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Colebrook School District

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Colebrook, NH 03576


Colebrook Elementary
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Colebrook Academy
27 Dumont Street
Colebrook NH 03576
Phone: (603) 237-4801
Fax: (603) 237-5246

Principal: Dan Gorham
Assistant Principal: Ryan Eames
13 Academy Street
Colebrook, NH 03576
Phone: (603) 237-8351
Fax: (603) 237-5717

Principal: Joanne Melanson
Assistant Principal: Richard Bond

School Administrative Unit #7 (SAU7)
21 Academy Street
Colebrook, NH 03576
phone: (603)237-5571          fax: (603) 237-5126
website: www.SAU7.org
 
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CES Off-Site Evacuation - by MrGorham 15/05/2014 @ 18:32

 CES will be holding it's annual off-site evacuation to the Trinity Church on Bridge Street on Tuesday, May 20th beginning at 2:10 pm.   Students will be dismissed from the church beginning at 2:45 pm. Bus students will be dismissed first, followed by walkers and finally parent pick-ups.  PLEASE NOTE:  If you are picking your child up at the church, they will not be dismissed until 2:50 pm.  Please also remember that we are treating this as a real life drill.

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GRANITE WALK OF AGES - by MrsTrask 14/05/2014 @ 17:03

 For the second consecutive year, Colebrook Academy will be participating in the Granite Walk of Ages as a satellite participant.

The Granit Walk of Ages is “ a statewide health initiative, centered on bringing together towns, cities, schools, organizations and businesses in New Hampshire, all of whom focuses on the same outcome: get the Granite State walking! All ages are welcome!”

Our satellite walk will be held on the afternoon of May 29th beginning at 1:20. This is the same day that we will be holding Spring Fling during the morning. All the students and staff will meet on the Academy lawn at 1:20. There will be a short ceremony which will begin with the pledge to the flag, followed by a performance of “America the Beautiful” by our Colebrook Academy chorus members. Dakota Fogg will sound the trumpet to announce Mr. Patterson’s reading of the Proclamation. This kicks off  a 90 Day Challenge to walk a mile every day throughout the summer.

We welcome anyone from the community who is free at this time to join us for our walk. Let’s focus on fitness in Colebrook. Hope to see you there. 

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Winner's Exhibit Opening Reception - by MrsJohnsen 12/05/2014 @ 14:46

You are cordially invited to attended the Opening Reception of the Regional High School Art Show Winner's reception on Friday, May 16th from 5 - 7 pm at Fiddleheads on Main St. in Colebrook. The exhibition runs until the end of this month. Please join us in celebrating the talents of our young artists. Light refreshments will be served.

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TEEN COOK-OFF - by MrsTrask 08/05/2014 @ 17:50

 Thank you to everyone who came to support our students at the awards ceremony for the cook-off. Congratulations to the team from Northland Restaurant/Stewartstown school for winning the chef jacketstongue. Colebrook Academy's team, Moose Muck, came in a close second, needing a tie breaker to decide the winner. A huge crowd was in attendance to honor not only the winning teams, but all who participated in this event. 

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9th Annual Regional High School Art Exhibition - by MrsJohnsen 02/05/2014 @ 14:24

You are cordially invited to the 9th Annual Regional High School Art Exhibition featuring work by high school students from Colebrook, Canaan and Pittsburg Schools. A reception will be held on Friday May 9th, 2014 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Pittsburg School Auditorium. Please join us and support the visual arts in our schools! Light refreshments will be served.

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Note #182 by Angie 14/02/2013 @ 00:53
I was a student in 1st grade at Colebrook Elementary in 1975-76. My teacher was Mrs. Owens (I think!) She was pregnant and our long term sub was Miss Blake. I can't believe I remember that! We only lived in Colebrook for a year or so, but I've been trying to find photos of the school on line, and can't find any. I used to walk to and from school from my house on 20 Colby Street with a little boy named Todd. I was wondering if anyone was there at that time. I also have a memory of Dick Hughes, who also lived on Colby Street, taking my father and I on snowmobiles way into the woods to the cabin of a very dirty, scary looking mountain man who lived alone up there. I also used to get sent home by the principal for wearing shorts (some older lady), even though the boys could wear them. My parents thought it was wrong and kept sending me to school in them as a protest, which mortified me! I think I was sent home many times. Does anyone have any information about these people or remember being there at the same time? Is the school still in that very old building? I live in NY now, but have been thinking about my time there lately. Please e-mail me if you remember anything: asmurphy1@gmail.com.

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