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*** NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ***
To the inhabitants of the Concord School District of Concord, New Hampshire, qualified to vote in district affairs:

You are hereby notified that a Public Hearing on the transfer of funds for the Vocational Capital Reserve Fund and satisfying the outstanding food service deficit in the Concord School District budget for the 2015-2016 school year will be held by the Board of Education as follows:

Public Hearing
Monday, August 3, 2015
6:45 p.m.
Board Room
Superintendent’s Office
38 Liberty Street
 

All volunteers must complete a volunteer application and undergo a criminal history record check.  Please call at your earliest convenience to complete the process.
Step 1:  Complete the Concord School District Intern/Volunteer/Observer Application.
Step 2:  Schedule an appointment (for fingerprinting) with Karen Roy, Administrative Assistant, Human Resources, 603.225.0811, or email:  kroy@sau8.org
 
NOTE:  If you have already been through the District’s fingerprint process, you would only need  to go through the process again if you have not volunteered for one full calendar year.


21C AmeriCorps VISTA Position

The Capitol City 21 CCLC Development/Outreach AmeriCorps VISTA will help us continue to address the needs of our students by working on the sustainability of our middle school and high school 21CCLC programs. The AmeriCorps VISTA will assist with applying for grants, designing fundraising events and seeking out other funding sources. The AmeriCorps VISTA will additionally promote our programs within the Concord community and to help increase family and community involvement. We would also like the AmeriCorps VISTA to recruit volunteers who would increase our STEM programming and other research proven programming to help with student academic skills, engagement and leadership.

If interested, go the AmeriCorps website for more information

*** ATTENTION PARENTS ***
 
If you have moved into Concord since the end of the 2014–2015 school year, or if you have changed residence within the city, which will change the elementary school your child will attend in the fall, please FIRST call the Transportation Department directly at 603-225-0849, as they will determine which school your child will attend. You may register or transfer your student at the following locations:
 
Grade Level                         Location/Telephone
K–5                                        Concord School District
                                               38 Liberty Street
                                               Telephone: 225-0811
                                               (June 30 – August 17, 2015)
                                               Staff will be available to answer questions, provide
                                               information,  or register elementary students on weekdays
                                               from 8:15 am to 2:00 pm
 
Grades 6–8                         Rundlett Middle School
                                              144 South Street
                                              Telephone: 225-0862
                                              Middle school students may be enrolled Monday to Friday
                                              between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm
 
Grades 9–12                       Concord High School
                                              170 Warren Street
                                              Telephone:  225-0800
                                               Registration packets can be picked up Monday through Friday
                                               between the hours of 7:30 am and 1:30 pm.

                                               
NOTE: A birth certificate (or acceptable substitute, such as I-94), immunization records, and proof of residency in Concord (utility bill, lease agreement, rent receipt, property tax bill, or letter from landlord) are required. Students starting kindergarten must be 5 years old on or before September 30, 2015. There are NO exceptions. Insurance and emergency contact information and the address of the previous school are helpful. Forms for the immunization record are available at the locations above. After August 17, parents of elementary students may register their youngsters at the individual elementary schools.
 
     
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Extended Learning Opportunities
for CHS Students
Have a project idea, a career you’d like to explore, looking for an opportunity to learn through hands-on practice?

Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO’s) empower students to take
an active role in determining
the path of their education!
  • Propose an alternative approach to gaining skills and knowledge other than the traditional classroom setting.
  • Explore beyond the school walls; work with local experts; gain valuable real-world knowledge.
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