Featured image of article: 4th Grade Field Trip to the Great Bay

  On Wednesday Mrs. Germain’s 4th traveled to Greenland, New Hampshire to visit the Great Bay Discovery Center with friends from Francestown Elementary School.  Prior to the visit, the class learned that the Great Bay is an estuary – a land form where freshwater and seawater meet.  Estuaries are critical habitats for many animals as well as places for several bird species to stop along their migration routes. 

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Featured image of article: Pierce Ski Program

Celebrating another Ski Season

Written By: Ms. Sutton

Although many are excited for warm weather, skiers and snowboarders would love to see the snow fly for just a little bit longer.  This year 31 Pierce School students participated in the after school ski program.  It was the perfect season filled with lots of snow,

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Featured image of article: NHDI Residency at Pierce School

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.

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The Hour of Code is an international event happening this week across the globe.  Some students at Pierce School participated in learning to code, and they are so excited about it. Hundreds of 1-hour coding activities are available on the website.  Check out Hourofcode.com for more information.

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On November 15, 2017, Pierce school students and teachers participated in The Conval Community Schools  Turkey Trot event.  Students walked or jogged laps around the school fields at Hancock Elementary.  This event promoted the concept of lifetime fitness, but it also collected food items donated to the South Meadow School Food Pantry.

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PIERCE SCHOOL
“We Succeed Together”
19 Main Street   Bennington, NH 03442
(603) 588-2131 Fax (603) 588-3802 www.conval.edu/Schools/bes
Stephanie Syre-Hager; Principal

 

August 7, 2017

                                                       

Dear Parents and Students of Pierce School,   

As the calendar turned to the month of August, I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself to you.

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