New Hampshire School Administrative Unit 16
Student Services Administrator Opening
The Exeter Region Cooperative School District is accepting applications for a July 1, 2016 opening. Please click here to go to the employment page to see more information.
Culinary Arts Teacher Opening - SST
The Seacoast School of Technology, the regional career and technical center, serving more than 700 students from Epping, Exeter, Newmarket, Raymond, Sanborn Regional and Winnacunnet High School, is seeking a Culinary Arts teacher. Please click here for more info.
CMS Principal Search Timeline
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CMS Principal Bill Furbush Chosen as new Assistant Superintendent at SAU 16.
Starting date is July 1, 2016.
Exeter High School Graduation
EHS Class of 2016 graduation has been set by the Exeter COOP Board for Friday,
June 17, 2016 5:30pm at EHS
New East Kingston Principal for the 2016-17 School Year is Announced.
Outside of education, Mr. Tullar has also done carpentry work, specializing in agricultural buildings and worked on a family dairy farm in Orford, NH. Mr. Tullar succeeds current principal, Mr. Jim Eaves, who is retiring after serving EKES for the past 13 years.
Parents please open this webinar to hear Rose Colby give an overview of what Competency Based Education is all about!
Rose is a Competency-Based Learning and Assessment Specialist assisting schools throughout the United States in designing high quality competency, assessment and grading systems. A New Hampshire resident, Rose is a motivational speaker and presenter in the areas of competency-based learning, digital learners, differentiation, and school leadership. She is an author, a consultant to the NH Department of Education, an Adjunct Professor in Educational Leadership at Plymouth State University, has been a partner in the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, and has served as Principal in Residence for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Currently she is working with SAU 16 schools to support our efforts as we move toward implementing competency based education for all of our students. Please click here to watch the video.