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Pierce’s black bears had a great time with Cornucopia this week working in the gardens. They harvested a large amount of carrots and purple beans. They even got to enjoy some summer squash and cherry tomatoes. More importantly, they were eager and willing to jump back into the gardens after having a long summer break,

Pierce School had a fantastic first day back for the 2019-2020 school year.

We welcomed new friends and staff to the Black Bear family.

Everyone was so excited to begin another year of learning and growing together.

Welcome back, Black Bears!

In the spring of 2016, NH Department of Environmental Services issued recommendations for voluntary testing of lead in drinking water at all schools and daycares. This action was in large part a result of lead toxicity to children from the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

On February 8, 2018, Governor Sununu signed Senate Bill 247 Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), also known as the Summer Meals Program, provides kids and teens with free meals when school is out.

The program was established to ensure that children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. In 2018, the SFSP provided more than 1.5 million nutritious meals and snacks to children nationwide.

Upcoming Events

October Wednesday
Arts Integration with Jeannie Connolly – 2nd and 4th Grade
October Friday
Morning Nature Walk at Bruce Edes Forest with Suzie Spikol
7:45 am
October Friday
Lifetouch Picture Retakes
9:00 am
October Monday
Special of the Week: ART
October Friday
Morning Nature Walk at Bruce Edes Forest with Suzie Spikol
7:45 am
October Monday
Special of the Week – PE/Health/LMR

Kindergarten Registration Update


2019/2020 Kindergarten Registration

Children must be 5 years old before Sept. 30, 2019.  

Kindergarten students must be registered to attend school in the fall.

Please register with Kate Wasserloos at 924-3336 ext. 2032.