School Administrative Unit 58

NORTHUMBERLAND~STARK~STRATFORD

Our mission is to empower students to adapt to a rapidly changing world by instilling communication and critical thinking skills, and respect for core values like integrity and responsibility.

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  • VITALINSIGHTS

     
     
    Please use this link to participate in a 15 minute survey as part of our Strategic Planning process. Each respondent should choose one stakeholder group to use to respond only once. The survey is open from November 19 through December 1, 2021. Students in Grades 6-12 will participate in this academic survey during the school day.
     
  • White Mountain Regional High School will hold a vaccination clinic on 12/4 in conjunction with North Country Health Consortium.  They will be providing vaccines to walk-ins age 5+ for COVID-19 including boosters for anyone 18+.  All three presentations of the C-19 vaccine will be available.  Those who had their first round at Groveton High School will be eligible for their second dose.  They will also be offering flu vaccines to students ages 4 to 19. 

     

    Registration forms can be completed in advance for students, both flu and Pfizer registration and consent are attached.  If there is strong participation for SAU 58, a clinic for second doses will be set up closer to our schools.  

     

    Vaccine Clinic

    DEC 3

    Flu consent form

    SBC Pfizer Packet 2021.11.17.pdf

     

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  • November 16th, 2021
     
    SAU 58 is seeking to begin to build a Strategic Plan.  We are using VitalInsights Diagnostics Inventory to collect the many voices of our community from all stakeholder groups.  This survey will go "live" later this week - look for the link on at www.sau58.org.  Please take 15-20 minutes to share your responses and help to form our Strategic Plan.
     
    Once the survey is completed, we will receive data from VitalInsights about existing best practices and vulnerabilities with diagnoses generated and prescription options to identify barriers to success and the unique circumstances of each school/district.  They can provide guidance for implementation plans.  
     
    Identifying and using research-based best practices can address root causes of underperformance and supports the intervening actions that produce best results under current circumstances.  Thank you for participating in this data collection as we seek excellence for all of the communities of SAU 58.
     
    Sincerely,
    Ronna Cadarette
     
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  • September 8, 2021

     

    Dear SAU 58 Families:

     

    We have thoroughly enjoyed welcoming all staff and students back to school for the 2021-22 school year.  With one week completed, we are settling into daily routines.  I want to offer a few friendly reminders.  Safety is our number one priority for physical, social, and emotional health.  Our School Boards continue to support masks as being optional with the following exceptions:

     

    1. Mandatory on all school buses per the Center for Disease Control. This is the same for all public school districts throughout the state of New Hampshire.  Please see this linkYou must provide your child with a clean mask daily, and they need to keep the mask on their person for their ride home.  The bus company cannot provide new masks.  If you do not wish to follow this CDC mandate, you should seek alternative transportation to and from school.

     

    1. When students are unable to remain three feet apart for longer than 15 minutes (or 15 minutes cumulative) for centers or laboratory work, for example, they must wear a mask.

     

    1. If we experience a 5% positivity rate of the total population in any building, you will be notified and we will transition immediately to mandatory mask use. 

     

    Thank you for your patience, continued support, and partnership to keep our students in-person in a clean, safe, and healthy environment to the best of our ability.  We will continue to have layers of mitigation in place, and we are making plans to welcome families back into our buildings for upcoming Open Houses.  There are still many wonderful, new backpacks available at your local schools for students and siblings in need compliments of NHDOE and SEA.   As always, please call the SAU with any questions.  #roarandsoar

     

    In health,

     

    Dr. Ronna Cadarette

    Superintendent

     


     

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  • SAU #58 Plan for the LEA’s Use of ARP ESSER Funds

     

    The American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) Fund, authorized under the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021, provides substantial funds to States to support the Nation’s schools in safely reopening and sustaining safe operations of schools while meeting the academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs of students resulting from the coronavirus pandemic of 2019 COVID-19.

     

    We are sharing our plans per the guidelines of all federally-required information in a format to meet the federal requirements that, within 90 days of receiving ARP ESSER funds, the LEA allocation (90% of NH’s total allocation), an LEA shall publish an LEA ARP ESSER Plan, which is often called a school district’s use of funds plan.

     

    For further context, please reference ARPA (https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/1319/text) or the Interim Final Requirements of  ARP ESSER in which the US Department of Education established these requirements (http://www.goveinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2021-04-22/pdf/2021-08359.pdf)

     

    The allocations for SAU 58 are as follows:  

     

    Stark: $2,876.39

    Stratford: $342,339.66

    Northumberland: $$953,128.51

     

    The spreadsheet indicates our plan for use of federal funds under ESSER III.  Please provide feedback on our Back to School Survey at https://forms.gle/8zzqYkQhCkEM2EAr8

    Goals:

    • Building air quality, disinfection, and safety
    • Food delivery 
    • Student guidance and wellness services 
    • Class size reduction
    • Technology tools, software, and infrastructure

     Click here for more details


     

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  • August Update

    August Update Page 2

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