HUUSD serves six rural communities in central Vermont: Duxbury, Fayston, Moretown, Waitsfield, Warren, and Waterbury. The District comprises four PK-6 elementary schools, one PK-4 primary school, one 5-8 middle school and a high school serving grades 7-12—a total of seven schools. All of our schools have high academic expectations and score at or above the state average consistently in areas of language arts, math, and science. HUUSD is a wholesome, livable district with strong community support for and participation in the educational process.
Superintendent Nease's State of the State Report FY 2018-2019
Each year in the fall, Superintendent Nease publishes a State-of-the-State report in an effort to tie together and summarize the current state of affairs from the end of last year to the start of the new year. Read the full report here.
Superintendent Nease's Address to the HUUSD Faculty 10-05-18
View Superintendent Nease's address here.
The HUUSD's Nominees for the UVM Outstanding Teacher of the Year
The Harwood Unified Union School District is proud to announce its two nominees for the UVM Outstanding Teacher of the Year 2018.
Intra-District Choice Documents
At our last meeting on September 19, 2018, the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board took action on four (4) items.
At our last meeting on September 12, 2018, the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board took action on four (4) items.
The Harwood Bond Project Committee (aka Executive Facility Committee) wants your feedback on the four middle school options.
Congratulations to Jane Spina of Warren Elementary and Tiffany Michael of Crossett Brook Middle School, this year's nominees.
Thank you to all who attended the middle school visioning forum at Harwood on September 5. It was a great turnout and we appreciate the community interest in this work.
How should the public be involved in school board decision-making?