Chichester Central School News
Back-to-School Edition: September 10, 2021
Dates to Remember
Weds 9/15/21 - Chichester SB Meeting, 6pm at CCS
Tues, 9/28/21 - Coffee with Mrs. Wilson (details and time to be released after 9/15)
Thurs 9/30/21- Picture Day
Thurs 10/7/21 - Early Release/Parent Conferences
Fri 10/8/21 - Parent Conferences/PD Day
Mon 10/11/21 - No School, Columbus Day
This link will bring you to the Chichester School Board webpage where you can find agendas, meeting dates, links, and policies.
We had quite a turn out here at CCS on Wednesday night for our Back to School BBQ, and it was amazing to see our community come back together after being apart for so long. Our field was full of laughter, a sense of community, and socialization. Thank you to everyone that came out to enjoy the meal donated by the Chichester PTO, cooked by our very own Chichester School Board, and set up by our staff. We hope that most people were able to explore your child's classroom, see the updates and improvements throughout the building, and sign up for parent conferences. We look forward to bringing back many of our past traditions throughout the school year.
Have a wonderful weekend, and as always, don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns that you may have.
Mrs. Jessica (Snider) Wilson, Principal
Ms. Snider is now Mrs. Wilson
Student Transportation Forms
From the School Counselor, Mrs. Carrier
Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! If you are returning to CCS we are very happy to see you again. If you are new to CCS welcome to our school community!
This year I have taken on a new role in our school community. In addition to being the School Counselor and the 504 Coordinator, I am not the McKinney Vento Homeless LIaison.
In this new role I am available to members of the Chichester School community who experience loss of housing at any time during the school year related to financial hardship. There are many resources and protections available to students and their families if they find themselves in this challenging position. Please reach out to me at 798-5651 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a concern for your family so that we can discuss your individual situation and needs. Our conversations remain strictly confidential. My goal is to ensure that your students remain in a consistent educational environment through the school year.
SAU 53 Child Screening, 10/15/2021
SAU 53 SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Allenstown, Chichester , Deerfield Epsom and Pembroke
Friday, October 15 , 2021
AT THE Allenstown Elementary School
30 South Main Street, Allenstown, NH 03275
Do you have concerns about your child’s overall development? CHILD SCREENING is a free screening of your child’s abilities in speech, vision, hearing, motor, and learning skills. The screening is administered by an Occupational Therapist and Speech Therapist and Special Educator.
1. The child must live within SAU # 53
2. A parent/guardian must accompany the child.
3. Only children under 6 years of age are eligible.
4. Please email for an appointment.
FOR AN APPOINTMENT, PLEASE CONTACT CONTACT:
Paula Dyrkacz at email@example.com
Appointments will begin at 11:30
**Parents with concerns about children 6 years
old and over should contact their school district.
First grade students practiced writing their names with sidewalk chalk, and made name bracelets during the first week of school.
CCS Cafeteria and Food Service
This is a friendly reminder that breakfast and lunch are free for all students through this school year. Unfortunately, this does not include any snacks, slushies, waters, or extra milks. These items can be paid for through your child's Myschoolbucks account or you are welcome to send funds to school with your child.
We do ask that you do continue to complete a free and reduced meal application, even though meals continue to be free for all students. Ravonne Eccleston, our Food Service Director, can answer specific questions that you may have. She can also help to get a hard copy of any forms to your child here at school. firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to access our most up-to-date breakfast and lunch menus.
After School Care Options for CCS Families
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. 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 email@example.com 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