Notice of Destruction of Special Education Records
1 day ago, SAU 58
Notice of destruction of special education records
Reminder the last day of school is offically June 14th, 2024, with a 12:30 dismissal time. Click for Flyer: https://5il.co/2ms1z
8 days ago, Josh Smith
Last Day of School
**REMINDER** 2024 Field Day and BBQ is tomorrow Monday June 10th,2024. Click on Flyer for More Information : https://5il.co/2ms3u
11 days ago, Josh Smith
Field Day
This summer, ensure your children stay healthy and happy with free nutritious meals! Local schools, community centers, and non-profit organizations are providing lunch, and snacks for kids under 18. No registration or proof of income required – just show up and enjoy! Click for Flyer : https://5il.co/2nw1l
15 days ago, Josh Smith
Summer meals
The Northumberland School Board meetings will begin live streaming this coming Tuesday 6/11/24. Visit www.youtube.com/@sau58youtube to view the stream.
15 days ago, School Administrative Unit 58
2024 Field Day and BBQ Information. Click on Flyer for More Information : https://5il.co/2ms3u
18 days ago, Josh Smith
Field Day
**Informational** June Activities Calendar for GES Click Link : https://5il.co/2mrv9
21 days ago, Josh Smith
June Activities
Mark you Calendars, the last day of school is offically June 14th, 2024, with a 12:30 dismissal time. Click for Flyer: https://5il.co/2ms1z
24 days ago, Josh Smith
Last Day of School
Just a friendly reminder that there will be no school on Monday, May 27th, in observance of Memorial Day. It's a time to honor and remember the brave individuals who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
28 days ago, Josh Smith
No School
We know it's hotter than a jalapeño out there, So, we're doing what any reasonable school would do: providing popsicles to ALL of our awesome students! We cooled things down with a popsicle party for ALL our amazing students yesterday! Stay cool, GES! You deserve it!
28 days ago, Josh Smith
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Join us tomorrow morning for a heartfelt Memorial Day Performance as we honor and remember the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. Through music, poetry, and reflection, we'll pay tribute to their courage, valor, and selflessness. Click For Flyer: https://5il.co/2ke36
29 days ago, Josh Smith
Memorial Day
NEW HIRE ALERT! We are excited to announce that Kari Hickey will be joining us at GES for the 2024-25 school year as an General Education Paraeducator. Welcome to the "NEST"! Kari Hickey spent over two decades nurturing the minds and hearts of children through her home daycare. With her commitment to providing a safe and enriching environment, Kari became a trusted figure for numerous families in her community. As she wrapped up her time as a daycare provider, Kari sought to expand her impact within the educational field by eagerly signing on as a substitute teacher in SAU 58. This role not only allowed her to continue working with children but also enabled her to contribute to the broader educational landscape of her community. Looking ahead, Kari is eagerly preparing to transition into a new chapter of her career as a paraeducator at Groveton Elementary School. Motivated by her passion for education and her desire to make a difference in the lives of students, Kari sees this opportunity as a natural progression in her journey as she enrolled in the Teacher Education Program at WMCC, where she is eager to gain insights from experienced educators and engage in coursework that will empower her to excel in her role as a paraeducator. As she balances her responsibilities as a paraeducator and her studies at WMCC, Kari’s priority is always being a mom to her four children. Whether attending sporting events, volunteering in community events, or simply enjoying quality time together as a family, her goal is to instill important values of dedication, resilience, and compassion within her family.
29 days ago, Josh Smith
Kari
NEW HIRE ALERT! We are excited to announce that Kayleigh Supernois will be joining us at GES for the 2024-25 school year as an Elementary teacher. Welcome to the "NEST"! Kayleigh has always had a passion for teaching and started her education journey at WMCC graduating with her Associates in Early Childhood Education and a Certificate in Special Education in May of 2017. She worked for many years at local childcare centers as an infant toddler teacher and preschool teacher. After working for the Groveton Elementary School After School Program she realized that she loved working with elementary aged students and applied to be a paraprofessional. Kayleigh has been a para/long-term sub since the fall of 2020. Her passion for teaching remained strong and she decided to go back to school and graduated with her Bachelors in Elementary Education and Youth Development in May of 2024. Kayleigh is so excited to bring hands-on learning experiences, and a sense of wonder and curiosity of learning into the classroom! Kayleigh is a devoted mother of four children, she finds boundless joy and purpose in nurturing their growth and fostering their dreams. As a pillar of support for her children, Kayleigh goes above and beyond to nurture their interests and aspirations. Whether it's cheering from the sidelines at sports games, attending school performances, or encouraging their artistic endeavors, she instills in them the confidence to pursue their passions with fervor and determination. Beyond the confines of her family life, Kayleigh enjoys reading and spending time in nature. Whether it be hiking, kayaking, or sitting by the river Kayleigh enjoys the moments of quiet peacefulness that nature and a good book has to offer in the hustle and bustle of her life.
about 1 month ago, Josh Smith
Supernois
NEW HIRE ALERT!!! We are excited to announce that Kim will be joining us at GES for the 2024-25 school year as an Special Education teacher. Welcome to the "NEST" Kimberly Morris’ journey began years ago, fueled by a passion for education and a desire to make a difference in the lives of children. With four adult children of her own and multiple grandchildren, the importance of quality early childhood education became increasingly apparent to her. It wasn't just about imparting knowledge; it was about nurturing young minds, fostering growth, and instilling a love for learning that would last a lifetime. Enrolling at WMCC in 2010 was a pivotal moment in her journey. It was here that she embarked on the path towards earning her Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education. Combined with a desire to support children with special needs, she pursued certification in special education. She gained not only the skills and knowledge needed to excel in her field but also a deeper understanding of the diverse needs of every child. Graduating from UNH in 2024 with dual bachelor degrees in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education continues to fuel the desire to make a difference in the lives of young children. Early Childhood Education offers her the opportunity to delve into the foundational aspects of teaching and learning, while the Special Education component added a deeper layer of understanding and empathy for children with diverse needs. When not working or furthering her education, Kim enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren, pursuing her hobbies, and traveling with her sisters.
about 1 month ago, Josh Smith
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NEW HIRE ALERT!!! We are excited to announce that Morgan Kopp will be joining us at GES for the 2024-25 school year as an Elementary teacher. Welcome to the "NEST"! Morgan's teaching experiences in both second grade and kindergarten have been incredibly rewarding. In second grade, she witnessed the remarkable growth of students as they transitioned from foundational skills to more complex concepts. She enjoyed fostering a sense of curiosity and exploration in her students. In kindergarten, Morgan cherished the opportunity to introduce young minds to the joys of learning. From teaching basic literacy and numeracy skills to nurturing social-emotional development, every day was filled with moments of discovery (play-based learning) and joy. Morgan believes "it's not just about imparting knowledge but also about instilling a love for learning and equipping students with the tools they need to succeed in life." Education lays the groundwork for future success, empowering individuals to reach their full potential and make meaningful contributions to society.
about 1 month ago, Josh Smith
Morgan Kopp
Join us for a heartfelt Memorial Day Performance as we honor and remember the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. Through music, poetry, and reflection, we'll pay tribute to their courage, valor, and selflessness. Click For Flyer: https://5il.co/2ke36
about 1 month ago, Josh Smith
Memorial day
2024 Title One Summer Program Information. Click Her for Flyer: https://5il.co/2lp62
about 1 month ago, Josh Smith
Title One Summer Program
Some exciting opportunities with our Title One staff. Please click on the link for more information. Click here: https://5il.co/2lhfs
about 1 month ago, Josh Smith
Title One Family Days
Seeking to hire a Speech and Language Pathologist to work in Northumberland, Stark, and Stratford School Districts.
about 1 month ago, SAU 58
Seeking to hire a speech and language pathologist for nothumberland stark and stratford school districts contact michelle mason @ m_mason@sau58.org or apply on school spring
**REMINDER** Spring Concert is tomorrow! Click on Link for Flyer: https://5il.co/2iiyg
about 1 month ago, Josh Smith
Spring Concert