Since 2017, the Windsor Central Supervisory Union (WCSU) Board has been engaged in ongoing planning to develop solutions to concerns related to the condition of the Woodstock Union High School and Middle School (WUHSMS). Through detailed facility studies and analysis conducted by experts in the field, site visits to other schools around the country, and preparation of a master plan for a new middle and high school facility, board members have processed the extent of the challenges.
Last June, the board voted unanimously to explore the financial viability, including public, private and other funding sources, of building a new middle and high school as part of a district-wide facility improvement plan. The resolution included a recognition that improved facilities are necessary investments to support the attainment of portrait of a graduate outcomes and the proposed district strategic plan.
To inform community members of the current facility issues facing WUHSMS and plans for addressing those issues, there will be a guided building tour and follow up conversation scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 19, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.