Barrington School Board proclaims new Interim Superintendent of Schools
BARRINGTON — The Barrington School Board introduced that Deannah Rae has been appointed to function Interim Superintendent of Schools for the Barrington School District efficient July 1.
Rae has served in lots of key administrative roles since becoming a member of the district in 2014. Rae’s progressive expertise started because the ECLC Principal and has led to her present function as Director of Student Services. In 2021, Rae was the recipient of the Barrington’s Champion for Children Award, which acknowledges excellent involvement and assist of the kids and households within the Barrington School District.
Rae is a resident of Barrington and proud mum or dad of two sons at present enrolled in highschool and faculty. Prior to becoming a member of the Barrington School District, she taught in any respect ranges from early childhood education to highschool. She additionally brings a spread of earlier administrative expertise together with principal and adjunct professor.
School Board Chair, David Gibson, said that “We [the Barrington School Board] believe that Deannah’s relevant experience, dedication to academic excellence, alignment with Board priorities, and deep understanding of the Barrington community will be integral to the district in the coming school year.”
“I’m dedicated to this district and its success.” mentioned Rae. “Barrington has invested so much in me, and I’m very grateful for that. I want to give back to this community that has given me so much. I am excited for this new opportunity and look forward to the journey ahead.”
Drew Bairstow named Cooperative Middle School Principal
EXETER – The Exeter Region Cooperative School Board voted unanimously to rent Drew Bairstow, of Dover, because the new principal of the Cooperative Middle School. With 21 years of expertise as an educator, Bairstow, who’s at present the principal at Lincoln Street School in Exeter, assumes his new function as CMS principal on July 1.
“We are so pleased with the expansion that Mr. Bairstow has led during the last seven years at Lincoln Street School and the optimistic affect that he has made with the students, households and neighborhood,” mentioned SAU 16 Superintendent Dr. David Ryan. “He has a proven record of data-based decision-making, collaborating with staff in the change process, empathic leadership, technology integration, expanding professional staff knowledge and skills, and more in his 21 years in education. His experience as a middle school teacher and elementary principal makes him an ideal candidate to lead CMS.”
As CMS principal, Bairstow will probably be accountable for offering management in all features of educational programming and instructing practices for pupil studying, persevering with sturdy relationships with dad and mom and the neighborhood involvement, and managing the operations of the college together with price range, staffing, and many others. He will even have the distinctive alternative of reconnecting with many previous students from Lincoln Street School who at the moment are at CMS.
Prior to serving as principal of Lincoln Street School, Bairstow was principal on the Fred C. Underhill School in Hooksett for 4 years and assistant principal at Hooksett Memorial School for 3 years. Before his instructional management positions, Bairstow fulfilled numerous roles in a number of college districts in New Hampshire as a center college studying and language arts trainer, particular education educational assistant and an English trainer in Thailand.
“I’ve loved my time at Lincoln Street School working to foster a tradition of studying and respect and constructing optimistic interpersonal relationships with all members of the neighborhood,” mentioned Bairstow. “I am committed to dynamic methods of leadership with the best interest of children in mind. While I will miss my Lincoln Street School family immensely, I am thrilled to continue to serve in SAU 16 and can’t wait to begin working with the students, families and faculty at Cooperative Middle School.”
Bairstow earned each his Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Communications from Keene State College, Master of Education in Education Administration from Rivier College in Nashua and can quickly earn a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Education Leadership at New England College in Henniker. He additionally earned principal and elementary education certifications in New Hampshire. Bairstow has lived in N.H. for greater than 20 years and at present resides in Dover along with his spouse and kids.
Cooperative Middle School, a part of SAU 16, in Stratham, N.H. was initially inbuilt 1998 and is residence to 1,200 students in sixth, seventh and eighth grade from Brentwood, Exeter, East Kingston, Kensington, Newfields and Stratham.
Five rural faculties chosen for TeachUNITED custom-made helps
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Department of Education introduced its new partnership with TeachUNITED, which is able to present 5 rural faculties in New Hampshire with individualized skilled improvement for his or her management groups and educators.
Schools had been chosen for this distinctive alternative primarily based on their want and educational enchancment objectives articulated of their functions. Awardees embrace Barnard Elementary School in South Hampton, Stevens High School in Claremont, Northwood Elementary School in Northwood, Cornish Elementary School in Cornish and Strong Foundations Charter School in Pembroke.
The focus of this system is to rework practices, have interaction youth and kind skilled studying communities inside Rural Education Achievement Program college districts.
Designed for each academics and faculty leaders, the teaching program highlights methods for progress mindset, data-driven instruction and customized and blended studying.
The initiative goals to empower rural district leaders and educators to grasp the best and impactful strategies for supporting sustainable enchancment within the classroom. The mission is funded with Title II Part A of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and totals $170,000 by way of June 2023.
Portsmouth High School Career Technical Center Educators Rising NH Champions are headed to National Competition
PORTSMOUTH — They have been ready for news since late winter and this previous Friday, April 8, the news and the awards got here pouring in. Following management and abilities competitions at Southern New Hampshire University our native Educators Rising NH students have been anxiously awaiting the news of state stage placements. At Plymouth State University this previous Friday, the wait was over. Students discovered that that they had positioned in 5 competitions.
Congratulations to the next students:
· Riley Diemer, Mackenzie Leonard, and Kailyn Richards who had been our state’s 1st place staff for Ethical Dilemma.
· Kendall Jaggars positioned fifth in Children’s Literature Pre-Okay by way of Kindergarten
· Ryan Scarlotto positioned third in Creative Lecture
· Mackenzie Leonard positioned 1st in Exploring Career Support Services
· For the Job Interview competitors Katie Law positioned 2nd, Jade Remick positioned third, and Zoe Morin positioned fifth.
There’s little question that the way forward for education is in good arms with this staff! All of the students that positioned could have the as soon as in a lifetime alternative to journey to the Educators Rising National Conference in Washington DC June 24 to June 27. They will probably be fundraising so as to assist their nationwide journey. If you prefer to to assist the students achieve their fundraising objectives, please contact their advisor Carla Frank through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We requested the students to share their expertise. Zoe Morin had this to say of her success within the Educators Rising NH competitions, “This was my second year participating in Job Interview. This event has helped me polish my resume and cover letter. I feel ready and comfortable for a job interview in their real world.”
Ryan Scarlotto mentioned, “I was honored to win 3rd place in the Creative Lecture event this year. The process was a great experience and I truly enjoyed presenting to the judges. I hope to improve my Ted Talk for nationals and I will strive for 1st place.”
Educators Rising NH Advisor and State Executive Director, Carla Frank commented on her pupil’s success, “Covid has been a tough time for students and I am especially proud of my students for going the extra mile to not only put together their events but step outside their comfort zone and compete. The time that was spent preparing and prepping for these events was all done outside of class time. I am extremely proud of the work they accomplished and look forward to traveling to the national conference with them.”