The Shaker Regional
"The mission of the Shaker Regional School District is to develop a community of lifelong learners,
Announcements and Other
Last Day of School
June 19, 2013
Dismisal times are as follows:
BES & CES- 1:00
2011 Youth Risk Behavior Survey Results
Jen Gagnon, the student assistance counselor for the district, reported to the board on the Youth Risk Behavior Survey this past May. The report includes a narrative on the results and graphs depicting areas worth noting and of concern.
Click here to view the report she presented to the board and is a condensed version of the report provided by the state.
Click here to view the results of the Youth Risk Behavior Survey in its entirety.
2012-2013 School Year Calendar
Click here to view the 2012-2013 School Year Calendar
Summer Food Service Program--Kids Eat For Free
2012-2013 School Meal Prices
There has been a slight increase in the school meal prices for the 2012-2013 school year.
Kindergarten/First Grade Registration
REGISTRATION FOR KINDERGARTEN AND
STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR KINDERGARTEN MUST
STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR FIRST GRADE MUST BE
A COPY OF THE CHILD’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE, PROOF OF RESIDENCY, IMMUNIZATION RECORDS AND LATEST PHYSICAL ARE REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION.
STUDENTS WHO HAVE ATTENDED KINDERGARTEN
STUDENTS WHO ATTEND THE BES PRESCHOOL PROGRAM MUST REGISTER FOR THE 2013-2014 KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL YEAR
BES & BMS School In Need of Improvement
Enrollment Choice Information
School Board Agendas and Minutes Available Online
Click here to access school board meeting agendas and minutes.
Do You Qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch?
This year, families applying for the free or reduced lunch program will have the option of completing the application online or completing and returning the paper application form.
Learn more about the free and reduced lunch program
Supplemental Education Services
Supplemental educational services are additional academic instruction designed to increase the academic achievement of students in schools that have not met State targets for increasing student achievement (adequate yearly progress) for three or more years. These services may include tutoring and after-school services. They may be offered through public- or private-sector providers that are approved by the state, such as public schools, public charter schools, local education agencies, educational service agencies and faith-based organizations. Private-sector providers may be either nonprofit or for-profit entities. States must maintain a list of approved providers across the state organized by the school district or districts they serve, from which parents may select (see Q-and-A below "Can parents choose providers for tutoring and other supplemental educational services?"). States must also promote maximum participation by supplemental educational services providers to ensure that parents have as many choices as possible.
During 2011-2012 we provided Supplemental Education Services
Policy Manual Updates
GBCD--Background Investigation, Criminal Records Check and Fingerprinting (Amended 9/9/10)
IJOA--Field Trips and Excursions (Amended 7/22/10)
JICK--Pupil Safety and Violence Prevention--Bullying (Amended 12/9/10)
JKAA--Use of Restraints (Adopted 12/9/10)
IHBA--Handicapped Students/Students With Disabilities (Amended 1/13/11)
IHBI--Alternative Learning Plans (Amended 12/16/10)
JFAB--Admission of Tuition/Non-Resident Students (Amended 12/16/10)
EBBD--Indoor Air Quality (Adopted 1/2711)
GBEB--Conduct of Employees (Amended 1/13/11)
JFABD--Admission of Homeless Students (Amended March 10, 2011)
KCD--Public Gifts/Donations (Adopted March 24, 2011)
JKAA--Use of Restraints (Amended April 14, 2011)
BDE--Board Committees (Amended May 12, 2011)
ADC--Tobacco Products Ban
BDDA--Emergency Superintendent Succession (Adopted June 9, 2011)
JJF--Student Activity Fees (Amended July 14, 2011)
JFAB--Admission of Non Resident & Tuition Students (Amended July 14, 2011)
JICJ--Beepers and Other Electronic Communication Devices (Amended July 14, 2011)
DIA--Fund Balance (Adopted 8/11/11)
JJD--Student Participation Fees (Adopted 8/11/11)
IMGA--Service Animals (Adopted 8/25/11)
GBEC--Drug Free Workplace (Amended 9/8/11)
IHAM--Health Education and Exemption from Instruction (Amended 9/8/11)
IHCD--Advanced College Placement (Amended 9/8/11)
IJ--Instructional Materials (Amended 9/8/11)
KA--Parent and Community Involvement (Amended 9/8/11)
IJOC--Volunteers (Amended 9/8/11)
GBAA--Sexual and Other Harassment--Employees (Amended 10/13/11)
JBAA--Sexual and Other Harassment--Students (Amended 10/3/11)
EEAEA--Mandatory Drug and Alcohol Testing for Bus Drivers (New 1/16/12)
JCA--Assignment of Students To A School (Amended 2/8/12)
IJL--Library Materials Selection and Adoption (Adopted 2/20/12)
IKFA--Early Graduation (Amended 3/8/12)
IMC--Controversial Speakers and Programs (Amended 4/12/12)
JLCB--Immunization of Students (Amended 4/12/12)
JIE--Pregnant Students (Amended 4/12/12)
IHBEA--English As A Second Language (Amended 4/26/12)
BEA/BEB-- Regular Board Meetings (Amended 9/13/12)
JIHD--Student Interviews and Interrogations (Amended 9/13/12)
JJIC--Eligibility for High School Athletics/Extra Curricular Activities (Amended 9/13/12)
JJIF--Guidelines for Proper Sportsmanship (Amended 9/13/12)
Energy Audit Reports Available
The following are the energy audit reports prepared for each building:
McCormick also created a website of our process, the link is below.
School Closings and Delays
Radio notification will be listed as Shaker Regional School District.
Changing road conditions can affect the decision timeline, so stay tuned to these stations for updates throughout the morning.
58 School Street, Belmont NH 03220
Phone: (603) 267-9223 /Fax: (603) 267-9225
Maria Dreyer, Superintendent of Schools: