GRANTHAM — Superintendent Sydney Leggett is pleased to announce that the Grantham Village School was named a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
BEDFORD — Police Chief John Bryfonski and Fire Chief Scott Hunter would like to invite the community to join their departments for an open house at the Bedford Safety Complex.
ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci is pleased to announce that Rochester Public Schools partnered with the New Hampshire Learning Initiative and the Ongoing Assessment Project to provide teachers with training to help close learning gaps among the district’s youngest students.
PETERBOROUGH — Four more school districts — Hopkinton, Lebanon, Manchester, and Nashua — will join the ConVal School District’s lawsuit seeking equitable education funding from the state.
A Statement from NHSAA Executive Director Carl Ladd Regarding the Supreme Court of New Hampshire’s Ruling Today
CONCORD — The following is a statement from Executive Director Carl Ladd regarding the Supreme Court of New Hampshire’s ruling today to remand the case between the ConVal, Monadnock, Mascenic and Winchester School Districts and the state to Superior Court Judge David Ruoff for review:
Chief Pellerin will be available to members of the news media at 3:30 p.m. at the Kingston Fire Station, 148 Main St., Kingston, N.H. KINGSTON, N.H. — Fire investigators were at the Woodland Drive home of Kingston Fire Chief Graham Pellerin on Monday. A preliminary determination has been made that the damage to the home […]
KINGSTON, N.H. — East Kingston Fire Chief Ed Warren, serving as the incident commander, reports that fire crews from multiple communities battled a blaze that caused serious damage to the family home of Kingston Fire Chief Graham Pellerin on Sunday evening. Firefighters were dispatched at 5:42 p.m. to a 9 Woodland Drive for a report […]
CONCORD — The following is a statement from New Hampshire School Administrators Association (NHSAA) Executive Director Carl Ladd following the House Education Committee’s 20-0 vote today to retain House Bill 20:
CONCORD — New Hampshire School Administrators Association (NHSAA) Executive Director Carl Ladd and the NHSAA wish to share information on House Bill 609, legislation that seeks to give districts the option to form innovation schools.
New Hampshire School Administrators Association Shares Concerns Regarding Proposed Education Voucher Bill
CONCORD — New Hampshire School Administrators Association (NHSAA) Executive Director Carl Ladd and the NHSAA wish to share information on proposed legislation with the potential to create profound, potentially inequitable and tremendously costly changes to education statewide.