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Money Available for School Sports Teams in New Hampshire from California Casualty

The race for a 2018 Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant from California Casualty is now on. Public high schools and middle schools in New Hampshire that are in need of financial help for their sports programs are encouraged to apply at Applications must be received by January 15, 2018 for consideration for the 2017/2018 academic year.  Qualifying teams can score up to $3,000. The grant is named for California Casualty Chairman Emeritus Tom Brown, who understands that valuable lessons such as pride and confidence lead to success in the classroom and in the community. Last year, Manchester West High […]

Attend Learning Forward New Hampshire’s Annual Conference

Learning Forward New Hampshire (LFNH), in conjunction with CEEDAR ( Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform), is holding a professional learning conference targeting four important evidence-based practices (EBPs) and frameworks. The NH/CEEDAR partnership is working to ensure all students have equitable access to educators prepared to meet their individual needs. Learning Forward builds the capacity of educators to establish, lead and sustain highly effective professional learning This year’s annual conference, “The 6 Core Principles of Improvement” takes place FRIDAY, NOV. 17TH, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at NHTI, Concord’s Community College, Grappone Hall, College Drive in Concord. Conference […]

2nd NH Summit on Digital Equity, November 3

There’s still time to register for the 2nd NH Summit on Digital Equity, held on Friday. November 3, from 8:25 a.m. to 2:45 pm at New England College. The National Collaborative for Digital Equity at New England College cordially invites you to join them for the nation’s second statewide summit on digital equity.  At the first summit last February, they helped nearly a dozen NH communities explore whether and how best to form school/community partnerships to close the digital divide at home for low income learners of all ages. Since then, great progress has been made: More than a dozen […]

New Hampshire Retired Educators Annual Fall Meeting

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 Elks Lodge 500 Jones Avenue, Portsmouth, NH 03801 Fall Meeting Buffet Lunch Menu Italian Buffet featuring Chicken Parmesan, Haddock, Pasta, Salad, Rolls Dessert: Strawberries and Ice Cream PLEASE NOTE THE DATE AND PLACE ON YOUR CALENDAR AND PLAN TO ATTEND. YOUR VOICE IS IMPORTANT! 9:30 to 10:00 a.m. – Registration, Coffee, tea and assorted breakfast pastries 10:00 to 11:45 a.m. – BUSINESS MEETING President Sandra Amlaw, presiding 11:45 to 12:30 p.m. – PROGRAM Magician Melles 12:30 p.m. – BUFFET LUNCHEON Cost: $25 per person* Reservation Deadline: October 12, 2017 Call Connie George, 603-774-1092 to reserve your […]

How To Make Life as a First Year Teacher a Little Easier

Learn From Master Educators How to Thrive in the First Year and Beyond You’ve already prepped yourself for having a successful first quarter, but you still have a whole year left in the classroom! What can you do ensure the rest of your first school year is as successful as the first few months? How do you thrive in the first year and beyond? Join our webinar  for resources and advice for master educators on how to have a successful first year in the classroom. The webinar takes place on October 16 at 7 P.M. EST. Register today! Join our […]

Helping Children Cope With Traumatic Events

As we wake up to this morning’s tragic news and look for resources, NEA wanted to share links we have up in NEA Today has also provided this story and links: Mass Shooting in Las Vegas: How to Talk to Students The page hasn’t been rebuilt or updated since Charlottesville so the links that most relevant are found here: HELPING CHILDREN COPE WITH TRAUMATIC EVENTS NEA Healthy Futures School Crisis Guide Knowing what to do in a crisis can be the difference between stability and upheaval. This step-by-step resource created by educators for educators can make it easier for […]