- Girls Soccer returns to Harwood tonight!! Varsity and JV both kickoff at 4:30pm!!
đź“·: Gordonâ€¦ https://t.co/CsTx3mPqYq
- Sep 19 2017 2:15 PM
The Road to Proficiency Based Learning in Vermont Schools
HARWOOD UNIFIED UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT
NOTICE OF POLICY HEARING
There will be a policy hearing on the following policies on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, 6:20 p.m. in the Harwood Union High School library:
C6-R Notice of Non-Discrimination
C8-L-HU Unified Board Voting Patterns
D2-R Professional Development
D6-R Substitute Teachers
D7-R Volunteers and Work Study Students
D8-R Alcohol & Drug Free Workplace
D11-R Drug and Alcohol Testing - Transportation Employees
D12-R Harassment of Employees
D13-R Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Compliance
E7-R School Crisis Prevention and Response
E7-R-P Procedures for Bomb Threats
E8-R Tobacco Prohibition
H1-L School Community Relations
The content of these policies can be found on the HUUSD website under June 28, 2017 board agenda item “Policy Packet for Adoption”. The public is welcome to attend this hearing.
Fayston Students Learn by Doing
Harwood Unified Union School District will become operational on July 1, 2017.
The Harwood Unified Union School District serves 6 rural communities in central Vermont, just east of the Green Mountains range. The towns include Duxbury, Fayston, Moretown, Waitsfield, Warren, and Waterbury. Each community in HUUSD has its own elementary school with its own flavor and setting. These sending schools feed Harwood Union which is located on 160 acres approximately equidistant from the north and south ends of the district.
HUUSD is comprised of 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.
We have received a confirmed diagnosis of Pertussis (also known as whooping cough) of a student in the Harwood Union Unified School district. According to the Health Department, other cases have been reported throughout the state.