Congratulations to the Moore School Students who earned their place on the Principal’s List, Honor Roll, and Honorable Mention for the third academic quarter of the 2015-2016 school year. View the list of students.
Archive | April, 2016
The 8th Grade Raffle was a great success, raising a total of $564. A special thanks to our sponsors: the Demanche family of In-Laws Construction, Cheryl Alden of Symmetry Pilates Center, Candia Education Association, Girl Scout Troop #20928, the Jawidzik family of Trevcom Asset Management, and the Jones family. Here is a link to our […]
Welcome to an adventurous and exciting spring at Smyth Library! See the upcoming events for the month of April by viewing the April newsletter. Smyth Library April Newsletter Smyth Library April Childrens’ Activities
On Tuesday, April 19th, the 8th Grade DC Fundraisers will sponsor a raffle at the school! Families and community businesses have donated some exciting raffle items: tickets to a Revolution Soccer game, gift certificate to In-Laws Construction, Pilates mat sessions, book baskets, movie baskets, auto detailing, Thirty-one items, gift certificates to local restaurants, and much […]
The Moore School 8th grade class would like to thank everyone who came out and supported the 8th Grade 5K Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, April 2. We had over 75 runners and walkers and were able to raise over $1800 for our trip to Washington DC. Race results are posted at http://www.webscorer.com/8thgrade5k. A special thanks […]
The Candia School District will conduct a Child Find Clinic on Thursday, April 21st from 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM. The Clinic involves screening your child in speech, motor and learning skills. The professional staff of the Candia School District will administer the screening. To be eligible, your child must live in Candia, be under […]
Candia Annual Spring-Earth Day Roadside Clean-Up Beautify your neighborhood this month! Blue trash bags at Smyth Public Library and Candia Town Offices Waste Management dumpster at Moore Park accessible 24/7 Trash collected in blue bags does not have to be sorted before being brought to the town’s recycling center.