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Ted Siefer's City Hall: Driver's ed program had been run into the ditch

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THE SCHOOL board on Monday will finally get to review the contract with the company that has taken over the district's driver education program - the company that started its first class about a week...

Software upgrade delays grades

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Parents and students will be getting first-quarter report cards a week later than scheduled after a one-week delay because of confusion caused by a software upgrade that changed the way teachers...

Londonderry High forms team to get help for teens struggling with depression

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Londonderry High School staff are teaming up with parents and area care providers as they expand their efforts to reach out to students struggling with depression and other mental health disorders.

Derry School Board to hold forum on Facility Needs Study

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The Derry School Board will hold a public forum Monday, Nov. 24 to present a report on a recently released Assessment of Educational Facility Needs Study.

Arpiar

'Arpy' Saunders, architect of Claremont lawsuit, dead at 72

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Concord attorney Arpiar Saunders was involved in litigation that helped reshape education and the state's mental health system.

Nashua committee votes to OK policy that allows alcohol at school

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BOE Policy Committee votes to recommned crafting a workable policy on alcohol sales after the public weighs in and approves the idea.

About 40 Ellis School parents packed into the school's tiny library Tuesday night, looking for answers as to why Principal John Safina was suspended.

Parents want answers on Ellis principal

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A sizable group of Ellis School parents came out to the school board meeting Tuesday night, demanding answers on the recent unexplained leave of Principal John Safina.

Steve Norton, executive director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies, speaks Tuesday with outgoing state legislators Laurie Harding of Lebanon, left, and Terie Norelli of Portsmouth, at the Tri-State Roundtable on Aging in Portsmouth.

Bleak forecast at tri-state forum on aging

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The Tri-State Roundtable on Aging brought legislators, health care workers and social services leaders to the Sheraton, for wide-ranging discussions and breakout sessions on challenges – and,...

Kayla Bullwinkel, a student at Milford High School, reads the winning essay at Constitution Day Tuesday at the New Hampshire Supreme Court while Justice Carol Ann Conboy looks on.

Students honored for winning essays

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20 New Hampshire school children filled the chambers of the New Hampshire Supreme Court on Tuesday. The state's top judges honored them for essays they wrote about a complicated legal subject they...

Manchester charter school requests barriers between playground, street

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Polaris Charter School parents say an accident in 2013, when a car burst through the fence and into the playground at the intersection of Kelley and Cartier streets, underscored the need for...

UNH police investigating report of man brandishing gun on campus

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University of New Hampshire students were more curious than shaken Monday morning by an alert from police to “shelter in place” following the report of an individual brandishing a gun on...

Discovery of shotgun shell in locker room puts Stratham school into lockdown

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STRATHAM -- The discovery of a live shotgun shell this morning at the Cooperative Middle School led to a brief lockdown as school staff and police officers investigated.

Henniker Community School eighth graders Adelle Brunstad, Aiden Moser, Delani Dowst and Cody Russell get ready to launch their SeaPerch ROV at the Chase Ocean Engineering Lab at UNH on Nov. 6.

Eighth-graders test underwater remote operated vehicles they built

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Eighth grade students at the Henniker Community School recently designed and built their own underwater SeaPerch Remotely Operated Vehicles, and tested their vehicles at a University of New Hampshire...

McDonough Elementary School teacher DeLorie Belanger started the Kids Closet stocking essentials for the school's children in need.

McDonough School's 'Kids Closet' seeks to supply students with shoes, coats

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A supply closet at McDonough Elementary School has been transformed into the “Kids Closet."

Driver ed goes private, smaller in Manchester

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The first session of the outsourced drivers education program will only be held at Central High School and not all three public high schools because of low enrollment numbers, school officials...

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Salem High to withdraw from federal lunch program

0 Dartmouth football uniforms through the decades (Video, Graphics)

0 Alton settles suit over school fire sprinklers

0 Student athlete from NH stuck on bus in NY storm for 30 hours

0 Assistant principal still on job after assault arrest concerns parents

0 UNH research: Part-time jobs put millions in poverty or close to it

0 Dartmouth: Image-recognition software greatly improves web searches

0 Keene State College interns helping hospitals, restaurants serve healthier food

0 Trial set for Portsmouth High School over worker's sex assault of student

0 Laconia school's plan to give drama space to jocks put on hold

0 Hampton school official Vic Sokul charged with assault

0 Dartmouth Student Assembly sanctioned for spending student activity fees on themselves

0 Dartmouth researcher's machine-learning algorithm ranks the World's Most Notable Authors

0 Berlin school superintendent working to entice Milan away from Gorham SAU 3

0 More positions being cut at NHTI

0 Newport voids special tuition offer made earlier to Goshen

0 Dover police: No charges to be filed after school officials call cops on man carrying concealed tape measure

0 Dartmouth probes cheating by athletes in sports ethics course

0 Religion 65 students identify culture of cheating

0 Dartmouth: Medical Marijuana for Digestive Disorders - High time to prescribe?

0 Tension at Laconia High School over plan to convert drama space into weight room

0 NH ‘Bee hotel’ abuzz with research about pollinators

0 UNH wants millions more from taxpayers or else NH students will pay price

0 'Keene Strong' T-shirt in wake of Pumpkinfest riot offends some

0 NextGen operatives 'dorm-stormed' Keene State College to turn out vote without permission

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