All students deserve the opportunity to learn actively, to experience a sense of belonging and to achieve academic and social success.  To that end, the Nottingham community will provide a nurturing environment and the tools necessary to realize these goals. - Nottingham School Mission Statement


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In the event of an early release, K, 1 and 2 children will be dismissed in accordance with their early release forms. Grades 3 - 8 will go on their assigned bus.

Any questions concerning high school, please contact SAU #44 at (603) 942-1290

Chris Sousa, Principal
Jen Asdot, Assistant Principal
Jude Chauvette, Curriculum Director
Phone: (603) 679-5632
Fax: (603) 679-1617

Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm

SAU #44
Greenbriar Building
23 A Mountain Road
Northwood, NH 03261

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Please Help Your Children Succeed by getting them to Read in August

Dear parents and guardians,

I hope you and your family are enjoying the summer break and had a great July. With school starting in four weeks, I write to ask you to make sure your child reads to avoid the dreaded summer slide. Here’s why.

  • Children who read over the summer gain a month in their reading level.
  • Children who do not read over the summer may lose 3 months or more in their reading level.
  • This leads to a 4 month spread in reading level at the beginning of the next year between kids who read and kids who don’t.
  • That’s almost half of a school year! It’s unlikely that children that have not been reading will be able to make up that loss.
  • By the end of 6th grade, children that haven’t been reading over the summers have a three year deficit in reading in comparison to children who do read in the summer.
  • 80% of difficulty in reading at grade 6 is attributable to lack of summer reading.
  • Children who read with someone over the summer and talked with someone about what they had read made the greatest gains in reading at the end of the summer.
  • Volume is important. The more a child reads, the better they get at it. Like any sport, you must keep practicing if you are going to get better. When you don’t practice you get out of shape.
  • More reading can make up for reading deficiencies. “Kids who read a lot, read a lot better.”
  • This information came from Dr. Richard Allington, past president of the International Reading Association, who spoke about “Why Summer Reading Is Important.”

    Thanks also to Mr. Jim Montanari, principal of Salisbury Elementary School, who posted this on the school’s web site and has encouraged us to share.

    Chris Sousa
    Nottingham School

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Nottingham School    ○    245 Stage Road    ○    Nottingham, NH 03290     ○    Phone: (603) 679-5632     ○    Fax: (603) 679-1617