While results for the first 2014-2015 Smarter Balanced assessment released last week reveal Londonderry students performed well compared with their peers across the state, school officials are still working to decipher what the data actually says about student proficiency in reading and math. “For proficient or above we are pretty significantly higher in almost every
The School District reached an agreement last week with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that will allow the high school to move forward with its dining service program without burdensome regulation as a food processing plant. Per the agreement, Londonderry High School will be considered a sub-distributor; thus, the School District may have all
The School Board has scheduled a public hearing on a proposed amendment to the Charter for official ballot voting that would remove the quorum requirement. The meeting is scheduled for Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. in the Moose Hill chamber at Town Hall, the Board announced at its Oct. 6 meeting.