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8th Grade Canoe Journey

The 2016 8th Grade Canoe Journey was an incredible experience for both students and chaperones. The weather was remarkable, as were the students. The students' leadership skills, and capacity to care for each other and to face new challenges was inspiring. We are very proud of all of you!  Thank you to all the chaperones and parents for their contributions and support. View more […]

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TUS students attend the 22nd Young Playwrights Festival

Twinfield playwrights from the middle and high schools participated again this year in the 22nd Young Playwrights Festival at the Flynn Theater on May 11 and May 12. High school playwrights whose plays were recognized at the festival were Liv Boucher, Heba Mohamud, and Noah Brown.  In the middle school Ryley Corbett, Eliza Cleary, and […]

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The 3nd Jimmy Kennedy Breakfast and Silent Auction

The 3nd Annual Jimmy Kennedy Breakfast and Silent Auction, held on Saturday, May 14, was once again a great community event! We would like to thank all the family, friends and community members who donated food, crafts and their time in support the 8th Grade Canoe Journey Project.   An extra-big thank you to Amy Kelley, […]

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Second Annual Twinfield Green Up!

It is that time of year again!  Last year Twinfield middle and high school students began a tradition that left the towns of Marshfield and Plainfield looking very green!  Students spent three hours scouring the local back roads for debris left by the melting snow.  They filled the school dump truck, plus--close to 150 bags […]

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Mark Mooney, Twinfield Principal, Receives Principal of the Year Award

Washington Northeast Supervisory Union Superintendent, Nancy Thomas, is pleased to announce that Mark Mooney, Twinfield Union School Principal, is the recipient of the Robert F. Pierce Vermont Secondary Principal of the Year Award for 2016 – 2017. Students of all grades, staff gathered for an assembly on Wednesday morning to hear the announcement and celebrate. […]

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8th Grade visits the State House

The 8th grade class made their annual trip to the State House in Montpelier on Monday March 21.  Students acted as the government for the day discussing, debating and voting on bills drafted by our model government. To see more of the photos of the 8th grade model government go to the Middle School Humanities […]

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8th Grade Elder Tea

The 8th grade class hosted our annual Elder Tea on Wednesday January 21.  Students invited the  person whom they had interviewed for the Great Thanksgiving Listen. Our guests stories about their lives and reflected on how the world has changed since they were in 8th grade. It was just a wonderful gathering and we thank all of […]

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Incoming Kindergarten Class Schedule

March 21-25 - Kindergarten Registration (please call the main office for a registration packet) April 14 - Parent Information Meeting, 6-7 pm in the Library May 5-6 - Kindergarten Screening May 23 - Kindergarten Visitation Day (no class for current kindergarten students) Questions? Contact Rebecca Emerson (426-3213 x 274) or Sharyn Baum (426-3213 x 246). […]

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National Mentor Month

On Thursday, January 14th, five Twinfield Together matches took a trip into Montpelier to celebrate National Mentor Month.  The day was complete with speeches, an art exhibit at the courthouse, a tour of the statehouse and lunch.  To see a slideshow, visit

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9th Annual Penny Challenge Raises $3,500!

The Twinfield community came together for the ninth year running to collect for families in need.  Students in grades 7-12 collected money while students in grades Pre K-6 collected nonperishable food items.  The Penny Challenge runs for the two weeks leading up to December break each year, and supports the Onion River Food Shelf.  The […]

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