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SAU 47 Opening and Professional Development Day

Dr. Thomas Bennett Excitement and conversational buzz filled the Jaffrey-Rindge Middle School on Thursday’s SAU 47 Opening and Professional Development Day. Breakfast  was provided for the staff by the Jaffrey-Rindge Educational Foundation (JREF). President of JREF, Dr.Thomas Bennett, welcomed staff and highlighted recent grant work funded by the foundation. School Board Members: [...]

RMS Holiday Community Meeting

Rindge Memorial School’s (RMS) recent community meeting celebrated student music, academic accomplishments and positive character. Woven throughout the community meeting was the celebration of selfless acts that uplifted others. Student Music The community meeting opened with musical performances by 5th grader, Abigail Quill, and the 2nd grade’s performance of “Don’t Laugh at Me.” Abigail wrote [...]

January 3rd, 2017|Categories: District News, Rindge Memorial News|

CHS Fall Sports Night

Family, food and awards made for a celebratory evening at CHS’s Fall Athletics Awards. Indeed there was much to be celebrated as coaches shared personal and team victories. Following years of quiet soccer seasons both the CHS boys and girls teams made the playoffs. In other athletics, members of the girl’s field hockey demonstrated individual [...]

November 21st, 2016|Categories: Conant High School, District News|

JRMS Fall Sports Night

JRMS Fall Sports Night Parents and students packed into the Jaffrey-Rindge Middle School (JRMS) cafeteria for the 2016 fall sports night. Following a welcome from Athletic Director, Dan Bemis, excited students relocated to various rooms for individual team recognitions. For more pictures visit our district facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/JaffreyRindgeSchools/   Boys and Girl’s Cross Country Coach [...]

November 9th, 2016|Categories: District News, Jaffrey-Rindge Middle School|

RMS Community Based ELO & Research Project Looking to Expand

Last Spring, Rindge Memorial School’s (RMS) third grade team integrated community connections with social studies’ standards creating a dynamic interest-driven research project. The team wanted to create consistent curriculum that would connect with students’ real life experience. The result was a six week unit featuring an extended learning opportunity (ELO) to prominent local destinations and [...]

October 21st, 2016|Categories: District News, Rindge Memorial News|

Early Childhood – Forums In Action

NH Listens flipped the typical lecture format of meetings into an audience driven work session with tangible outcomes during the recent Monadnock Region Community Action Forums on Early Childhood. The series of forums were sponsored and organized through community partnerships. Dr. Marjorie Droppa, Director of IMPACT Monadnock, discussed the months of planning and inter-district partnerships [...]

Access to Quality Early Learning: Clear Benefits Clear Losses

Research continues to corroborate quality early learning as imperative for healthy childhood development. However, NH ranks as one of the most expensive states in the country for childcare which is often where children are exposed to early learning opportunities. Due to the high cost, socioeconomics are limiting the health, mental health and success of NH’s [...]

New After School Program

September 18th, 2016|Categories: District News|

Destination Imagination Fundraising Efforts Have Already Begun

Marcea Gustafson, Destination Imagination Coordinator, On Far Left SAU 47’s Destination Imagination (DI) teams have been hard at work raising funds to compete in regional, state and global competitions. In June, DI students from the elementary, middle and high schools earned $500 for picking up trash after the Festival of Fireworks. With costs [...]

Community Forums On Early Childhood-Sept 26-29th & Oct 12th

Forum Flyer HERE

RMS First Day Photos

September 1st, 2016|Categories: Rindge Memorial News|