The local school boards of the Washington West Supervisory Union held a first presentation on Act 46 or H.361 on September 8th at HUHS.  Watch video here.  More information on, Act 46, can be found here.


What is Student-Centered Learning and Why Does it Matter? 

Please join us as we continue to engage the community in the work of "remodeling" learning systems for our students. Reach out to your school principal for more information on how to get involved - or contact Director of Curriculum: Sheila Soule at WWSU Central Office. 


Welcome to Washington West Supervisory Union.

The Washington West Supervisory Union serves 6 rural communities in central Vermont, just east of the Green Mountains range.  The towns include Duxbury, Fayston, Moretown, Waitsfield, Warren, and Waterbury.  Each community in WWSU has its own elementary school with its own flavor and setting.  These sending schools feed Harwood Union which is located on 160 acres approximately equidistant from the north and south ends of the district. 

WWSU is comprised of four PK-6 elementary schools, one PK-4 Primary school, one 5-8 middle school and a high school serving grades 7-12; a total of seven schools. All of our schools have high academic expectations and score at or above the state average consistently in areas of language arts, math and science.  WWSU is a wholesome, livable district with strong community support for and participation in the educational process. 

To learn more about WWSU, please peruse the WWSU Mission and our Action Plan

  • Harwood Union High School
  • Harwood Union Middle School
  • Crossett Brook Middle School
  • Fayston Elementary School
  • Moretown Elementary School
  • Thatcher Brook Primary School
  • Waitsfield Elementary School
  • Warren Elementary School


The following bus schedule is preliminary and may be adjusted based on ridership when necessary.  Please note that there are a number of changes in bus routes this year.  Routes and pick up/drop-off times have changed throughout the district.

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