WCUUSD PreK and Kindergarten
Registration, Meet & Greet, and Screening
The Washington Central Unified Union School District registration process is available and open online for the 2023-2024 school year.
The Pre-K and K registration process must be completed for students who are attending our public school programs and students who are attending private, pre-qualified programs through Act 166 in 2023-2024.
Registration for Pre-K 3 is for students who are 3 years old on or before September 1, 2023.
Pre-K 4 is for students who are 4 or 5 years old (5 years old and not enrolled in Kindergarten) on or before September 1, 2023, from the towns of Berlin, Calais, East Montpelier, Middlesex, and Worcester.
Kindergarten is for children who turn age 5 on or before September 1, 2023. If your child attends one of our district's public Pre-K programs, they are already registered for Kindergarten in our district.
Please go to our website at www.wcsu32.org and follow the directions after clicking the icon titled "Online Registration" which is located on the upper right-hand side of our website.
If registering for public Pre-K in your local elementary, we strongly encourage families to register their children by March 17 or as soon as possible so that we can make informed decisions about programming and staffing needs as well as offer timely placements for families.
IMPORTANT: While registration is ongoing, returning students are offered a placement first. Placement priority is then given to incoming 4-year-olds who have registered by March 17 in order of registration date. All other Pre-K placements are first come first served and space is limited in all of our programs. We will begin offering placements to students in the late Spring. All registration paperwork must be completed before a placement will be offered, this includes the PK Health Examination Form which requires a doctor's signature.
WCUUSD offers childcare options through Community Connections in order to increase access to public Pre-K programs. CC programs take place before or after our school-based programs.
PLEASE NOTE: In the coming school year, WCUUSD will offer uniform Pre-Kindergarten across the district on the same days of the week, Tuesday through Friday, for 2.5 hours per day/10 hours per week.
Community Connections works to support the school-based programs and makes every effort to offer at least a full day of care for each Pre-k school day. When enrollment allows and staffing is available CC offers a full week of care for families.
Please contact Kim Bolduc, Coordinator of Early Education and Expanded Learning Opportunities at Kbolduc@u32.org or 223-7936 Ext. 305 if you have any questions regarding Pre-Kindergarten, Act 166, or Community Connections before or aftercare options.
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The Woodbury/Calais Food Shelf now has a donation box at the school.
The food shelf is open the third Saturday of the month from 9am - 11am AND the following Wednesday from 5pm - 6:30pm
If you are in a position to donate non-perishable items, please drop them off outside the main office doors anytime.
If you'd like to stop by the food shelf, it is located at 49 Valley Lake Road, Woodbury, VT 05681 or you can leave a message at 802-456-7024.
WCUUSD Bus Transportation Request for School Year 2023-2024
Below is a link to a form to consent to our student transportation policies and request transportation for the 2023-2024 School Year. Please fill out this form and submit by Friday, June 9.
This form does not guarantee where your bus stop will be located. If your student will need a stop at a before or after school care location, please contact your school with this information.
** This form is required, even if you previously completed transportation information via the Infinite Campus Parent Portal, or on-line registration. **
Please contact your school with any questions.
~ PLEASE COMPLETE ONE FORM PER STUDENT ~
*Please note that if you have an Exchange Student, Tuition Student or a Lottery Student from outside the WCUUSD, you are required to provide your own transportation to and from school.
Washington Central serves the five rural towns that surround Montpelier, Vermont’s state capital, with U-32 as our Middle School and High School. The towns – Berlin, Calais, East Montpelier, Middlesex and Worcester – are all classic, close-knit New England villages. The presence of state government, the home office of a national financial services company, a variety of post-secondary educational institutions, and a relatively well-educated population ensure that our students have many educational, social, and cultural opportunities.