hospital (802) 728-7000
  • Mt Ascutney Hospital (802) 674-7300 option 4

Negotiated Agreements

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Extracurricular Activities
The Hartford School District recognizes the need for comprehensive student activities outside of regular school hours to enhance curriculum, content learning outcomes, and transferable skills. Extra-curricular activities provide new learning experiences, develop a greater sense of belonging within the community, and allow students the opportunity to develop socially, intellectually, emotionally, and physically. The Hartford School District believes the successful operation of any extra-curricular program is dependent upon the formation of sound policy and clear guidelines. These elements provide the extra-curricular programs with a sound base which allows for flexibility due to changing needs and still functions within the framework of the educational and organizational policies of the Hartford School Board and the state of Vermont.