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December 2017

WCSU Act 46 Community Survey Results

in 2017-18 School Year/Education Policy & Funding
Final results of the WCSU Act 46 community survey now available.  
The consultant created three versions:


The Circus Comes to EMES!

in 2017-18 School Year/Arts

Brent and Maya McCoy of YES Theater ran a weeklong circus residency teaching physical comedy at East Montpelier Elementary in early November, culminating with a performance at U-32 on November 16th.


One teacher said,

What a wonderful experience… you covered team-building, risk taking, creativity, ‘outside-the-box’ thinking, fine & gross motor skills, and FUN!”

Rumney Harvest Dinner A Success!

in 2017-18 School Year/Celebrations

This year’s 11th Annual Harvest Dinner brought community members together at Rumney Memorial School.

Rumney School children sang “Gratitude Attitude”, under the guidance of their music teacher Kara Krikorian.

Along with the delicious dinner of soup, salad, roasted veggies, applesauce, bread, and pies, there was wonderful entertainment, a raffle and a silent auction that included local art work, hand knit items, gift cards, toys, books, and much more!

Thank you to this year’s sponsors: Bear Swamp Veterinary Service, Noyle W. Johnson Insurance Agency, Capitol Copy, Hunger Mountain Co-op, Middlesex Plumbing and Heating, Sticks & Stuff, Middlesex Electric, and Bolduc Auto Salvage.

Thank you to the businesses that donated soup including Sarducci’s, Michael’s On The Hill and JMorgan’s. Thank you to the businesses and farmers who donated vegetables, bread, pies and more. See the full list of generous businesses here:

If you are interested in learning more about how you can help the Middlesex Food Shelf or would like to make a donation please contact Ethan Scharf at

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