Welcome to the Chamberlain Family Connection site!  This site will be updated to keep our families informed about the wonderful things happening at our school as well as provide helpful information!  

The Parent Newsletters can be located in the column to your left.  Please click on that link and the newsletters can be found for the date you would like to view.

Updated 5-7-18

March Students of the Month: 

Kindergarten – Remi Silva, Jordan Rouge, Delilah Melanson, Tyler Turcotte ,  Adalynn Pethic, Jake Beaudoin

1st Grade – Charlie Moffett, Camron Bokesz , Izic Gallop, Jayden Daigle, Treye Burden, Ella Feeney, Brayden Eaton Bunch

2nd Grade – Bentley Hunt, Elyssa Oldaker,  Samuel Kagema, Kayleb Baker, Alexis Lewenkron, Gunner Farrington     

3rd Grade – Logan Stahl, Lexi Theriault, Shamus Couture, Brayden Matewski, Jacob Devine, Rylan Milbury, Kathryn Clarke

4th Grade – Collin McIntyre, Jacob Auger,  Maxx Pappalardo, Wyatt Jones, Abigail Junkins, Jacob Owens, Taitley Leslie    

5th Grade – Mary Scott, Brady Blauvelt, Lexie McRae, Jayden Peverada, Nick Wilcox,  Isabella Orrell, Madilynn Durgin, Samantha Skaggs, Mariah McCarthy

Updated 3-26-18

Here are some pictures of students in Mrs. Diamond’s class doing some activities related to Trout in the Classroom. About every week, they do trout observations which include recording the developmental percentage (which they calculate daily - it's directly related to the water temperature) and stage of development, drawing a diagram, estimating a measurement, and writing a few written observations and/or predictions. The students have also begun to check the ammonia levels and change the water every 3 days or so.  


Updated 3-14-18

Comic Book Contest:

I wanted to thank all the students who participated in our First Annual Comic Book Contest.  This contest was inspired by Riley Kondroski and Jacob Auger when they created their first comic book and gave it to me to read.  I gave it back with some suggestions and they went to work on making it better.  This gave me the idea about having this contest.  We ended up having 97 students participate and I’m extremely proud of all of them for doing their best and submitting a comic.

Here are winners:

K and 1st Grade – Vivanahna Boisvert                                   

2nd and 3rd Grade – Reilly West

4th and 5th Grade – Riley Kondroski and Jacob Auger      

Best Illustration – Pela Tomaszewski and Abby Junkins

Best Overall Comic – Zach Hall and Caleb Fitzpatrick  “Life of a Soda Can”   

I would like to Thank JET PACK COMICS for supporting this event.  Jon Waugh represented JET PACK and gave our comics to all the people who entered a comic in the contest.  He also generously gave gift certificates to the winners. 

February Students of the Month:

I wanted to congratulate all the students recognized for Student of the Month for February.

K – Amara Brown, Austin Ralbovsky, Dexter Nelson, Madison Jones, Bryan Nickerson, Lilyann LaBelle

1  – Carly Hildreth, Joey Richey, Keiana Dresser, Mason Tiede, Nyla St. Onge, Chelsea Casey, Brennan Moore      

2 – Adrian Meserve, Saywer Bennett, Aerianna Lavallee, Isabella Maltais, Eddie Lobato, Autumn Webb       

3 – Gracie Marak, Kyle Nickerson, Sophia Krauss, Ryleigh Robinson, Braeden Libby, Brooke Souza   

4 – Logan Pierce, Kyler Turcotte, Gage Gagnon, Collin Trefethen, Dillon Nelson, Gracie Schneider

5 – Riley O'Connor, Dylan Volkmann, Peyton O'Connor, Rishbha Regmi, Logan Barker, Emily Jones, Von Charles Carmack, Destiny Cryster     

Great to see the kids in Mrs. Sullivan's class doing a hands on activity dealing with geometric shapes.

Updated 2-19-18

 School House Rock Live! Jr is turning out to be a ton of fun!  Rehearsals are in full swing and we are now practicing on the stage.  If your son or daughter is in the show, we are asking that they know all of their lines and/or songs by the time we return from February vacation.  With performances on April 13th and 14th, this will allow us to make sure everyone is ready! 

We had a family prop build session this past Saturday and the 10 hard workers were able to get so much done!!  I would like to take a minute to thank Izzy Orrell, Bryan Johnson, Ronnie Boisvert,

Jacob Lane, Mrs. Boisvert, Mrs. Ansell, Mrs. Orrell, and Mr. Johnson  for taking the time to come and lend us your talents.   You were all incredibly hard workers and managed to exceed our expectations!                                                                                                                                                         We will be having another work session on Saturday, March 10th from 9-11.  All family members are welcome to attend! 

 We are looking to borrow the following items.  If you have any of these and are willing to let us use them, please let Mrs. Buinicky or Mrs. Jenkins know.  Thanks!


        -       3 Hobby Horses

        -       Conductor’s Hat

        -       Bear Head or puppet

        -       Empty Valentine’s chocolate box

        -       Plastic rat

        -       2 stools

        -       Stethoscope

        -       Football

        -       Briefcase

Updated 1-31-18

I wanted to give a big shout out to all the students who participated in the school wide Spelling Bee.  I want to congratulate them all for getting that far, and then special kudos to the three place winners.

Spelling Bee Winners 2018 

1st Place – Sydney Daly                 2nd Place – Pela Tomaszewski          3rd Place – Jacob Auger


Spelling Bee Participants for the School Wide Contest:

Samuel Kagema        Jameson Smith         Oakley Foster           Rowan Fredette

Abby Hodgson          Gunner Farrignon    Shamus Couture       Justin Sanchez Martinez               

Andrew Brooks        Warren Veno            Zacharie Jolin           Cole Green                                       

Jacob Auger               Gracie Schneider      Pela Tomaszewski   Sydney Daly                         

Hannah Cardin         Collin Trefethen       Bryce Bushway         Rhianne Lewis Fosty                      

Dariel Vazquez         Kiara Mullen             Isabelle Orrell          Brennan Nalen                                 

Natalie Russell      Brett Baillargeon 

Updated 1-30-18

Citizens of the Month for January 2018

K      Olivia Nadeau, Jackson Pawnell, Rory Moaratty, Audrey Albert, Mia Murphy, Kamdyn Stanley  

1       Torrin Connors, Wyatt Hall, Audrina French, Mason Joyce, Aiden Nadeau, Addison McIntyre  

2       Samuel Fraser, Rowan Fredette, Bailey Overman, Abby Ricker, Rose Pierce, Nicholas Buopane  

3       Joshua Larochelle, Zacharie Jolin, Taylor Howard, Noah O'Brien, Avery Grant, Gabriel Wanzer, Andrew Brooks  

4       Dalaney Trudeau, Logan Crosby, Evander Pepin, Espen Henderson, Zowie Gadbois, David Labadini, Autumn Ricker,

5       Zach Hall, Kaitlin Tallman, Brady Blauvelt, Avah Turmelle, Dylan Suydan, Joesephene Coffen, Nicholas Wilcox, Ben St. Hilaire     

Updated 1-09-18


A survey from the School Board’s Long Range Planning Committee has been created and we invite you to participate in a survey regarding Strategic Plan18. I would urge everyone to take the survey, since it will provide a guide to our long range planning. The survey is available for everyone with an Infinite Campus account. 

To access this survey parents should log onto your district's Infinite Campus Parent Portal at https://sis.rochesterschools.com/campus/portal/rochester.jsp and select the survey link in your inbox.  This survey will be accepting responses from 01/09/2018 until 01/31/2018.

Community members and parents without IC accounts can take the survey here:


Updated 1-09-18
I announced to the students about a Comic Book Contest at the School Wide Meeting.  Well, here's the information about the contest.
  •         Any Chamberlain Street School student can enter
  •         A student may create one him/herself, or with a partner
  •        Appropriate language
  •        No blood and gore
  •        No guns, knives, or machetes.  But a boulder falling on a bad          guy is OK.  J
  •        It must include illustrations
  •        They are due no later than Friday, Feb. 9th.
  •        The winner(s) will be announced at the School Wide Meeting           on Friday, Feb. 23.

We are very fortunate to partner with Jetpack Comics (37 N Main St, Rochester, NH 03867) who have graciously donated prizes for this contest, including five gift certificates to the winners of the various categories.  This is an awesome addition to this fun contest and I'm very appreciative of Jetpack Comics for their support of our students and this great activity.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the school or email me.  332-5258 or mcampbell@rochesterschools.com

Mark Campbell
Chamberlain St.

Updated 1-07-18
I would like to congratulate all the students who were recognized for being students of the month for December.  I wanted to say thank you to Gnarlz, the UNH mascot.  He came by to the school wide meeting to help promote further education and the positive things it leads to.  He also wanted to be a part of the Student of the Month recognition.  Thanks Gnarlz for your support!

The December Students of the Month are:
Kindergarten – Tyler Turcotte, Noah Pethic , Miley O’Brien, Coryl Wynn, Aaron Sath, Olivia Dubois
Grade 1 – Carly Hildreth, Logan LaCoss , Avah Hults , Kai Ness, Avery Barker, MacKenzie Wilson
Grade 2 – Kaleigh Sprague, Adien Dubois, Alexys Lewenkron, Toriana Shinn, Quinn Stevens, Michael                       Ballard
Grade 3 – Layla Kimber, Vivian Camuso, Justin Sanchez Martinez, Kaya Post
Grade 4 – Anthony Queene, Sara Robichaud , Tim Brown, Destiny Rouleau, Madi Larson, Sebastian                          Smith  
Grade 5 – Destiny Richey, Tianna Betrand, Bryan Johnson, Jalynn Gilliam, Ian Owens, Natalie                                   Russell, Jack Chobody, Kaylee Pellitier

Updated 12-21-17

  • EARLY RELEASE tomorrow at 12:15 for ALL grades due to the weather.
  • After school program STILL open until 6:00 pm.  If this changes, they will contact you.
  • School Wide Meeting to recognize the Students of the Month has been CANCELLED and rescheduled to Friday, January 5th at 1:15 pm.
  • First Grade "Pizza" Reward for lunch has been cancelled and will occur in January when we get back.  PLEASE send lunch in with your first grade student tomorrow.
Please have a Happy Holiday and a Healthy New Year!!!

Updated 12-18-17

Holiday Gift Giving:

 This is another reason why Chamberlain is such an incredible community.  This is a picture of all the gifts that were donated to help out those students less fortunate.  They have been wrapped and will be given to the students for the Holidays.  What an AWESOME sight!!!

Updated 12-05-17

November 2017 Good Citizens

Kindergarten –  Raeleigh Coon, Kael Trudeau, Zeke Smith,  Nevaeh Vallee,  Kyle Hall, Daylin Seymour

Grade 1 – Brady Jean,  Viviahna Boisvert, Addison Ralbovsky, Cora Viel, Braden Ramirez,  Kylie Landry

Grade 2 – Prakrity Poudel, Mia Belanger, Chaitri Patel, Jacob Lane, Serenity Judd, Kaleb Brown       

Grade 3 – Warren Veno, Marissa Payeur, Liam Geoffrion,  Jaida Wentworth, Sadie Codair, Aiden Soucie

Grade 4 – Olivia Ostness, Tyler Jean, Brandon Scamman, Cameron Gagne, Hannah Cardin, Lucy Gosselin,  Brayden Newell

Grade 5 – Hunter Peplinski, Liberty Collins, Genyva Perkins,  Rishbha Regmi, Sophia Leonard, Sophia Willis, Kiera Mullen, Syda Pabon

Updated 11-21-17
The Chamberlain community is awesome and I can't Thank you enough for all the food donations that we have received.  Mrs. Simpson and Mrs. Ferro have been working to put meals together to help out over 20 families for Thanksgiving.  This truly is a representation of what the Chamberlain community is all about.  Please have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and friends!!!

Updated 11-13-17
Our Veterans Day Breakfast and Celebration went very well.  We had 21 Veterans come join us and I want to thank each one of them for allowing us to celebrate this important day with them.  The Veterans that came were:
 I want to thank the following Veterans for attending our ceremony.  They are:

Norm Valley (Navy)            Mary Valley (Navy)             Patty Broderick (Air Force)          

Peter Deegan (Army)          Tim Barker (Marines)        Warren Carr (National Guard)

Tom Jones (Navy)               Jim Printy (Army)              Alexandra Hildreth (Army)

David Levesque (Army)     Al Benton (Air Force)         Dennis Sellers Navy/Coast Guard)

Leo Huppe (Army)              Pat Smith (Navy)                 Courtney Samaniego (Air Force)

Bob Constance (Navy)        Chris Turcotte (Army)       Eric Plant (Marines/Nat. Guard)

George Lloyd (Navy)           Normand Sanborn (Merchant Marine/Navy)

Bob Baker     (Army – Commander of American Veterans Post 1 in Rochester)

Updated 10-29-2017
The PTA put on a fabulous Spookacular event on Nov. 20.  A lot of people attended and it was a lot of fun.  Thanks PTA for putting this event on.

The PTA also used money they raised last year to purchase soccer goals for the playground.  The kids have been using them and they have been a great hit.  It's awesome to see the kids run and play during recess.  Thanks PTA for purchasing the goals.

Updated 10-20-17
The PTA Spookacular is tonight starting at 6:30.  We are collecting non-perishable food items for our food pantry if you would like to bring something tonight to donate.  

Next Week is the Chamberlain Spirit Week!  The days are:
Monday -- Chamberlain Pride Day
Tuesday -- Hat Day   
Wednesday -- Sports Day
Thursday -- Crazy Hair Day
Friday -- Orange and Black Day

***NOTE*** --  There will not be a Costume Parade this year.  We are doing the Spirit Week in lieu of the parade.

The district is focusing on attendance this year and we are promoting it with the Challenge 5 goal.  The idea is for students to not be out of school for more than 5 days this school year.  We are promoting this concept with the students and also having some incentives along the way to reinforce attendance and the importance of being in school.  Next week is our first school challenge.  We have a contest next week to see which grade can have the best attendance for the week.  The winning grade will receive a prize on Friday.

Updated 9-07-17
What a wonderful start to the school year.  It was awesome to see so many families come to the Open House last night.  It's just another example of the incredible families we have here at Chamberlain Street School.  Thank you all who were able to attend.

Just a reminder that the first PTA meeting will be next Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 6:00 pm in the library.

Updated 8-25-17
The Chamberlain Food Pantry is a big part of our school to community partnership and we are always looking for assistance.  If you have the ability to donate to the pantry, we would greatly appreciate it!  The following is from our wonderful Family Support Coordinator, Kelley Simpson.

Hello Everyone,

I hope you all had a wonderful summer break! I want to thank all of you for the amazing support you gave last year for our families in need. I am in awe of how generous people are at Chamberlain! Together, we helped families at Thanksgiving, Christmas and, February opened the Chamberlain Market, our food pantry that is open all during the school year. Just in the last four months of the school year last year we had roughly 20 visits to the pantry and helped 13 different families. I know this year will be even more.

So. with that said, my goal is to have the pantry open for business right at the start of the school year and to do that I NEED YOUR HELP. We will be having a staff back to school food drive Monday and Tuesday of next week. We will follow that with a drive for families the week of open house.

I am attaching the list of items we are hoping to stock, Pease remember, we are grateful for any donation. So if you have something not on the list, please feel free to send it in.

*** We have PLENTY of TUNA


Thanks so much,

Kelley Simpson

Family Support Coordinator

Updated 8-18-17
A press release from the superintendent about the opening of school has been placed in the Documents.

Updated 8-16-17

I want to Thank all of the Staff for all of their time, dedication, and hard work to help the students of Chamberlain learn and grow.  I greatly appreciate all you do.  Unfortunately, we are losing some staff members as they move on in their journey of life.  I want to thank each one of them and wish them the very best with their new endeavor.  I would also like to Welcome the new staff members to Chamberlain and look forward to a wonderful school year.

Teachers Who Left                              Teachers Who Arrived

Kindergarten – Ms. Hennessey                         Ms. Jorgens                                               

Kindergarten -- Mrs. Flesher                             Ms. Orrok (Long Term Sub)

1st Grade – Ms. Reilly                                           Mrs. Jean

1st Grade – Ms. Reeves                                          Mrs. Sullivan           

2nd Grade – Mrs. Desrochers                            Ms. Allen

2nd Grade – Mrs. Howerter                               Ms. Williams   

5th Grade -- Mrs. Cabral (Now Title I Math)   Mrs. Harriman  (Was Title I Math)                            

Special Educator – Ms. Spellman                      Ms. Baxter

Special Educator – Ms. Tilden                            Mrs. Clark

Music – Mrs. Pedrick                                          Ms. Palmer


Dear Parents and Guardians:

The 2017-2018 school year is about to begin and the teachers in Rochester have exciting plans and high expectations for your child’s learning.  I know that you also have many hopes and dreams for your child’s success in school and beyond.

To make sure those hopes and dreams are realized, I want to ask for your commitment to making sure your child attends school every day possible this year. The evidence is clear: children with good attendance are more likely to be successful in school and beyond.  High attendance rates are linked to high student achievement. This is true for every grade – elementary, middle, and high school students.  This year, the Rochester School District is implementing the Challenge 5 program.  We challenge all student to strive for five or fewer absences.  Throughout the year, we will have different incentives and prizes for those meeting or exceeding this goal.  

A recent review of student attendance data by the Department of Public Instruction shows that regular school attendance from Kindergarten on is essential to successful learning: every day counts!  Missing school even 10% of the time has a significant negative impact on reading and math achievement as children progress through school.

Students with good attendance performed better in math and reading. Children who had good attendance in Kindergarten through Grade 2 were more than twice as likely to score proficient on state math tests by the time they reached Grade 8 as their peers who missed more school. In reading, there were similar results.  

Good attendance starts early. Research has shown that the attendance habits established Kindergarten through Grade 2 have lasting effects on students throughout their education: children with high attendance in the early grades continue to have good attendance; and students with low attendance in the early grades are more likely to have low attendance—and lower academic performance—throughout their elementary and middle school years. 

As your child’s most influential teacher, I am asking for your support in helping your child get to school on time every day this year.  Your child needs to be in school and engaged in learning to reach his or her full potential. Yet, we realize that every family faces challenges. Please let me, your child’s teacher, or principal know if your family needs help dealing with a challenge to your child’s good school attendance. My contact information is above. We will do our best to help you and your family ensure that your child’s school attendance stays on track.  

Thank you for all you do to support your child’s school success and well-being, as well as our school.  I look forward to working with you this year and to having your child learn and grow in the Rochester School Department!

Best wishes for a safe, respectful, responsible, and successful school year.


Kyle Repucci 

Kyle Repucci

Assistant Superintendent of Schools