JANUARY 3, 2012– 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.
The 1st Quarter 2011-2012 honor recipients are as follows:
Longview School in Deerfield, NH
Honors: Andrew Rocha- Kensington
The Summit School in Amherst, NH
Honors: Justin Benoit – Bedford
The RSEC Academy in Amherst, NH
High Honors (no grade lower than 90%):
Kyle McShea – Milford
Nathaniel Nardone – Hollis
Honors (no grade lower than 80%):
John Balch – Nashua
Taylor Benedict – Boscawen
Mackenzie Burke – Bow
Eugene Calnan – Peterborough
Alexander DeLuca – Windham
William Desrochers – Merrimack
Eric Dwane – E. Swanzy
Katherine Glosser – Merrimack
Blaine Stanclift – Keene
Daniel Thompson – Bedford
Founded in 1974, the mission of the Regional Services and Education Center, Inc. (RSEC) is to raise the capability of parents and schools to help all children and youth be successful. RSEC has proudly provided high quality educational programs and services to the children and families of New Hampshire for over 30 years.
Our dedicated employees have a passion for teaching and currently provide a wide variety of educational services to over 300 children and students from birth through age 21. Our educators and staff are committed to education, to our profession, and to children and students.
By creating exceptional educational environments, children and students increase achievement in nurturing and therapeutic settings specially designed for their individual needs. Early intervention, inclusionary early childhood education, and middle and high schools that serve students identified with special education needs are a few of the high quality programs provided through RSEC.