On May 30th, students (and staff) at PrES were invited to participate in the Junior Flower Show. Students were asked to create a flower based project following a theme of backyard, construction, sci-fi/fantasy, vegetables, sports, patriotic, or literature. Students received ribbons based on their project. Parents and community members were […]
On Friday, PoHS hosted their annual Poultney Art Day. During the school day, students from PoHS and PoES were invited to attend different stations, where they could learn and get hands on experience with various mediums, such as glassblowing and slate carving. The event was open to the public that […]
Students in our Spanish Culture and Cuisine class attended a field trip to the Culinary Playground in NH. Students learned about the ingredients and techniques used to prepare three Hispanic dishes: Chimichurri chicken, mango salsa, and churro cupcakes with homemade cinnamon buttercream.
Last week, 8th grade students from RTS traveled down to Washington D.C. to visit our nation’s capital and all it has to offer. They visited museums, landmarks, and even the zoo! Thank you to everyone who made this trip possible. Check out the highlights below!
PUBLIC NOTICE Greater Rutland County Supervisory Union ATT: SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS AND LEGAL GUARDIANS. The Greater Rutland County Supervisory Union, which includes the towns of Proctor, West Rutland, Poultney, Wells, Middletown Springs, Ira, and Rutland Town, will be destroying educational records of former special education students who graduated from high […]
Yesterday, some students from PrES traveled up to the High School to watch a performance with instruments made out of recycled materials and objects. In case you missed it, here is a link to the performance: FB Watch
Yesterday, students in the 6th grade at WVS met with three members from the Wells community to speak about Wells’ history. Students asked the elderly guests what life was like during their childhood, what do they love about Wells, how was school different, and what the community as a whole […]
Last week, it was announced that our Pre-K program at Wells Village School is a 5 Star Program! What does it mean to be a 5 Star Program? Wells Village School Preschool is a prequalified program per ACT 166, Universal Preschool. Thus, our program is required to adhere to a […]
Taiko Drummers came to Proctor High School last week! Students were able to learn how to use the drums and listen to a live performance.
Last Friday, Kat McGrath, designer & art director, visited the AP Art class at PrHS. Kat works across branding & identities, publications, and spaces with an emphasis on typography, visual research, and collaborative approaches across disciplines. She enjoys designing work that seeks to activate community and encourages curiosity. She spoke […]