Dear parents, guardians and members of the Newmarket community,
We hope you had a wonderful holiday season and that you and your family remain in good health and spirits in the year ahead! There are a few important newsworthy items to share with you today. Topics include the return to on campus learning, fun, free winter activities, and an upcoming Town Hall meeting on the FY22 budget.
Status of our return to on-campus learning
The Principals, nurses and I met to review all currently available information on staff and student wellness and have concluded that we will need to delay the return to on campus learning by one day for all NES students. Tuesday, January 19th will be a remote learning day for all elementary school students. If everything remains stable between now and then, NES students will return on to on campus learning on Wednesday, January 20th. At this time, students at the Junior Senior High School are scheduled to return on Tuesday, January 19th. If circumstances change, we will let you know with as much advanced notice as possible.
Wiping out the Winter Woe’s
The Newmarket School District and Recreation Department have formed a partnership to offer fun, free and virtual educational opportunities to all members of our community to help raise your spirits during the winter months.
We proudly present “Winter Warm-Ups”! Warm up your body, mind and soul from the comfort of your home as you learn to make jewelry (materials provided), take a dance class, and/or gather your family and get outside to one of Newmarket’s trails with the Great Outdoor Pursuit! Classes begin January 18th. For more information and to register, CLICK ON THIS LINK!
FY22 Budget Town Hall Meeting
Please join us on Monday, January 25th at 6:00 PM to learn more about our FY22 budget and the process that the Town and Schools will follow for the deliberative sessions that will take place on January 27th and February 2nd.
The meetings will take place via ZOOM at the following address:
We hope you will join us for some fun activities offered through the “Winter Warm Ups” Program and the Town Hall meeting later this month!
Susan K. Givens, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools