School Administrative Unit 58

NORTHUMBERLAND~STARK~STRATFORD

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  • 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 

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  • NHED’s YES! scholarship program is designed to help families and residents whose education was negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic by awarding $1,000 scholarships to New Hampshire students. The scholarships may be used for tutoring provided by certified NH educators, as well as special education therapies and services provided by certified NH special education teachers or licensed therapists. To apply, visit Yes Every Student. Certified educators or licensed service providers that are interested in providing supplemental services as part of this program should complete this form.

    Waterford Upstart is an at-home, early learning program that helps children build reading skills before kindergarten so they can be confident in the classroom on day one. NHED is partnering with Waterford to offer these services at no cost. Registration links for parents for the fall program and summer program
     
    NHED is partnering with NH camps and school-age summer programs across the state to offer its ReKindling Curiosity summer camp initiative. Here is a handout flyer with detailed information on the program, which we encourage schools to share with their families. The state-operated summer enrichment program will pay up to $650 of the youth recreation camp fees for qualifying students.

     

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  • The last day of the school year will be an early release.

    Wednesday June 15th


     

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  • THE NHDOE is proud to offer the second year of its ReKINDling Curiosity program and its
    YES! Every Student scholarship program.
    The ReKINDling Curiosity program provides awards to eligible school-age students
    throughout the state, covering the cost of up to $650 in camp and/or summer program
    fees. We need your help reaching families!
    Who is eligible?
    3 eligibility levels
     Students with a qualifying disability (up to $650 in camp fees)
     Students from families at or below 250% federal poverty level (up to
    $500 in camp fees)
     Students from families at or below 400% federal poverty level (up to
    $350 in camp fees) 

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    Please see the letter from NHDOE Deputy Commissioner Brennan regarding the 603 Bright Futures survey.  You may access it via the NHDOE website as well as through the links here:.  
     
    Thank you for your feedback and participation.
    Sincerely,
     
    Dr. Ronna F. Cadarette

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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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