November Newsletter



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Substitutes Needed

Volunteer Information


Interested in being a volunteer? 
Please follow the link below for important information.


Have you checked out the awesome new Green Acres Parent Teacher Group website??? Click here to access all the information you need.

Green Acres School Wide Behavioral Expectations

Wondering what CHIRP is all about? Our new school wide behavioral expectations guide has begun as of January 5th.  All students and staff are on-board and ready to go.

Green Acres Activities Calendar

Green Acres Announcements

  • Student Medication Information Please read the following letter from the Manchester Health Department regarding medications given at school.
    Posted Sep 14, 2014, 5:48 PM by Melissa Rivet
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  • Notes from our Nurse... Please remember to update the nurse if there is any change in phone numbers or contacts, and your child’s medical condition, which includes injuries.  Should your child become injured ...
    Posted Aug 21, 2014, 5:03 AM by Melissa Rivet
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Manchester Proud

Manchester Proud wants to hear directly from you about your experiences in Manchester. They are hosting a listening session for families at our school, which will be an hour long. By participating in a listening session, you will help shape the future of Manchester’s public schools and the city as a whole. All information shared in listening sessions will remain confidential and responses will be summarized and used collectively along with other data. If you are interested in participating, please kindly RSVP by completing this quick form. If you have difficulty accessing this form, please email outreach@manchesterproud.org.


DATE: Wednesday, November 14 at 5:15 p.m. OR Wednesday, December 12 at 9:00 a.m.

COMMITMENT: One hour - we promise to start and finish on time!

LOCATION: November 14th - Library .... December 12th - Teacher's Room

CONTACT PERSON: If you have any questions about the listening sessions, please contact Manchester Proud at outreach@manchesterproud.org. You can also email your principal directly with questions.

Cricket Tank- 5th Grade PBL

5th Grade Project Based Learning Website/Blog- 
click below to access.

News from the City Library

Manchester City Library eliminates overdue fines for young learners

Manchester City Library staff and trustees and Mayor Joyce Craig announced all Manchester public libraries will eliminate overdue fines on children’s and young adult collections, starting October 1.

“With this move, we can truly say any child in our community can afford to check out a book at our libraries,” said Mayor Joyce Craig. “The libraries in Manchester are much more than a collection of books — they’re pivotal centers of our community. No child should be unable to engage in learning because of their family’s income level.”

The decision to eliminate overdue fines is part of a growing national trend in library policies to promote reading. Manchester library staff also noticed there was an issue once they held discussions with families who said they hadn’t been to a library in years due to their inability to pay late fees.

“We’ve recently begun working more closely with the Manchester School District, and we realized we needed books to be as accessible as they can be to our children and students,” said Denise van Zanten, Library Director. “Eliminating fines on materials for our young learners will continue to promote early literacy and drive our efforts forward.”

“By eliminating fines on children’s and young adult materials, we are taking down a barrier and opening a door to a critical resource for children and teens so that they can continue to learn and grow,” added Karyn Isleb, Head of Youth Services and Alex Graves, Teen Librarian, Manchester City Library.

This change does not impact any current accounts, but the library will review those on a case by case basis as requested by the borrower/parent/guardian. Library users will still be asked to pay for lost or damaged children and young adult items.

For more information about the Manchester City Library, programs and activities please call (603) 624-6550 or visit www.manchesterlibrary.org.

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