Assistant Program Director
39 Harvard Street
Laconia, NH 03246
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Project EXTRA is looking for
Teachers, Club Advisors and Site Assistants
for the upcoming School Year 2014-15
This year’s theme is “Career Explorations”
If you are interested in working with students K-5th grade, please contact:
Elm Street Elementary School, Aja Montague at:
Pleasant Street Elementary School, Jackie O’Neil-Viar at:
Woodland Heights Elementary School, Jake Colby at:
WELCOME TO NICK RESCA, THE NEW SITE COORDINATOR
FOR LACONIA MIDDLE SCHOOL!
We are seeking interested and passionate adults who can provide
after school activities based on the results of
a Student Interest Survey that was conducted last spring.
Laconia Middle School students’ top interests are:
Nature and Outdoor Activities
Visual and Performing Arts Science
Fitness & Recreation
Destination Imagination Program
Please click to the following link to submit your proposal idea.
Proposals are due no later than September 2nd, 2014 at 4:00 PM
Please contact Regina for more information at email@example.com
Project EXTRA is joining with the New Hampshire LEGO League to provide innovative LEGO activities, robotics, and participate in LEGO regional/statewide competitions.
Check out their website: www.nhlegoleague.com
If you are interested, please contact Regina at firstname.lastname@example.org
LMS Summer Learning is an experiential learning program for students entering grades 6th-8th. The program runs Monday – Thursday, 7:30 am – 12 pm, June 30th-August 7th. The program offers academic support with hands-on learning, community service projects and life long experiences!
NH Aquatics at LMS led by teachers, Sue OH and Alexis Eynon. Students entering grades 6-9 have hands-on, real world opportunities to immerse themselves in aquatic science through field exploration, outreach learning experiences and community projects.
Keeping Your Cool in Middle School led by teachers, Kerri Howe and John Cardin. The week long orientation provided an opportunity for students to learn about the aspects of middle school while meeting new friends from other schools.
Pictured: Students are working on their combination lock skills.
Young Chef’s Academy at the J. Oliva Huot Center
Students from Laconia Middle School have the opportunity to explore the art of culinary during the week of June 23rd from 9 am-12 pm at the Meredith Village Savings Bank Culinary Arts
Center. Teachers, Jack Aldrich and Rhonda Farhner have been teaching students skills from the sanitation to safe handling of foods as well as creating delectable delights. The theme for Project EXTRA next year is Career and College readiness with exploratories that align with Huot Tech’s programming.