Technology and sharper focus for Coe Brown students this year
Along with a batch of 174 freshmen and nine new upperclassmen, Coe-Brown welcomes several new staff members, including French teacher Elizabeth Evans, who previously taught in Strafford, English teacher Jessica Ryan and paraprofessionals Jennifer Morrissette and Jessica Wentworth.
To add to the confusion, Smith said the school started moving the math department from the main building into its new facilities across the road to Smith Hall. He added all of the math teachers and classes will be in-place by January.
Aseltine said senior English students will be able to focus on a particular genre — including heroes and villains, adventure in the great outdoors, dystopian future and New Hampshire authors.
Aseltine said students read from a variety of traditional books and e-books, which can be accessed on their Netbooks.
She said the change will allow teachers to focus on reality rather than theory, so students will be better prepared to go on to college or start a career after high school.
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