Mission

"It is the mission of Harwood Union High School to provide an educational and creative environment in which every person is valued as an individual, challenged as a learner and inspired to contribute to a democratic society. As a professional learning organization of all academic departments, we are prepared to work together in order to provide a unique and personalized learning experience for all students."

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Jun 04 2019 Susan Laskaris

What’s the Story? (WtS) empowers young people to become informed, strategic, and empathic change agents on topics of social concern that they choose. At no cost to students or schools, WtS nurtures and networks self-reflective young leaders through authentic, challenging, and collaborative work.

WtS is an innovative, credit-bearing course that invites middle and high school students from across Vermont to work in teams that are united by a common passion around a topic of social concern. Cohorts of young leaders extend across geographies, schools, ages, and academic interests and are connected to the Next Generation Leadership Network (NGLN) of young people and teachers who are pedagogically and practically committed to responsible and involved citizenship. What’s the Story? and NGLN have emerged from the teaching and learning at Middlebury Bread Loaf School of English and the Bread Loaf Teacher Network.

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Apr 29 2019 HU WebApp

Three Democracies 2019 Rhetorical Night
Thursday, May 23rd
6:00-7:30 PM in the Harwood Library

“For the more an honorable and worthy study was used badly by the foolishness and wickedness of dull-minded and immoral men who brought danger to their cities, the more the better citizens should have studied and practiced ways to stop them from destroying the republic.”-Cicero

“Eloquence comes not by nature or from practice but by study and education.”- Cicero

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Apr 25 2019 Susan Laskaris

The college search process and intercollegiate athletics: Finding the right fit, for the right reasons.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8th: 6:30PM at RICE MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL, CAFE

Panelists will include Tacy Lincoln, Associate Director of Athletics, local coaches, and local college student/athletes. Learn more about:  Recruiting, Scholarships, NCAA Divisions, Eligibility, NCAA requirements,Campus Visits.

Open to the public - no registration needed.  Contact Ms. Rabbin with any questions at [email protected]

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Apr 19 2019 Susan Laskaris

The Governor's Institure on the Arts is a 2-wk institute for VT high school students, June 23rd to July 7th, will be held on Castleton University's campus, where you can build skills amidst a community of like-minded peers from all over the state.  Some of the workshops included are:  GarageBand Tutorials, Zentangles, Printmaking, Body Percussion, Walking Meditation, Yoga Basics, Drone Photography and many more.  Sliding scale tuition available.  Applications are at https://www.giv.org/institutes/arts/

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Apr 01 2019 Susan Laskaris

A fun, experiential “hands-on” residential program for students entering 10th - 12th grades (fall 2019) in any program of studies or career pathway

• Gain valuable insight from entrepreneurs who share their stories and experiences

• Enhance creativity to spark and develop profitable ideas positioned for success

• Assess strengths and opportunities; learn how to develop a winning team

• Option to earn 3 college credits with dual enrollment (no cost) vouchers

Have an unforgettable experience that’s fun, exciting, empowering - that sparks long-lasting friendships — plus lots more!

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