WCUUSD exists to nurture and inspire in all students the passion, creativity and power to contribute to their local and global communities.
Here is the recent school reopening update from Superintendent Bryan Olkowski. Included in the update is information reagarding our new Learning Management System - Canvas, the American Academy of Pediatrics Vermont Chapter, and Teacher and Staff Return to Work and Paid Leave Q&A.
Pre-K Registration Update
Washington Central Unified Union School District is pleased to announce that we have moved to online registration for the 2020-2021 school year.
The Pre-K registration process must be completed for students who are attending our public school programs and students who are attending private, pre-qualified programs through Act 166.
Registration for Pre-K 3 is for students who are 3-years-old on or before September 1, 2020. Pre-K 4 is for students who are 4- or 5-years old (5-years-old and not enrolled in Kindergarten) on or before September 1, 2020 from the towns of Berlin, Calais, East Montpelier, Middlesex, and Worcester.
Please follow the directions after clicking the icon titled “Online Registration” located on the upper right hand side of this website or follow this link for more information.
Information regarding Community Connections' Pre-K programs, please review the information at the bottom of the Pre-K page of our website.
CLICK HERE for information on Food Delivery. Starting Thursday, March 19 and through the duration of dismissal, WCUUSD will be providing food delivery to all students across the district via bus. Students will be able to access breakfast and lunch at most bus stop locations*. Busses will leave U-32 at 10 a.m., delivering lunch for that day and breakfast for the next day. *For specific bus stop locations, please use the CLICK HERE in red at the beginning of this announcement, it will take you to the WCUUSD website.
Please remember to check your email periodically for information from you specific schools.
Open Meeting Law temporary changes as of 3/30/20:
Boards are not required to designate a physical meeting location. Board members or staff are not required to be present at a designated meeting location.
The Central Office building will NOT be open for board meetings. All are welcome to attend virtually using the information indicated on the agendas.