District Profile


CENTRAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

 Superintendent of Schools  Russell Holden
rholden@sunapeeschools.org
 603-763-4627
 Business Administrator  Kelly Wessells
kwessells@sunapeeschools.org
603-763-4627 
 Director of Special Education  Terra Geer
tgeer@sunapeeschools.org
 603-763-4627
 Facilities Director  Matt Bouranis
mbouranis@sunapeeschools.org
603-763-5615 
 Technology Director Mike Montore
mmontore@sunapeeschools.org 
603-763-5615 
 Food Services Director Bob Lantz
rlantz@sunapeeschools.org 
603-763-5615 
 Transportation Director Brenda Thomas
bthomas@sunapeeschools.org 
603-763-5615 

School Office Administration
 Sunapee Central Elementary School  Jodi Bergen, Principal
jbergen@sunapeeschools.org
603-763-5675 
 
Sunapee Middle High School
 Sean Moynihan, Principal
smoynihan@sunapeeschools.org

Meagan Reed, Assistant Principal
mreed@sunapeeschools.org
 603-763-5615

603-763-5615


Additional Information can be found at 
www.education.nh.gov Select P in Subject Index at top of page then select Profile. At the top right-hand corner select district profile and navigate to Sunapee School District. 
For Financial information select F in Subject Index at top of page then select Financial Reports


SAT SCORES
 2017 SAT TEST SCORES SMHS   STATE  NATIONAL
 Critical Reading  571 514 492
 Math 569 522 500




AVG 1140 1036 952

AP TEST SCORES
 AP TEST SCORES 2015  2016  2017
# AP Students Sunapee 18 29 29
 AP Score 3+ Sunapee  16 16 24
 % of students 3+ NA NA 92.3
 % Score 3+ NH NA NA 70.1
 % Score 3+ Global NA NA 60.3


DROPOUT AND GRADUATION RATES
 2014-2015 DISTRICT    STATE   
  COUNT  PERCENT  COUNT  PERCENT 
 DROPOUTS  0 0  605 1.4
 Graduation Rates   96.88   88.1

COMMUNICATIONS CONNECTION

The School Board, administration, and teaching staff recognize that parents and community are important partners in educating children. Building a strong relationship between home, school, and community is critical to a quality education. As such, it is an ongoing School Board goal to build understanding through effective internal and external communications systems.
As a parent or resident, when you need specific information, it is important to begin at the appropriate level. As a parent, for instance, when questions arise about classroom activities, the first place to start is with the teacher. The following chain outlines the protocol for school information:
  • Teacher or counselor
  • Principal
  • Director of Special Education (When appropriate)
  • Superintendent of Schools
  • School Board
The School Board and administration make efforts to inform parents and citizens about school events. Generally, the School Board meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month in the Music Room at Sunapee Middle High School. There is “Public Forum” on each agenda which gives the opportunity for the public to address the School Board at these meetings. Please check the District’s website or contact the Superintendent’s Office for a detailed schedule of meetings. Information about the Sunapee School District can be found at www.sunapeeschools.org


SUNAPEE PARENT-TEACHER GROUPS
 School President/Representative 
 Sunapee Parent Teacher Organization Charlene Osborne - Co-President
Carrie Gross - Co-President
 Sunapee Booster Club  Sharon Parsons - President


AYP STATUS PROFILE 2016-2017
 Status for 2016-2017 School Year  Content Areas Met AYP Requirements   Status for the 2016-2017 School Year
 Acceptable  Reading  Yes Acceptable 
 Acceptable  Math  Yes Acceptable 
 Acceptable  Other  Yes Acceptable 


STUDENT POST HIGH SCHOOL PLANS

Sunapee Seniors Two and Four-Year College Plans for 
2016-2017
  • 4-year schools - 64%
  • 2-year schools - 22%
  • Military - 2%
  • Workforce - 12%
  • Exchange Student - 0%

STUDENT EXTRACURRICULAR PARTICIPATION

Over 75% of our middle and high school students participate in at least one extracurricular activity.
  
    SMHS Offerings—Athletics, Art Show, Close Up Trip, Foreign Exchange Programs, Harvard Model Congress, MS Geography Bee, MS Robotics Club, MS Spelling Bee, Mock Trial, National Honor Society, Outing Club, Prize Speaking, Student Council, Drama Productions, Athletic Leadership Council, and many more

   SCES Offerings—Chess Club, FIRST Place Robotics Experience, Spelling Bee, Destination Imagination, after-school clubs including, knitting, Legos, game playing, Invention Convention, and cooking, Winter Activities Program, and several others


STUDENT ENROLLMENTS

 Enrollments October 2015 October 2016 September 2017
 Pre-K 12  13 11
 Kindergarten 24 22 28
 Grade 1 28 24 20
 Grade 2 25 26 24
 Grade 3 29 23 28
 Grade 4 32 33 23
 Grade 5 38 28 33
 SCES Total 178 169 166
       
 Grade 6 35 41 29
 Grade 7 34 37 41
 Grade 8 40 37 37
 Grade 9 35 44 42
 Grade 10 29 29 42
 Grade 11 43 29 28
 Grade 12 31 44 29
 SMHS Total 247 261 248
       
 SSD Total 423 430 414


SUNAPEE SCHOOL DISTRICT  
PROFILE OF THE SCHOOLS

Sunapee School Board

 Paul Skarin Chair  2018 
 April Royce  Vice Chair 2018
 Brian Garland   2019 
 Jesse Tyler   2020
 Ed Andersen   2020

The Sunapee School Board meetings are generally held the 1st Wednesday of the month in the Music Room at Sunapee Middle High School or Sunapee Central Elementary School library.

Sunapee School District
70 Lower Main Street
Sunapee, NH 03782
2017-2018

NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
It is the policy of the Sunapee School District that there will be no discrimination in its educational programs, activities, or employment practices on the basis of religion, race, color, national origin, age, sex, or handicap. The Sunapee School District complies with the provisions of Title VI & Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination act of 1967, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the American with Disabilities Act of 1975.

PROFICIENCY 2015-2017

 
Grade

Content Area 
2014-2015  2014-20152015-2016  2015-20162016-2017  2016-2017
   N % N
 Reading 21 48 2781 23 74 
  Mathematics215227702374
4 Reading 35 71 22 73 3272 
  Mathematics 35 63 22 59 32 72
 5 Reading 35 74 3591  28 86
  Mathematics 3580  3697  28 96
 6 Reading 35 6634 79  40 75
  Mathematics 35 74 3476 40  72
 7 Reading 36 86 33 7936 75 
  Mathematics 36 78 33 7936  78
 8 Reading 33 66 38 79 35 69
  Mathematics 33 58 3884 35  69
 11 Reading 28 89 4279 27  85
  Mathematics 28 57 42 6927  78




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