Principal's Note

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Dear Friends and Families,

I hope you have all enjoyed this little burst of summer weather.  Unfortunately, all good things will come to an end. I am predicting that we will all be reminded that winter is not that far off by the drop in the temperatures due to arrive at the end of the week. With that, we see an increase in articles of clothing left behind. All “found” articles of clothing and other personal items are placed in the red bin located in the entranceway of the school.  Please be sure to check that space frequently when your child is missing a piece of clothing. This bin is cleaned out on a monthly basis.

October brings us the Friends of Chesterfield School’s Trunk or Treat event. I encourage families to participate, as it is a safe, fun way to have children participate in trick or treating within the community. There will be a night of pumpkin carving thanks to SAU 29 and the rebirth of the Keene Pumpkin Festival. The Friends will host a night at school to come and carve a jack-o-lantern or two. Watch out for this date announcement.

I want to personally thank everyone for their patience during our water issue. We were very lucky to have two supportive businesses that worked 24/7 with us to resolve the issue in addition to our facilities and ground manager, Mr. Andy Ledwith. I would like to thank E.E. Houghton from Walpole and EAI Analytic Labs from Swanzey. They worked as a team both day and night over the weekend to help us resolve the issue. We will continue to monitor the water quality and report any issues to you immediately. In addition, the soccer field should be back in use within the next few weeks. Once the drainage and electrical work are complete we will be able to use it again. 

Enjoy the fall foliage and I look forward to seeing you about campus.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Sharyn D’Eon


 

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