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An artist's rendering shows the ALLWell North Building at Plymouth State University. The school ceremoniously broke ground on the $32 million project Tuesday.

Plymouth State's $32 million health, track facility seen as student draw

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Plymouth State University ceremonially broke ground on a new $32 million Active Living, Learning and Wellness, or ALLWell, building which will include classrooms, training rooms, and event centers...

New Manchester school district standards to give teachers more leeway

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Teachers considered ineffective would have more time to improve under a revised evaluation system the school district is moving forward with.

Rachal Cobban, right, of Derry Village Elementary School, is hugged by Superintendent of Schools Laura Nelson after being recognized for 30 years of service to the school district Tuesday.

New Derry school year launch honors everyday heroes

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Superintendent of Schools Laura Nelson said she wanted to honor the everyday heroes in people's lives during a program Tuesday at Pinkerton Academy. Nelson handed out multiple awards and paid tribute...

Stevens High School in Claremont to have start pushed back to Sept. 10 because of renovations

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The start of school at Stevens High School has been postponed again, this time for two weeks.

Construction to begin on Hollis playground

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Following a successful fundraising campaign, the Hollis Parks Project will soon begin work on playgrounds at Little Nichols Park and Nichols Field. Both sites are expected to open in late fall.

Free school meals rejected as Manchester board bucks federal program

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The school board on Monday rejected applying for a federal program that would have covered the cost of breakfasts and lunches for all students at a cluster of elementary schools.

With SNHU merger on hold, search renewed for NHIA president

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The search is back on for a new president at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, as talks of a merger with Southern New Hampshire University are tabled.

Derry Superintendent of Schools Laura Nelson toured the high school Friday via a horse drawn carriage. Also with Nelson is Timothy Butterfield, second vice president of the Board of Trustees, at the reins; and Linda Butler, executive assistant to Headmaster Griffin Morse.

Pinkerton superintendent tours school in hors- drawn carriage

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As Pinkerton Academy prepares to celebrate its 200th anniversary, Superintendent of Schools Laura Nelson toured the high school Friday via a horse-drawn carriage.

Classroom uses for the newspaper

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Try these techniques in using a daily newspaper in the classroom.

Breakfast Serial Teacher's Guide for "Keep your Eye on Amanda"

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Philip and Amanda, twin raccoons, live in Boulder, Colorado. Philip is a worrier and cautious by nature. Amanda is a hip, fast-talking mischief-maker who is constantly getting into trouble. When...

Constitution Day Essay Contest

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To help celebrate Constitution Day, eight newspapers and the New Hampshire Supreme Court have sponsored an annual "Constitution Day Essay Contest" for grades 5-12 on a topic related to our...

2015 New Hampshire State Spelling Bee

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The New Hampshire Union Leader is pleased to present the preliminary competition for the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord.

Smart Market Stock Market Program

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With Fidelity Investments as our partner, we offer students the opportunity to invest an imaginary $100,000 into the stock market.

Vacation donations

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Heading out for vacation? You can donate the value of your newspapers to education while you’re away! Don’t just stop your newspapers when you can help promote literacy and learning...

NIE Lessons to improve writing skills

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Here are several newspaper writing activities, along with the learning standard that each addresses. Encourage students to write regularly in journals.