• HUUSD names new assistant principal

    Krotinger Sam HUHS...

  • Harwood alpine wins two more events

    Although Harwood was technically competing at Champlain Valley Union’s Carnival last Tuesday, January 30, it probably felt more like a home race to the athletes at Sugarbush.

    Harwood’s racers won the slalom event

  • ‘It is a lot of fun to ski when the kick wax is perfect’

    Harwood Union High School Nordic skiers were back in Chittenden County this week at a 5K classic race at the Sleepy Hollow Inn Ski and Bike Center in Huntington. There have been a lot of icy races this year so Sleepy

  • HUUSD central office budget down

    The Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) central office budget is down $5,706.33 for the upcoming budget season. The total budget for the central office, including fiscal services and special education

  • HUUSD forms principal search committee

    The Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board will begin looking for a replacement for Harwood’s former principal, Amy Rex.

    At the HUUSD Board’s December 20 meeting, Superintendent Brigid Nease

  • Harwood overpowers U-32 in 7-1 win

    Harwood boys’ hockey was successful in every way in their 7-1 rout of U-32 on Wednesday, December 20.

    “That’s more the style we can play if we show up for three periods,” Harwood’s head coach Dave Morse

  • Nease proposes HUUSD redesign

    What would happen if all fifth-grade students in the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) were in one building? How about if all fifth- and sixth-graders in the district attended Crossett Brook in Duxbury along

  • Harwood falls to MVU at home

    Two Missisquoi Valley Union (MVU) goals in the third period sank the Harwood Union hockey team’s hopes of starting their season off with a win.

    The Highlanders fell 3-2 to MVU on Wednesday, December 13, on home

  • HU basketball falters against Montpelier

    The Harwood Union boys’ basketball team was unable to keep up with Montpelier after the first quarter, dropping their second game of the season 32-59 on Monday, December 18.

    Forced turnovers and fouls helped the

  • Youth dominates a small boys’ hockey roster

    After seven seniors and two juniors left after last year, the Harwood boys’ hockey team will have to bring their young skaters up to speed in order to compete.

    Harwood’s boys’ hockey team made it to the Division

  • HU girls’ hockey has a spectrum of skating ability

    The Harwood girls’ hockey team has an array of talent to work through this year.

    On this year’s girls’ hockey roster, there are girls who are brand new to the sport all the way up to what coach Mike Vasseur calls

  • HUUSD adopts new budgeting process

    The Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) is beginning work on next year’s school budget and has adopted a new budgeting process for this second year of operations.

    Starting November 15 as The Valley

  • Socrates Cafe raises questions

    On Monday evening, November 13, students and community members filed into the Harwood library to ponder the question “How do we balance freedom and security in our democracy today?”

    This question was the topic of

  • HU soccer loses championship in OT

    Harwood boys’ soccer fell 3-2 to Lake Region in overtime in the Vermont DII state championships on Saturday, November 4.

    Lake Region struck first in the 22nd minute when Jackson King netted a rebound

  • Magill wins Vermont Division II XC championship

    Erin Magill, Moretown, easily outdistanced the field at the Vermont State Division II State Championships held at Thetford Academy on Saturday, October 28. Her 25-second margin of victory also qualified her for the New

  • Harwood boys’ soccer heads to state championship

    Harwood boys’ soccer is gearing up for a rematch against Lake Region as they head to the Vermont Division II state championship this Saturday having defeated Woodstock 7-0 on November 1.

    Last season, the

  • Bruins visit Harwood Youth Hockey Association

    The Boston Bruins visited the Ice Center in Waterbury this week on October 30 to visit Harwood Youth Hockey Association (HYHA) players. HYHA was selected as one of 10 New England youth hockey organizations to host a

  • Libraries and Harwood collaborate on Socrates Cafe

    Christopher Phillips, internationally known philosopher and author of bestseller Socrates Café: A Fresh Taste of Philosophy, and The Philosophy of Childing: Unlocking Creativity, Curiosity and Reason through

  • Harwood girls second, boys third at NVAC Division Championships

    Erin Magill’s first-place finish led the Harwood girls’ cross-country team to a second-place finish at the NVAC Mountain Division Championships in Montpelier on Saturday, while the Harwood boys finished

  • HUMS cross-country dominates NVAC championships

    Harwood Union Middle School cross-country girls, undefeated all season, won the NVAC Mountain Division Cross-Country Championship with a near-perfect score of 18 this Saturday in Montpelier. The boys, with several of