Students, teachers and parents crowded into the Keene High School cafeteria Monday afternoon, listening intently to a student leader describe the school’s different organizations and activities.
This year, students at Franklin Elementary School in Keene have a new friend to get acquainted with. Her name is Chloe and she’s 4 years old — or about 33, if you count in dog years.
This year, Fall Mountain Regional High School is trying something new to encourage students to put their phones away during class — offering prizes for those who voluntarily give them up.
Visitors to Troy Elementary School and Mount Caesar Elementary School in Swanzey might notice more color — and movement — in the hallways this year.
Across the Monadnock Region, you’d be hard-pressed to find a school that doesn’t have a certain book — “Wonder” by R.J. Palacio — on its shelves.
After 36 years in the Monadnock Regional School District, Diane Hardy is retiring — and she plans to leave a parting gift.
At next month’s Destination Imagination Global Finals in Kansas City, Mo., the Monadnock Region will be well represented, with teams from four local schools heading to the international competition.
WINCHESTER — A years-long battle to build a Dunkin’ Donuts in town is headed back to court in a continued effort by a competitor to block the project.
While some local teachers and administrators may have spent their spring break grading papers, on vacation or catching up on sleep, Brett Blanchard took a different approach.
Students at The Putney School got a glimpse of life in show business last month with a visit from Nimbus, a professional dance company based in Jersey City, N.J.
When it comes to making things, and to starting a business, John “Chick” Colony 3rd emphasizes the “free” in free enterprise — stressing that in America, it’s easier to do than anywhere else.
A walk down the hallway at Conant High School in Jaffrey doesn’t feature your typical school-day scenery, marked by beige walls and humming fluorescent lights. It’s more like a walk through an impromptu gallery, colorful designs decorating every locker along the walls.
Last month, science and math students at Keene High School swapped protractors and beakers for a new set of classroom tools — swords and German wheels.
Long before Keene State College stood on Main Street, the land was home to the Sokoki — a Western Abenaki Native American tribe.
Last month, Keene High School hosted 20 students, three teachers and one group leader from the Nanya School in Changsha, a city in the Hunan province of China.
Next year, students of a local wilderness education group plan to hike, ski and paddle their way between northern Quebec and New York City.
L eading up the stairway of Doreen Michalak ‘s Peterborough home, there are 12 photos lining the wall, each showing a smiling face.
As the end of graduation season nears, many high school seniors are preparing for their next steps into the “real world.” Just a few years ago, so was Keene High School alumna Samantha Milano-Sumalinog . Throughout high school, the 2011 graduate had been interested in languages, teaching her…
Walking around Hinsdale High School earlier this month, you might have seen a few unusual sights — perhaps a dog in the hallway, a fire engine in the back field or a collection of plants near the entrance.
Read-aloud time is commonplace in most 2nd-grade classrooms, but this month, some local 2nd-graders will have special guests visiting to turn the pages.
All the world’s a stage — and at Conant High School , students and teachers are working to make that stage a more inclusive place.
The Walpole Middle School Science Olympiad team members are the state champions for the second year in a row, and now they’ve got their sights set on nationals.
With nor’easter after nor’easter hitting New England this month, winter has seemed to drag on. But at James Faulkner Elementary School in Stoddard, one teacher is using the late-season snow as a learning opportunity for her students.