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HQT Letter to Parents

Dear Parents,

The United States and the New Hampshire Departments of Education developed statutory requirements for elementary, middle school and high school educators to be Certified and Highly Qualified (HQT) to teach in the public schools.

At this time all classroom teachers at Sanbornton Central School meet or exceed the statutory requirements for State Certification and HQT.

We are fortunate to have such a dedicated, talented, and qualified staff and we look forward to continue to deliver quality instruction to all of our students.

Sincerely,
Bonnie Jean Kuras,
Principal
(Digital version of letter)

Welcome Parents and Students

We hope you had a wonderful summer and are ready to begin another great school year! The first day of school is Tuesday, August 26th grades 1 thought 5. Students may arrive between 8:20am and 8:45am and will be dismissed at 3:15pm. For more details, take a look at the newsletter sent on August 1st to all parents and students.

Seven Habits Tree

Throughout this school year, we have worked hard as a school to learn and practice the 7 Habits of Happy Kids. To tie up the year, the students have all created hand prints and they have been placed on our "7 Habits Tree" which is hanging in the gymnasium. The tree includes all 7 Habits to remind students what we have learned throughout the year. Special thank you to Mrs. Sutton for painting the tree underneath all of our hand prints! - Ms. Auger

Updated Bus Schedules 2014-2015

Bus Schedules are listed by bus number below. Please be aware there may have been changes to schedules for the 2014-2015 school year. Students need to be out at the stop 5 minutes prior to their pick up time. If you're unable to find what you are looking for or you need more information, please call First Student Transportation at 286-7434.

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This schedule can also be found at the district's website under the tab DEPARTMENTS»Transportation side menu.

Food Service Information

Breakfast and hot lunch will be available on the first day of school. The price of a student hot lunch has increased to $2.20 and breakfast to $1.25. The WRSD Nutritional Service Program Guide will provide you with more details.

There is a new, fast, easy and confidential Online Free and Reduced Lunch application. For more information and to apply, please log onto www.wrsdsau59.schoollunchapp.com. If your student received free or reduced lunch at the end of the last school year, he or she will automatically receive the same benefit for a limited time; however, you must reapply for this program again as soon as possible.

Visit the district's website under the tab DEPARTMENTS»Nutritional Services side menu for lunch menus and general information including costs and free or reduced lunch applications.

You can access your child's lunch account online at MySchoolBucks.com or go to the district's website under the tab DEPARTMENTS»Nutritional Services side menu for the user's guide if you are using this for the first time. You will need your child's ID number, located on his/her schedule, to do this.