Why is there no longer a journalism class or a school newspaper at Harwood Union High School?
The school used to offer a journalism course, a hybrid model, that was taught by high school English teacher Chris
Harwood Union students will join other Vermont students in the second annual Race Against Racism which takes place on Sunday, September 23, at Montpelier High School. The Race Against Racism is a statewide
This 2018-2019 hockey season, the Harwood Union girls’ hockey team will be collaborating with Northfield High School to form a new team that organizers hope will maintain both teams until both have the numbers to host
A 15-year-old Warren student will appear in Vermont Superior Court Washington Family Division to face charges of criminal threatening and disorderly conduct by electronic device today, June 14. Vermont State Police were
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The Harwood boys’ varsity baseball team lost in the semifinal playoffs against No. 6 seed Lake Region this week.
On Tuesday, June 5, 2018, No. 2
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Harwood Union athletes took ninth place on Saturday, June 2, in competition for the Division II title for the 2018 season at South Burlington High School.
Harwood’s lacrosse team took Hartford to task on Monday in what was supposed to be a game against one of their toughest competitors in the division.
The Highlanders remain undefeated at 10-0 and in the past week
Walker Caffry-Randall, Waitsfield, was selected this week as one of the 161 students from across the country named as 2018 U.S. Presidential Scholars. Walker is Harwood’s second U.S. Presidential Scholar, following his
At The Noble Academy in Chicago, students don’t sit in rows of desks facing the teacher at the front of the classroom. In fact, the teacher is not even part of the discussion most of the time.
The charter school
Community members showed up to discuss and debate issues of community participation, financial savings and quality of education during the Act 46 study committee’s first public forum on March 31 at Harwood Union High
Seventeen students of Harwood Union High School (HUHS) returned in early March from a three-week exploration of Rwanda with new perspectives on culture, history and themselves.
“People have expectations of
Harwood traveled to Thetford on Wednesday, January 20, and, according to Coach Mike Woods, "The key to the game was our good shooting in the second and third quarters."
How do people know what’s true? Is technology developing too quickly for humans to adapt? Are people truly free to make their own decisions?
Over 70 community members gathered at Harwood Union High School (HUHS)