- Dawn Bates
- Renee Bates
- Becky Bicknell
- Emily Gauthier
- Kerra Holden
- Dana Howe
- Lauren Kiessling
- Megan McLane
- Sarah McLeod
- Holly Newberry
- Bess Powers
- Stephanie Smart
Washington Central Unified Union School District is dedicated to meeting the needs of each student, so that beginning with preschool, every child is allowed to thrive, and receive the greatest educational benefits possible, from his/her school experience.
Each of the six schools within the district has an Educational Support System (ESS), which is designed to provide the supports required to meet the diverse needs of our students. The purpose of an educational support system (ESS) is to ensure that all students, regardless of their eligibility for categorical programs, achieve basic skills, meet Vermont Standards, and experience success in the general education components like curriculum, instruction, standards and assessments. The educational support systems in each school is designed to support the academic social and emotional needs of students, including those students who are exceeding the standards.
Teachers are responsible for being aware of ESS programs and supports, knowing when and how to refer students to those appropriate programs and supports, and for working with programs to ensure the success of every student.
Section 504 and special education are part of a range of supports and remedial services available to students as part of the ESS. Because special education and Section 504 are categorical programs with specific eligibility requirements, these services are not available for all students.
ATTENTION RESIDENTS OF BERLIN, CALAIS, EAST MONTPELIER, MIDDLESEX AND WORCESTER
Washington Central Unified Union School District (WCUUSD) offers special education services to eligible children three through twenty-one and early intervention for children birth to age three.
Eligible students with disabilities are entitled to receive a free, appropriate, public education.
WCUUSD may not be aware of all resident children and youth with a disability. If you know of a child who has a disability and is not in school, homeless, attending an independent school, enrolled in home study or not otherwise being educated at public expense, please notify us by contacting your local school principal or by calling or writing:
Director of Special Services
Washington Central Unified Union School District
1130 Gallison Hill Road
Montpelier, VT 05602
802-229-0553 X 1303