Parents in the Washington West Supervisory Union will be able to enroll their kindergarten through eighth-grade children in any of the schools in the newly unified school district.
The Harwood Unified Union
HUUSAlmost all of the towns that merged under Act 46 will see a decrease in their taxes this year, but that will not last unless something changes in the next five years.
The only town that does not receive a tax
Harwood is in the midst of switching to a proficiency-based learning system, but problems reporting students’ progress have some parents worried.
At the Harwood Unified Union School District’s (HUUSD) executive
All of the towns of the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) voted together for the first time to pass one budget for all six towns and all seven schools.
The budget passed on Town Meeting Day with a
Now that the Harwood Unified Union School District Board (HUUSD) has completed the complex and rigorous task of creating one unified budget for our newly merged school district, the board has been debating how to create
Due to using the wrong copy of the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) budget for reference, The Valley Reporter's February 16 story about the unified union district's budget for the coming year includes
By Heidi Spear
The Harwood Unified Union School District Board has approved a first-year unified district budget for the public to vote on March 7 via Australian ballot. We will be hosting an informational
Last week Governor Phil Scott proposed that all K-12 schools throughout Vermont adopt a level-funded budget for the next fiscal year and postpone voting to adopt the budget until May. The announcement came after the
To The Editor:
In August 2015 the Harwood Unified Union School District Board (HUUSD) was sworn in after a positive vote to consolidate the school governance of our existing district schools in Warren, Fayston,
The Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board has finally voted on each budget item for next year and any parent worried about losing teachers can breathe easy.
At their January 11 meeting, the HUUSD
The Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) was formed on August 31, 2016, and they have until June 30, 2017, less than one year, to oversee an extremely complicated merger.
The members of the newly unified
By Brigid Nease
The Fayston School Board met on December 20 and then held a special meeting, to write and send a letter out to the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board and wider community. This is
Although no final decisions have been made by the new unified union school board based on current class sizes, two less teachers in the school district would make schools more equitable.
By Rob Williams
The Harwood Union Unified School District (HUUSD) Board would like to thank residents who have engaged with us as we begin to examine the complexities of overseeing our new unified school
Declining enrollment in The Valley’s schools is leading to tough decisions for the new unified school board.
At a December 7 meeting, the Harwood Unified Union School Board (HUUSD) took their first steps toward
Conflicting laws within the state of Vermont are causing issues for the Washington West Supervisory Union.
The first, Act 166, is currently being implemented throughout Vermont which mandates that universal pre-K
Since a vote to quickly consolidate school boards and budgets passed on June 7, the newly consolidated district – named the Harwood Unified Union School District – will begin operating on July 1, 2017.
The Warren Select Board dealt with questions surrounding Act 46, a new law that aims to consolidate school governance and budgets across the state.
Warren resident Valerie Bigelow, who is running against Warren
On June 7, all Valley towns, or Washington West Supervisory Union (WWSU) districts, will vote for an accelerated version of Act 46. The law intends to consolidate school governance and budgets across the state in order
By Brigid Scheffert Nease, superintendent
On April 19, the State Board of Education approved the Washington West Supervisory Union (WWSU) plan to merge our seven school boards into one. It’s up to each town’s
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