31-A West Main Street
Newton, New Hampshire 03858
Learning from 7:30 a.m. until 2:20 p.m.
We invite you to enjoy a wonderful production of ...
Nearly 70 elementary and high school students,
plus Middle School teachers
and community members
will perform Charles Dickens' familiar classic.
Friday, December 6, and
Saturday, December 7,
beginning at 7:00 p.m.
at the Sanborn Regional
High School Auditorium
Please Join Us,
Celebrate the Holiday Season,
and Support Our Middle School Students
Admission is $5.00 per person
*** Holiday Mail for Heros ***
SRMS Sixth Grade students, teachers, and parents sent hundreds of cards to our current American Service Men and Women through the American Red Cross' program known as Holiday Mail for Heroes. Many families generously donated cards which were then filled out by students, staff, and parents on the days leading up to Thanksgiving.
Looking to send your own card?
You have until December 6th to get it in the mail!
Holiday Mail for Heroes
P.O. Box 5456
Capitol Heights, MD 20791-5456
Thank you to all of our
American Service Men and Women!
Sanborn Regional School District
November 14, 2013 - December 6, 2014
The Sanborn Regional School Board's Public Relations Committee along with the Superintendent's Office have begun initiatives to provide opportunities to the students, parents, teachers and community members to learn about and discuss particular areas of education such as Common Core and Competency Based Grading, as well as obtain feedback on their overall experiences with the teachers, schools and administration within our school district. As we come to the end of our current Strategic Plan and will soon be mapping out a new one, your honest thoughts and opinions will be helpful to us in our planning stages. We appreciate you taking the time to participate in our on-line survey. We look forward to hearing from you and appreciate your support in our continued efforts to make Sanborn Regional School District the best it can be!
To begin, click on the survey below:
(for High School and Middle School Students only, please)
If you do not have access to the internet and cannot complete the online version, please stop by the SAU office at 178 Main Street, Kingston or any of the schools' main offices to pick up a printed copy. All submissions MUST be received by December 6th.
A Health and Wellness Update
from our School Nurse Mrs. Gilmartin
The Sanborn Regional School District offers the
2013–2014 Student Acciden t Insurance Plans
for students in our District.
You may choose from these school approved plans . . .
* Around-the-Clock Plan
* Schooltime-Only Plan
– plus –
* Extended Dental Plan
* Football Plan
This is the season for an increase in the number of cases of colds, flu, intestinal and GI viruses, conjunctivitis, and even strep throat and pneumonia. Parents are asked to consider the following suggestions from our School Nurse in order to limit the exposure of healthy children to those who are ill, and to ensure that those who are ill will have as rapid a recovery as possible:
* If your child has a fever (99.6° or above), please keep your child at home for an additional 24 hours of fever-free time (OFF fever-control medicines) to ensure adequate rest and the opportunity for the immune system to recover. Your child may still be contagious if he/she has a fever at night, but is fever-free in the early morning.
* If your child has vomited during the night, keep him/her home for at least another 24 hours until you know that he/she is eating regular foods without difficulty and is no longer experiencing nausea or abdominal pain. This same advice applies if your child has had multiple episodes of diarrhea.
* If your child has a persistent cough not controlled by over-the-counter medications, please contact your health care provider, as they may have an underlying bronchial or lung infection or pneumonia.
* If your child has one or both eyes with a red appearance to the sclera (white area), and/or drainage from the corners which is yellow, and/or yellow crusts on lashes and lids which are itchy and/or swollen, please keep them home and consult your health care provider. Conjunctivitis is very contagious, and children with this infection must be on medications for a minimum of 24 hours and no longer draining from the eye to attend school.
Frequent hand washing is the number one prevention for the spread of germs and disease within your family as well as in school. Concerns regarding your child’s illness, or duration of his/her symptoms should be addressed to your family health care provider. Thank you for your assistance to help ensure the health of all students (and staff) at our school.
Health & Nutrition Newsletter
Each month, their newsletter will contain intereactive links, activities, and blog entries to inform you about health and nutrition.
for Free or Reduced Priced Meals.
This is a wonderful way for your children to enjoy a healthy
breakfast for 30 cents per day
and lunch for 40 cents per day!
This information is completely confidential.
Painting created by Sanborn Regional Middle School Students