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Spring Play

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Variety Show

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Our students compete in WPI High School Programming Contest

IMG 5993U-32 and Montpelier High teams competed in the annual High School computer programming competition March 9th at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. They were the only teams from Vermont, out of a total of 124 students forming forty teams from 27 school districts!


U-32 Finishes Strong at U16 Festival


U-32 nordic skiers recently returned from the New England Nordic Ski Assoc. (Under 16) Ski Festival in Fort Kent Maine where Vermont excelled in all events. Read more in the March 25th issue of Bus Stop Conversations.


U-32 Wins National Recognition for Energy Efficiency


U-32 was honored February 20th with an Energy Star designation for meeting stringent standards of energy use and creating healthy learning environments. Accepting the award are Curt Spaulding, EPA Regional Administrator, U-32 Principal Steven Dellinger-Pate, U-32 Director of Buildings and Grounds Charles Bushey, Superintendent Bill Kimball and Liz Gamache, Director of Efficiency Vermont. Photo: Amy Molina. Read more


School Choice - Lottery

As in previous years, our school board has chosen to participate in the Winooski Valley Regional Public School Choice Collaborative for 2015-2016.  Through this program and the state school choice program, students may apply to go to any public high school in Vermont at no cost. The Vermont Legislature passed a law in May 2012 (Act 129, Sec. 34. § 822d 2A) which allows high school students to apply through school choice to any public high school in Vermont.  This law sets rules for school districts regarding the number of entering and exiting student slots allowed through school choice.  Students are chosen by lottery from all the applicants for each school district based on the number of open slots. You may view school choice information at the Vermont Department of Education website: 

If your high school student is interested in attending a public high school other than U-32 next year, please contact the U-32 Guidance Dept. to obtain a school choice application form at 802-229-0322 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Completed applications must be received in the U-32 Guidance Dept. by Wednesday, February 25, 2015. You will be informed of the outcome of the lottery by April 1, 2015.  *Parents are responsible for providing their student’s transportation if they are chosen.*


Honor Roll - Quarter 2

Highest Honors

12th Grade: Avery Alberghini, Abigail Daniels, Christine Jeppe, Katherine Lafont, Fiona Nichols-Fleming, Zoe Olson, Lyra Wanzer

11th Grade:  Daiana Al Saadi, Addie Cusick, Anna Davis-Noe, Jade McMillan, Eliza Merrylees, Audrey Oliver, Reilly Osadchey-Brown, Eli Pandolfo, Tillie Quattrone, Lillian Richardson, Chloe Sairs, Madeline Smart, Andrea Symonds

10th Grade: Nicholas Boozan, Luc Burnier, Emma Curchin, Taylor Forest, Eric Jacobsen, Andrea Kroll, McKenzie Lattimore, Lauren Morse, Lindsey Noordsij, Ian Obeldobel, Jin Wei Rahill, Emily Richards, Bradley Smart, Gabrielle Stroh

9th Grade:  Harrison Bushnell, Samuel Darmstadt, Andrew Davin, Stella Gardner, Robin Hartzell, Wilson Knight, James Lamb, Ruby Lamb, Cricket Liebermann, Emma Olmsted, Kaitlyn Phillips, Alexandra Reilly, Anna Richardson, Aliyah Rosen, Ethan Scharf, Rena Schwartz, Rebecca Thompson, Carly Webb

Read more: Honor Roll - Quarter 2


Planting Hope

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Planting Hope Nicaraguan members Yasser Hernandez Perez and Jacarely Torres Sanchez flank U-32 student Eliza Merrylees during their recent visit to central Vermont. Read about their visit to central Vermont and more in the current issue of Bus Stop Conversations.


Program of Studies 2015-2016

On February 5, the Program of Studies and Course Selection forms was given to students in grades 7-11 during Call Back.


Once on This Island

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Spirit Wear and Gear!

Looking to update your wardrobe?  Need ideas for birthday/holiday gifts? Want to show your great RaiderNation spirit?!

We have two great options for you to use to purchase U-32 Raiders spirit wear and gear. 

1. Visit the U-32 Booster Club Concession stand which is open at most home varsity soccer and football games in the fall and HS basketball games in the winter. They have a great selection of sweatshirts, t-shirts and sweatpants. You can also contact Sheila James at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Currently, the inventory includes items with the U-32 logo on them:

  • T-shirts – short sleeve – Gray, Black or Blue
  • T-shirts – Long sleeve - Gray, Black or Blue
  • Hoodie Sweatshirts- Gray, Black or Blue
  • Full zip sweatshirts - Gray, Black or Blue
  • ¼ Zip Sweatshirts - Gray, Black or Blue
  • Sweatpants - Gray, Black or Blue
  • Small and Large Duffle Bags - Blue
  • Fleece Vest – Grey or Black 

2. Visit our online Rokkitwear apparel store at You can customize your purchase with a specific logo or sport. You can also add things such as names and numbers on the back of items. Turn around is approximately 8-10 days from order to delivery.  Enter discount code GET10 at checkout for and receive a discount on your entire order.



Turn Off Texting


Turn Off Texting Presenter Bill Merrylees rides with U-32 student Nate Lavigne September 24th. Turn Off Texting (presented by The Youth Safety Council of Vermont) is an eye-opening educational program that travels to schools throughout the state, creating first-hand experiences of the dangers of texting while driving. Students navigate a golf cart through a course of traffic cones, then drive the course a second time while texting. Their errors – the cones that they run into while texting (pedestrians! parked cars! puppies!) make the dangers of texting and driving plain to understand. For more see the current issue of Bus Stop Conversations.


Free and Reduced Price School Meals



Student Information System Moved In-House

Washington Central Supervisory Union is pleased to announce that our student information system has moved in-house. The link on our U-32 website have been updated to reflect this change.  Please be aware that the district ID has to be updated manually on your personal devices. You will need to logout and back in using the new district ID and your IC credentials. Your IC credentials have remained the same through our system move. The new district ID can be found by entering the parent portal and clicking the green icon labeled "Get Your District ID" which is located below the main page. Also, each parent will receive a email if they have access with updating the app with new district id.  If you have technical trouble using the Portal or App please contact U-32 technical support at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Please remember the importance of privacy and security when accessing data via the portal. Usernames and passwords should never be shared!

The purpose of the Portal is to improve communication between school and home. It is a confidential, password-protected, encrypted, web-based application that allows parents/guardians of WCSU students to view information about their children.

Thank you for your support  and understanding while technology services has implemented this system in house.


Concussion Information

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




U-32 Photo Stream