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Student-led Conferences Starting Soon!

Students in grades 7-12 will be hosting student-led conferences between November 3 and 14. Within the next few weeks, students will be sending out invitations to parents/guardians. Other relatives, peers, and/or staff members may also be invited to attend.

The Pittsfield Parent Connection (PPC) will be hosting a student-led conference discussion on October 22, 2014 at 6:00 PM in the PMHS Media Center. A small group of students and staff will share a presentation that shows how students prepare for an SLC. The presentation will be followed by small group discussions and an opportunity to share feedback. We hope to see you there!

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Current Events

Parents Corner

Did You Know? Pittsfield Middle High School was one of forty schools recognized with the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association Award of Excellence for sportsmanship, ethics and integrity.


The Pittsfield Parent Connection is meeting on October 22 at 6:00 PM in the PMHS library to discuss student-led conferences. All are welcome to join!


PMHS: Student Support Mrs. Service is available Monday to Thursday from 3:00-4:00 PM in Room 112 to help students with math assignments in all math courses.

Community

School Lunch

We have recently fielded questions regarding free and reduced lunch. Most of the questions are concerning what the lunch consists of and what a student must have on their tray. The statement below from the Fresh Picks Corporate Resource Department may clarify some of those questions.

“USDA regulations require that students who qualify for school meal benefits take a full, nutritious meal at breakfast and at lunch. This meal consists of at least a fruit, a grain and a milk at breakfast; and a combination of at least three items – fruit, vegetable, protein, milk and grains – at lunch (one of the taken items must be a fruit or vegetable). If students take less than what the USDA considers a full meal the school district must charge the student full price rather than request Federal reimbursement – or face the possibility of suspended Federal funding and even fines by the USDA.”