Welcome to the SAU 70 District Parent Portal, your main source for parent resources.
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Admission of Tuition and Non-Resident Students
Non-resident students may only attend district schools when their attendance has been Superintendent and/or School Board approved. Once approved as a non-resident student, the District will either charge tuition to the parent or enter into an agreement with the student's school district of residence. Please contact the appropriate school directly to inquire about tuition and non-resident student availability.
Private Tuition Rates 2020-21
Hanover High School
Richmond Middle School
Bernice A. Ray School
Community Use of Facilities
Often times parents inquire about using space for events at one of our schools. Please view the Community Use information for guidance.
Hanover, Dresden, and Norwich Student and Staff
Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA)
ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT PLAN ANNUAL NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY
This notice serves to fulfill annual notification requirements in accordance with Section 763.93 of the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Act (AHERA). AHERA requires that all school buildings be visually inspected by accredited inspectors to identify all asbestos-containing building materials (ACBM) that may be present in the school, and to maintain records of all activities related to inspections, removal and maintenance of ACBM. As required under AHERA, the Hanover, Dresden, and Norwich Districts must maintain an Asbestos Management Plan (AMP) and keep the AMP on file at each school (main offices), and the School Administrative Unit office (SAU). The AMP is available for review during school hours, Monday through Friday.
The AMP details the location of asbestos in each District owned building and provides a record of re-inspections, periodic surveillance, and removal of asbestos.
Please note: Richmond Middle School is asbestos free.
For additional information, please contact our Local Educational Agency Designee, Anthony Daigle, Director of Facilities at (603) 643-3810.
The following information is designated as “directory information.”
1. Student’s name, address, date of birth, dates of enrollment.
2. Parent or legal custodian’s name and address.
3. Student’s grade level classification.
4. Student’s participation in recognized school activities and sports.
5. Weight and height of member of athletic teams.
6. Student’s diplomas, certificates, awards, and honors received.
The school may release directory information without proper written consent unless the parent or eligible student informs the principal in writing that any or all of the information designated above should not be released without prior consent.
The following Board Policy will serve as the annual notice to parents.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students who are 18 years of age or older (“eligible students”) certain rights with respect to the student’s education records. These rights are:
1) The right to inspect and review the student’s education records.
a) Any parent or eligible student may request the principal of the building to make available to him or her, at a time specified by the principal, the child’s cumulative record folder.
b) The request for access to records shall be granted within a reasonable period of time, but in no case more than 45 days after the request has been made.
c) Cumulative record folders may be reviewed in a school building at a specified place in the presence of a school administrator or his/her designee.
d) No material may be removed from the file, nor may the file be removed from the office.
2) The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records to ensure that they are not inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy or other rights, and be provided with a process which includes a hearing and the right to attach differing perspectives to the record.
a) Parents or eligible students who believe that inappropriate material is included in the student’s record should submit a written statement of this fact to the principal.
b) The principal will review the statement and either remove the controversial material or give to a reasons why this is not being done, and inform the parents or eligible students of their right to a hearing. The hearing may be conducted by any individual, including a school official, who does not have a direct interest in the outcome of the hearing. The decision shall be in writing within a reasonable amount of time after the hearing and shall be based solely on the evidence presented at the hearing.
c) Parents or eligible students may place in the student’s file a statement concerning their belief that certain material is inappropriate.
3. The right to consent to disclosure of personally identifiable information (PII) contained in the students’ education records, except to the extent the Act authorizes disclosure without consent. These exceptions include, but are not limited to, allowing disclosure without consent to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official includes a person who needs to review a student’s educational record or information contained in that record and who is:
a)A person employed by the School Administrative Unit (SAU) #70 or one of its districts as an administrator, supervisor, educator or substitute educator, paraprofessional, or support staff member, including tutorial, health, law enforcement, transportation, nutrition, athletic, extra- or co-curricular, clerical or other support staff;
b)A member of the School Board acting on behalf of the Board and with the recommendation of the superintendent;
c)A person or company with whom the SAU #70 or the School district has contracted to perform a special task, including an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, therapist, evaluator; and
d)Any other person designated by the School Board superintendent or principal to have legitimate educational interests.
4. The right to file with the U.S. Department of Education a complaint concerning alleged failures by the school to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The contact information for such a complaint is:
Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202
5. The right to obtain a copy of the school’s policy and written procedures or protocols related to student records.
It is time to complete your child(ren)'s Annual Permission and Medical Forms. It is important that we have all of your correct contact, medical and permission information each year, so we ask that you confirm and update your child(ren)'s information annually.
You access these forms via the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Once logged into PowerSchool, you will complete the forms by clicking InfoSnap (this saves you from having to log in to more than once to access your child(ren)'s information and account(s).
We make registration easy here. All new parents must complete the
2020-21 Pre-registration Form. Once completed you will receive further information on the next steps.
Returning students : notifications via email when PS is available for updating.