Woodstock Union Middle School Mission Statement

The Woodstock Union Middle School is a school that recognizes and understands the special intellectual, physical, and social/emotional needs of early adolescents.  Students at this stage of growth, which spans the transition from childhood to adolescence, are at a critical turning point in their lives.  We are committed to helping each of our students experience success and growth, both personally and academically.

Our mission is to do our best to assure that every student be able to think critically; be healthy, literate, and articulate; behave lawfully and ethically; be an active and productive citizen; and be committed to lifelong learning.

Woodstock Union High School Mission

We are a diverse community committed to the discovery of promise in each of us, and dedicated to the full development of intellect, curiosity, energy, and conscience.

Our Guiding Principles

The Woodstock Union High School & Middle School faculty, staff and administration aspire to build a climate of respect, trust and courage. We consciously commit ourselves to:

  • Challenge and expand the limits of thought, tolerance and performance;
  • Support and engage each student's unique gifts;
  • Develop and empower the mind, body and spirit;
  • Inspire and honor the active stewardship of family,community, nation and globe.

(adopted by the Woodstock Union High School Board 1/12/2000)

Windsor Central Supervisory Union Mission Statement

Windsor Central Supervisory Union’s mission is based on the four principles of cohesiveness, equity, high academic standards and professional practice. These principles will guide the support and leadership WCSU will provide to the individual school districts that constitute the supervisory union. The leadership provided by WCSU will be focused on the intellectual, social, emotional and physical development of students within the WCSU schools from kindergarten through high school so that students will be prepared to achieve productive and fulfilling lives.

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WUHSMS
100 Amsden Way
Woodstock, Vermont 05091

  • High School: (802) 457- 1317
  • Middle School: (802) 457- 1330

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