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STRAFFORD SCHOOL

WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

June , 2017


SUMMER LITERACY/ESY PROGRAM REMINDER:
The Summer Literacy/ESY program will take place this summer. Schedule as follows: July 5-27 from 8:30-12:30 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. There will be no program on Tuesday, July 4th.

CAMP INVENTION: Program: Launch
For children entering grades K through 6. The cost will be $225.00
Program Dates: 7/31/2017 – 8/4/2017
Program Times: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Program Length: Monday through Friday

Register at campinvention.org. For more information please contact Audrey Dolan, Camp Invention Director for Strafford School at adolan@strafford.k12.nh.us.


End of year Medication Pick Up Notice:
This is a reminder that as the school year is coming to an end, I have a record number of student medications on hand. These medications must be picked up by a parent / guardian any time prior to the end of the school day on June 21st.

Medications cannot be kept at the school during the summer months. ALL medications and/or equipment not retrieved will be properly disposed of in accordance with The NH Board of Nursing Standards.

As always, I am available for any questions or concerns.
Kathryn Cunningham RN


Strafford Summer Arts Camp 2017:
Dates: July 31–August 4, 2017
Location: Strafford School
Ages: 8–14
Time: 9 a.m.–3 p.m. (with a Friday evening performance for the community at 6:30 p.m.)
Fee: $350 ($275 for residents of Strafford. $125.00 deposit due at time of registration. Camp balance due July 1st.)

African drumming. Painting. Acting. World music of all kinds . . .

These are just some of the words that help define one of best summer educational opportunities for students in New Hampshire . . . and it is right in our backyard!

Strafford School is fortunate once again to host Strafford Summer Arts—a week-long day camp run by theatre, music, and art professionals.

Guided by New Hampshire Theatre Project (NHTP) director Genevieve Aichele, instrumentalist Randy Armstrong, and art instructor Rachel Vilandre, Strafford Summer Arts Camp includes dramatic theatre and movement instruction, storytelling, costume design, and set decoration/setup. In addition, Randy brings a wide variety of world instruments the participants are excited to play! Students learn to play multicultural music, as well as sound effects. No prior experience is necessary.

The emphasis of the camp is on collaboration, gaining self-confidence, and developing an appreciation for world cultures through theatre, art, and music. And, of course, fun!

Please email info@nhtheatreproject.org or call 603-431-6644 x4 with questions or to enroll! Local community coordinator, Angela Smith, is also available to answer questions at straffordsummerarts@gmail.com.

You may also visit the NHTP website at https://nhtp-reg.brtapp.com/theatrecampregistration.

Before and After School Care at Strafford School:
Registrations are now being accepted for the Before and the After School Enrichment Programs for the 2017-2018 year. Please visitwww.straffordkindercampus.weebly.com or contact Gina at 905-9754 for additional information.