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Partnership between Sunrise Children’s Center and
Clark-Wilkins Schools Will Expand Local Preschool Options

April, 2011 - Beginning this August, families in the greater Amherst region will have an additional option for preschool for their three and four-year olds. Sunrise Children’s Center and the Amherst School District are partnering to provide an integrated preschool program at Clark Elementary School at 14 Foundry Road in Amherst. (Read more...)

The Academy Students Take a Lesson in Survival

January 11, 2011 – Two fifth and sixth grade students at The Academy reported out on a current class project where they are writing in a journal about being stranded and surviving in different wilderness locations across the country. Jack Steele and Paul Curtis provided the following report and photos. (Read more...)

Regional Services and Education Center
Announces 1st Quarter Honor Roll

Amherst, NH – Regional Services and Education Centers, Inc., (RSEC) a non-profit educational collaborative that provides comprehensive educational programs and services to southern New Hampshire, is pleased to announce the honors and high honors recipients for its three alternative high school programs, Longview School in Deerfield and The Summit School and The RSEC Academy in Amherst. (Read more...)

Longview School Announces Two New Hires

September 1, 2010 – Deerfield, NH – Longview School has added two individuals to its staff as the school prepares for the fall arrival of its students. Brian Miskinis of Epping, NH was hired as a technical education teacher and James Thorpe of Loudon, NH joined the school as an English teacher.. (Read more...)

The RSEC Academy Announces Four New Hires

August 24, 2010 – Amherst, NH – The RSEC Academy has added four individuals to its staff as the school prepares for the fall arrival of its students. The Academy provides a middle school and diploma-granting high school program and is approved by the NH Department of Education for special education and as a nonpublic school. The Academy is one of several programs in New Hampshire that comprise RSEC (Regional Services and Education Center). (Read more...)