The following form will be given out to K to 2 students that ride the bus home. This is provided in case you miss the form.
Please understand that this drop off form is in effect for this school year ONLY. A new form will need to be completed
for each school year. Thank you.
Re: New practice for K-2 bus drop off
Dear Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd Grade Parents/Guardians:
The Rochester School District has worked collaboratively with parents and our bus company to establish a new drop off protocol for students in grades K-2. Effective October 3, 2016 students who are in grades K-2 must be received at their assigned bus stop by a parent/guardian or a responsible adult who has been designated by the parents.
We understand that this may change the normal routine for your family, but want your input to ensure that we have a safe dismissal for your child. Therefore, we are requesting that you please complete the information below and return it to your child’s teacher by Wednesday September 28th. Even if you are not requiring a parent or guardian at drop off, we still need you to complete the form below.
Name of Student: ______________________________________________________________
Grade level: _____________ School: _____________________________
Bus Number: _____________
– I will have a parent/guardian or a responsible adult greet my student at their bus stop.
– I will not have a parent/guardian or a responsible adult present and grant permission for my K-2 student to walk from the bus stop.
Parent – Print name Date
Please return this form to your child’s teacher by September 28, 2016
Please call 332-3678 if you have questions.
We will begin calling parents tomorrow.
This list includes students that will enter Kindergarten because their siblings attend, at least 5 that are in the “former” Maple Street School zone, other students requesting Kindergarten and upper grade students added to the waiting list.
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“Across the country, New Hampshire is recognized as a leader in competency-based education. Through our PACE pilot program, seven school districts and one charter school are now reducing the level of standardized testing in favor of more locally managed assessments that are integrated into the student’s day-to-day work—a model that is expanding nationally based on our success.”
Maggie Hassan, Governor
State of New Hampshire
State of the State Address
Here is the powerpoint from last night’s budget presentation. We will develop a budget reduction list to get to tax cap budget. The reduction needed to get to the tax cap from the current services budget is $1,954,778.
FY 2017 School Department Budget
Attached is the Spaulding High School NEASC Report
Spaulding High School – Final Report – 092215
On behalf of the Committee on Public Secondary Schools, I am pleased to submit the final version of the evaluation report which you and I discussed in its draft form. May I remind you of the Committee policy on Statement of Limitations which requires that upon your receipt of the evaluation report from the chair of the visiting committee that it be released within 60 days to the following individuals and locations: • superintendent of schools • board/committee of education • members of the faculty • state department of education • public library or city/town office • appropriate news media Following the official release of the evaluation report, please send a PDF copy of the report to each member of the visiting committee by email. In addition, I have sent an electronic copy of the final evaluation report to the Committee office as required. You may wish to add the electronic copy onto the school’s website. I would like to take this opportunity to wish you, Dan, Donna, and all Spaulding High School personnel and students all the best as you make use of this report to make a good school even better. I would also like to thank you and Dan for your upbeat candid communication during the entire accreditation process. Please let me know that you receive this correspondence. I look forward to hearing from you.
Thanks and have a great day living the dream! Don Donald D. Gainey, EdD 45 Hunting House Lane North Scituate, RI 02857’ (401) 764-0373 (H) firstname.lastname@example.org
An amazing opening keynote at iNACOL15
Opening Keynote Address: Sustaining Lasting Change: Mobilizing Thousands Toward Student-Centered Learning
Craig Kielburger, Co-Founder of Free The Children, Me to We Day
Mobilizing sustainable and holistic systemic change in education requires strong leadership, a shared vision of the future, and the abilityto build capacity to dramatically improve the learning environments of all students. In his opening keynote address, Craig will inspire and
challenge our thinking on leading worldwide systemic change in education through the use of social media.
As co-founder of a family of organizations dedicated to shifting the world from ‘me’ to ‘we,’ Craig will share insights from his journey of providing holistic and sustainable education, clean water, health care, food security and alternative income programs in eight developing countries. In 1995 at 12 years of age, Craig co-founded Free The Children. He has since built one of the largest social media followings in the world with 3.6 million followers, mobilizing thousands of youth to reach out and help others. He will share his story of empowering others, reminding us that it only takes one person to make a powerful difference in the world today.
Something amazing happened at the football game Friday night. This is Teagan House who is on our team (is there everyday) and has muscular dystrophy scoring a touchdown in an actual high school football game. Thanks to Winnacunnet staff who allowed it to happen.
This is the true meaning of sport. IMG_1284