• As of July 1, 2019, the individual schools of Berlin, Calais, East Montpelier, Rumney, Doty and U-32 have officially merged together as a single school district named Washington Central Unified Union School District.

    Our 2019-2020 WCUUSD School Board Members are:


    George Gross

    Flor Diaz-Smith

    Malinda Johnson

    MaryLynne Strachan

    Scott Thompson

    Jaiel Pulskamp

    Chris McVeigh

    Dorothy Naylor

    Jonas Eno-Van Fleet

    Vera Frazier

    Our Worcester Representatives on the WCUUSD Board are:

 Jaiel Pulskamp

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Jaiel Pulskamp

Worcester One-Year Term

I am a professional organic vegetable grower in Worcester, and a climate justice organizer with 350VT. I have one daughter at Doty Elementary and one daughter who will be a freshman at U-32.

I believe education is the backbone of a society. When a child's education inspires their creativity--when they feel understood and supported during their time at school and they are allowed to express themselves-- they will flourish and grow into wonderful adults.

I feel that teachers are often not given the financial support they deserve for their hard work. However, I do not want to cause financial burden to residents. I will approach budgetary decisions carefully and with everyone's wellbeing in mind.

I want to see more local organic food in schools. This is not only better for the children's health, but also good for the local economy.

I am not a proponent of Act 46, and see schools as important fixtures to building strong communities.

 Jonas Eno-Van Fleet

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Jonas Eno-Van Fleet

Worcester Three-Year Term

I grew up in Cabot in the house where my parents still live and moved with my wife to Worcester in 2008. Our oldest son is a second grader at Doty and our youngest is two years old. I work in Montpelier for a company performing data research and media analytics. My parents served on the Cabot select and school boards when I was a kid, and they taught me the imporance of community building and public service. 

We decided to raise our family in Worcester because of Doty's excellent reputation and because of the high quality education our children would receive at U-32. Our family's experience with the inclusive and compassionate spirit of the entire Doty community has confirmed the wisdom of that decision.

Each of the schools in this district are unique and diverse in their own ways, and a top priority of the district must be to build trust and create a collaborative environment in which each school community is valued equally and all voices are heard.

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