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Out There Starts Here! It’s the way we think about learning at Grantham School District. Starting here, surrounded by a strong community, our students get a solid foundation for whatever direction they choose to go.  Our students start here with discovery and learning, great friendships, good citizenship, physical wellness, social emotional learning, and a sense of responsibility for the world around us.  From our town to the world, we do everything in our power to make sure that every child gets an extraordinary beginning for a long healthy life of adventure, play, and success in the world out there.
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Recent News

Book Fair

The Book Fair is Here1

The Scholastic Book Fair is set up and ready to go for Monday. Please be sure to visit the links below to create an eWallet for easy shopping or add to our book fairy eWallet to help those student who may not be able to purchase a book.

Fifth Grade Parents

There was a mixup with the bus company and the departure time from Boston. Due to this mixup, the students will not be returning to GVS at 4:30. They may be leaving Boston around that time.

The children are safe and well entertained. We hear that there is free mini-golf and the USS Constitution has free admission beginning at 3:00. There plans in process to make sure everyone has food and water.

As we learn more about timing on their return at GVS, we will send out additional notices.
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2024 SAS Testing Dates coming soon!

Each year, New Hampshire public and chartered public schools are required by state law (RSA 193-C) and federal accountability laws (Every Student Succeeds Act) to assess students using a standardized assessment. At Grantham Village School students in grades 3 through 6 will participate in the English Language Arts (Reading and Writing) and Mathematics assessments. Our 5th grade students will also be assessed in Science. Grantham Village School will administer these assessments at the end of May - the writing portion was administered in March. It is beneficial if you try to avoid scheduling appointments or vacations during the testing dates. Please make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep and good breakfast, prior to testing. Let us know if your child will not be here on the scheduled testing date as we need to arrange for a make up time.
For more details, see the following letter to GVS parents.