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Ellis School Adequacy Site Visit
SAU 83 has received the results of the Ellis School adequacy site visit made by the NHDOE in October 2016. It is attached below including a letter from our outgoing Commissioner, Dr. Virginia Barry.
Here are a few particular notes of thanks for the quality results of the visitation...one to Principal Andrew Haas and Assistant Brigid Connelly who had to put together a visitation schedule so quickly after starting in their new positions in July. Also, to Ms. Lyn Healy for being the catalyst for the work on "I can" statements over the past several years... To all of the Ellis staff who have put in time developing these statements and doing other work moving us ever closer to a more cohesive and sequential educational experience for our kids, and to the Fremont School Board for supporting this and the many other efforts to raise the quality of education at Ellis School.
Ellis School Performance
The Ellis School will perform at the Manchester Monarchs game on Friday, March 10th at 7pm. Details
Winter/Spring 2017 Adult Education Classes
Exeter Adult Education is offering classes. For a complete list of classes click here.
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New Hampshire Students score at the top on the National Assessment of Educational Progress Science Assessment
As with the release of Grades 4 and 8 Mathematics and Reading results for the 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), often referred to as “the Nation’s Report Card,” administered in the winter of 2015, New Hampshire students demonstrated their proficiency in the subject of Science. Read more....
End 68 Hours of Hunger Comes to Fremont!
End 68 Hours of Hunger has come to Fremont! We are a 100% volunteer organization that provides bags of food to local children experiencing weekend food insecurity. These are children who don’t know where their next meal is coming between school lunch on Friday and school breakfast on Monday. We are planning to start feeding approximately 20 students at Ellis school in the next few months. Read more..