Heidi is a dedicated parent and education advocate. She has regularly volunteered in her children’s classes and attended School Board meetings. “I really care about the quality of education in our towns. We are a small school and I feel passionately about giving students a quality education...
The Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative School District will be disposing special education records at the beginning of each new calendar year, in compliance with ED 1119.01. Special Education Records of past students, 25 -60 years of age, will be disposed of with the exception of their last Individual Educational Plan will remain on file until age 60.
Mr. Chapman's Jaffrey Grade School students are trying not to crunch Pringle chips. The Pringle challenge is a national STEM activity focused on the design of protective packaging. Students work in groups to design a packaging system that will safely ship a single Pringle chip across the country.
During the last week in March, drum beats rocked through the Rindge Memorial School hallways and gymnasium. Youth Beatz, an artist in residence program, brought the joy of drumming to RMS students. Rich Regione (Mr. Rich), founder of Youth Beatz, discovered his passion for drumming as a child. This passion became his personal mission to bring unity, kindness, and respect to young people.
Is it possible that our community could be fostering one of the world’s next great inventors? In November, sixth graders began exploring problems that require a solution. Students analyzed the problems and brainstormed invention solutions. After months of trial and error, students celebrated their final inventions by displaying them at the January 18th Invention Convention.