This category includes local educational institutions, programs and opportunities; as well as other location specific educational resources.
Non-profit consortium whose mission is the advancement of higher education in the state. Programs, event listings, career advisor links, legislative priorities, and links to member schools.
Non-profit group offers creativity programs to students in kindergarten through college. Includes competition schedule, challenge and clarification guides, team manager resources, and related links.
A resource and information portal for curriculum planning and professional development. Also offers links to Internet usage sites, NH educator listservs, and grant resources.
Annual award programs administered by the NH Dept. of Education to recognize outstanding educators. Includes application forms, past recipients, program history, and related links.
Fosters, supports, and facilitates school-related volunteer programs throughout the state. Mission statement, volunteer information, awards programs, staff directory, and sponsors page.
Provides information on vocational training programs in the state. Programs by region or keyword. Also has information on financial aid resources.
Provides educational and technological services to the towns and SAUs in the northern part of the state. Includes information on resource library collections, professional development workshops, special ed. services, adult tutorial programs, peer mediation, staff directory, area schools, and travel directions.
Directory of school, college, and educational organization website links.
Collaborative agency provides advanced technology, special education services, and staff development programs to member schools and districts.
Charter school is the first statewide on-line virtual high school (grades 9-12). Utilizes state certified teachers and offers tuition-free classes for students residing in New Hampshire.
Frequently updated list of weather related school closings and delays. Provided by WMUR-TV in Manchester. (Seasonal and as needed.)
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