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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.
October 11, 2010

Pittsfield High School Receives Grant
Photo by Bryan Thomas / Monitor staff
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.

Pittsfield High School Receives Grant
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 Receives Grant

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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