JENNIE D. BLAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
32 Crescent Street
HILL, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03243
Phone: 603-934-2245 FAX: 603-934-3079
"RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY AND SAFETY"
JDBS OFFICE HOURS: 7:15 AM-3:15 PM
Read Across America Guest Speakers All Month
2/21- 6th Grade Meet & Greet 7th Grade Teachers @ NRMS
2/24- Jump rope for Life Donations Due
2/27-3/3 Winter Recess
3/14- Jump rope for Heart Celebration
JDBS Newsletter 2016-17
2016-17 Student & Parent Handbook
Teaching Assignments for 2016-2017
Grade K - Mrs. Edwardson
Grades 1 & 2 - Mrs. Dickison
Grade 3 - Mr. Kerouac
Grades 4 & 5 - Ms. Moriarty
Grade 6 - Mr. Frekot
Bus Route Information
CLICK HERE FOR BUS 2016-17 ROUTE
Two Hour Delay Schedule
9:00am - School Bus Arrives
9:30am - Classes Start
2:30 - Dismissal
Hill Historical Society and JDBS Work on "OUR"Story
"OUR"Story is the opportunity for JDBS students to learn about the history of Hill. More importantly, since it is "OUR"Story it is an opportunity for JDBS students to add their story to the history of Hill. The Hill Historical Society hosted a walking tour through the Old Hill Village on Friday, October 7th. Students from the 3-6 and an opportunity to read about and see pictures of the buidlings that once stood down by the river. Students are invited and encuaged to borrow a book and wlak with their families through the Old Village. assembly on October 8 where they presented the students with their own "OUR"Story history books. Please take a moment to look at the book with your student(s). Lastly, a sincere thank you to the Hill Historical Society for all of their hard work on this project. The volunteers of the Hill Historical Society have spent many hours working to create a book for each student and a teacher's edition for each teacher here at JDBS. Their efforts are very much appreciated! We are looking forward to continuing our partnership this year!
ANNUAL NOTIFICATION TO RESIDENTS
OF FRANKLIN & HILL
August 25, 2016
All Franklin and Hill School District buildings have been inspected for the
presence of asbestos-containing materials. The condition of these materials
will be reviewed every six months until they have been removed from the building.
A written plan has been developed for managing these materials
while they remain in place.
This plan is on file in the Superintendents Office, 115 Central Street and in
each school building office.
Copies may be made on request at a cost of 10 cents per page.