Proudly serving the communities of Wilton and Lyndeborough.
Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District provides a safe and educational environment that promotes student exploration, critical thinking, and responsible citizenship.
Last day of school for WLC, FRES is June 20, LCS June 19.
Congratulations WLC Graduates!
School Year District Calendar 2018-2019 is now available. Click here to view.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars launched the Smart/Maher National Citizenship Education Teacher Award in 1999 to recognize classroom teachers for promoting citizenship education. This annual contest recognizes the nation’s top classroom teachers who teach citizen education topics regularly and promote America’s history and traditions effectively. Teachers who are prime candidates for this award promote civic responsibility, flag etiquette and patriotism.
Wilton/Lyndeborough Cooperative’s English and Language Arts Department Head and English teacher Marcia Contarino was the first place winner of the Merrimack VFW Post and was forwarded to the district competition where she placed first for High School teacher.
The competition included the towns of district six currently comprised of the Milford, Merrimack, Nashua, Bedford, Hollis, Manchester, Hudson and Pelham schools.
Marcia was honored as the first place district six high school teacher Sunday February 11th in an awards ceremony in Bedford; above is a photo of the award and Marcia pictured here with the District 6 Commander Russ Norris.
Wilton – Lyndeborough Kindergarten Registration
Registration for the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District full day program has begun. Registration will continue from 9AM to 2PM each day at theLyndeborough Central School. Students eligible for kindergarten this fall must be 5 years old by September 30, 2018. Please call Lyndeborough Central School at 603-654-9381 with any questions.
In addition to the completed registration forms the following required documents will be needed for registration.
Money for Scholarship being Raised in Memory of Beloved Teacher