Friday, January 30, 2015

Friday, January 30, 2015

Dear PWS Families,

It was so great to see so many of you last night at the Annual Principal's Winter Read. We had so much fun dressing up and performing as the little child and her "Idea". It was a truly special night.

40 under 40
We want to Congratulate Dan Mitchell for being selected as a UnionLeader NH 40 under 40!
The Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty program recognizes some of the state’s brightest young achievers who have a record of professional and volunteer accomplishments in New Hampshire.  See more at:
The staff recognized him Monday morning by having a celebration breakfast.  

Important Message
Dear Parents and Staff,
 I am writing to urge all voters in Bedford to attend t​he Bedford School District 201​5 Deliberative Session,​ (Session I​)​ on Tuesday, February ​3 at 7:00 PMin the Bedford High School Theater. 
At the Deliberative Session, voters will ​review ​the School District Warrant.  The warrant contains ​​proposals for next year's budget and increases in contracts for teachers and support staff. Voters at the Deliberative Session may ​change the warrant​ including the proposed budget.
The warrant, ​including any changes made at the Deliberative Session, is then ​voted on at ​the election (Session II).  The election is on Tuesday March 10 from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM in the Bedford High School Gymnasium.  
 If you will not be able to vote on March 10, the application for an absentee ballot is available here on the Town of Bedford websiteThe process is very simple and straight forward.
More information about the proposed budget is available here on the School District website.  Feel free to contact me with any additional questions.  I can be reached at 472-3755 or
Chip McGee
​Superintendent of Schools

Tattle Tale
Due to this week's storm the release of the Tattle Tale has been delayed. We hope to get it out to you early next week. Thank you for your understanding.

Winter Weather
We were reminded, rather harshly, this past week that is indeed Winter in New Hampshire. A reminder that if the weather calls for a two hour delay then our school day will begin at 9:50 and students can be dropped off beginning at 9:30. If you are dropping off, please make every effort to be in time to drop off out back, at parent drop off. When a number of cars attempt to drop off at the front door, the conditions can become quite unsafe. We are trying to avoid this and appreciate your cooperation.

Have a Great Weekend and Enjoy the Game on Sunday,

Cheryl Daley             Dan Mitchell
Principal                    Assistant Principal

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