• Help the EWSD Create a New Vision!

    On Wednesday, March 21 at Fine Arts Night, the first draft of the brand new EWSD vision was on display. Did you miss it?

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  • EWSD to Host a Community Conversation Around School Safety

    The EWSD will host a conversation and information session focused on school and community safety on Monday, April 2 from 6:30-8 p.m. in the Essex High School cafeteria.

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  • Students Look to Add a Buddy Bench to the School Playground

    Two third graders at Hiawatha School came up with the idea of adding a 'Buddy Bench' for their playground. The McDonald's on 106 Pearl Street in Essex Junction partnered up with the school and donated 10% of its sales from their January 12-14, 2018 weekend sales for this effort!

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  • Hiawatha Helps Stock Food Pantry

    Hiawatha Hustle food collections allowed some third-grade students to see what community service looks like, close up. With photos!

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  • PHOTOS: Book Characters Take to Hiawatha Halls

    Staff and students alike dressed up as their most beloved book characters on Tuesday, Oct. 18!

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  • Just Build It!

    The Global Cardboard Challenge is coming to Hiawatha! The Hiawatha Library is sponsoring this fun (and free!) family event that will bring our school community together and give students and families a chance to collaborate, learn, problem-solve, and build something they imagine.

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  • Welcome to a New Year!

    On behalf of the entire faculty and staff, I hope that you and your families have enjoyed a relaxing and rejuvenating summer. I would like to welcome you to the opening of what promises to be a wonderful school year! I am excited to embark on this journey with you as we commit to the learning and well-being of your children. Together, teachers, students, and parents/guardians make a strong Hiawatha family.

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