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LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
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SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
7:00 PM in the Moose Hill Conference Room
Notices and Press Releases
APPOINTMENT OF MATTHEW THORNTON PRINCIPAL
Notice of Video/Audio/Photography Display and Use of Student Work Release
The Londonderry School Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Sharon Putney as Principal of Matthew Thornton Elementary School effective July 1, 2013.
Mrs. Putney is presently completing her fifth year as Assistant Principal of Thorntons Ferry Elementary School in Merrimack, New Hampshire; is the current New Hampshire Elementary Assistant Principal of the Year and a former New Hampshire Gifted and Talented Teacher of the Year.
Mrs. Putney’s educational career began in 1982.Prior to her present position, she has been a general music and chorus teacher, a teacher of the Gifted and Talented, and Gateway Coordinator (Gifted and Talented/Schoolwide Enrichment Program).Her educational career has spanned all levels (K-12).
Mrs. Putney was selected from a field of highly qualified applicants and was also the first choice of the thirteen member screening committee composed of a School Board member, Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources Director, Elementary Principal, two Matthew Thornton parents and six Matthew Thornton faculty and staff members.
The School Board, Administration, faculty and staff as well as the entire Matthew Thornton community are looking forward to working with Mrs. Putney knowing that she will continue the excellent leadership exemplified by retiring Principal Carol Mack.
School Board Meeting DVDs
From time to time, video/audio recordings and/or photographs are made of various school activities and classes which may be cablecast over the local educational access channel, LEO21, or other cable or broadcast channels and/or displayed/streamed at the District or a school Web site, on the school district FM station, WLLO-LP, or in a district/school print or electronic publication. These may also be used within the Londonderry School District.
Students may appear visually and/or be heard. On occasion, individual students or small groups of students may be featured in interviews, on-camera discussion, etc. These students may be identified by name; however only first names will be used on the screen when individual students are shown unless the district secures written permission from a parent/guardian to use a last name. Additionally, photos, student artwork, projects or performances may be displayed or shared. Student produced work (print or non-print) may be used by the district in the course of instruction, accreditation, presentation, and action research.
The Londonderry School District may also reproduce, make alterations or additions to, and may copyright the material in whole or in part. The district will notify parents/guardians on an individual basis in those instances when special education programs are involved.
Parents and students may refuse release of any or all use of these materials related to specific students, provided that a written request is received by the Superintendent of Schools, at 268C Mammoth Rd., Londonderry, NH 03053, by September 30th of the current school year. Additionally, parents may opt to notify the district of any change during the school year.
Remember DVDs of school board meetings are available for check out at Leach Library. In general the DVDs are available for check out two days after a meeting.
Londonderry School District
The Londonderry School District will provide appropriate individualized academic, social, emotional and physical learning opportunities in order to establish a dynamic foundation for quality education and continued student growth.
To provide all students with the vision, skills, and knowledge necessary to maximize their individual potential. Central to this accomplishment is the collaboration among all shareholders and disciplines so that students can become contributing members of society and appreciate that learning is a life-long process.