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AUTO/MOTORCYCLE WE buy junk cars and trucks. Call Pat at Jean-Guy’s in Pelham, a N.H. Certified Green Yard, at 603-635-7171. 9/23-10/14/11 AR
CHILD CARE SALEM, LICENCED Family Daycare has openings for age 3 months and up. For more information call Melissa, 603-893-6685. 9/16-10/7/11
ANDREA’S Quality Home Cleaning Service: Personalized Home Cleaning, Professional Office Cleaning, Free Estimates & Excellent References, Reliable & Affordable Prices. Don’t wait, make your appointment today. Call Andrea at 603- 461-1137, 603-438-9533.
HOUSE CLEANING and Small Office Cleaning: Experience, references, and fully insured. Call Elias & Elizabeth, 603-247-0152.
9/9-9/30/11 CRAFT FAIRS
CRAFT FAIR & Bake Sale: Sat, Oct. 1, 9am-3pm, Millville Arms, 44 Millville Street. 9/23/11
KITCHEN CABINETS: Maple glaze, solid wood. Never installed, high quality. Cost: $6500, Sell: $1650. 603-235-1695 9/16-9/23/11 AR
HELP WANTED RN and LNA needed for home care positions. Call today for more info, J&K Home Care, www.jkhomecare.com
, 603-893-9214. 9/16-10/7/11
William M. ‘Scott’ Blaine, Jr.
William M. “Scott” Blaine, 69, of Salem, died September 19, 2011, at the Merrimack Valley Hospice House, Haverhill, MA. He was born in Methuen, MA, grew up
and was a life-long resident of Salem Scott worked as an Asphalt Plant Manager
for Trimount-Merrimac Paving in Groveland, MA. He was a 41-year member of the Haverhill Elks Lodge in Haverhill. He was
also a former Teamster Representative. Scott was a hard worker and enjoyed Cape Cod, MA, and North Conway. He was the son of the late William M. Sr. and Dorothea
(Birchall) Blaine. He was also predeceased by his brother, Dennis Blaine. He is survived by his fiancé, Barbara Stackpole of Salem; four sons, William “Scott” and his wife Doreen Blaine of Fremont, Eric and his wife Jacqueline Blaine of Salem, Daniel Blaine of Shirley, MA, and Scott and his wife Becky Blaine of Plaistow; brother, Daniel and his wife Mary Blaine of Salem; and sister, Bernadine Blaine and Gerard McGraw of Derry; eight grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. A Funeral Service was held at Douglas & Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main St., Salem, followed by cremation. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Merrimack Valley Hospice House, 360 North Avenue, Haverhill, MA 01830. To send a message of condolence to the family, please view the obituary at www.douglasandjohnson.com
Carol M. (Roy) Flessas
Carol M. (Roy) Flessas, 74, of Salem, died September 18, 2011, at her daughter’s home in Chester.
Born and educated in Lawrence, MA,
she graduated from Lawrence High School. Carol was co-owner with her husband of Salem and Central Taxi. She had worked at Joe’s Restaurant of Salem for many years. She was a member of the VFW Ladies
Auxiliary in Salem. She enjoyed crocheting, bowling, and loved spending time with her children and grandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents, Edward Roy and Rita (Langlois) Guilmette; and by her brother, James Thompson. She is survived by her beloved husband of 47 years, James Flessas of Salem; sons, James “Chris” Flessas and his wife Lindalee of Northwood, and David Rice of Salem; daughters, Nancy and her husband Frank Peel of Florida, Brenda and her husband Wayne Murray of Lawrence, Marcia and her husband Robert Grieco of Chester, and Tammy and her husband David Westerlund of Florida; sisters, Linda and her husband Don Tishler of Londonderry, Sharon and her husband Russell DeSantis of Manchester; sister-in-law, Joyce Thompson of Salem; 14 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. A Funeral Service was held on September 22. Burial
followed in the Pine Grove Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to: Amedisys Hospice, 1E Commons Drive, Londonderry, NH, 03053. To send a message of condolence to the family, please view the obituary at www.douglasandjohnson.com
8 YEAR OLD Harman Advance Pellet Stove, 48,000 BTU’s, lightly used, perfectly maintained, original price $2200. Best offer. Rick, 603-893-1436. 9/23-9/30/11
BED: Orthopedic 11” thick pillowtop mattress & box. Medium firm. New in plastic. Cost: $1100, Sell: Queen- $299, King- $450, Full- $280. Can deliver. 603-235-1773.
BEDROOM SET - Solid Cherrywood Sleigh, 7 pieces. New in boxes! Sacrifice $895. 603-235-1773 9/16-9/23/11 AR
HOT TUB: 5-6 person, Never hooked up, 2011 model, 35 jets! Original: $6900, sell: $3800. 603-235-5218. 9/16-9/23/11 AR
A BETTER WAY OF LIVING: Home repairs, junk removal, cellars, attics and more. Pressure washing, painting, cement work, carpentry. You name it we do it! Call Dick, 1-978-973-8288 9/16-10/7/11
A to Z Daniel’s Hand-d-Man: Specializing in jobs to small for remodeler’s or contractors and husband-to-do-list. Big and small inside and outside, yardwork, replacement windows & doors, painting, in and out. Fully insured. Dan, 603-365-6470. 9/16-10/7/11
AFFORDABLE BRICK- STONEWORK, Steps, walls, walkways, patios, barbeque/ fire-pits, Culture-stone, etc. 31 years experience. Brian Spiker Masonry, cell: 603-203-0130. 9/16-10/7/11
ALL IN ONE PAINTING, Hudson, NH: 25+ years experience, interior/exterior painting, power washing, all work guaranteed, free estimates. www.allinonepainting.net
, 603-305-4974. 9/9-9/30/11
IMPROVEMENT D&S REMODELING, Home Repair, Painting, Pressure Washing, Decks Built or Refinished, Licensed. We do it all! 603-560-0933 or 978-771-0628 9/9-10/7/11
Ed’s 889-0653 COATING SEAL
$350/ Up to 2,000 Sq. Ft. Includes 50 ft. of Crack Sealer
$175/ Up to 1,000 Sq. Ft. Includes 25 ft. of Crack Sealer 100% Guarantee on workmanship & materials!
ELECTRICAL WIRING, Master Electrician, licensed and insured. Complete wiring services. All jobs considered. Fast response. Call Dana 603-880-3768/ mobile 603-759-9876. 9/9-9/30/11 AR
*JACOBS CONSTRUCTION* Additions, decks, screened porches, basements, interior trim work, etc. Licensed and insured. Over 25 years experience. We accept MC, Visa, Discover. Call Joe, 603-635-9953.
HOME IMPROVEMENT PLASTERING/Drywall: Specializing in old or water damaged walls and ceilings. Basements, baths, kitchens and additions. Over 25 yrs experience. Insured, free estimates. Call Scott, 603-880-3520. 9/23-10/14/11
20% off End-of-Summer Special. RESIDENTIAL TRASH DEBRIS & JUNK hauling and removal: Foreclosure & eviction clean- outs. Best price guaranteed. Call: Trash Can Willy’s, 603-389-9246. www.trash-can-willys.com
JUNK REMOVAL. Call us for all your junk removal needs. Small or big, we take it all. Call John, 603-889-7173, 978-758-8371. www.junkoutnh.com
Irrigation Installation starting at $70/head
Receive a FREE Rain Sensor with any new intallation!
JOE’S LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE: Mowings starting at $35.00, Trees/ bushes/shrubs– trimming, pruning, removal. Spring/ fall clean-ups. Call for free estimate. 603-401-3255, www.joetslandscaping.com
LAWN SPRINKLER WINTERIZING, $50.00 with this ad. Free estimates. Senior & Military Discounts. Call the experts at Gagnon’s. www.gagnonsirrigation.com
. 603-635-8030. 9/16-10/7/11
PETS AKC GOLDEN
RETREIVER FEMALE, Excellent health and
temperament, for adoption to the right family. Call 603-883-1028 9/23/11
REFLECTIONS HAIR CARE: Complete perm- $45.00; colors- $40.00; Cut and style- $15.00. Over 30 years experience. Call for an appointment, 603-893-0377.
A’s UNWANTED Scrap Metal, cars and trucks, lawn tractors, washers and dryers, hot water tanks, etc. Will pick up. Call Steve at 261-5452. 9/16-9/23/11
WASHING MACHINE/ dryer, computer, lawn mower- tractor, scrap metal, hot water tank, refrigerator, TV/VCR. Will pick up. Call Sammy, 603-235-2648. 9/23-10/28/11
SATURDAY, 9/24, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Rain or Shine, 11 Artemis Road, Salem, Toys, Bikes, Household, and much more! 9/23/11
YARD SALE: Sat, 9/24, 8am-1pm, 77 Shannon Road, Salem. Household items, Clothing, Tools, Workout Equipment. Rain or Shine.
YARD SALE: Sat, 9/24, 9am-3pm, 11 Belmont Street. Furniture, Pampered Chef, Southern Living & Sporting goods. 9/23/11
NH Releases First Results from New Alternate Learning Progressions Assessment
submitted by NH Department of Education In June of 2010, state educators and administrators were formally notified of the significant changes to the state’s alternate assessment. After a three-year process of revising the alternate assessment the NH Department of Education administered the new NH Alternate Learning Progressions (NH-ALPs) assessment during the 2010-2011 school year. Administered to 1,400 students in grades 2-8, 10 and 11, the NH-ALPs is New Hampshire’s statewide assessment under No Child Left Behind (NCLB) based on alternate academic achievement standards for students with the most significant cognitive challenges. On September 21, the NH Department of Education released the results of the new NH-ALPs to the public. The NH Alternate Learning Progressions are based on a carefully restructured and accessible set of incremental learning progressions that come directly from the NH Curriculum Framework academic standards for all children in reading, writing, mathematics, and science. This assessment permits students to enter the learning progressions at personalized entry points. Although the test does not require conventional grade-level performance from this student population, it is structured to provide meaningful information that will support effective instruction for these students. For example, this assessment would allow a student who cannot speak or write in a conventional sense, to use blocks to show they actually know how to solve a mathematical equation.
NH-ALPs preserves the original academic rigor of the standards while opening up many options and alternate ways for students to show what they know and can do when they are ready to do so. The results of the NH-ALPs can help teachers and parents track, year-to- year, how students grow from having the most basic skills to a more complex understanding of how to use words, numbers, and science concepts to communicate their ideas and questions, and to make sense of the world around them.
Commissioner Barry said, “For all students, learning is not a question of “if,” it is a question of how.” She went on to say, “The key is to find ways each student can make sense of academic ideas and find his or her own way of communicating reading, writing, mathematical and scientific concepts. This new alternative assessment does that.” The NH-ALPs is designed to use video evidence collection to document student performance on academic standards in reading, math, and science. The writing assessment relies on student work products to document authentic writing performance. The purpose of using the video for the reading, math and science content areas is to clearly and fairly show how each student in this assessment is able to make sense of academic content and to communicate his or her
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understanding. The use of video gives students the opportunity to demonstrate their academic abilities given their unique methods of communicating content. The new technique of visually recording students to show academic performance as it occurs provides a much more fair and realistic picture of what they really understand and frees these students from having to use the conventional paper and pencil format. The individual student report of the NH-ALPs will show where each student’s performance is located within the Alternate Learning Progressions for each tested content area as well as the level of proficiency this location represents, given the student’s grade at the time of testing. This location within the Learning Progression is called the “Challenge Level.” As children progress along the educational continuum, the Challenge Level becomes more complex and difficult. Growth tracking charts may be created by each student’s teacher to show where and how each student is progressing. As with all new
assessments, a baseline of test scores is
determined in the first year to compare against in future years. The NH-ALPs has set a new baseline this year for the NH alternate assessment process which cannot be compared to any previous year of the NH Alternate Assessment System. Comparisons in future years can and will be made against this first year of results for the NH-ALPs. The proficiency levels reported are expected to be noticeably lower than usual in this first year due, in part, to the new and unfamiliar format of the assessment, the development of new achievement level descriptors, and the increased rigor and academic coverage of the test. In spite of these factors, NH teachers established a very strong basis for moving forward to
improve instruction and their input helped further understanding about this diverse population of students. Gaye Fedorchak, State Alternate Assessment Director, said, “This year, our teachers rose to the challenge, showing extraordinary professionalism as they stepped up and dealt with the tremendous demands and change required of them. Yet, despite the demands we had to make, teachers reported that being able to step back and watch themselves with the student as he or she was actually trying to make sense of a book, or to solve a math problem helped them recognize needs for specific interventions they developed as a direct result of seeing the student’s interactive responses on video. We all have so much to learn about this population. We are just beginning to discover how much these kids can grow.”
More information about the NH-ALPs can be found at www.education.nh.gov/
DOUGLAS & JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, INC.
& Cremation Services
214 Main Street, Salem, NH (603)898-8848
Susan Douglas Hopkins Robert S. Carrier J.Tyler Douglas
James L. Johnson(1959 - 2008) PUBLIC NOTICES
Town of Salem Planning Division
PLANNING BOARD AGENDA FOR SEPTEMBER 27, 2011 MEETING 7:00 PM, Knightly Meeting Room, Salem, NH Town Hall
1. Hertz – car rental agency – So. Broadway 2. Act II Salon – expanded services – Main St.
NEW BUSINESS 1. Familia El Shaddai Church – change of use – Northwestern Dr. 2. Young Brothers – lot line adjustment – Pelham Rd. 3. Young Brothers – industrial building – Pelham Rd.
This agenda is tentative and subject to change. Please contact the Plan- ning Office at 890-2080 to check agenda items.
TOWN OF SALEM BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED WEEK OF 9-11-11
Jay C. and Karen M. Stone, 7 Dawson Avenue, 9/16/11, BL-Residential ADD/ALT, $12,065 Weight Watchers-Paul Garabedian Jr., 315 S. Broadway, 9/12/11, BL-Commercial, $0 Kohls-Rockingham 620 Inc., 92 Cluff Crossing Road, 9/13/11, BL-Commercial, $50,000 Treasure Island-Nam Y. and Kyung B. An, 368 N. Broadway, 9/16/11, BL-Commercial, $0 Sanford and Cuz LLC-Robert R. Ferrero, 224 N. Broadway, 9/16/11, BL-Commercial, $0 George B. and Joan E. Witkowski, 337 N. Main Street, 9/16/11, BL-Deck, $0 Edward Michael Young, William and James Young, 44 Pelham Road, 9/14/11, BL-Residential-Garage, $0 Reddy Homes Brentwood LLC, Dave Russell, 11 Whiteneck Way, 9/13/11, BL-Residential-New Dwelling, $130,000 Reddy Homes Brentwood LLC, Dave Russell, 10 Whiteneck Way, 9/13/11, BL-Residential-New Dwelling, $130,000
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