March 10~Arts Alive 5-7pm Laconia Schools Opening Night
March 13~ Family Fun Night @ ESS 5:30
March 14~ Yankee Doodle Circus@ LHS click here for Flyer
March 14~ VISTESS Family Movie Night rescheduled for March 21
March 18~ 5th Grade Band Concert @ LHS 7pm
March 21~ VISTESS Family Movie Night
March 26~ Planetarium Assembly
March 29~ City wide Chess Tournament at 9 am to be held at the Huot Career Technical Center, finalist in grades 3 -12 will be competing.
March 10-30~ Arts Alive Month Belknap Mill Laconia
April ~ 7 – 11th Book Fair that will run daily from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm and will be open on April 10th until 7:00 pm during Parent Teacher Conference.
April ~ 10 – 1:00 pm Early Release for Parent Teacher Conference
April~ 21 – 26 Spring Vacation
April~ 28 – School Resumes…
Should you need to contact our Office please feel free to email:
Susan Carignan, Student Service Coordinator at email@example.com
Coleen Poire, Administrative Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marlee Guilmett, Administrative Assistant at email@example.com
Elm Street School’s Alumni ~Chas Guldemond, 26, is a member of the first-ever U.S. Olympic slopestyle team. The Laconia, New Hampshire native has been one of the top riders on the scene and a regular on the podium in recent years. He’ll be part of a deep field of medal contenders in Sochi. All of us at Elm Street School are very proud of his achievements and wish him well at the Olympic games!!!
Mr. Mercer’s Class
CATHERINE DWINAL: 2014 MIKE KOVINS TEACHER OF THE YEAR FOR TI:ME
The Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME) is pleased to announce the selection of Catherine Dwinal as the recipient of the 2014 Mike Kovins TI:ME Teacher of the Year Award.
The award will be presented to Ms. Dwinal during the keynote presentation on Thursday, Feb 13th at 1pm at the TI:ME National Conference held in conjunction with the Texas Music Educators Association conference in San Antonio, TX.
“The Laconia School District has adopted minimum achievement standards, by grade level, in the areas of mathematics and literacy. These non-negotiables represent the fundamental knowledge base that our students need to learn at each grade level, in order to improve their potential for academic achievement and success. We are proud to add these to our ESS website, and encourage you to follow-up with your child’s teacher or any of our administrators, for further clarification regarding these very important skills. Thank you!”
Mathematics Non-negotiables Curriculum
Writing Non Negotiables Curriculum
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