Chichester Central School News

July 23, 2021

Dates to Remember

Tues, 8/10/21 - School Board Retreat, 6pm

Weds, 8/11 - School Board Meeting, Reopening Plan, 6pm

Weds, 8/18 - School Board Meeting, 6pm

Mon, 8/23/21 - Kindergarten Roundup (Orientation/Screening)

Thurs, 8/26 & Fri, 8/26 - First CCS Staff Days

Mon, 8/30/21 - First Day of School for Students

Weds, 9/8/21- Back to School BBQ (rain date 9/9/21)

9/3-9/6 - No School, Labor Day Weekend

Principal's Message

Happy Summer!


I hope that everyone has had an opportunity to enjoy some downtime and fun this summer. We are busy prepping our building for students to arrive on August 30th, and are finishing up some hiring, completing some building upgrades and projects, and setting up learning spaces.


Thank you to those that have provided feedback on the fall opening plan. As a reminder, please send feedback to chichesterfeedback@sau53.org so that we can collect all data in one location. Administration and the Chichester School Board reviews this data every week or so, and this will allow us to listen to the public.


We have a couple of after school opportunities to offer to our families this fall, and the information on these programs can be found in this newsletter.


We look forward to meeting our Kindergarteners on August 18th during our screening.


As always, give us a call here at school if you have any questions or concerns.


Have a wonderful couple of weeks!



Ms. Jessica Snider

jsnider@sau53.org

603-798-5651

After School Care Options for CCS Families

This year, we will be offering two off-site after school care options for our CCS families. During the upcoming school year, we will continue to explore the possibility of offering something here at CCS that covers before and after school needs for our community.


The two options that will be offered are: The Concord Boys & Girls Club and The Learning Tree in Epsom, NH.


Please see the information listed below for further details on both programs, but I have also included a brief synopsis of both programs here:


Boys and Girls Club


  • Grades K-8
  • Limited to 14 students, based on transportation ability
  • Transportation for students from CCS to The Bradley Street Clubhouse located at 55 Bradley Street, Concord, NH 03301
  • LIMITED SLOTS AVAILABLE
  • School Days M-F 2:30pm-6:00pm
  • To enroll: Contact Sonia Wilks, Branch Director at wilks@centralnhclubs.org or call 603-410-5176



The Learning Tree


  • Grades K-4
  • Limited for 20 students, based on transportation ability
  • Transportation for students from CCS to The Learning Tree Center located at 9 Gauthier Drive, Epsom, NH 03234
  • LIMITED SLOTS AVAILABLE
  • School Days M-F 2:30pm-5:30pm
  • To enroll: Contact The Learning Tree at info@EpsomLearningTree.com or call 603-736-0037

New Faces at CCS!

Please join us in welcoming some new faces here at CCS!


Grade 1, Carrie White (replacing Wendy Kneeland)

Grade 3, Jessica Martucci (replacing Jessica Merrill)

Grade 4, Mollie Morissette (replacing Amy Binder)

Special Education Case Manager, Kimberly Green (replacing Sky King)

CCS Fall Soccer Sign Ups

Please email CCS Athletic Director, Tony Cipriano at acipriano@sau53.org, to sign up for fall soccer at CCS. As a reminder, all students participating in athletics need a current physical on file here at school before they can begin practicing with the team.

Kindergarten Screening/Orientation, August 23, 2021

Come Join our Team at CCS!

We're looking to fill a few positions here at CCS this year:


  • 70 % Art Teacher
  • 70% Music Teacher
  • Title I Teacher
  • Technology Support Specialist
  • Paraprofessional
  • Kitchen Dishwasher/worker



Interested in joining our team? Email Principal, Jessica Snider, at jsnider@sau53.org for more information.

Chichester Central School

The mission of Chichester Central School is to educate our students to become independent thinkers, problem-solvers and self-directed learners. We are committed to fostering the social, emotional, developmental, intellectual, and physical needs of every child. We strive to work with the broader community to ensure that students develop lifelong skills enabling them to be contributing and productive members of society.