Twinfield Union School and Cabot School have been selected by the New England Secondary School Consortium (NESSC) and the Great Schools Partnership to participate in a new initiative that will help them expand personalized learning experiences and meet the learning needs, interests, and aspirations of individual students. The initiative’s goal is to help the schools […]
Twinfield Union School is a Pre K to 12 school which serves the unique rural communities of Marshfield and Plainfield.
Students from all grade levels regularly use the school's 80 acres and the school's outdoor classroom to enhance student learning.
The Everybody Wins Program is one way community members make a difference in the lives of our students.
Community service is embedded in the spirit of the Twinfield Union School. Students consistently work to give back to their local, state and world communities.
Musical performances, art shows, drama productions and other venues for students to share their talents is part of the fabric of our learning community.
Come join us at the Barre Elks Club on Saturday, April 4, 2015, starting at 5:30pm. We have great prizes and HUGE cash prizes up to $2,500.00! It’s a wonderful opportunity to have some fun and help two important Twinfield programs. With the $100.00 ticket you get two dinners (a choice of prime rib, stuffed […]
Over the past 8 years, more than $20,000 and hundreds of pounds of food have been donated to the Onion River Food Shelf by Twinfield students and families. The drive occurs in the weeks leading up to the December holidays. Here is a note recently received from Diana Fielder, Co-Coordinator of the Food Shelf: Once again this […]
On Thursday, February 12, more than sixty high school students, college students, and Vermont community members convened at the Statehouse to voice their support for the divestment of the state pension funds from the worst 200 coal, oil, and gas companies. The Youth Day of Action ran in conjunction with hundreds of Global Divestment Day […]
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On January 22nd, 93 people came together to acknowledge and celebrate the impact mentoring has on our community. We were able to thank the 38 volunteers with a dinner and dessert. Matches were recognized for the length of their relationship and presented with matching t-shirts. Click here for the full story.
The 8th grade Humanities class was privileged to have an online chat with United States Senator Patrick Leahy on January 13th, 2015. This was our 4th attempt to speak with Senator since December of 2013, as we had to reschedule twice due to snow days and once because of a change in the Senator's schedule. It was […]
Students in grades 3-6 and grades 9-10 participated in the Hour of Code in early December. This international event is designed to demystify computer programming and interest more students in learning to code. Elementary students solved coding puzzles using "blockly," a programming tool that teaches computing concepts (such as loops and conditionals) with simple command […]