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.

Popular Links


  • Stark Lead Testing 2022

    Comments (-1)
  • Nothumberland Voter Notice - Supervisor of the Checklist

    Comments (-1)
  • Northumberland Special Meeting Warrant

    Comments (-1)
  • Engage NH

    Comments (-1)
  • SAU 58 and The New Hampshire Department of Education are excited to announce the launch of the NH SAS Family Portal. The Family Portal is a secure website that will allow families to access student assessment results, interpretive guides, and FAQs. The NHSAS portal has resources available.
    The NHED and Cambium Assessment will host a webinar about the Family Portal on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 3:30pm. This webinar will include a brief introduction to the Family Portal interface as well as information about how school-level users can generate and disseminate access codes for families. Participants must register in advance.
    To register: Wednesday, September 14, 2022, at 3:30 PM
    After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
    This is an opportunity to receive the latest data regarding your child as we partner for student growth and achievement.
    Sincerely,
    Dr. Ronna F. HasBrouck
    Superintendent of Schools
    School Administrative Unit 58
    15 Preble Street
    Groveton, NH 03582
    603-636-1437
    Comments (-1)
  • Dear Stratford Families,

     

    I am writing to clarify some confusion around the free and reduced lunch status for Stratford Public School.  Lunches have been free for everyone in New Hampshire during the pandemic.  That program ended this summer. 
    Stratford students had qualified under CEP prior to the pandemic due to our percentage of direct certification families, however our percentage dropped to 24.5 and it must be between 30-40%.  So meals are NOT automatically free for everyone effective immediately.
     
    Unfortunately, that means that students must qualify for free or reduced lunch/breakfast based on the application information or through direct certification.  If a family does not qualify, then the student will now have to pay full price for their breakfast and lunch.
     
    This is why filling out the forms is so very important, but most importantly, the children need to be fed.  Forms have been sent home in school backpacks, additional forms may be provided at the school office, or they can be filled out online.
     
    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly.
     
    Sincerely,
     
    Dr. Ronna F. HasBrouck
    Comments (-1)
  • Attendance Maximum Limits - Full-Year 16, Semester 8, Quarter 4 except for approved

    Comments (-1)
  • ATTENTION ALL PARENTS OF PRESCHOOL-AGE STUDENTS. Are you looking for an opportunity to help your child become the best that they can be? The Waterford Upstart program is a free online learning environment tailored to help you do just that!

    a'[oinf[oqknhr


     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Free meals for all students have unfortunately ended. In addition, Stratford is no longer a CEP school at this time. We will apply for that status. However, until then, all school meal prices are as follows. We are asking EVERYONE to PLEASE fill out the free/reduced lunch paperwork. This is part of the funding formulas and a priority for us to feed as many students as we can. Your help is greatly appreciated and there is now a link on-line through our web pages.
     
    Breakfast
    Free/Reduced $0.00 **State of NH is covering free meals for reduced students.
    Paid $2.00
     
    Lunch
    Free $0.00
    Reduced $0.40
    Paid $3.00
    Milk $0.60
     
    Adult meals
    Breakfast $3.00
    Lunch $4.00
     
    Dr. Ronna F. HasBrouck
    Superintendent of Schools
    School Administrative Unit 58
    15 Preble Street
    Groveton, NH 03582
    603-636-1437
    Comments (-1)
  • argqwr


     

     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • w-oeffinrpoqekjasbhdvf


     

     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • etykjwrkqatk


     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • We are finally enjoying summer weather finally and are diligently moving to be ready for students and staff in August.  Congratulations are due all around!  
     
    First, we are very excited to announce that Kate Landry will be the next Teaching Principal at Stark Village School!  She is a familiar face who has served the district well in her role as the Stark upper grades teacher most recently and will continue to do so with administrative support and collaboration with her wonderful peers.  Both Kate Landry and Kelley Jewell are completing their Principal Certifications in August!  Their hard work and dedication are certainly admired and appreciated with continued demonstration of excellence for Stark and all of SAU 58.  Bravo!  There is teamwork underway as Mr. Dugan-Henriksen assists in this administrative transition effective July 24, 2022.  Congratulations to Kate, Kelley, and the entire community!
     
    Many huge thanks to Mr. Dugan-Henriksen for his fine leadership over the past two years.  Just as promised, he has seen us through and shown such wonderful support and professionalism when we needed it most.  We wish him the very best in all that he so chooses.  He is so active in our communities and dedicated to hundreds of students and citizens throughout the North Country.  Although Jay is still "retired," you never know where he will turn up next to stay busy and keep giving back:-)

    Please reach out to me with any questions or concerns!
     
    Thanks and more congratulations!!
    Dr. Ronna F. HasBrouck
    Superintendent of Schools
    School Administrative Unit 58
    15 Preble Street
    Groveton, NH  03582
    603-636-1437 

    Comments (-1)


If you are having trouble viewing the document, you may download the document.

Upcoming Events

CLOSE
CLOSE