Tori Durrett attended the Senior Project Night at Londonderry High School with “Scout” and displayed the project she took on by creating a Lancer-themed costume for the horse. She and 30 other students gathered to present their projects See story on page 12 of the newspaper.
Archive for June, 2013
Wendy Hastings, Assistant Principal at Londonderry Middle School has been chosen as the new principal in a process that saw 18 candidates apply for the job of principal of Goffstown’s Mountain View Middle School. According to Brian Balke, Assistant Superintendent of Schools at SAU 19, Hastings has gone through every step in the hiring process […]
Superintendent of Schools Nathan Greenberg and Director of Pupil Services Kim Carpinone sent a letter home to parents on May, 30 informing them that a child who attends Londonderry Middle School had been diagnosed with pertussis, otherwise known as whooping cough. “It is possible that other cases of pertussis may occur over the next few […]
The group spearheading a rental workforce housing project planned for the subdivided Whittemore Estates met with the Conservation Commission at their May 28 meeting to outline the project. NeighborWorks, an nationwide non-profit organization that builds affordable housing units, is working on the Londonderry Town Homes project. “We’ve been meeting with folks in Londonderry since 2006 […]
The situation of sheltering pets during times of emergency is almost near resolution. After the town council meeting on Monday, June 3 Acting Fire Chief Darren O’Brien said that pets would be housed in the basement of the gymnasium during emergency situations and that they were waiting to hear from people with the knowledge of […]
Appearances count. Much as we’ve been trained to judge people by their words and what’s in their heart, we all pay attention to appearances every day. And it’s a good thing for people who serve on elected and appointed boards to take appearances seriously as well. Sadly, Derry doesn’t have an ethics policy. It should. […]
The Londonderry High School class of 2015 held a fund raiser on Friday, May 31 on the town common where area childred were invited out for food, fun and games. Around 30 class member were on hand running about 13 games. Pictured, Preston Carmody tries his luck corraling an evasive doughnut.
The Town Council meeting on Monday, June 3 was short compared to most meetings, coming in at twenty minutes and after the meeting, councilors went into non-public session, according to Chairman John Farrell, to discuss the process of interviewing the final four remaining town manager candidates. Prior to their non-public session, the councilors discussed several […]
School Business Administrator Peter Curro outlined the school district financial review with the Budget Committee at their Thursday May 30 meeting. “Let me give you some good news. As you can imagine when we do the budget every year there’s a whole bunch of internal processes that we go through. One of them is ‘have […]
Resident Jack Falvey, a longstanding opponent of the Woodmont Commons Planned Unit Development (PUD), has again made his feelings known, this time circulating a petition stating his ideas of what the property should contain. The petition is aimed at garnering support for his idea to require that the developers of the 603-acre site, which is […]