Patricia C. Fry
Patricia C. Fry

490 Long Pond Road

Plymouth, MA  02360

508.224.7512
Ms. Kathleen McSweeney
Ms. Kathleen McSweeney

41 Obery Street

Plymouth, MA  02360

508.830.4400
508.830.4405
Keith Richard
Peggy Reynolds

36 Riverside Drive
Nashua, NH 03062

Andy Kepes
Catrina DiNapoli

220 Airport Dr. 

Bristol, VT 05443

802-453-2333
802-453-4359
Marianne Busteed
Margaret Reynolds

10 Chuck Druding Drive
Nashua, NH 03063

603-589-6400
603-589-6449
Sue Graham, Dean of Instruction
Sheila Ward

23 Oneida St.
Pittsfield, New Hampshire 03263

603-435-6701
603-435-7087
Aaron Bronson
Fern Downing

22 Elm Street
Milton, NH 03851

603-652-4591
603-652-9926
Jim McCollum
Steve Tucker

345 Union Ave
Laconia, NH 03246

603-524-3350
603-528-8683
Chistopher Motika
Linda Chick

9 Notre Dame Ave
Manchester, NH 03102

603-624-6384
603-628-6153
Manuel Lopes
Christina Burns

45 Harriman Hill Road
Raymond, NH 03077

603-895-6616
Michael O'Malley
Jim LeBaron

150 Newfound Road
Bristol, NH 03222

603-744-6006
603-744-2526
Joseph Findlay
Josh Gould

388 Somersworth Road
North Berwick, ME 03906

207-676-2843
James Daley
Christopher Geraghty

457 North Road
North Sutton, NH 03260

603-927-4261
603-927-4453

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The Manchester West High School PAR Board visit is scheduled for Wednesday, October 15th thru Thursday, October 16th... read more
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i3 Abstract

The New England Network for Personalization and Performance (NETWORK) represents a truly innovative approach to preparing and motivating students for postsecondary success. We envision a redesigned high school, a place where learning can happen anytime, anyplace; a place where students demonstrate learning through complex, rigorous performance assessments. Our redesigned high school is a place where teachers function more as facilitators and coaches of learning than as lecturers and dispensers of knowledge.

Our hypothesis is: A network of schools, working together to create authentic tasks and common rubrics to measure uncommon assessment tasks, will foster personalized learning resulting in higher student achievement, as demonstrated by lower dropout rates, higher graduation rates and demonstrable success after high school.

Our challenge (and the innovation) is to puzzle out how to transform existing, comprehensive high schools into schools where learning is personalized for all students in a replicable, cost-effective way.

Our project builds on the promising work and proven results of the New York Performance Standards Consortium (Consortium), applying that work to new settings and with new populations.

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