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5. Concern: the lack of science lab benches which provide access to gas and water and sufficient work space. Status: No Action
6. Concern: the limited space available to teachers for planning and collaboration. Status: No Action
7. Concern: the loud ventilation system which disrupts the learning environment. Status: No Action
8. Concern: the limited number of computer labs which often have to be scheduled two weeks in advance, inhibiting spontaneity in instruction. Status: No Action
9. Concern: inadequate and insufficient instructional materials and supplies resulting, from level funded budgets and prompting teachers to purchase their own materials. Status: In Progress - with the passing of the FY-2012 budget
10. Concern: the limited technology training provided to classroom teachers which hinders the use of integration of technology in classroom learning. Status: In Progress - a technology integration specialist has been grant funded for the past two year and now part of the operating budget with the FY-2012 budget. This position provides the personnel to provide technology training.
11. Concern: activities the limited access of students and teachers to the media center given its space limitations. Status: No Action
12. Concern: the outdated aging condition of the facility. Status: In Progress - new exterior doors will be installed in the summer of 2011.
13. Concern: the insufficient number of classrooms which limits the number of course offerings. Status: No Action
14. the student privacy issues created in the health office, special education area, specialized learning rooms, and meeting spaces. Status: No Action
15. Concern: the availability of only one set of student restrooms for an enrollment of close to seven hundred (700) students. Status: No Action
16. Concern: the portable classrooms which have ventilation inadequacies and lack connections to the public address system and the school’s network and restrooms. Status: In progress - the portables are connected to the public address system and the school’s network as of August 2009.
17. Concern: the necessity of students passing outside to access the portable classrooms in all types of weather. Status: No Action
18. Concern: HVAC issues throughout the facility, particularly uneven heat throughout the facility. Status: No Action
19. Concern: the limited number of student parking spaces which places limits on juniors and seniors involved in internships, pathways, and for vocational courses. Status: No Action
20. Concern: the outdated, inadequate electrical system and the inadequate number of electrical outlets. Status: In progress - additional outlets will be added to two science labs - Summer 2011; outlets were added to Special Education office, Winter 2010; more outlets are still needed in most classrooms and the gym.
21. Concern: the limitations placed on computer technology by the two - telephone line system which can not be expanded. Status: In progress - A new telephone system was installed in August of 2010.
22. Concern: the inadequate space in the food services and cafeteria areas to provide a full school breakfast and lunch program for a sufficient number of students. Status: No Action
23. Concern: the lack of ADA compliance in the gymnasium, restrooms, showers, drinking fountains, and handrails which
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are at an improper height. Status: In progress - Gymnasium bleachers completed September 2010; Drinking fountains completed Spring 2011; Handrails competed August 2010. In summer 2011, slight modifications were made in the women’s locker room to ensure better access to the showers; however, showers still need additional upgrades for ADA compliance.
24. Concern: the unsafe conditions in the chemical storage area. Status: Completed - the science department has reorganized and increased storage for chemicals. (Date …)
25. Concern: the lack of adequate storage throughout the facility. Status: No Action
26. the lack of windows in many classrooms. Status: No Action classrooms that lack windows: 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 21, 24, 25, 29, 30, 33, 34; rooms with unusable windows: 1A, 1B, 3, 5, 31, 32
27. Concern: the number of classrooms that have windows that are too small for rescue purposes. Status: Completed - The path of primary egress and secondary escape has been improved, added, and expanded so the window size is no longer a safety concern.
28. Concern: the security and safety of building occupants caused by the open access to the facility from the portable classrooms. Status: In progress - Security cameras have been installed to monitor the entrances and exits of the portables and main building (date Summer 2009)
29. Concern: the overcrowding, conditions which occur when the entire student body is in the gymnasium. Status: No Action
30. Concern: the undersized cafeteria which requires the school to schedule four lunch periods. Status: No Action
31. Concern: the inadequate and undependable source of revenue provided by the community to support the school’s educational programs, personnel, services, facilities, instructional materials, supplies, and equipment, and technological support. Status: In progress - The FY-2012 School district budget passed and increased the revenue to support programs, personnel, services, facilities, instructional materials, supplies, equipment and technological support.
32. Concern: the teacher turnover rate due to fiscal constraints and the elimination of teacher raises. Status: In progress - The Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Pelham teachers was ratified with the March 2011 town vote.
33. Concern: the community’s lack of support in two recent votes to resolve facilities issues and staffing needs. Status: In progress - The Technology Integration Specialist position was approved through the FY-2012 budget. The Teach 2004 updated in spring 2011 states that additional teachers will be needed in the next few years to accommodate larger enrollment and additional class offerings. Some of these issues could be addressed by the outcome of the
2012 Town Meeting. For instance, the School Board has submitted warrant article for a new HVAC systems for PHS, and a sprinkler system.
Chair Rob Hardy says, “The Pelham School Board is determined to resolve our accreditation issue to the best of our ability. Our students deserve a diploma without anything holding them back.” He notes that the Board has addressed, or is presently addressing most of the issues that are not related to the building. However, facilities issues remain unresolved to this point. NEASC is waiting to see the outcome of the vote in March before determining whether to accept the most recent report submitted. For more information about NEASC, you can visit www.ne
org. All of the letters and reports can be found on the Pelham High School Website at http://phs.pelhamsd.org
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Town of Windham Legal Notice
Notice of Public Hearing Proposed Budget and Bond Issue
The School Board will hold a hearing at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at the Windham High School in Windham, New Hampshire to discuss the proposed 2012-2013 proposed operating budget and further to consider a bond issue to incur indebtedness for the construction of a grade 7 and 8 junior high school on London Bridge Road.
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Robert A. LaPlume Robert A. LaPlume, 72, of Windham passed
away December 23, 2011 after a period of failing health. He was born January 5, 1939 in Lawrence, MA to the late Joseph E. and Delvina (Bechard) LaPlume. He graduated from Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, MA, and Massachusetts
Trade Shop School in Boston, MA. Bob was a licensed Master Electrician in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and founded and operated LaPlume Electrical for over 44 years. He was a communicant of St. Matthew’s Church in Windham. Bob was a charter member of the Salem Contractor’s Association. He loved spending time at Lake Winnipesaukee with his
children and grandchildren and spending his winters in Florida. Bob is survived by his beloved wife of 53 years, Colette M. (Chasse) LaPlume of Windham. He is survived by his loving children, David and his wife Sheryl of Danville, Kathleen and her husband William Brady of Bedford, Nicole and her husband Timothy Scott of Manchester, and Jolene and her husband Robert Arrighi of Merrimack; and a brother, Gerard and his wife Maureen LaPlume of Salem. He also leaves 10 grandchildren, Christina and Brian LaPlume, Adam, Jonathan and Sarah Brady, Danielle and Matthew Scott, Erik and Brett Glendye, and Josie Arrighi, and one great-grandchild, Blake Brady. His son, Scott LaPlume; a sister, Theresa Chute; and a brother,
Richard LaPlume, predeceased him. A Funeral Mass was held on December 29 at St. Matthew
Church, Windham. In lieu of flowers, donations in Bob’s name can be made to Ridgewood Center Activity Fund, 25 Ridgewood Road, Bedford, NH 03110. The Douglas and Johnson Funeral Home in Salem had care of
the arrangements. To send a message of condolence to the family, please view the obituary at www.douglasandjohnson.com
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