---- — Special education partnership to meet
The Londonderry Special Education Partnership holds its final meeting of the school year on June 4 at the Moose Hill Conference Room at the town offices.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. The partnership’s mission is to provide a district-wide family-school partnership to support the special education community from preschool through high school in workshops, activities, communication, collaboration and education.
All parents, guardians, advocates, teachers, school staff and administrators are invited to attend. For information, visit LondonderrySEP.org.
Londonderry plans summer enrichment
The Londonderry School District will offer a variety of enrichment opportunities to students this summer. Open to all levels K-12, the purpose of this self-supported program is to promote student strengths in academic areas and expose students to new areas of interest not typically included during the regular school year.
Eight different enrichment offerings promise interest to students at many levels. Programs include Camp Kindergarten, Science Inquiry and Design, Creating Kinetic Contraptions, Computer Camp, Nature by Design, Somewhere Off Broadway, Fitness Fanatics and Cooking with Mrs. Gallagher.
Enrichment sessions will be held mornings and afternoons at various times and dates in schools throughout the district from June 25 through July 26. Registration information is available online at londonderry.org. Information will also be available in school newsletters and through school offices, at town hall or the library.
The deadline to register is June 7. Fees will be collected through June 18 at the school district office.
Art contest winner honored
A South Range Elementary School third grader earned top honors for his artistic talents. Aiden Morrison won a prize in an art contest sponsored by the Casella company.
The students had to design a page for a calendar about recycling. Aidan Morrison received top art honors and was given his award during the school spring concert May 13. Thirteen winners were chosen out of a field of 325 from all over the state.
Aidan received his award from Kristen Desmond, a representative of Casella.
Aidan was given a $25 gift card from TD Bank, a framed copy of his art entry and this fall his artwork will appear on calendars.