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Camera Obscura

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Senior Physics student Chloe Sairs took this fun panorama during a "camera obscura" activity. Similar to pinhole cameras, the boxes are crafted to simulate the behavior of light inside an eye or inside a video camera.

 

Welcome Back!

assemblyAll school assembly, senior class recognition and opening remarks by senior leaders. What a way to get started!

   

Welcome Back - Fall 2015

Happy Summer!

Below, please find the information that you will need for the start up of the school year.  If you have questions, please contact Amy Molina, Director of Student Affairs at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 229-0321 x5159.

Letter from Principal - Steven Dellinger-Pate

Food Service Letter & Application - mailed home but also included here.

WCSU Calendar

U-32 Daily Schedule

U-32 Two Hour Delay Schedule

First 3 days of school - bell and class schedule

Back to School Pictures Days - August 25, 26, 27 (order forms were mailed home but you may also order photos from Lifetouch at www.mylifetouch.com using Picture Day ID: VJ175063Q0). Extra forms available in the Main Office.

Bus Transportation - letters being mailed home with specific route information - you should receive by 8/20. If you do not, please call Sue Verchereau at 229-0321 x5561.

Mark Your Calendars - Open House - Thursday, September 3rd from 6:00-8:10pm.

U-32 continues to be committed to ensuring your student achieves academic excellence. We look forward to an exciting year of teaching and learning with our students. 

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Stage 32 Performs "Baggage" in Scotland

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Stage 32 busking on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland, trying to entice Fringe Festival goers to come see their show. "Baggage" exposed the hardships and triumphs of young people in the foster care system searching for a place to call home. This gritty story left people with a vision of Vermont as more than just ski resorts, cows, and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. "Baggage" was written by Vermont playwright Mary Beth McNulty, Directored by Erin Galligan-Baldwin and Produced by Suzanne Verchereau.

   

Apply for School Meals Today!

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Click here for an application. For more information, please contact our Free and Reduced Application Manager, Michelle Ksepka,  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (802) 229-0553 ext 312.

 

Student Accident Insurance

Click here for information about Student Accident Insurance.

   

Student Community Outreach Program

On June 10, 2015, approximately 80 U-32 Seniors participated in the Student Community Outreach Program (SCOP). The recent graduates spent most of that day helping several community members, throughout our sending towns, working vigorously on varying tasks. The residents were very grateful for all of the hard work and efforts they provided. Click here for more. Student Community Outreach Program 6.10

 

Honor Roll - Quarter 4

Highest Honors

12th Grade:
Abigail Daniels, Ethan Fielder, Christine Jeppe, Margaret LaGue, John Laperle, Sierra McConnell, Fiona Nichols-Fleming, Zoe Olson, Lyra Wanzer, Tehya Weston

11th Grade:  Daiana Al Saadi, Lydia Bohn, Spencer Broe,  Anna Davis-Noe, Elias French, Loren Marshall, Ethan McCollister, Jade McMillan, Eliza Merrylees, Audrey Oliver, Reilly Osadchey-Brown, Eli Pandolfo, Tillie Quattrone, Lillian Richardson, Megan Ryan, Chloe Sairs, Samara Schneider, Madeline Smart

10th Grade: Schuyler Forest, Eric Jacobsen, Maggie Kirby, Kathryn Koonz, McKenzie Lattimore, Ashley Mekkelsen, Jasmine Moody, Lauren Morse, Lindsey Noordsij, Olivia Peltier, Jin Wei Rahill, Emily Richards, Gabrielle Stroh, Aven Williams

9th Grade:  Elizabeth Belitsos, Harrison Bushnell, Samuel Darmstadt, Grace Ecklund Gustavson, Avery Ehret, Ashima Fillbach, Stella Gardner, Robin Hartzell, Wilson Knight, Ruby Lamb, Cricket Liebermann, Luca Montore, Emma Olmsted, Kaitlyn Phillips, Anna Richardson, Ethan Scharf, Rena Schwartz, Rebecca Thompson, Carly Webb

Read more: Honor Roll - Quarter 4

   

Congratulations Class of 2015!

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Awards and Scholarships

Milford Leonard Scholarship - Austin Weed

Click here for the full list of Awards and Scholarships!

   

Congratulations to the newly elected Student Council 2015-16

9th GRADE
Judith Witke-Mele, Josie Bolduc, Olivia Bates, Lily Mattagno, Abby Latour

10th GRADE
Cricket Liebermann, Ruby Lamb, Cooper Lamb, Noah Witke-Mele

11th GRADE
Lauren Morse, Ellie Stroh, Emily Richards, Emma Curchin

12TH GRADE
Ethan McCollister, William Pollard, Madeline Goddard, Branden King, Signe Goddard

 

Physics Museum

physics museum

The annual physics museum took place on Friday, May 29th.

   

Concussion Information

For more information regarding concussions, including return to play and return to learn protocols, please click here.

 

Free College Classes at CCV

for High School Students at Community College of Vermont (CCV):

If you are entering 10th grade: take Intro to College Studies, then receive 3 credit voucher (FREE) to be used during 11th grade and another 3 credit voucher (FREE) to be used during 12th grade.  Thus, students can earn 6 college credits transferable to other colleges for free!

If you are entering 11th grade: take Intro to College (ICS) Studies or bypass ICS (with counselor approval)  then receive 3 credit voucher (FREE) to be used during 11th grade and another 3 credit voucher (FREE) to be used during 12th grade.  Thus, students can earn 6 college credits transferable to other colleges for free!

If you are entering 12th grade:  take Intro to College (ICS) Studies or bypass ICS (with counselor approval)  then receive 3 credit voucher (FREE) to be used  during Semester 1 and another 3 credit voucher (FREE) to be used during semester 2.  Thus, students can earn 6 college credits transferable to other colleges for free!

College courses can be counted towards full time status at U-32.

Contact your school counselor for more information or Elizabeth King at CCV.

   

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