Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District

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School District Mission Statement

  • Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District provides a safe and educational environment that promotes student exploration, critical thinking, and responsible citizenship.

Upcoming Events

Welcome

  • Welcome to Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District-SAU #63

    2021-2022 School Board announces Peter Weaver as Superintendent of Schools and Sarah Edmunds as WLC Principal. Click here to view announcement

    2021-2022 School Board announces Kathleen Chenette as FRES Principal. Click here to view announcement.

    June 10 Announcement from Superintendent Lane
    A reminder that June 10 is a half day of school, please check dismissal time for each school. Masks will be required all day tomorrow and on the bus, the weather will be cooler. You may ask why after three days of no masks would the requirement be put back into place. There are a number of families that did not feel comfortable sending their children to school without everyone wearing a mask, I did not want those students to have to miss the last day. Beginning on June 11, masks will be optional for students and staff while in any WLC school district building. Thank you, Bryan K. Lane, Superintendent of Schools.

    Graduation cap and diploma

    Congratulations to all our Graduates!!




    WLC Computer Science Teacher, Andrew Tyler Nominated for NH Teacher of the Year

    Andrew Tyler, Computer Science Teacher It is our pleasure to announce that our very own Mr. Andrew Tyler has been nominated for the NH Teacher of the Year Award.  Andrew has been a member of the WLC faculty for the past two years and in this time he has made a huge positive impact on our students, our curriculum, and our culture.  During his time with us, Andrew became a NH Certified Educator for Computer Science in just one year, being only the 31st educator in NH to earn that distinction at the time.  He has implemented a brand new curriculum for the middle school students while also working to bring in a new computer science curriculum for the high school.  He is currently expanding and improving that curriculum.  He has taken the time to find the grant money for and attend professional development to obtain certification to teach AP computer science classes such as Mobile CSP (computer science principles) and AP CSA (AP Java).  Andrew has also brought in funding through grants to expand upon not only his classroom curriculum, but also create afterschool activities. He coaches two robotics teams. One for the high school and one for the middle school as well as an afterschool Dungeons and Dragons Club.

    During our switch to remote learning in March 2020, Andrew was part of a team that led the school through workshops on remote learning and has maintained his role as a resource for staff and students for any technological inquiries. He has also worked to build our school community by creating helpful video tutorials for students and staff on school systems and programs while also creating, filming, and producing a WLC News Show broadcast in the midst of remote learning during the Spring of 2020.  The news show, “What’s Good, WLC?” was a spark of light during a dark time for many of us.       Andrew also stepped up as the interim department leader for the Unified Arts team.  His professionalism and collaborative nature has made him an excellent addition to the leadership team. 

    Last, but certainly not least, Andrew builds strong relationships with his students and makes sure that they know that he is their advocate. We hope you will all join us in congratulating Andrew on this well-deserved nomination!
     
     School Board Meeting
    School Board Meeting
    Tuesday June 22, 6:30pm at WLC.
    Videoconferencing: posted prior to meeting.
    Audio:  posted prior to meeting

    Committee Meetings
    Short-term Strategic Planning Committee Meeting
    Monday, June 14 @ 6:30pm. Remote only. Click here to view agenda.
    Video Conferencing:
    meet.google.com/jwb-gqeb-oss
                               Audio:
    +1 304-810-2331 (PIN: 174517952)

    Budget Committee Meeting Tuesday June 15, 6:30pm at WLC.
     Videoconferencing: meet.google.com/frh-ucub-kho
     Audio: +1 507-403-8798 (PIN: 718586221)

    Finance Committee Meeting, Wednesday June 16, 6:30pm at WLC.
    Videoconferencing: TBD
    Audio: TBD        

    Free Meals for all Students!
      Food Services The USDA and the State of New Hampshire are graciously providing breakfast and lunch meals at no cost to families for all children in our community aged 0-18. Note that this offer is for complete meals only, and not individual food items. Free Meals are available to in-school Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District students as part of our normal School Breakfast and National School Lunch programs. Remote free meals are available to remote and hybrid WLC District students and other community children with a curbside pickup offered daily at the WLC Middle/High School. For pickup details and to order remote meals, please fill out a meal request form, located on the WLC School District website
    at "food services" and click on forms.

    If you have questions about this program or any of our Food Services, please contact: Deb Roske, Food Service Director 732-9344  d.roske@sau63.org.

Kindergarten Registration

  • Lyndeborough Central School

      Wilton – Lyndeborough Kindergarten Registration

    Registration for 2021-2022 School Year

    Kindergarten parent orientation was held virtually on March 3.  Click here to view

    Kindergarten registration continues through May 7, 2021 9am-2pm M-F. See Sherry LeBlanc.

    Students eligible for kindergarten this fall must be 5 years old by September 30, 2021.

    Please call Lyndeborough Central School at 603-732-9228 with any questions.

     Click here to obtain registration forms

    In addition to the completed registration forms the following required documents will be needed for registration.

    • Original Birth Certificate (a copy of the original will be made for school records)

    • Two Proofs of Residency (Utility bill, Lease, Property tax Bill etc.)

    • Updated Physical Exam and Immunization Records

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