Concord Monitor Article
With $2 million, school makes drastic changes for future
With the help of more than $2 million of stimulus money, Pittsfield Middle High School is hoping to change its status as one of the lowest-performing schools in New Hampshire.
To the dismay of his students, Silas St. Johns, an English teacher at Pittsfield High School, disallows a word in a heated game of Scattegories. St. Johns, who one administrator described as being particularly effective at engaging his students, will be one of many teachers at Pittsfield who will benefit from a six million dollar grant given to Pittsfield to help teachers and coaches there.
Travis Guest and Hank Pinault study a math problem during Paul Strickhart’s math class at Pittsfield High School. Pittsfield High School recently received a six million dollar grant that will be used to help train teachers the most recent and effective teaching techniques.
Pittsfield High School physics teacher, Kiza Armour, helps Katelynn McLennan with a physics problem. Recently, Pittsfield High School received a six million dollar grant to help augment teachers skills with the latest, and most effective, teaching techniques.
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