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S.A.F.E. Alert System Is Free For NH Parents And Educators

NH Dept of Education Commissioner of Education encourages every school district to implement alert system called for in 2018 school safety preparedness report CONCORD, NH – Schools and parents around New Hampshire now have a free app they can download to improve communication between educators and families in case of emergencies. Ping4, a New Hampshire-based …

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Sen. Morse, French Oppose Anti-Worker Legislation Passed in Senate

The New Hampshire Senate REPUBLICAN OFFICE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 14, 2019 Morse, French oppose anti-worker legislation passed in Senate Concord, NH – Today, the New Hampshire Senate voted ought to pass on SB 19 and SB 249. These two pieces of legislation violate the privacy of public employees across the state and unionize legislative …

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New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu’s Budget Address

Thank you — Good morning. Happy Valentines day. Mr. Speaker, Madame President, honorable members of the house, senate, and Executive Council and commissioners and department heads who have joined us today. My fellow citizens — Welcome. I would like to start by thanking the many Commissioners and state agencies we worked with throughout the past …

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Kids Already Learn Everywhere, So Let’s Give Them Credit

By Colleen Hroncich, As any parent will tell you, learning doesn’t end when the school day ends. Not all kids thrive in a conventional classroom—some earn their marks after the dismissal bell through service, sports, nature, or the arts. Why shouldn’t their learning count for graduation credits? That’s the game-changing proposal that New Hampshire Governor …

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Achieving Transparency: How the Best Districts Do It

A panel of current and former school board and budget committee members will talk about their transparency successes. There will be plenty of time to take questions from the audience. This event is designed to benefit elected school district officials, but the public is also welcome, subject to space availability. Register here via email. Achieving Transparency: …

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Extremism and the culture of death

By Ovide Lamontagne ALTHOUGH IT HORRIFIES most people, can anyone really be surprised to learn that the abortion agenda of the Left includes unregulated late-term abortions through the ninth month of pregnancy (yes, think late-term abortionist and convicted murderer, Dr. Kermit Gosnell). Using your tax dollars to pay for abortion on demand throughout those nine …

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NHDOE: Online Sci-Fi, Fantasy Literature University Sets Up Shop In NH

New Hampshire Department of Education: Signum University is the first university to receive approval to do business in the state during the last six years. CONCORD, NH – Signum University, an online-only, nonprofit university focused on fantasy and sci-fi literature, has received approval from the Higher Education Commission to offer classes in the state of …

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Is N.H. the Most Abortion-Friendly State?

by Cornerstone New York’s governor ordered buildings to be illuminated in pink lights on January 22, in celebration of state law he had just signed eliminating most limitations on abortion. Legislators in Virginia and Vermont are ready to follow suit. Think it couldn’t happen in New Hampshire? The grim fact is that is already has.