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2017-18 School Year/Wellness

Winter Wellness

At Doty School they’re doing the Winter Wellness Program a little differently this year. And, according to principal Matt Young, things are working fantastically! The school used some of the grant money that all schools get for winter wellness to build an outdoor ice skating rink and to add to their cross country ski and… Keep Reading

2017-18 School Year/Arts

Stage 32’s Lear wins Awards

Congratulations to the cast, crew and directors of Stage 32’s production of LEAR, adapted and directed by U-32 Senior Noah Witke Mele, that was performed at the Vermont Regional Drama Festival on Saturday March 10. ~ Award for excellence in Acting: Arthur Anderson – Award for excellence in Acting – Justin Murray – Award for excellence… Keep Reading

2017-18 School Year/STEM

East Montpelier Amazon River Dolphins Create Reuse-It App

The Amazon River Dolphins, a FIRST Lego League Team from East Montpelier, Vermont has been named ‘Best in State’ in the fifth annual Verizon Innovative Learning App Challenge for their smart phone app, Reuse-it. The Verizon Innovative Learning App Challenge is a nationwide competition for students to design a smart phone app aimed at “solving… Keep Reading

Meet the Candidates at Rumney

Please join us for a “Meet the Candidates” evening at Rumney Memorial School on Thursday, February 22, 6:30-8:30 pm. Rumney school board candidates Alison Cornwall, Carolyn Kiniry-Roberge, Chris McVeigh, and Kevin Stephani will offer their views on key issues. The panel will be moderated by Susan Clark, Middlesex Town Moderator. The evening will include candidates’… Keep Reading

School Reports are online!

Our School Reports are a way to celebrate and feature different events and programs in our school communities. These reports also highlight the progress on student learning and performance on various assessments, as well as what we are doing throughout our schools to ensure success for each and every student. Click on the links below… Keep Reading

2017-18 School Year/Celebrations

Ksepka Receives Child Nutrition Award

Washington Central Supervisory Union Data Manager/Transportation Coordinator, Michelle Ksepka, has received the 2017 Child Nutrition Administrative Leadership Award. This recognition is presented to those who demonstrate outstanding leadership in support of child nutrition programs that ensure students are fed well within their school systems. Recipients understand the importance that proper nutrition plays in student success and… Keep Reading

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