Engaging hearts and minds for a limitless future
WSESU - Where students want to learn, staff want to work, and families want to live
WSESU is a diverse community of learners where:
- Every learner has the potential to be a leader
- Students have a strong voice in shaping their school experiences
- Learning is personal, connected, and relevant
- High expectations exist in caring, nurturing environments
- Individuals grow into larger communities, while also broadening a sense of self
- Positive relationships define the interactions between school and the community
- Students get better at making decisions by making decisions
- Everyone is able to bring their full selves to the learning experience
The central offices of our Supervisory Union are located in the town of Windsor, a community situated on the banks of the Connecticut River in southeastern Vermont. Better known as the birthplace of Vermont, it is the location of the framing of Vermont’s first constitution and acted as the first capital and meeting place of the Vermont General Assembly until 1805.
The SU comprises four Vermont village and town school districts to provide learning environments for students from pre-kindergarten to grade twelve. Educating students from Windsor, West Windsor, Hartland, and Weathersfield, school structures include one K-6 elementary school, two K-8 elementary/middle schools, one K-12 school, and a supervisory union-wide early childhood educational program. Windsor High School also serves students from Cornish, New Hampshire. High school choice is available for students residing in Hartland and Weathersfield, which do not operate public high schools.