New year means new spaces, new faces
"We're ready to open and excited to have the kids back. Having the building full of kids learning is what we're here for and what we love to do," said Brian Balke, who was recently named interim superintendent of SAU 19, serving Goffstown, Dunbarton and New Boston.
"I am thrilled with our new administrators at Mountain View Middle School. They both bring strong communication and a student-centered approach to MVMS that is refreshing," said Balke.
He said the new year will bring "enthusiasm, optimism, hope and energy."
"I can't wait until the kids are back and the classrooms are once again full of learning," he said.
At New Boston Central School, 24 computers plus licenses for Microsoft Office were approved for purchase by the school board for $30,072. New locks were also installed at New Boston Central School.
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