Manchester students, teachers to be recognized at school board meeting
Tonight’s meeting is scheduled to get underway at 7 p.m. in City Hall.
“We are all extremely proud of our NHS officers who not only represented our school at the national conference but won the Academic Challenge,” said Memorial principal Arthur Adamakos.
Hillside Language Arts Teacher Sue Hannan will also be recognized tonight. She was chosen as the state winner for New Hampshire in the 2014 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. Her entry was chosen for its approach to advancing interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) work among her students, as well as making an impact in the Manchester community.
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