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2017-18 School Year/Mentoring

January is Mentoring Month!

In honor of Mentoring Month, I am happy to share my experience as a mentor with Girls/Boyz First mentoring program. I am not currently a mentor, as the young girl I was matched with at age 10 is now 20 years old. I count the years we spent together, week after week and year after… Keep Reading

2017-18 School Year/Arts

School House Rock

Stage 16 Middle School students performed “School House Rock,” January 26 & 27, a rockin’ fun musical good for the whole family! The Emmy Award-winning 1970s Saturday morning cartoon series that taught history, grammar, math and more through clever, tuneful songs, performed by Stage 16, the Middle School Theater Group at U-32. Keep Reading

2017-18 School Year/STEM

Trash Audit

The U-32 Green Team held a trash audit in the atrium on Wednesday, January 24th. Green team members worked with CVSWMD folks to sort and weigh the trash, recycling and compost from Tuesday, January 23rd. This took place in the atrium where members of the Green Team worked during their free bands and lunch to… Keep Reading

2017-18 School Year/Arts

Art Bash at U-32

So many beautiful pieces of artwork were on display at the recent Art Bash including: “Winter Wonderland” by Jacob Leighty, gr.9 “Views of Orange” by Joshua Farber gr. 12 Colby Hudson gr. 10 and Lea Brown gr. 9 Keep Reading

WCSU Act 46 Community Survey Results

Final results of the WCSU Act 46 community survey now available.     The consultant created three versions: “Report – Full” is the complete report with both quantitative results and all comments (sorted by towns and themes) under each question. “Report – Short” includes all of the quantitative results but does not include most comments. “Report – Open… Keep Reading

2017-18 School Year/Arts

The Circus Comes to EMES!

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!” Keep Reading

Rumney Harvest Dinner A Success!

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

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