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2017-18 School Year - page 2

U-32 Chorus Visits District Elementary Schools

On March 21, 2018, the middle chorus performed at Berlin Elementary School, East Montpelier and Calais. On May 14, 2018, intermediate band and middle school orchestra will be performing at Calais, Doty and Rumney. High School Spring Concert is on May 22, 2018 at 7:00 pm. Middle School Spring Concert is on May 23, 2018… Keep Reading

Letters About Literature

Congratulations to U-32’s State Winners of the Vermont Letters about Literature Competition! Katie Phillips won first place in the state competition with her letter to Katherine Patterson. Charlotte Bodin won second place in the state competition with her letter to George R. R. Martin. Avery Ehret won third place in the state competition with her… Keep Reading

Kate McCann wins Teaching Excellence Award

U-32 teacher Kate McCann was presented with the Angelo J. Dorta Teaching Excellence Award at the Vermont NEA Awards Ceremony at the Stoweflake Resort on April 7.  As the 2018 Vermont-NEA Angelo J Dorta Teaching Excellence winner, Kate has been recommended by Vermont-NEA for the national NEA Teaching Excellence Award. Kate was recently named an… Keep Reading

Local Author Inspires Reluctant Readers

East Montpelier Elementary School Book Club East Montpelier fourth, fifth and sixth graders have been enjoying book club this year. Students have been meeting regularly in the evening since school started. Hosted by library teacher Arlyn Bruccoli and fifth and sixth grade teachers, Ellen Shedd, and Claire Gallagher, students have read books that are nominees… Keep Reading

U-32 Walkout

By Ginger Knight, 10th grade-U-32 U-32’s Seeking Social Justice Club was formed at the beginning of this school year. The club is led by two teachers, Meg Allison and Amy Koenigbauer, with student members from grades 7-12. “Our goal is to raise awareness throughout the school community about issues that are important and matter to… Keep Reading


School Start Time Being Examined

A WCSU School Start Time Subcommittee has formed to explore the possibility of changing the start time of schools in Washington Central, primarily motivated by research showing that later start times are particularly good for teenagers. There’s no specific proposal on the table yet, but several possibilities are being considered including: Swap high school and… Keep Reading

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