Superintendent’s Office

Welcome to the Superintendent's Office at HUUSD

Our Mission

To provide quality educational programs for the children in the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) in a safe and nurturing environment. Our Central office administrators, school administrators, and school board members work together to ensure that every school and community in HUUSD provides each student with the learning opportunities needed for them to develop their potential and to gain the knowledge, skills, and attributes necessary to be productive citizens.

Our Vision

The Harwood Unified Union School District provides a rigorous, innovative and student-centered educational experience in a welcoming and inclusive environment while ensuring equity, effectiveness, and efficiency.  We will partner with our community to achieve our vision for excellence.

Brigid Scheffert Nease

Superintendent of Schools

  [email protected]
  (802) 583-7945

Laura Titus

Admin. Asst. to Superintendent

  [email protected]
  (802) 583-7953

Latest News Category: Superintendent’s Office

At the April 25, 2018 meeting, the HUUSD Board took action on eight (8) items.

At the meeting on April 11, 2018, the Harwood Unified Union School District (HUUSD) Board took action on seven (7) items

In light of the recent school shooting in Florida, I wanted you to be aware of Secretary Holcombe's letter to the media and available supports for you and your children. Click through to view a list of helpful documents. Sincerely, Superintendent Nease

The presentation shared by Sheila Soule, Director of Curriculum at the March 8, 2017 Board Meeting

Community Coalition Fall Newsletter - Featured Image

The WWSU Community Coalition, that planned the community conversations, continues to meet in order to provide a forum for leadership and community engagement in our schools. 

Key Themes: Community Conversations - Featured Image

Over 130 Community Members, staff, and students took part in a month-long series of conversations to talk about teaching and learning in the schools of WWSU.