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Ms. Brucie K. Donahue

Phone: 802-485-4500


Degrees and Certifications:

BS Secondary Education, UVM - History Major Masters, St. Michael's College - Information Technology

Ms. Brucie K. Donahue

I am very happy to say that this is the 1st year in the new Central Vermont Supervisory Union and my 32nd year in the profession. Thank you! I love my job and all the daily diversity. Feel free to reach out to me. I am happy to help.

This page is a resources for teachers to help them better integrate technology into their classrooms. Please feel free to contact me for help and assistance. The best way to reach me is through e-mail or the help desk.

Brucie K. Donahue

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An EdTech Blog

  • Project Ignite 2018

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 4/3/2018


    Today I spent the day with a fabulous educators learning about The Moth style of storytelling.



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  • Amy Urling

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 5/26/2017

    Science teacher, Amy Urling, has been doing a really great job getting her students using video (WeVideo) for her Science 2 astromony projects. She also has taken some initiative for learning how to navigate the new Blackboard website so students can get assignments etc. 

    Great job Amy!!!



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  • Project Ignite Day 2017

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 3/30/2017

    I had the honor of spending the day with 2 wonderful #wssuteach teachers from Northfhield and Roxbury. Congratulations to Jen Williams and Shane Heath.



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  • Creating a Personal Learning Lab space at NMHS

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 2/6/2017

    We are creating a Personal Learning Lab space (maker??) at Northfield Middle High School. I know the students are super excited and I want them to be as involved as possible in the creation of the new space! Wanna join us? get in touch.


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  • Cyber Patriot Program

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 2/3/2017

    Today, two professors from Norwich University will be visiting the Computer Science students to discuss our participation in the National Cyber Patriot X program! We are very excited about our partnership with Norwich and the opportunities that it will bring to our students.

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  • Robotics at the Elementary School

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 1/23/2017

    One Friday Jan 20, 2017, I attended a workshop called Coding from the Littles to Middles. I was a great day and I learned a lot that will help me bring robots into the classroom.

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