Education

DOE partners with NextStep Health Tech to launch GoodLife app

The New Hampshire Department of Education has partnered with NextStep Health Tech to launch GoodLife, a mobile application designed to build and strengthen student social and emotional resilience. The app allows students to join communities, set physical and emotional development goals, and send and receive positive feedback, all while preserving their anonymity online. READ MORE
Education

Parker-Varney teacher among 11 semi-finalists for NH Teacher of the Year

The National Teacher of the Year program, run by the Council of Chief State School Officers and presented by Voya Financial, identifies exceptional teachers in the country, recognizes their effective work in the classroom, amplifies their voices, and empowers them to participate in policy discussions at the state and national levels. In New Hampshire, Geskus Studios and Yearbook Publishing is proud to partner with the NH DOE to help sponsor the New Hampshire Teacher of the Year program. READ MORE
Education

NH Dept. of Education forms School Transition Reopening and Redesign Task Force (STRRT)

With a structure similar to the Governor’s School Safety Preparedness Task Force, the group will bring together stakeholders from across New Hampshire education system to provide recommendations on bringing students back into school buildings this fall. The taskforce plans to issue preliminary recommendations by June 30, with follow-up recommendations within 30 days. READ MORE