The implementation plan for Junior STEAM Ahead will begin with three schools, Beech Street, Green Acres and Jewett Street. In 2015, four more schools will be added, and the remaining elementary schools in the city will participate starting in the 2016-17 school year. READ MORE
New Hampshire could be in the forefront nationally when attempting to disrupt this outdated model where recently Secretary Arne Duncan approved a waiver request from districts in California and Massachusetts, why not New Hampshire’s Manchester district? READ MORE
What is the 10,000 Mentors for Manchester Schools program? “It’s like the eHarmony of school to career relationships,” says Bramante, former Chair of the New Hampshire Board of Education and lifelong firebrand. READ MORE
This is the fourth year “Make the Grade” will award a brand new car to a junior or senior high school student who earns Honor Roll status the first, second and third quarters of the academic year. READ MORE
Through this unique partnership between the high school and its partnership with Manchester Community College, the University System of New Hampshire and Southern New Hampshire University, high school students will be provided the opportunity to earn up to a full-year of college credits while they are in high school at no costs. READ MORE
According to an announcement posted Oct. 2 on the Netflix public relations site, Sandler’s Happy Madison Productions will work with Netflix to develop four films and premiere them exclusively to members. READ MORE
Manchester Police Chief Dave Mara facilitated the hour-long debriefing between the various agencies to go over the lockdown, which was the direct result of a former student who had entered the school with a handgun. The handgun was later determined to be a pellet gun and the former student – Damian Johnson – was ultimately charged with falsifying physical evidence, criminal trespass and disturbing school in session. READ MORE
Debriefing after an emergency is routine practice so that everyone involved can evaluate current emergency plans and procedures to improve safety. Superintendent Dr. Debra Livingston will meet with school board members in a non-public session, in accordance with administrative rules*, to brief them on the results of the evaluation. Specifics on any changes to policy or procedure may be released publicly in order to protect the integrity of those emergency plans. READ MORE
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