Chichester NH News

September 20, 2017


 

The Chichester Central School School Board is looking to fill 2 to 4 vacancies on the Voluntary School Budget Advisory Group. The objective of the group is to review and analyze the upcoming school budget and to present their observation, suggestions and recommendations to the school board. This group is made up of registered voters from the town of Chichester.

 

Members will attend School Board meetings from October - March in order to hear all pertinent details as the budget develops.

To either apply or seek further information, contact Heather Chiavaras at hchiavaras@sau53.org or 798-3482.

 


 

The Community Supper on September 20 and the Chichester United Methodist Parish Hall will feature meat loaf. Come at 6 p.m. and enjoy a free supper with your friends and neighbors. Donations are accepted toward the cost of future suppers.

 


 

The Chichester Youth Association annual golf tournament will be Saturday, September 30, at Beaver Meadow in Concord. If you want to be a tournament sponsor or donate a raffle item there is still time. Please contact Ian Berkeley (kberkeley@tds.net) or Betsy Purvis (betsy.purvis@comcast.net) .

 


 

Out Of Your Attic Thrift Shop News

Submitted By Carol Hendee

 

The backpack project was very successful, thanks to a great deal of help from many donors.  45 Backpacks, with supplies, were handed out.

 

Summer is winding down -- sweaters, hoodies, and some fleece are out!  Fall shoes have appeared.  Halloween items are everywhere, so be “on guard.”

 

Look for the in-store Specials sign on the desk--blue clothing tags are 25˘ for September.

 

Rte. 28, 5 miles from the Epsom Circle, plaza on the left; Chichester town line. Open Mon. 8-12; Tues. & Thurs. 8-4; Wed. 11-4 & Sat. 10-4.  247-7191

 


 

Chichester Town Library News

 

Again, thanks to everyone who came out for the Down Under Bookstore Sale this past Saturday.  Your participation helps to fund the programs we put on for residents of Chichester and library patrons.  Whether it be the various programs in the Summer Reading Program, subsidizing a project by our Young Adults, paying for the Pontine Theatre and Dudley Laufman, etc., these funds add to the community life of Chichester.  Thank you.

 

Also, a big thanks to Mike Williams of Stoney Brook Farm for donating vegetables for sale at the Farmers’ Market, which was held in conjunction with the book sale.  Mike’s farm stand can be found on Main Street in town.

 

Also, as a vital part of the community, the library accepts donations for the Chichester Food Pantry.  Please bring your non-perishable items (no glass jars or other breakables) to the library and we will see they get to the pantry.

 

Every Thursday morning, except when there is no school in session, the Preschool Story and Craft Hour for this school year meets for pre-school and kindergarten age children. It started last week and will be held again tomorrow, September 21st at 10:30 a.m.   It’s a wonderful time for the youngsters and caregivers.

 

Monday, September 25th at 7 p.m. is the Down Cellar Writers’ Meeting, where local writers and poets are always welcome to bring and share their work.

 

A basket class is scheduled for Wednesday September 27th at 6 p.m.  These successful classes are under the tutelage of Diane Mann.  Please call the library to sign up.

 


 

Chichester Central School News

Competency Education Information Night

 

What is Competency Based Learning? Why is New Hampshire moving toward this new model of instruction? What are the principles of Competency Based Learning and instruction? Where is CCS in this transition and what will this look like for my child? These are all great questions we will begin to answer on Sept. 28th from 6:30 – 7:30 PM. This will be an opportunity for families to learn about this new model and ask questions as CCS makes strides in this direction.  Please join us for this evening. 

 

Parent Conference Sign-Ups

On the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 19 (early release) and Friday Oct. 20, there will be time in for K-8 grade teachers to meet with parents and guardians.  Many teachers began to fill their conference schedule at the BBQ/Open house this month.  Contact your child’s teacher or the main office of school at 798-5651 to schedule a conference if you have not already.  A link between school and home is an essential ingredient to a student’s success.

 

Grandparent Luncheon - Time to Recognize and Appreciate

On Thursday, Oct. 5, CCS will host grandparents of our students for a special luncheon.  Forms to sign up for lunch will be sent home  with students and will also be available on our website.  We are so proud of our school and community and are excited to have our grandparents come join us for lunch. Please return forms by Thursday, Sept. 28 so we can prepare for our luncheon. 

    


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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