Crazy Hat Day Just can't get enough crazy hats! Here's a good one.
Spirit Week of Kindness "Crazy for Kindness" hat and hair day. Fun for all!
3rd Grade Animal Projects Ms Sutton's students show off their animal projects and share facts from their informative writing.
Lend an Ear Visits Pierce School Musicians Andrea Bonsignore, playing oboe and English horn and Emilian Badea, playing bassoon and accordion demonstrate their instruments for 4th grade students.
Do you know what your voice level should be? Students get cues for their voice levels from Mrs. Tylers light board?
Super Hero Passes Out Pizza - Kapow! Pizza for dinner for attendees at the Title 1 Literacy Night.
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Every March, all voters in the district are provided with the opportunity to vote on the budget for the following school year.
In addition, there are some items that frequently appear and require voter approval, including acceptance of the auditor reports, appropriation of funds for the various district trust funds, and School Board member salaries.
By ~ Luke Schoel ~ Second Grader
Here at Pierce School, we celebrate kindness by Spirit Week. Spirit Week is a group of five days of fun and community building. This year we had Crazy Hair Day, Sports Day, Splash of Kindness Day (each class wore their own color: Kindergarten-yellow, First Grade- blue,
On March 9, the PTO sponsored an Owl Prowl at the Harris Center for Conservation Education in Hancock. Susie Spikol-Faber led an interactive discussion about owls that included a special kid friendly drawing of owl adaptations. Students viewed various owl mounts including the large Great Horned Owl and small Saw-Whet. The excitement continued when we went outside to practice calling the Barred Owl.
Fourth Graders from Pierce Elementary will be visiting the New Hampshire State House on Friday, April 13th. In preparation for the field trip, New Hampshire State Representatives Jonathan Manley and Richard McNamara visited the fourth grade. Representatives Manley and McNamara shared with the students what their job entailed as members of the House of Representatives.
They explained that both legislators and New Hampshire citizens can come up with a good idea for a law.