Brentwood School Board
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Approved 2018-19 School Calendar
Superintendent Search Survey
The SAU 16 Superintendent Search Committee has begun a process for filling the position of Superintendent of Schools for 2018-2019. The first step in the process this year is to develop a profile for this important position. To do this, the committee is asking faculty, staff, students, parents and community members the question: "What are your hopes and expectations for the new SAU 16 Superintendent?"
Members of the search committee along with the New Hampshire School Boards Association have piloted a survey that seeks responses to this question. We are now in the process of sending this survey out through email to all parents of students in SAU16 as well as to all faculty and staff.
This survey will also be made available to community members through a link on the SAU16 web site. I would appreciate it if you could communicate this invitation to the Exeter region community.
All responses will be anonymous. The results will be compiled and shared with the SAU 16 Superintendent Search Committee. The profile will serve as a basis for the search and selection process.
To access this survey please click on this link.
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS EXETER, NH REGION:
SAU 16, a seven district supervisory unit located in beautiful, southeast NH near Boston, beaches and mountains, is seeking an experienced educational leader with excellent administrative, interpersonal and communication skills. Start date: July 1, 2018.
Very competitive salary and benefits package provided. Application materials will be reviewed beginning November 13, 2017
Please send completed packets to:
SAU 16 Superintendent Search
c/o Barrett M. Christina, Executive Director
25 Triangle Park Drive, Suite 101
Concord, NH 03301
For more information, please click here.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Mental Health Resources
Please click here to see a list of resources.
- Child and Family Services
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) NH
- NH Department of Health and Human Services
- 2014-2015 New Hampshire Domestic Fatality Review Committee Biennial Report
- New Hampshire Domestic and Sexual Violence Crisis Center Catchment Areas
- New Hampshire Community Mental Health Center Geographic Regions List
Just The One Time Documentary
This film was created as an educational tool around several lessons to be learned from our son Adam's death. We hope you will refer to the "lesson plan" included in the comments for points of discussion and education with others. Our only goal in making this film is to educate others on the many facets of opioid abuse that we did not realize ourselves, and to hopefully save lives.
Here is the youtube link
Here is what the write-up is on youtube with the lesson plan link....
Published on Oct 20, 2016
Adam Moser died in September of 2015 of a Fentanyl overdose. The aftermath of what it has done to his family, friends, and the community as a whole, makes everyone ask if there was something that could have been, and is there something we can do to prevent the next case in this national crisis.
Download the lesson plan in the link here. https://1drv.ms/b/s!AuH8B9YyPWfogaMYx...
Thank you to Jeanne and Jim Moser, bensound.com, incompetech and Kevin Macleod
This film is available to anyone for education purposes, and is NOT available for sale on DVD or BLUERAY.
Category: Film & Animation
License: Standard YouTube License