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2019-20 School Year

Bringing Schools and Communities Together, WCFE Relaunches Bus Stop Conversations

by Erica Zimmerman With this Spring 2020 issue, Washington Central Friends of Education relaunches this e-newsletter just in time to document a historic challenge to our communities and schools —  the period of remote learning during the Covid-19 Crisis.  Back in 1992 Washington Central Friends of Education (WCFE) began Bus Stop Conversations to keep our… Keep Reading

Schools Take to the Roads

by Erica Zimmerman When schools dismissed in March to allow all adults and children to follow the governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” emergency orders, only the buildings closed. Teachers, parents and students all had to open their minds and toolboxes to find new ways to reach each other. For some, it was a daily struggle… Keep Reading

2019-20 School Year

Who Are Washington Central Friends of Education?

by Virginia Burley Back in 1992, East Montpelier resident Sue Clayton had the great idea of writing a newsletter to inform the residents of the five Washington Central Unified Union School District (WCUUSD) towns about what’s going on in our schools. People who never had children in our schools, or whose children have long since… Keep Reading

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