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Congratulations Class of 2014!

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Honor Roll - Quarter 4


12th Grade:  Autumn Cass, Nathan Chan, Emily George, Michael Hoffert, Jordan Peake,  John Rahill, Mikaela Ryan, Cheyenne Smith

11th Grade:  Lindsay Braun, Shania Campbell, Abigail Daniels, Abigail Magwire, Sierra McConnell, Hannah McKay, Fiona Nichols-Fleming, Zoe Olson, Rachael Phillips, Orli Schwartz, Lyra Wanzer

10th Grade: Angela Biron, Addie Cusick, Madeline Goddard, Ben Kaplan, Ethan McCollister, Eliza Merrylees, Audrey Oliver, Reilly Osadchey-Brown, Margaret Palmiero, Eli Pandolfo, Nell Peterson, Tillie Quattrone, Amanda Rae, Lillian Richardson, Marie Russ, Chloe Sairs, Madeline Smart

9th Grade: Kieran Edraney, Schuyler Forest, Taylor Forest, Aine Kennedy, Maggie Kirby, Kathryn Koonz, Haylie Lane, McKenzie Lattimore, Heaven Litchfield, Ashley Mekkelsen, Jasmine Moody, Lauren Morse, Ian Obeldobel, Emily Richards, Bradley Smart, Gabrielle Stroh, Aven Williams, Allison Wolf, Savannah Yates

Read more: Honor Roll - Quarter 4


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.


Senior Community Outreach Day


Seniors Jessie Smart, Andrew Danyew, Lilla Fortunoff and Corey Kline volunteered their time and energy at a community member's home in Middlesex on June 11. Fourteen other groups of seniors volunteered around the community during Senior Community Outreach Day - a chance for seniors at U-32 to give back to the community that has helped support them so much for the past 18 years.


2014 Scholarships & Awards


Physics Museum

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Michael Hoffert presents his Ruben's Tube apparatus, with flames of fire making sound waves become visible at the 12th Annual Interactive Physics Museum, May 30th.


Current Chronicle is online

Seniors head out to college and some exciting alternatives. Read about that and so much more in the current Chronicle, U-32's student written newspaper.


Greenfest 2014

Lloyd Dugger and Maya Mashkuri entertain U-32 students powered by the sun and the Solar Bus during U-32’s annual GreenFest on May 15th. Watch it here.


Financial Literacy Team wins Bronze!

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Congratulations to the U-32 Financial Literacy Team who placed third out of 12 competing schools at the State of Vermont Treasury Cup competition Friday, May 2. Well done Robert, Sylvia, Kelsey, Thomas and coach George Cook!


Learn to Earn

learn to earn1Tenth graders built small magnetic motors in the engineering section of the career event, April 10th. Michael Prairie, Assistant Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Norwich University, led the workshop and explained how engineers brainstorm ideas, do research and apply constraints when following the engineering design process. See more photos in the current Bus Stop Conversations.


U-32 teacher Jessica Barewicz is new Rowland Fellow

Each year up to ten Vermont secondary school educators are selected as Rowland Fellows from among a group of qualified applicants. The Foundation provides a $100,000 grant to each of their schools for the Rowland Fellow to implement a vision to transform an aspect of the school which will positively impact its culture and climate.

This year U-32's own Jessica Barewicz, English Teacher and Curriculum leader, was selected. Congratulations Jessica! Read more in the current Bus Stop Conversations.


Ski Champions


Michael Dunkle of U-32 crosses the finish in one of four races at the Eastern High School Ski Championships last weekend. Michael and teammates Orli Schwartz and Eliza Merrylees turned in top performances, helping the Vermont team to victory over Massachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire. U-32 skiers Ben Kaplan, Emma Curchin, Rena Schwartz and Anna Davis Noe skied Vermont to the top at the J-2 Nordic Ski Festival as well.



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Democracy in Action students share information about hunger in Vermont, outside Shaws supermarket in Montpelier. See the recipes in their new cookbook: $30-A-Week-Cookbook, and watch the channel 3 news story here.


Les Miserables

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Kudos to Stage 32 for their fabulous performances of Les Miserables November 7-9!




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