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Schools Concord NH

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Eastman School
(603) 225-0858
15 Shawmut St.
Concord, NH
Grade Range
PK-2
Total No. Students
160
School County
Merrimack

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Conant Elementary School
(603) 225-0827
152 South St.
Concord, NH
Grade Range
PK-5
Total No. Students
380
School County
Merrimack

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Broken Ground School
(603) 225-0855
123 Portsmouth St.
Concord, NH
Grade Range
3-5
Total No. Students
375
School County
Merrimack

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Boscawen Elementary School
(603) 753-6512
1 Best Ave.
Boscawen, NH
Grade Range
PK-5
Total No. Students
281
School County
Merrimack

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Csi Charter School
(603) 753-0199
26 Washington St.
Penacook, NH
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
20
School County
Merrimack

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Concord Senior High School
(603) 225-0800
170 Warren St.
Concord, NH
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
1863
School County
Merrimack

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Rundlett Middle School
(603) 225-0862
144 South St.
Concord, NH
Grade Range
6-8
Total No. Students
1136
School County
Merrimack

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Webster Elementary School
(603) 648-2467
936 Battle St.
Webster, NH
Grade Range
KG-5
Total No. Students
114
School County
Merrimack

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Loudon Elementary School
(603) 783-4400
7039 School St.
Loudon, NH
Grade Range
KG-5
Total No. Students
359
School County
Merrimack

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Penacook Elementary School
(603) 753-4891
60 Village St.
Penacook, NH
Grade Range
PK-5
Total No. Students
373
School County
Merrimack

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State regulations governing home schooling

Legal Option: Operate a home school

Attendance: None

Subjects: Science, mathematics, language, government, history, health, reading, writing, spelling, U.S. and New Hampshire constitutional history, and art and music appreciation

Qualifications: None

Notice: Within 30 days of withdrawing from public school or moving into the school district, file a notice of intent with a private school principal, the state commissioner of education or the local superintendent

Record-keeping: Maintain a portfolio of records and materials including a log of reading materials used, samples of writings, worksheets, workbooks or creative materials used or developed by the child

Testing: By July 1, file either: 1. Results from a standardized test, or 2. Results from a state student assessment test used by the local school district, or 3. A written evaluation by a certified teacher, or 4 results of another measure agreeable to the local sc

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