Among other previous career positions, Ms. Steady was a residential director at Spaulding Youth Center, taught special education in the Winnisquam school district, and served as a service coordinator at Community Bridges, a non-profit agency serving individuals with disabilities. READ MORE
On Sept. 8, 61 City Year AmeriCorps members pledged to support more than 4,000 students this year at the Opening Day Ceremony for City Year New Hampshire, an organization dedicated to helping students and schools succeed.
The NEA Foundation has named Karyn Burgess, a special education teacher at Hillside Middle School, one of the 48 public school educators to become a member of this year’s class of Global Learning Fellows. READ MORE
The schools will officially introduce students to Booked for Summer in the last week of school, June 12-14. Printed materials will be provided and discussed before the students leave school for summer vacation. READ MORE
New Hampshire businessman Bill Binnie delivered 60 Chromebooks, a laptop, and smart TV to Smyth Road Elementary School this morning, fulfilling a promise to pay for technology upgrades there. READ MORE