Chichester Central School News

May 7, 2021

Dates to Remember

Wed, 4/21 - Chichester SB Meeting, 6pm @ CCS

4/26-4/30 - Spring Recess

Sat, 5/8/21- Chichester School District Annual Meeting, 9am @ CCS

Mon, 5/10/21 - 7th/8th Grade Field Trip to the Wright Museum

Tues, 5/11/21 - Chichester Town Meeting Ballot Voting, @ CCS. Students and staff remote

Sat, 5/15/21 - Chichester Town Meeting Warrant Article Voting 10am @ CCS

Thur, 5/27/21 - 7th/8th Grade Field Trip to the Veterans Cemetery

Mon, 5/31/21 - No School, Memorial Day

6/1-6/3 - Nature on Wheels Program for Grade 8 (in lieu of Ecology School)

Tues, 6/15/21 - DARE Graduation Ceremony, Virtual (time/link will be announced)

Fri, 6/11/21 - Grad "Dance" @ CCS

Thur, 6/17/21 - Last Day of School for Students, dismissal begins at 12:35pm

Thur, 6/17/21 - 8th Grade Graduation @ CCS

Fri, 6/18/21 - Last Day for Staff, full day

**Further Grade Level Field Trips will be added to this calendar as they are confirmed**

Principal's Message

Congratulations! We've made it through the first week back after April Vacation! Our hallways, classrooms, and outdoor spaces are buzzing with the excitement of all that school during the spring has to offer. Our students in grades 3 through 8 began NH SAS testing on Wednesday and Thursday this week, and it was wonderful to see all students giving their best efforts to show their hard work over the past year.

A big shout out to the Chichester PTO, Frekeys Ice Cream, and several parents that dropped goodies off to our staff. We felt the love this week, and we thank you!

We hope to see many faces in the crowd on Saturday, May 8th at 9am in the CCS gym for the Annual School District Meeting.

Thank you for all that you continue to do as parents and community members for our school and our students. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns. We are always here to be part of your child's team!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Ms. Jessica Snider, Principal

Thank you Chichester PTO!

Chichester Annual School District Meeting, May 8th, 9am @ CCS

Chichester School Board Website

Important information, links, and PDF documents.

CCS Health Office Update, 5/7/21


Thank you families for the ongoing support and understanding of the guidelines during this school year. I truly appreciate it!

Please remember to keep your child home and notify our health office if they have any symptoms of COVID-19, even one or mild symptoms or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive. Testing guidelines have remained the same.

  • DHHS still recommends/advises that even fully vaccinated individuals be tested if they develop any symptoms.

Thanks for helping to keep our students, staff, families and community healthy!


Julie Strazzeri, RN

School Nurse

Chichester Central School

3rd Grade Wax Museum

Before vacation, third grade students chose a famous person to research. It all started by reading a Who Was... book and taking notes. Students wrote a speech to share about their person's childhood, adulthood, and accomplishments. Finally, they dressed up as their famous person and shared their speeches with the class! They did a fabulous job presenting their speeches and learned so many amazing things about famous people from our past and present!

CCS Cafeteria News!

Be sure to check out our breakfast and lunch menus attached below. Our food service kitchen is serving up some yummy offerings! As a reminder, breakfast and lunches are free for all students until the end of June. Your child can sign up for lunch each day with their teacher. Please contact Ravonne Eccleston, our Food Service Director, with any questions that you may have.

603-798-5651, extension 50

Chichester Central School 21-22 Registration

All new CCS families: click this link to begin registration for the 21-22 school year!

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.