Two fourth grade students from Pierce school enjoy a field trip to the Bruce Edes Forest in Bennington with Harris Center educator, Jay DeGregorio. The students’ assignment was to look for evidence of New Hampshire mammals. Students used their knowledge of track patterns to identify walkers, waddlers, leapers, or bounders.
This year, the New Hampshire Dance Institute (NHDI) Residency Program presented “Wonder-filled” as we celebrated the many Wonders of the World and our innate curiosities that create “wonder” in each of us as we question, learn, and grow throughout our existence.The Residency Program transformed everyday students into NHDI dancers with an all school finale that encouraged everyone to celebrate being “Full of Wonder!”
Our appreciation to Janine Edmonds and Lisa Cook from NHD,I and Jeannie Connolly at Arts Integration for the opportunity to have a residency with NHDI at Pierce this year.
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.
” January 19, 2018 was Art Day. What a special day and we greatly appreciate all of the volunteers that came to share it with us. Whether it was creating sea creatures for our Children in the Arts Day mural, making colors disappear by creating spinning tops, learning team work by building a castle, or exploring our creative side by making kaleidoscopes; Read More: Art Day 2018