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.
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.
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 […]
There will be an informational meeting to review the FY16 School Budget on Monday, February 23, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the Library. All residents of the Plainfield and Marshfield communities are encouraged to attend.
January, 2015 Dear Parent or Guardian: You are most likely already aware that Twinfield has been identified as a “school in need of improvement” as defined by the federal education law. This year Twinfield is in Year 2 Corrective Action. Twinfield, along with all Vermont schools, is working hard everyday to improve student achievement and […]
On Friday November 21st the 8th grade class went the Vermont State House in Montpelier as the culminating event of our Model Government unit. The students formed the national government for the day, using both the Senate and House chambers to read, debate, and vote on their bills. We also had the honor of using the Governor’s office for […]
Beginning of Winter 10% off sale for 2014-15 Yearbooks! (Sale price does not include Personalization fees) Check out our TUS Yearbook website for more information (yearbook-order-form) to complete an order form and pay by check or cash or click here (http://www.jostens.com/yearbooks/high-school-yearbooks.html) to order online, personalize your book and pay by credit card! Payments must be received […]
The 7th grade Humanities class welcomed Fabio Fua Nascimento to our class to teach us Brazilian Capoeiro, a form of martial art that combines dance, acrobatics and music. Fau presented an overview of Capoeira as it connected to the history of Brazil and culture, and then provided us all the chance to learn how to create 'ashe' (positive energy) […]
This year's 7th Grade Hike Challenge to Mt. Mansfield was our most successful yet! We had perfect weather, great attitudes, perseverance and an incredible capacity to support and care for each other. This combination of factors contributed to all 37 students summiting on this year's hike. Well done 7th grade! To view more photos from the 7th Grade […]