FRANKLIN NORTHEAST SUPERVISORY UNION
P.O. Box 130
80 Main Street
Richford, Vermont 05476
Map of Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union
Phone:  802-848-7661
Web Site:  http://www.fnesu.net
Enrollment:  1628 ('20-'21)
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Bakersfield Elementary School
Berkshire Elementary School
Cold Hollow Career Center
Enosburg Elementary School
Montgomery Elementary School
Richford Elementary School
Richford Jr-Sr High School

Administrative Offices
Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union

K-8 Schools
Sheldon Elementary School

Middle Schools
Enosburg Falls Middle School

High Schools
Enosburg Falls High School


Welcome to Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union!
Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union (FNESU) is a Pre-K-12 system comprised of 6 rural towns in Northern Vermont; Bakersfield, Berkshire, Enosburg, Montgomery, Richford and Sheldon. FNESU consists of six Elementary Schools, two Middle Schools, two High Schools, and one Technical Career Center. FNESU serves approximately 1,950 students within our six towns. FNESU is situated in rural northwestern Vermont, which is the perfect setting for outdoor enthusiasts. We are located just 20 miles from Jay Peak Resort, 32 miles from Smuggler's Notch, and within driving distance to several other surrounding ski resorts. There are plenty of areas to hike, swim, cross-country ski, snowmobile, and mountain bike. We are an hour away from Burlington and just an hour and a half from Montreal.

Our employees are offered a competitive benefits package. For new teachers, the package also includes student loan assistance, longevity bonuses, and a competitive starting salary. We provide embedded supports for teachers including: new teacher mentoring, local professional development opportunities, and school-based instructional coaching. FNESU teachers and leaders are innovative and forward-thinking. Many have been recognized at the local, state, and national level for their work in education. We are seeking candidates committed to continuously improving practices in order to best serve our students, teachers, and communities.