We want to show our great appreciation to the Rotary Club of Barre for their donation of over 600 masks today for Barre students. Despite how difficult this pandemic has been on everyone, the generosity and dedication from our community has never wavered. Thank you so much for stepping up in this time of need to support and protect our community!
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Barre Schools are reopening on September 8, 2020. Please visit our Reopening Barre Schools web page by clicking the image above to view information on our hybrid and virtual learning options to see what fits best for you and your family. Registration forms will be sent out on Monday, August 3, 2020.
As the return to school approaches, one of the main areas of focus for us is busing and transportation. It is going to look very different this year as we will be implementing many measures to maximize the safety of our students and staff. For more information please go to buusd.org/covid-19/transportation
The Barre UUSD Board interviewed both Superintendent finalists on April 7, 2020. Following the interviews, the Board reviewed all the available data from forums, reference checks, and other sources before deliberating. An offer was made to David Wells, and we are pleased to announce that he has accepted the position. Please join us in welcoming David Wells as the new Superintendent of the Barre Unified Union School District!
The Barre Unified Union School District will be offering free meals to anyone ages 18 and under starting March 18. These meals will be offered weekly Monday, Wednesday, and Friday until further notice.
We will have one open meal site and multiple sites we are delivering to. Click the image above to learn more.
We find ourselves in times of uncertainty across our state and country. First and foremost, we hope that you and your family are staying healthy and have whatever you need to weather this storm. Please click the image above to read more.
A huge thank you to everyone that participated and gave feedback in our first budget survey. We appreciate all of the comments and responses and will use this information as we develop our budget for next year. We continue to work to improve how we communicate and engage with our community, so please let us know if you have any questions or need more information. We look forward to hearing from you again soon!
Spaulding HS goes 1:1 with Chromebooks
On May 21st 6th graders presented their Google Virtual Reality projects at a conference called Dynamic Landscapes. Dynamic Landscapes is a conference that showcases the innovative use of technology in classrooms.
Melinda Schmalz Wins Special Educator Award