Upcoming Events and Activities

May 6 - 10 - 5th Grade State Reading, Writing, and Mathematics Testing

May 13-17 - 4th Grade State Reading, Writing, and Mathematics Testing

May 14 - PTO Meeting @ 6:30pm - Dr. Preble will be presenting school climate survey data to parents & families.

May 20 - 24 - 3rd Grade State Reading, Writing, and Mathematics Testing (Please note - it is likely testing will continue into the week of May 27th.)

May 20 - Memorial Day Presentation (Ms. Densmore) - apprx 1:30pm. P

May 24 - Sutton Central School Annual Talent & Art Show

May 29-31 - Annual Book Fair sponsored by Friends of Sutton

May 29 - 5th Grade Step-Up Day to KRMS. Title 1 will also be hosting a coffee for parents & families at 7:30am.

May 31 - Annual Grandparents Luncheon

June 4 - 5th Grade Field Trip to Seacoast & Other Locations

June 5 - CLiF reading Presentation to full school in MPR starting at 1pm

June 10 - Final Kearsarge Math League competition - New London

June 12 - Tentative All School Field Trip

June 14 - Tentative Sutton All School Fun Day

June 17 - Tentative Last Day of School for Students

Sutton 5th Graders are the 2019 Battle of the Books Champions - CONGRATULATIONS!

Thank you Mrs. Ciance for coaching our two teams!

Mrs. Ciance and members of the Championship Team!

Our second Battle of the Books Team from 5th Grade

Our 4th & 3rd Grade Battle of the Books Team Finished in 2nd Place! Well done!

Congratulations to our Spelling Bee Winner - 5th Grader Margaret Sprunger!

Students participated in 11 rounds!

From Left to Right: David Patten (5th-grade & runner-up), Margaret Sprunger (5th grade & winner), and Madison Bennett (5th grade & runner-up)

5th Grade Poetry - Blizzard Bag 1/9/19

Check out our poets at Sutton Central School! Members of the 5th Grade Class took pictures and created poetry during one of our Blizzard Bag Days. Students and adults participated. Thank you Mr. Smith for extending this challenge on a snowy day away from school!

Information about 2-Hour School Delay at Sutton Central School

The school day at SCS officially begins at 10:05am and concludes at 2:15pm.

Students may be dropped off at the school starting at 9:45am and may enter the building at 9:55am.

Here is a link to the special schedule for Sutton Central School when a 2-hour delay is announced.

Congratulations Sutton Central School for being recognized as a Blue Ribbon School at the 2018 NH Partners in Education celebration of volunteers. Our Friends of Sutton/PTO were instrumental in helping us to receive this award!

SCS Handbook 2018-19.pdf

General School Information for 2018-19

The school day officially begins at 8:05am and concludes at 2:15pm.

Students may be dropped off at the school starting at 7:45am and may enter the building at 7:55am.

Grades K-2 have lunch and recess at the same time.

Grades 3-5 have lunch and recess at the same time.

Grades K-3 have an additional morning recess.

Unified Arts Schedule for 2018-19

Mondays - All students will have Music

Tuesdays & Thursdays - All students will have Physical Education

Wednesdays (Alternating) - All students will have Library and Health

Fridays - All students will have Art

Information about District Food Service Program

Kearsarge 18-19 Opening Free/Reduced Letter.docx

Student Mission Statement

(Created by the students at the Sutton Central School in September 2002)

I am a Sutton Central School student. It is my job to learn, to be a respectful

member of the school community, and to prepare for my future. It is my

responsibility to take care of myself.


Sutton Central Elementary School

28 Newbury Road

Sutton Mills, NH

Phone: 603.927.4215

Fax: 603.927.4055

School Hours: 8:05 am - 2:15 pm

Accessibility Statement: Should an individual have any disability or handicap that causes them difficulty in accessing information provided through the webpage, please contact the school office for assistance. (603) 927-4215

Lead Testing Results for Sutton Central School

On February 8, 2018, Governor Sununu signed Senate Bill 247 Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning. This law requires, among other actions, that all schools and licensed child care facilities test for lead in drinking water at all locations where water is available for consumption by children. The first round of testing is required to be completed byJuly 1, 2019. To view the letter sent to all NH schools and licensed child care centers regarding the drinking water testing go to: https://www.des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/dwgb/documents/leadbill-ltr-schools-childcare.pdf. To review SB247 in its entirety, visit: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/bill_status/billText.aspx?sy=2017&id=978&txtFormat=html

Here are the results for Sutton Central School:

Sutton Central Lead Testing Results Jan 2019