Superintendent Lisha Cabral would like to remind Easton parents and residents about two community forums on Thursday to discuss the Easton Early Elementary School Project.
Easton School Planning Committee to Host Community Forum on Early Elementary School Project, Aug. 15
Superintendent Lisha Cabral would like to notify Easton parents and residents about two upcoming community forums to discuss the Easton Early Elementary School Project.
*MEDIA ADVISORY* Easton Residents Invited to Attend Community Forums on Proposed Elementary School Building Project
Superintendent Lisha Cabral and Jane Martin, Chair of the School Planning Committee and School Committee member, are inviting residents to attend two upcoming community forums regarding the proposed Early Elementary School Building Project.
Hull Public Schools to Host Forum for Parents/Guardians on Integrating Social-Emotional Skills at Home
HULL — Superintendent Michael Devine and Assistant Superintendent Judy Kuehn would like to invite parents and guardians to attend a community forum on integrating social-emotional skills at home.
Interim Town Administrator Marcia Birmingham and the Rockland Board of Selectmen would like to invite residents to attend a community engagement forum next week to gather their input about the qualifications and characteristics they believe Rockland’s next Town Administrator should possess.
DURHAM — The Oyster River High School Student Mental Health Wellness Committee is pleased to announce that it will host a forum later this month and invites the public to attend.
*UPDATED MEDIA ADVISORY* Bedford Police to Host “Substance Abuse, From the Border to Our Corner” Event
BEDFORD, N.H. — Chief John Bryfonski announces that the Bedford Police Department will be hosting a community forum event this month to discuss the growing opioid crisis.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Youth Health & Safety Coalition, along with Arlington Public Schools and the Arlington Youth Counseling Center (AYCC), announces that they will host a community forum on suicide prevention and depression awareness this month.
BEDFORD, N.H. — Chief John Bryfonski and the Bedford Police Department would like to invite residents to attend a free community fraud talk to learn how not to become a victim of scams.